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Performing diabetes : balancing between 'patients' and 'carers', bodies and pumps, Scotland and beyond (University of St Andrews, 2006) - ThesisThis study is about young people (age 11-16) with diabetes. Based on fieldwork in a paediatric diabetes centre in Scotland, it describes the ways diabetes is lived and done by young people, their health carers and insulin ...
(University of St Andrews, 1996) - ThesisNoise is considered to be a physical form of environmental pollution which can influence the health of exposed persons. Excessive exposure to noise can interfere with performance at work and with the ability to relax or ...
(University of St Andrews, 2017-06-23) - Thesis
(University of St Andrews, 1999) - ThesisThe human thyroid epithelial cell HTori-3 has been transformed with doses of either chronic and acute x-rays or strontium beta particles. Models of the past have relied upon animal cell systems to mimic in vitro ...
(University of St Andrews, 2016-06-24) - ThesisBackground: A range of factors contribute to men with cancer having worse mortality and morbidity rates than women. The research specifically focused on psychosocial issues and health behaviours in men with cancer, and ...