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Tuesday 22nd January 2019

New research to investigate a common Caesarean birth complication

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Obstetricians, midwives and women who've had babies by Caesarean section are taking part in a new study to find out which technique is best used by the surgeon if the baby's head is found to be stuck in the pelvis at the time of Caesarean delivery.
Thursday 17th January 2019
Thursday 10th January 2019

HRT tablets increase risk of blood clots in women

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Women who use certain types of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) are at a higher risk of developing potentially life-threatening blood clots, new research has confirmed.
Wednesday 9th January 2019
Tuesday 8th January 2019

National debate on effects of screen-time on young people

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Professor Kevin Browne (Professor of Forensic Psychology & Child Health, Director of Centre for Forensic and Fa?mily Psychology – School of Medicine Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology) has spoken extensively with the BBC across the country expressing his concern with the latest Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health Report and press release which claims there is little evidence that time spent in front of screens effects mental health of young people.

Shaping the future of vaping research

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Smokers, vapers and non-smokers are being invited to help shape the future of medical research into the safety of e-cigarettes by taking part in a new online survey run by the University of Nottingham's UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.
Monday 7th January 2019

Language Centre Module Enrolment: Spring semester 2019

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Students can diversify their degree course by choosing a language module for credits. At the Language Centre we focus on providing language modules with the emphasis on communication. The modules are supported by the virtual learning environment Moodle, digital classrooms and a Self Access Centre for independent learning.We offer 10 credit modules in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Slovene and Spanish. The levels range from Stage 1a (complete beginners) to Stage 6 (near native speaker competence). It is possible to improve existing skills or start a new language.
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