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New institutes open for medical research at Newcastle University

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With a growing population, the world now has an increase of medical issues to combat. This means that the need for easy-to-access research has also increased, hence why the...

Possible new treatment for early Alzheimer’s

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Gemisha Cheemungtoo reports on a potential new drug for patients suffering from the early stages of the disease process...

Denying death: How our brains process our inescapable end

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Editor of The Courier, Grace Dean, on how our brains seem reluctant to accept one's own end as opposed to accepting the demise of others...

Medicine is in the mind

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Scientists have recently discovered a way to effectively push drugs into your brain. Read on to find out more......

Time to remove the dog-ma on depression in our canine friends

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Experts have found that over 945,000 British dogs currently suffer from mental health problems. Studies find that 1 in 14 dogs in Newcastle are facing depression, anxiety, and...

University crowned ‘Centre of Excellence’ for dementia research

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Jake Dannatt reports on Newcastle University's award of a 'Centre for Excellence' grant for Alzheimer's research. ...

The cause of Alzheimer’s disease may have finally been identified

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Researchers believe that they have finally identified the elusive cause of Alzheimer's - and it's a bacterium. ...

‘Nature’ publishes research into effects of pregnancy on the body

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New findings published in the international science journal, Nature by a collective group of researchers from Newcastle University, Wellcome Sanger Institute, and University of...

No More Insulin Shots?

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Could the future hold an attractive alternative to insulin shots for type 2 diabetics?...

£1m research into life in the GDR

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Newcastle University is leading a new £988k research project which offers an unusual insight into life in East Germany. The project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research...