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Reduction in drink-drive limit has not reduced the number of accidents, study finds

The lowering of the legal blood alcohol limit for drivers in Scotland has had no impact on the number of road traffic accidents, a new study involving the University of Stirling has found.

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Reduction in drink-drive limit has not reduced the number of accidents, study finds

Data science “valuable” to mental health research

A review involving experts from the University of Stirling has suggested new ways in which big data could enhance the diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions.

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Data science “valuable” to mental health research

Student awarded top community nursing prize

University of Stirling graduate Morgan Myles has been awarded a national prize for her work in community nursing.

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Student awarded top community nursing prize

Occupational health study links air pollution and cancer

University of Stirling experts have discovered new evidence of the link between air pollution and cancer as part of a new occupational health study.

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Occupational health study links air pollution and cancer

Mental health nursing students recognised for trauma work

The University of Stirling's mental health nursing students are recognised for their work preparing nurses to deal with the effects of trauma in the workplace.

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Mental health nursing students recognised for trauma work
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