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Activity for the homeless

17 April 2019

A group of Cardiff University physiotherapy students are encouraging healthy activity for those who are homeless and vulnerably housed in and around Cardiff.

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Medical students display their creative talents at the National Museum in Cardiff

15 April 2019

The C21 Student Artwork Competition is an annual opportunity for medical students to embrace their artistic talents and creativity.

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Significant lifestyle shifts required to avoid worst impacts of climate change

12 April 2019

A five-year study has revealed that in order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, people must adopt a meaningful low-carbon lifestyle change.

Child holding bee

‘Pharmabees’ to make honey cosmetics

12 April 2019

Cardiff teams up with Celtic Wellbeing

Newborn baby in crib

Healthy diet in pregnancy significantly reduces risk of having a small baby

11 April 2019

Encouraging healthier eating habits in pregnancy could improve future outcomes for infants and their mothers

T-cells

New target for development of drugs to fight viruses

5 April 2019

T-cell molecule could be the key to more effective virus and cancer treatments

Abdominal aortic aneurysm

Researchers uncover new cause of abdominal aortic aneurysm

4 April 2019

Lipids research could lead to preventative treatments for potentially fatal condition

Third year medical student Hannah Cowan at Tredegarville Church in Wales Primary School.

Curriculum brought to life by medical student

1 April 2019

Third year medical student Hannah Cowan worked in partnership with Yvonne Proctor, Year 6 teacher to identify ‘alcohol awareness’ as an area which would benefit from the development of an innovative educational resource within the health and well-being theme of the current curriculum.

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Commitment to world-leading leukaemia research in Wales

28 March 2019

Cardiff University has thanked the Leukaemia Research Appeal for Wales for 37 years of outstanding support, and for contributing more than £2.3 million to leukaemia research at the University over that time.

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Cultivation of new mint crops could boost rural economies in Uganda

26 March 2019

Collaborative agricultural project supports rural Ugandan communities