Friday, July 21

Technology

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Does Volvo move mark end of the beginning for EVs

Does Volvo move mark end of the beginning for EVs

Auto, Technology
Volvo’s announcement that it will stop making purely internal combustion engine vehicles within the next few years is important, but signals a shift for the sector and not a revolution The automotive sector seems to have reached, if not a tipping point, then certainly an important inflection with the news that Volvo is going to cease making cars powered solely by internal combustion engines by 2019. After this date, says the Chinese-owned manufacturer, all of its models will be plug-in hybrids, purely electric vehicles or mild hybrids (incapable of purely electric operation but using an electric motor to allow the petrol engine to be turned off when the car is coasting, braking or stopped). But to paraphrase Winston Churchill, this is not the end for the internal combustion engine, nor
GPs lack confidence referring people with MS

GPs lack confidence referring people with MS

LifeStyle, Technology
  This is appaling news BUT it does tie in with our experience with Matt’s MS. His consultant is booking people in for visits this time NEXT YEAR. The drugs involved in MS treatment are MASSIVELY expensive and monthly and in Matt's case they do NOT work. This is why we have started Matt on a course of Extreme High Polyphenol level Organic EVOO. The Neurological Alliance has published a report (link is external) into the views of GPs on the initial assessment and referral of people presenting with neurological symptoms. It follows their 2014 survey (link is external) which highlighted major delays in the time taken to diagnose neurological conditions. The majority of people with neurological conditions wait over 12 months between first presenting in primary care and