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Prescribing less sedentary time, rather than more exercise, could be more important for patients at high risk of type 2 diabetes, say researchers at the University of Leicester
University of Leicester researchers recognised at the Times Higher Education's 2012 awards
Leicester cardiovascular expert co-leads largest study in the disease to date
Inexpensive treatment cuts risk of bleeding to death by 30 per cent
Donation from John and Lucille van Geest Foundation will provide vital funds for heart research
Third edition of ‘Calcium signaling protocols’ published
Researchers urge people to take breaks from long periods of sitting to reduce health risks.
Head of our Department of Cardiovascular Sciences wins the International Okamoto Award by the Japan Vascular Disease Research Foundation.
Leicester heart researchers find changes to lifestyle can reduce risk of cardiovascular disease
Fundraising for cardiovascular science.
University of Leicester scientists in two separate research groups have secured funding for state-of-the-art equipment that will particularly benefit work on child health.
University of Leicester researchers used an innovative nerve-stimulating implant to treat the condition for the first time today.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Leicester- Loughborough Diet and Lifestyle Activity Biomedical Research Unit (BRU) officially launched recently.
Blood sugar levels in different ethnic groups compared by University of Leicester researcher
Centre of Excellence in genome editing technology adds to cardiovascular research tools
Research from University of Leicester will help management of diabetes risks
One-time advice not enough for those diagnosed, according to Leicester researchers.
David Wilson Foundation makes £500,000 donation to equip state-of-the-art Cardiovascular Research Centre.
Leading medical journal invites Professor Ronney Panerai to interview on heart and brain function before and after spaceflight
Department of Cardiovascular Sciences repeats last year’s success.