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Virtual Dementia Tour Experience for Swansea Nursing Students

Nursing students at Swansea University's College of Human and Health Sciences have been given a virtual insight into the life of a person experiencing dementia. With the help of the Virtual Dementia Tour (VDT) bus, students and staff from the ... Swansea University, 1 month ago
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New animation highlights health risks of internet addiction

A new animated film from scientists at Swansea University aims to highlight research findings which reveal that excessive internet usage could damage immune function. The new film is based on research from the academics from the College of Human ...
 Swansea University2 months ago
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Too much internet could damage immune system

Spending too much time on the internet could damage your immune system, a study has found. Swansea University's College of Human and Health Science found that people who have greater levels of internet addiction catch more colds and flu bugs than ...
 Times of Malta1 month ago Too much internet could damage your immune system  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Internet 'could damage immune system'  GWN7 - Yahoo71 month ago Hours online have devastating outcome on defence system  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago
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Mussel flexing: Bivalve save drought-stricken marshes, research finds

Home » Health » / no comments As coastal ecosystems feel the heat of climate change worldwide, new research shows the humble mussel and marsh grass form an intimate interaction known as mutualism that benefits both partner species and may ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago World's largest commercial glycan array launched  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Research shows alcohol abuse drug inhibits ocular conjunctival scarring in mouse model  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago Cancer drug restores brain dopamine, reduces toxic proteins in Parkinson, dementia  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

UF/IFAS assistant professor offers tips to help students live healthfully on college campus

Home » Health » / no comments When you get to college, and youre trying to eat well, there are so many temptations and challenges — fast foods and late-night pizza, navigating the dining halls, limited transportation to grocery stores.
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Smartwatch interface could improve communication, help prevent falls at nursing homes  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago New smartwatch app may improve communication and notification systems for nursing homes  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago

Like humans, fish coregulate their stress levels in challenging situations

New research led by Dr Ines Fürtbauer from Swansea University's Department of Biosciences, published today (Tuesday, July 26) in the journal Scientific Reports, has revealed that fish coregulate their stress levels when experiencing a challenging ...
 Swansea University1 month ago

University of Swansea expert reveals what your complexion says about you

Home » Health » / no comments Looking at someone's face can give you a clear insight as to their emotions but it could also tell you the state of their health. It's well-known that people are more attracted to healthy faces, but facial ...
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Advancing self-driving car design, other shared human- and machine-controlled systems

Home » Health » / no comments IMAGE: Zilberstein and colleagues work described at an artificial intelligence conference July 12 will allow researchers to validate a new approach with human drivers controlling a self-driving car while ...
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Breakthrough in scaling up life-changing stem cell production

Home » Health » / no comments Scientists have discovered a new method of creating human stem cells which could solve the big problem of the large-scale production needed to fully realise the potential of these remarkable cells for ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

Swansea University study finds dehydration affects mood

14 August 2016 From the section South West Wales Image copyright Thinkstock Becoming slightly dehydrated can have an effect on mood, memory and attention, according to Swansea University research. An article published in the American Journal of ...
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