Press releases

The Physiological Society promotes the latest research published in its three peer reviewed journals The Journal of Physiology, Experimental Physiology and Physiological Reports. We also press release research that will be presented at our upcoming scientific confererences. Please see below for a list of our press releases.

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Press releases

24 March 2015
People suffering from cystic fibrosis have less ability to uptake and use oxygen in their muscles, which leads to exercise intolerance, a study published today in Experimental Physiology concluded.
24 March 2015
What challenges do we face as an ageing population? Can we cure ails of the elderly? Can a drug keep us forever young?
03 February 2015
Muscles necessary for breathing need a greater amount of oxygen in women than in men, according to a study published today in The Journal of Physiology.
26 January 2015
London, 26 January 2015. Stress hormones in the mother can affect foetal development, according to a study published today in The Journal of Physiology.
22 January 2015
Today marks the day that - 100 years ago - The Physiological Society formally decided to admit women as members.
12 January 2015
Researchers found that in space, the shift of blood and fluid from the lower to the upper body caused by weightlessness is much higher and the blood pressure much lower than previously thought.
06 January 2015
Staying active allows you to age optimally, according to a study by King’s College London and the University of Birmingham.
10 November 2014
Researchers at The University of Texas have found that African Americans have impaired blood flow regulation in the brain that could contribute to a greater risk of cerebrovascular diseases.
21 October 2014
Abigayle Driscoll, 11, beat hundreds of entrants in a public vote as part of The Physiological Society's inaugural Bio-bodies bake-off competition.
27 June 2014
A high-fructose, high-fat diet can cause harmful effects to the livers of adult rats, according to new research published today [27 June] in Experimental Physiology