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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.


Community Agent Liz Toon, pictured right, with one of her clients University report highlights success of innovative scheme helping the elderly
21 September 2015
The success of an innovative project set up to improve the quality of life for elderly and vulnerable people in Redcar and Cleveland has been highlighted in a detailed evaluation by Teesside University.


Dr Emma Giles (front), with Professor Newbury-Birch. Early intervention to change teenagers’ risky drinking behaviour
01 September 2015
Researchers are spearheading a unique project to change the behaviour of teenagers and prevent them getting into dangerous situations as a result of alcohol.


Exergaming improves balance of people with Multiple Sclerosis
06 May 2015
Exergaming could be a viable alternative to help people with Multiple Sclerosis live happier and more active lives, researchers at Teesside University have found.


UK’s first nationwide clinical trial on shoulder fractures reveals no significant difference between surgery and non-surgery
10 March 2015
A five year study to determine the best treatment for a broken shoulder – surgery versus no surgery - could lead to significant financial savings.


Eminent academic to visit Teesside
10 February 2015
Will Hopkins, Professor of Research Design and Statistics at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia, is looking forward to visiting the University's Health and Social Care Institute.


Dr david Blakelock. New research highlights significant psychological impact of football release
16 January 2015
A significant number of adolescent footballers who are released by their clubs go on to experience clinical levels of psychological distress, new research at Teesside University has found.


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