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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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  • A COVID-19 Vaccine: The Race is On!

    A COVID-19 Vaccine: The Race is On!

    20 March, 2020

    A COVID-19 vaccine: The race to produce a vaccine for COVID-19 in the next 12-18 months is underway.

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  • Antibiotics: Halicin is a New Class of Antibiotics discovered by Artificial Intelligence

    Antibiotics: Halicin is a New Class of Antibiotics discovered by Artificial Intelligence

    13 March, 2020

    Antibiotics: Halicin is the first new class of antibiotics to be discovered for decades.

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  • Coronavirus COVID-19: Self-Hygiene

    Coronavirus COVID-19: Self-Hygiene

    6 March, 2020

    Coronavirus COVID-19 infection: how it compares with flu and the role of self-hygiene.

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  • Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis and our Occupations

    Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis and our Occupations

    28 February, 2020

    Knee and hip Osteoarthritis is so common that they are the most replaced joints in our bodies. Can our occupation influence this process?

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