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Online tools shown to work to help cut drinking in former soldiers

UK Armed Forces personnel moving back into civilian life and having difficulties with alcohol could be helped by the use of online tools, a new study has revealed.

18 Jul 2017 Research

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Researchers highlight how intervention can impact on childhood obesity

Teesside University has been involved in research which highlights the vital role of diet and physical activity play in treating obesity in children and adolescents.

22 Jun 2017 Research

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Brexit voters describe themselves as middle class, educated but dissatisfied with life

A year since the vote to leave the European Union, new research at Teesside University has found that Brexit voters are more likely to describe themselves as middle class, educated and fed up, rather than angry and working class.

20 Jun 2017 Research