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Exploring speech in space and time: imaging technology and the treatment of speech disorders

Over 2.5 million people in the UK have a speech disorder that significantly affects their everyday life. This lecture showed how new approaches to imaging speech have been developed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of children and adults with speech disorders.

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Developments in science and medicine in the last century provide useful explanations as to why being physically active is healthy and improving fitness can assist in reducing the risk of cardiac disease, diabetes and stroke. More recently physical activity has been linked to mental wellbeing. However the explanations as to why exercise makes us feel good are still being explored. Professor Donaghy will look at the impact of exercise in the treatment of people with mental health problems, alcohol and drug addictions, providing an insight into the interactions between physical activity, mood, self esteem and subsequent behaviour.

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Exercise can seriously improve your mental health: fact or fiction
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