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CTV News
'Creative' stoners planted seed for safer medical marijuanathat could be more popular amongst younger people," said Michael Bloomfield, a
'Creative' stoners planted seed for safer medical marijuana
CTV News / Posted 16 hours ago
that could be more popular amongst younger people," said Michael Bloomfield, a psychiatry lecturer at University College London. David Nutt of Imperial College London said it was a "great idea", but "would be illegal in the U.K... Read more
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dna
Scientists brew cannabis liquid for safe medical usethat could be more popular amongst younger people," said Michael Bloomfield, a
Scientists brew cannabis liquid for safe medical use
dna / Posted 16 hours ago
that could be more popular amongst younger people," said Michael Bloomfield, a psychiatry lecturer at University College London. David Nutt of Imperial College London said it was a "great idea", but "would be illegal in the... Read more
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Raw Story
Is ‘therapeutic cannavaping’ a healthier way to consume medical marijuana?think it’s a great idea, but this would be illegal in the UK,” said David Nutt,
Is ‘therapeutic cannavaping’ a healthier way to consume medical marijuana?
Raw Story / Posted 18 hours ago
think it’s a great idea, but this would be illegal in the UK,” said David Nutt, head of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College, London. It would likely be illegal as of yesterday, when the UK enacted the Psychoactive Substances Act,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Lancet study links worldwide economic crisis to increased cancer mortalityso understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial” says l
Lancet study links worldwide economic crisis to increased cancer mortality
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 hours ago
so understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial” says lead author Dr Mahiben Maruthappu from Imperial College London, UK. “We found that increased unemployment was associated with increased cancer mortality, but that... Read more
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The Register
Should space be a biz-free zone? Join us on June 22 to find outambitions stretch further than this planet. On June 28, we welcome Murray Shan
Should space be a biz-free zone? Join us on June 22 to find out
The Register / Posted yesterday
ambitions stretch further than this planet. On June 28, we welcome Murray Shanahan, Professor of Cognitive Robotics at Imperial College, who will explain whether we should be scared about the prospect of AI and robots matching our own... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A passion for international educationinternational experience, she moved to London, initially completing a short-ter
A passion for international education
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
international experience, she moved to London, initially completing a short-term contract at the medical school of the Imperial College of London. She then became head of International Alumni Relations International Programmes at the University... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Global warming 'blocking' life on billions of Earth-like planets in our galaxyto Mars might lose enough of their atmospheres to make them habitable. Dr Subh
Global warming 'blocking' life on billions of Earth-like planets in our galaxy
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
to Mars might lose enough of their atmospheres to make them habitable. Dr Subhanjoy Mohanty, one of the researchers from Imperial College London, said: "There are hints from recent exoplanet discoveries that relatively puny planets may be even... Read more
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New Kerala
Not many habitable planets can harbour life: Scientists - newkerala.com #68545very close to stars called M dwarfs or red dwarfs, which are much smaller and d
Not many habitable planets can harbour life: Scientists - newkerala.com #68545
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
very close to stars called M dwarfs or red dwarfs, which are much smaller and dimmer than the Sun., said the team from Imperial College London and the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton. "It was previously assumed that planets with... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
‘Creative’ stoners planted seed for safer medical marijuanathat could be more popular amongst younger people,” said Michael Bloomfield, a
‘Creative’ stoners planted seed for safer medical marijuana
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
that could be more popular amongst younger people,” said Michael Bloomfield, a psychiatry lecturer at University College London. David Nutt of Imperial College London said it was a “great idea”, but “would be illegal in the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Recession led to 260k extra cancer deaths, experts claimas the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualtie
Recession led to 260k extra cancer deaths, experts claim
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
as the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: “Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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BBC News
Coding the future: What will the future of computing look like?the world, "remote working will grow more pervasive", says Sophia Drossopoulou,
Coding the future: What will the future of computing look like?
BBC News / Posted yesterday
the world, "remote working will grow more pervasive", says Sophia Drossopoulou, professor of programming languages at Imperial College London. She points to her husband's company, with 70 people distributed over 10 countries.Image caption... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Lung disease sufferers experiencing 'systematic neglect', warns charityas it will rates of many other conditions. “But it can’t be the only solution.
Lung disease sufferers experiencing 'systematic neglect', warns charity
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
as it will rates of many other conditions. “But it can’t be the only solution. Dr Richard Russell, senior lecturer at Imperial College London, said: “We don’t know why lung disease doesn’t get the same level of attention, but part of the... Read more
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CBS News
Global economic crisis tied to thousands of cancer deathsso understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial," said
Global economic crisis tied to thousands of cancer deaths
CBS News / Posted yesterday
so understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial," said lead author Mahiben Maruthappu from Imperial College London. "We also found that public healthcare spending was tightly associated with cancer mortality --... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Global recession may have contributed to cancer deathsworldwide, so understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is cruc
Global recession may have contributed to cancer deaths
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted yesterday
worldwide, so understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial," lead author Dr. Mahiben Maruthappu, of Imperial College London, said in a journal news release. "We found that increased unemployment was associated with increased... Read more
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Evening Standard
Boujis manager Carlo Carello on the future of the legendary clubthey’re deeply upset by Boujis’ closure. So how did a university dropout (Care
Boujis manager Carlo Carello on the future of the legendary club
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
they’re deeply upset by Boujis’ closure. So how did a university dropout (Carello briefly studied business management at Imperial College) manage to become the wünderkind of London’s after-hours scene? “I got a taste for nightlife and making... Read more
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DW
Financial crisis linked to 200,000 cancer deaths |for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which
Financial crisis linked to 200,000 cancer deaths |
DW / Posted yesterday
for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which was conducted by Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London's faculty of medicine and colleagues. The study suggests that universal health care could have... Read more
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FOX News
Magic mushroom ingredient may ease severe depression, study suggestsresponse at three months. Five remained in remission beyond the three months.
