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  • COVID-19: Much More than Just A Respiratory Virus

    COVID-19: Much More than Just A Respiratory Virus

    5 June, 2020

    COVID-19: We have learned in a few short months what we normally learn in 100 years for other diseases

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  • Snake Venom has led to Significant Breakthroughs in Medicine!

    Snake Venom has led to Significant Breakthroughs in Medicine!

    22 May, 2020

    Snake venom offers a bewildering number of possible ‘lead molecules’ due to the plethora of biochemical and pharmacological activities.

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  • Vitamin D Status & COVID-19

    Vitamin D Status & COVID-19

    17 May, 2020

    Vitamin D influences several immune pathways, with the net effect of boosting mucosal defences in our lung tissue while simultaneously dampening excessive inflammatory responses.

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  • Hip Replacements: A Brief History

    Hip Replacements: A Brief History

    9 May, 2020

    Hip replacements are one of the most successful and cost-effective interventions in orthopaedic medicine.

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  • Vitamin C Supplements: How Beneficial Are They?

    Vitamin C Supplements: How Beneficial Are They?

    9 May, 2020

    Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and a popular supplement. How valid are the claims behind it?

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  • Shoulder Joint Evolution and How it was Influenced by Throwing

    Shoulder Joint Evolution and How it was Influenced by Throwing

    10 April, 2020

    Our ability to throw accurately and at speed is something that is unique to us and this ability helped influence our shoulder evolution.

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  • Sleep: Why is it Necessary?

    Sleep: Why is it Necessary?

    4 April, 2020

    Sleep is important as it enables us to integrate new information, associate and connect with past experiences, enabling insight and problem solving.

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  • COVID-19: Have We Found Our Patient Zero?

    COVID-19: Have We Found Our Patient Zero?

    29 March, 2020

    Who is our COVID-19 Patient Zero? If one person infects three other people, and these three infect another three, after ten layers of transmission one person can infect 59,000 people.

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