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Artificial intelligence to improve breast cancer screening
15 March 2018
Cutting-edge digital technology is being trialled in a project which could revolutionise breast cancer scanning and analysis – potentially saving thousands of lives and speeding up the process for patients.

Sugar tax trial shows a thirst for healthier options
13 March 2018
A study by Teesside University suggests that people are more likely to choose healthy options over sugary drinks if they are made more affordable.

National study aims to get to the bottom of hotly contested issue
24 January 2018
Research at Teesside University is gauging public opinion to find out what people really think about a controversial public health measure.

Professor Simon Hodgson and Julie Gillon, with Linda Nelson, Accountable Officer at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust Alan Foster, Dr Paul Williams and Professor Samir Gupta. New partnership to boost healthcare education and research
28 November 2017
Teesside University and North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust have signed an agreement to form a powerful strategic partnership which will enhance innovation in healthcare and education in the Tees Valley.

UK Balance team International study aims to reduce the risk of falls in individuals with COPD
28 September 2017
Researchers in Teesside University’s School of Health & Social Care are collaborating with researchers from West Park Health Care Center in Toronto Canada to carry out a study to see if they can help reduce the number of falls for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) who are attending pulmonary rehabilitation (PR).

Teesside strengthens its public health research
10 April 2017
Teesside University is to benefit from a £20.5m collaboration set up to tackle the big health challenges of the future.

Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch with Dr Emma Giles. Study highlights issues alcohol causes for ambulance staff
06 March 2017
Research has found that almost half of North East paramedics have been subjected to alcohol-related physical assaults while on duty.

Calls for more research to determine best treatment for childhood obesity
20 December 2016
Researchers at Teesside University have been examining drug interventions for the treatment of childhood obesity and found that, although drugs have been found to aid weight reduction in older children, more work is needed to determine their efficiency and safety.

Professor Newbury-Birch. Research highlights issue of alcohol in the criminal justice system
29 June 2016
Three quarters of people in the criminal justice system in the UK have a problem with alcohol, new research at Teesside University has found.

Teesside's role in training future researchers
25 September 2015
Teesside University is involved in a major initiative to launch a new kind of doctoral programme which will help to shape future research into health.

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