New collaborative research between Newcastle and Swansea University indicates that mothers who choose to follow strict parenting routines for sleep and feeding in early infancy are less likely to breastfeed their baby or to stop in the first few weeks.
published on: 14th February 2014
Despite conjuring up images of vastness and opulence, Titanic was actually no bigger than a North Sea ferry and could easily sit on the deck of a large container ship.
published on: 11th February 2014
Dr Neil Thorpe, Lecturer in Transport Studies in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, discusses the difficulty of trying to ban smoking in cars.
published on: 10th February 2014
For people with schizophrenia who can't or won't take antipsychotic drug treatment, cognitive therapy could be a viable therapeutic alternative, according to a groundbreaking randomised trial published in the Lancet.
published on: 6th February 2014
India’s first ‘School in the Cloud’ facility is off to an auspicious start: it’s located just across the road from the original Hole in the Wall that sparked a global phenomenon.
published on: 4th February 2014