Why are some mothers and their babies at more risk of a poor outcome from pregnancy and birth than others? What is the effect of pregnancy and childbirth on a mother's mental health? At what age should screening for breast cancer begin and end? Can wearing a heart monitor reduce your risk of having a stroke?
These are just a few of the questions that Oxford Population Health's researchers are trying to answer so that treatments, policies and practices can be improved to save people's lives.
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