In the Media - Archive

How a mild head injury can cause memory loss

17 July 2014  Scientific American
A group of researchers at Newcastle, Aberdeen and Edinburgh Universities have found that the contusions of minor head injuries may leave a lasting trace in the brain.

published on: 17th July 2014

Breakthrough hope in rare kidney condition

17 July 2014  The Journal
Experts at Newcastle University have found it is possible to develop a therapy to help those suffering with the incurable condition, Joubert Syndrome, an inherited disorder affecting the brain, kidneys and eyes.

published on: 17th July 2014

Are you in denial about diabetes?

17 July 2014  Daily Mirror
New figures reveal 60% of people at risk of diabetes don't believe they have anything to worry about.  Includes reference to the Newcastle University study which showed that a very low calorie diet could reverse Type 2 diabetes.

published on: 17th July 2014

Pay attention to Scotland’s voting age debate – it could be heading south

16 July 2014   The Conversation
Dr Alistair Clark considers the benefits and pitfalls of reducing the voting age to 16.

published on: 16th July 2014

Future looking bright for cancer centre fund

16 July 2014  The Journal
Dr Katie Harland comments on the support being shown for a state-of-the-art children's cancer research centre at Newcastle University.

published on: 16th July 2014

Rotten teeth main reason for children's hospital stays

16 July 2014  The Journal
Professor Jimmy Steele comments on a report which finds that many dentists prefer to remove baby teeth rather than leave a child with multiple fillings which may be ineffective.

published on: 16th July 2014

First-class farming degrees for twins

16 July 2014  The Journal
Rebecca and Alexandra Hesketh have each graduated from Newcastle University with first-class BSc degrees in Agriculture.

published on: 16th July 2014

Organic foods are more nutritious, according to review of 343 studies

15 July 2014  LA Times
Further coverage of the study by Newcastle University which found significant differences between organic and non-organic food.

published on: 15th July 2014

Trying to define one of our most elusive writers

15 July 2014  The Journal
An exhibition about Virginia Woolf has been curated for the National Portrait Gallery by Professor Frances Spalding CBE from Newcastle University's School of Arts and Cultures.

published on: 15th July 2014

Scandal of children's rotten teeth

13 July 2014  Sunday Times,
Tooth decay has become the biggest reason why primary school children are admitted to hospital.  Professor Jimmy Steele comments.

published on: 14th July 2014

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