13th Sep 2023
Beyond the labels in healthcare. I'm more than my condition.
This instalment of our Healthcare Now series examines the label of ‘patient’ and we are so much more than this.
2nd Aug 2023
Changing mentality when reality bites
This instalment of our Healthcare Now series examines the impact that cultural, social and health factors are having on our health, from both a physical and mental health perspective, and how this challenges our ability to take a more proactive approach to healthcare.
4th Jul 2023
Humble Health Ambitions
Here at Solaris Health, we’re fascinated by attitudes to health that shape behaviours, particularly in the area of rare conditions and unmet medical needs.
31st May 2023
Government provides update on action plan for rare diseases
The UK Government recently outlined their priorities for rare disease in 2023. An estimated 3.5 million people were living with a rare disease in 2021, with 1 in 17 people being affected by a rare disease at some point in their lifetime.
24th May 2023
Insights into the management of homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia, a rare genetic disorder
We all need some cholesterol in our blood to stay healthy, but when it gets too high it can lead to serious health problems such as heart attacks and strokes.
29th Mar 2023
There’s no ‘&’ in Health & Wellbeing
Health & wellbeing, a well-used phrase but what does it really mean? Here at Solaris Health, we’re fascinated by attitudes to health that shape behaviours, particularly in the area of rare conditions and unmet medical needs.
10th Feb 2023
Are you a Senior Account Manager or Account Director looking for an opportunity to develop your skills?
We are a strategically-focused medical communications agency operating in areas of unmet medical need.
18th Jan 2023
Psilocybin Therapy Promises To Bring New Era To Psychiatry
Trials find psychedelic compound found in mushrooms has potential to alleviate depression, anxiety & addiction when combined with therapy
28th Oct 2022
Steroid sulphatase: A promising target for treating breast cancer?
New endocrine therapy offers considerable potential for the treatment of hormone-dependent breast cancer
14th Oct 2022
Restart a Heart Day
Eighty percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen at home. By learning CPR, you could save the life of a loved one. The early moments of cardiac arrest are critical and performing CPR can almost double a person’s chances of survival.
11th Oct 2022
Parkinson’s Disease: An Update
Currently, there is no cure for Parkinson's Disease, however experimental gene therapy studies show promise in treating PD.
22nd Aug 2022
Insights into Autoimmune Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis
APAP, also known as autoimmune pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, is a rare form of autoimmune disease that affects the lungs. Symptoms include breathing issues and shortness of breath although some people may not show any symptoms.
20th Jul 2022
Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July® is a global movement that encourages millions of people to reduce their plastic use for the entire month, and helps them be part of the solution to plastic pollution so we can all have a cleaner future.
15th Jul 2022
Eplontersen achieves positive interim results in rare disease trial
Eplontersen emerges as an ATTRactive candidate for hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis with polyneuropathy following Phase III clinical trial.
7th Jul 2022
Breakthrough In Rectal Cancer Treatment
Dostarlimab studies show surprising results in patients with locally advanced rectal cancer
20th May 2022
Mental Health Awareness Week
Research shows 1 in 4 adults feel lonely some or all of the time. At Solaris Health, we think the conversation around Mental Health should keep going all year long.
25th Jan 2022
Love Your Liver Month
January is Love Your Liver month - a national awareness campaign devoted to liver health awareness. You can keep your liver healthy and show it some love by changing your diet and cutting out alcohol.