Steve Doherty

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Evidence is rapidly accumulating that links cigarette smoke (CS) exposure in utero with the development of a variety of disease pathologies in the older offspring including, type 2 diabetes, obesity, certain childhood cancers and respiratory disorders. The role that the fetal environment plays in these late-onset outcomes and the underlying(More)
The extent of adverse health effects, including induction/exacerbation of infectious lung disease, arising from entrainment of equivalent amounts (or exposure to a fixed increment) of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) can vary from region to region or city to city in a region. To begin to explain how differing effects on host resistance might arise after(More)
The topic of depression during the career of elite male athletes has been the subject of much public interest and attention in recent years. Despite numerous debates and personal disclosures within the media, there is a dearth of published research directly exploring the phenomenon. This study sought to explore how elite male athletes experience depression(More)
At the request of HM Prison Service, the UK Home Office Police Scientific Development Branch approached all known manufacturers of electronic drugs detectors with a detailed detection requirement relating to searching prison visitors and inmates. Six systems were offered for test and were subjected to laboratory tests aimed at comparing the instruments(More)
Process Analytical Technology (PAT) has been the subject of recent interest in the pharmaceutical industry due to the attention that FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) has placed on the use of PAT as a means to improve manufacturing pharmaceutical quality control, reduce reliance on finished product testing and boost manufacturing(More)
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