An artificial pancreas developed by Cambridge researchers is helping protect very young children with type 1 diabetes at a vulnerable time of their lives. New research shows that it is both safe to use and more effective at managing their blood sugar levels than current technology.
Support for populist parties and leaders – and agreement with populist ideas – has fallen around the world amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new Cambridge report.
Young people behaving responsibly in the 1960s helped to defeat fierce opposition to the UK’s first sexual health clinics, the Brook Advisory Centres, a new study argues.
What role do our genes play in influencing our body weight and what we like to eat? Why do some people gain weight more easily than others, and is it all down to genes or are there other factors at play? In this episode, we talked with a clinician and scientist Sadaf Farooqi, health psychologist Theresa Marteau, and geographer Thomas Burgoine about the multitude of factors that go into influencing our eating behaviours.