Magic mushroom ingredient may ease severe depression, study suggests
FOX News / Posted yesterday
response at three months. Five remained in remission beyond the three months. Robin Carhart-Harris, who led the study at Imperial College London's department of medicine, said the results, published in the Lancet Psychiatry journal, were... Read more
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Medical News Today
Universal health coverage 'prevented cancer death increase' in economic crisisincreases in suicide and cardiovascular diseases. Lead author Dr. Mahiben Maru
Universal health coverage 'prevented cancer death increase' in economic crisis
Medical News Today / Posted yesterday
increases in suicide and cardiovascular diseases. Lead author Dr. Mahiben Maruthappu, of the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London in the U.K., explains as cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, it is very important to look... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could e-cigarettes be a safer way to take medical marijuana?(THC), the compound that gets people high. Professor David Nutt, head of the C
Could e-cigarettes be a safer way to take medical marijuana?
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
(THC), the compound that gets people high. Professor David Nutt, head of the Centre for Neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London, said he thought it was a good idea. 'This is an interesting paper and I think it's a great idea,... Read more
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dna
Studies show many 'habitable planets' may actually be too hot for lifediscovery of multiple near-Earth-sized planets orbiting M dwarf stars, some wit
Studies show many 'habitable planets' may actually be too hot for life
dna / Posted yesterday
discovery of multiple near-Earth-sized planets orbiting M dwarf stars, some within the habitable zones. New research from Imperial College London and the Institute for Advanced Studies in US showed that although they orbit smaller and dimmer... Read more
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Evening Standard
Boujis manager Carlo Carella on the future of the legendary clubthey’re deeply upset by Boujis’ closure. So how did a university dropout (Care
Boujis manager Carlo Carella on the future of the legendary club
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
they’re deeply upset by Boujis’ closure. So how did a university dropout (Carello briefly studied business management at Imperial College) manage to become the wünderkind of London’s after-hours scene? “I got a taste for nightlife and making... Read more
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Wired News
How Chilling With Brian Eno Changed the Way I Study Physicsmen dressed in black suits, with glints of gold necklaces and cuff links. But i
How Chilling With Brian Eno Changed the Way I Study Physics
Wired News / Posted yesterday
men dressed in black suits, with glints of gold necklaces and cuff links. But it was no Gatsby affair. It was the annual Imperial College quantum gravity cocktail hour. The host was dressed down in black from head to toe—black turtleneck, jeans,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Number of habitable planets could be limited by stifling atmospheresdiscovery of multiple near-Earth-sized planets orbiting M dwarf stars, some wit
Number of habitable planets could be limited by stifling atmospheres
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
discovery of multiple near-Earth-sized planets orbiting M dwarf stars, some within the habitable zones. New research from Imperial College London and the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton, published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal... Read more
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DW
Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer deaths |for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which
Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer deaths |
DW / Posted 2 days ago
for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which was conducted by Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London's faculty of medicine and colleagues. The study suggests that universal health care could have... Read more
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Raw Story
Global financial crisis linked to 500,000 cancer deaths in new studyOrganisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010
Global financial crisis linked to 500,000 cancer deaths in new study
Raw Story / Posted 2 days ago
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010,” study author Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London told AFP. “This suggests that there could have been well over 500,000 excess cancer deaths worldwide... Read more
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DW
Study: Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer-related deaths |for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which
Study: Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer-related deaths |
DW / Posted 2 days ago
for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) alone," said the study, which was conducted by Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London's faculty of medicine and colleagues. The study suggests that universal health care could have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Financial crisis may have caused 500,000 cancer deaths worldwide—studyOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010
Financial crisis may have caused 500,000 cancer deaths worldwide—study
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010,” study author Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London told Agence France-Presse. “This suggests that there could have been well over 500,000 excess cancer... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Bury Times
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Gazette
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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guardian-series
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Harrow Times
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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This is West Country
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Gazette News
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Bolton News
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Financial crisis may have caused 500,000 cancer deaths worldwideOrganisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010
Financial crisis may have caused 500,000 cancer deaths worldwide
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010," study author Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London told AFP. "This suggests that there could have been well over 500,000 excess cancer deaths worldwide... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Financial crisis caused 500,000 extra cancer deaths, according to Lancet study(34-member Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, betwee
Financial crisis caused 500,000 extra cancer deaths, according to Lancet study
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
(34-member Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) alone, between 2008-2010," said Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London. "This suggests that there could have been well over 500,000 excess cancer deaths worldwide during... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Northern Echo
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Canc
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect cancer survival is crucial. "We found that increased unemployment was associated... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties.
Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the UK, and a record of increased public health spending had fewer casualties. Lead scientist Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, from Imperial College London, said: "Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Life on Earth-like planets could be impeded by global warming, scientists saysmaller planets similar in size to Mars might lose enough of their atmospheres
Life on Earth-like planets could be impeded by global warming, scientists say
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
smaller planets similar in size to Mars might lose enough of their atmospheres to make them habitable. One researcher from Imperial College London says there might be lots of potentially habitable planets whirling round in space (Philip Toscano/PA)... Read more
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Daily Mail
Global cancer deaths rose by 260,000 during the economic crisisand reduced public sector health spending were linked with more deaths from can
Global cancer deaths rose by 260,000 during the economic crisis
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and reduced public sector health spending were linked with more deaths from cancer Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, of Imperial College London, said: 'Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide so understanding how economic changes affect... Read more
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