The Sheikh Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children by Stanton Williams tries to overcome medical clichés and bring researchers, doctors and patients closer together

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Our always-on, constantly connected culture threatens to overwhelm and overstimulate our senses - but good design can help

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The Architects' Mental Wellbeing Forum launches a practical new kit for the architecture industry

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The workplace plays an enormous role in our lives; it ought to support us emotionally, says Linzi Cassels

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There is now plenty to suggest that prisons have an impact on inmates' mental health. So how do we future proof new prisons and improve existing ones?

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Thursday, 07 February 2019 12:34

The major flaw in the EpiPen's design

The design of the auto-injector is ingenious but exposes the ruthlessness of big pharma

Published in Crimes Against Design
The fuzzy language of wellness and the lust for ever longer lives has hindered a history of promoting public health through architecture
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Owen Williams’s modernist Peckham health centre closed in 1950, but its emphasis on self-reliance and wholesome pursuits still appeals to a diverse audience of politicians, anarchists and healers, says Debika Ray

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Wednesday, 04 March 2015 14:26

Portable Eye Examination Kit (Peek)

Until now, doctors have been losing the battle against preventable blindness in the world's most remote regions. By putting diagnosis in the hands of the community, the Peek smartphone system is set to be a major breakthrough

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