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thumbnail Dementia experts reveal latest findings

Medical research experts will reveal the latest findings in their search to understand more about how dementia develops.

published on: 15th September 2015

thumbnail Brief bouts of exercise begin to reverse heart abnormalities in people with type 2 diabetes

A study from Newcastle University is the first to show that high intensity intermittent exercise training improves heart structure and benefits diabetes control in patients with type 2 diabetes.

published on: 10th September 2015

thumbnail What does the future hold for the baby boomers?

Professor Carol Jagger explains in The Conversation what the post-war baby boom generation can expect as they age.

published on: 8th September 2015

thumbnail Research aims to unlock the effects of a childhood condition on the brain

A scientist from Newcastle University is set to begin groundbreaking research to better understand a life-limiting muscle-wasting condition.

published on: 7th September 2015

UK-wide autism database improving research

A database of families of children with autism spectrum disorder held at Newcastle University is shown to be a valuable foundation to improving research into the condition. 

published on: 4th September 2015

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