Fran Molloy

Fran Molloy

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Us navy 030819 n 9593r 050 patients and staff wait for medications at the pharmacy windows at the national naval medical center in bethesda  maryland article
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Helping patients follow the script

UTS News Wire, Oct 2015: Research shows that pharmacists can make a real difference in encouraging patients to take medications correctly

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A happier environment for fish

Researchers are evaluating a thermal curtain installed on a dam as a measure to stop harmful cold water pollution of the river downstream....

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Breath of fresh air for asthmatics

Lung cell research may lead to more effective treatment for respiratory disease....

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Confidence keeps new parents strong

Researchers have teamed with professional parenting services to find what works best to give children the best start in life....

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Compound could halt mesothelioma

Work by a research team at UTS is hoped to pave the way for development of a puffer to treat asbestos-related lung disease....

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Treatment hope for dystonia sufferers

Magnetic stimulation is being used to treat brain function in painful neurological disorders....

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Landfills a bonanza for metal reuse

With the use of 'virgin' resources under increasing pressure, above-ground mining of waste provides a way ahead in the circular economy.  ...

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Call for data on volunteer tourism

Gap-year volunteers question whether they contribute as much as they hope....

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Clinical trials of treatments for children's behaviour disorders

Early intervention is essential to prevent long-term effects of disruptive behaviour disorders in children.    ...