Dr. Joseph Nightingale, MBBS, MSc, Author at Sensitivity Check
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Dr. Joseph Nightingale, MBBS, MSc

Health and Science Copywriter and Qualified Doctor

Dr. Joseph Nightingale, MBBS, MSc, is a qualified medical doctor, With a passion for clear communication. Dr. Nightingale's expertise spans various industries, and he is also the editor of Big Picture, an online periodical addressing environmental and climatological issues.

Credentials

  • Master of Science

  • Bachelor of Medicine

  • Bachelor of Surgery

Education

  • University of York

Experience

Dr. Joseph Nightingale, MBBS, MSc, is a qualified medical doctor and the founder and CEO of Impeccable Writing, a copywriting agency. Driven by a desire to bridge the communication gap created by technical jargon, Dr. Nightingale has dedicated his career to helping organisations find their unique voice and convey complex concepts in clear, comprehensible content.

Dr. Nightingale's extensive expertise in writing is rooted in his diverse knowledge across various industries. Holding a master's degree in Biodiversity, Ecology, and Ecosystems from the University of York, his exceptional research on the climatological impact of land-use change and greenhouse gases earned him the prestigious Deborah Smith Prize, recognising his significant contribution to global impact beyond the UK.

Apart from his role at Impeccable Writing, Dr. Nightingale is the editor and primary contributor to Big Picture, an online periodical that addresses pressing environmental and climatological questions. As one of the Top Science Writers on Medium.com, his articulate and insightful writings have garnered a dedicated readership.

Contributions

  • Symptoms of Food Intolerance You Should Be Aware Of

    Symptoms of Food Intolerance You Should Be Aware Of

    How do you know you have a food intolerance? It’s the symptoms, of course. However, unlike severe allergic reactions, where the symptoms occur rapidly and unmistakably, the symptoms of food intolerances are often more subtle. They gradually worsen for hours or days after consuming the trigger foods. The problem? People can live with symptoms for […]

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  • Understanding and Managing a Tomato Allergy

    Understanding and Managing a Tomato Allergy

    Do you get a skin rash or stomachache after eating a tomato? You could have a tomato allergy. According to a 2018 study, true tomato allergies occur in around 1.5% of people from Northern Europe. However, tomato allergies also occur due to oral allergy syndrome (OAS), a lipid transfer protein (LTP) allergy, or a nightshade […]

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  • Step By Step Guide How to Identify Food Sensitivities

    Step-By-Step Guide: How to Identify Food Sensitivities

    Unlike some food allergies, food sensitivities don’t always trigger an immediate reaction. There are no hives, swelling, or shortness of breath. Often, the symptoms are subtle, covering everything from bloating to fatigue. Only once the food sensitivity is identified and the food removed from your diet do you realise how debilitating it was. That poses […]

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  • Improve Meal Planning With a Sensitivity Test

    Improve Meal Planning With a Sensitivity Test

    Did you know food sensitivities are on the rise? According to the most recent estimates, up to 20% of the world’s population deals with a food intolerance1. The problem: not everyone knows what they’re intolerant to. Meal planning or trying an elimination diet is hard enough without going through the hundreds of ingredients we consume […]

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  • Our New and Upgraded Ultimate Test

    Our New and Upgraded Ultimate Test

    Our upgraded Ultimate Test is one of the market’s most comprehensive, easy-to-use home-to-lab sample tests. Capable of testing for hundreds of major sensitivities and allergies, it can identify triggers behind persistent symptoms and help in following an elimination diet. Now, our Ultimate Test just got even better. Alongside the hundreds of other sensitivities, we’re now […]

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