Two teams have reviewed different rates of childbirth intervention across various countries
Two Trinity led studies have investigated how a reduction in rates of caesarean section births could benefit maternity care services, and identified a significant variation in amounts of birth inducing drugs used in different countries.
The first study examined the …
The research in the Galápagos islands shows explosive potential in seemingly consistent volcanoes
A team of volcanologists, led by Prof. Michael Stock from Trinity’s Department of Geology, have discovered that the composition of volcanoes and their magmas may not be as predictable as was previously believed.
The study has found that volcanoes that …
Digital mental health intervention could assist those whose mental health has been drastically affected by COVID-19
Trinity researchers from the School of Psychology have collaborated with University of Sheffield to publish new research regarding digital mental health.
This research found that digital mental health interventions can have significant long-term impact on anxiety and depression recovery. These …
Research on post-cancer treatment shows a need for prescribed exercise
For 21-year-old Shauntelle Tynan, exercise isn’t simply a task to pencil in as a New Year’s resolution or an excuse to search out eye-candy in the gym as it is for so many of us. As a cancer survivor from …
Adequate nicotine replacement therapy or the gateway to a worldwide health epidemic?
Vaping is viewed globally as a viable and safe alternative to traditional smoking, but this idea is beginning to come under fire with connected cases of respiratory diseases on the rise. 1604 cases of lung injury associated with e-cigarette usage …