Health and Medicine

There may never be a universal ‘cure’ for cancer, but tailored cures could be the way forward

There may never be a universal ‘cure’ for cancer, but tailored cures could be the way forward

Posted by ap507 at Apr 12, 2016 11:20 AM |

PhD student Mohan Harihar discusses why cancer is unique due to its multifaceted nature

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Could some types of sugar actually be good for you?

Could some types of sugar actually be good for you?

Posted by ap507 at Mar 07, 2016 03:10 PM |

Dr Clett Erridge discusses the naturally-occurring kind of sugar trehalose

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Pornography and the Middle-Aged Straight Man

Pornography and the Middle-Aged Straight Man

Posted by ap507 at Jan 18, 2016 02:50 PM |

Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans has written an article about attitudes towards pornography

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How premature children can struggle with maths - and how research can help

How premature children can struggle with maths - and how research can help

Posted by ap507 at Oct 14, 2015 09:55 AM |

Action Medical Research catches up with Dr Samantha Johnson who specialises in helping children who were born prematurely. Dr Johnson is currently developing a programme to help children with maths skills that are vital for their future life chances

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Sorry Amnesty, decriminalising sex work will not protect human rights

Sorry Amnesty, decriminalising sex work will not protect human rights

Posted by ap507 at Aug 13, 2015 04:55 PM |

Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans discusses issues surrounding the decriminalisation of prostitution

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Should Pornography Performers Be Forced To Use Condoms?

Should Pornography Performers Be Forced To Use Condoms?

Posted by ap507 at Aug 11, 2015 10:30 AM |

Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans discusses issues surrounding the absence of condoms in pornography

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