'Painkiller advice for pregnant women should always be followed' as use linked to newborn problems
Researchers have called for medical advice about the use of painkillers during pregnancy to be reassessed after a new study found pregnant women who use over-the-counter analgesics are around one and a half times more likely to have a baby with health issues.
Cabinet Secretary visits Rowett to hear about food research
Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Islands Mairi Gougeon MSP visited the Rowett Institute to hear about innovative research in food science.
Diabetes almost doubles risk of death from Covid
People with diabetes were almost twice as likely to die with Covid and almost three times as likely to be critically or severely ill compared to those without diabetes.
Rowett scientists to receive £1.6m to study obesity and food insecurity
Obesity and food insecurity will be the focus of a £1.6m study by scientists at the University of Aberdeen's Rowett Institute.
Challenge your innovative thinking at the Festival of New Ideas
Getting up close and personal with some of the mind-blowing technology transforming how we live and work will be among the hands-on activities open to the public when the UNI-Versal Festival of New Ideas makes its debut in Aberdeen next month.
Fundraisers prepare to step up at Run Balmoral
Scores of runners will take part in Run Balmoral on Saturday, 23 April, in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for vital women's health research at the University of Aberdeen.
Effects of low household income detectable in babies four months before they are born
New research led by the University of Aberdeen has shown that poverty is already affecting the growth of unborn babies from as early as mid-way through pregnancy.
Impact of Covid restrictions on pregnant women and maternity staff revealed in new study
Pregnant women were left feeling isolated and anxious at times because of Covid restrictions, a new study by the universities of Aberdeen and Dundee has found.
Clearest genetic signals yet for schizophrenia risk revealed through landmark study
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have participated in large genetic studies that have pinpointed genes and biological mechanisms that home in on the root causes of schizophrenia.
Views sought on how the pandemic has affected rural healthcare in Grampian
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are looking for people who live in rural Grampian to give their views on accessing and receiving healthcare.
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