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233. I’ve a lumbar-back and I’m OK…

“Now, I have to tell you about the possible complications,” says the Good Doctor.  “These are incredibly rare: I’ve done many, many lumbar punctures and no-one has ever had a problem but, legally, I still need to tell you.” 471 more words

Parkinson's Disease

New work-zone warning app featured on KARE 11

A new app that sends warning messages to drivers as they approach work zones was featured on KARE 11 News on Thursday. The app was developed by U of M researchers in a project sponsored by MnDOT. 137 more words

Traffic And Safety

Forthcoming books!

I’m delighted to announce that I have recently signed not one, but two book contracts. Both books are scheduled for publication in 2018.

My first monograph, provisionally entitled… 224 more words

Research

Journeying through Dementia Project......

Yesterday saw me at Bradford University for a meeting of the Steering group for this piece of research. We usually meet in Sheffield but today we were at my favourite uni of Bradford. 831 more words

Research

Pop Up Type Tasting Typography Lab

Pop Up Type Tasting Typography Lab
Stoke Newington Literary Festival
2nd & 3rd June, 11am to 8pm, free.
Venue – Locations around the Town Hall… 55 more words

Type Tasting

Alcohol and breast cancer – How big is the risk? ~ Report from the World Cancer Research Fund

Half a glass of wine a day increases breast cancer‘ was just one of the headlines this week, which discussed a report that reinforced the evidence that alcohol can increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer. 753 more words

Alcohol

"Government misled public and parliament over shale gas carbon emissions" – new research

The government misled parliament and the public over the climate change impacts of shale gas, according to new research. It suggests that ministers may even have breached their code of conduct by giving MPs inaccurate information. 1,029 more words

Gas