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The biological science and health section covers wide ranging topics touching on aspects of diseases, medicine and drugs.
POSTnote on our current understanding of the minimum age of criminal responsibility
A POSTnote examining gambling research, and its role in policy making.
A POSTnote explaining contributory factors that lead to overweight and obesity
This POSTnote will provide an overview of our current understanding of the biological basis of ageing, and approaches for healthy ageing.
A POSTnote examining the latest research on sleep and health.
Pete has a PhD in biochemistry. Before joining POST he worked in the agri/biotech sector and as a freelance writer.
Sarah has a PhD in neuroscience from Imperial College London. Before joining POST she worked as a scientific adviser at the Department for Work and Pensions and as a research scientist for Novartis pharmaceuticals.