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Most adolescents dying by suicide known to health services
The majority of adolescents to self-harm or die by suicide had spoken to their GP or practice nurse during the preceding year, according to a Manchester research partnership.
Widening childhood inequalities in north of England cost lives
Children growing up in the north of England are experiencing widening inequality that is costing lives, according to a Manchester study featuring a forward by Chancellor Lemn Sissay.
Fungal infection diagnosed in 13% of treated TB patients
A joint study of tuberculosis patients in six Jakarta hospitals has revealed up to 13 per cent of them had fungal lung infection at the end of their treatment.
People with schizophrenia more likely to die from COVID-19
People with psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia, are five times more likely to die from COVID-19, according to new research by Manchester’s health data scientists.
Manchester scientists produce new antibiotics by gene editing
Exploiting gene editing has resulted in a new route to produce complex antibiotic medicines that are urgently required to combat antimicrobial resistance.
Manchester physicists honoured with awards
The Institute of Physics has recognised three Manchester physicists for the positive impact they have delivered to the profession.
Three University projects win at construction awards
The First Light Pavilion at Jodrell Bank is one of three University projects to win at the North West Regional Construction Awards.
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