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thumbnail Almost a fifth of us still not eating ANY whole grains

Experts at Newcastle University are calling for the introduction of guidelines around the amount of whole grains we should be eating after it was revealed almost one in five of us are not eating any at all.


published on: 21st April 2015

thumbnail St George’s Day concert will raise funds for research centre

A special concert is being held in the region to help raise vital funds for an important Newcastle University service.


published on: 20th April 2015

thumbnail Experts involved in £3.3m collaboration to progress new drug

Newcastle University is part of a pioneering multi-million pound collaboration focused on the development of a treatment to help patients with schizophrenia.


published on: 16th April 2015

thumbnail ‘When good cells turn bad’ - immune cells can promote liver cancer

A team of Newcastle University scientists have found that specialised immune cells in our bodies that normally act to protect us from infections can have a dark side in the development of liver cancer.


published on: 16th April 2015

thumbnail Newcastle University and mental health charity launch new film

Newcastle University, in partnership with a local charity, has launched a new educational film about shared decision making (SDM) in mental health care.


published on: 10th April 2015

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