Health and Medicine

NHS General Practice as it was in the 1980s

NHS General Practice as it was in the 1980s

Posted by ap507 at Apr 20, 2018 11:30 AM |

Professor Rodger Charlton from the Leicester Medical School discusses how General Practice has changed over the years to tie in with the 70th anniversary of the NHS

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Sleep – when is enough, enough?

Sleep – when is enough, enough?

Posted by ap507 at Mar 13, 2018 04:53 PM |

In preparation for World Sleep Day (16 March), Professor Jim Horne answers the important question: are we really getting enough sleep?

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Drilling holes in the skull was never a migraine cure – here’s why it was long thought to be

Drilling holes in the skull was never a migraine cure – here’s why it was long thought to be

Posted by ap507 at Mar 12, 2018 09:30 AM |

In an article for The Conversation, Dr Katherine Foxhall has discussed an interesting element of medical history

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CHIP - an important risk factor for heart attack you’ve probably never heard of

CHIP - an important risk factor for heart attack you’ve probably never heard of

Posted by ap507 at Feb 23, 2018 11:20 AM |

In an article for The Conversation, Dr Tom Webb and Professors Alison Goodall and Shu Ye discuss possible reasons why age is such as strong risk factor for heart disease

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What's behind the huge increase in breast cancer rates in China?

What's behind the huge increase in breast cancer rates in China?

Posted by pt91 at Oct 18, 2017 05:01 PM |

The breast cancer rate is rising in China, and Dr Jin-Li Luo from our Department of Cancer Studies has discussed what may be behind this

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Menopause is not a women’s issue, at work or anywhere else

Menopause is not a women’s issue, at work or anywhere else

Posted by ap507 at Sep 22, 2017 09:41 AM |

In an article for HRZone, Professor Jo Brewis, Dr Andrea Davies and Dr Jesse Matheson from the School of Business discuss the menopause transition on women’s economic participation

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