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The effects of environmental food cues on our dietary choices: Wellcome Trust award for Dr Rachel Pechey at BHRU

February 17, 2015

Environmental cues can prompt diet-related behaviours, however, responses to these cues may be moderated by motivation towards different foods and…

Exploring early intervention in Alzheimer’s dementia

January 22, 2015

Attempts to bring new drugs for Alzheimer’s disease to the market have been disappointing despite a high level of investment.…

PCU stroke research to address key issues for survivors

January 20, 2015

Every year there are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK. As stroke survival improves and incidence falls, the longer term…

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