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John O'Groat Journal
Fireworks guaranteed at Thurso talkTHURSO High School will be filled with flashes and bangs as two scientists come
Fireworks guaranteed at Thurso talk
John O'Groat Journal / Posted 4 hours ago
THURSO High School will be filled with flashes and bangs as two scientists come to town to show the exciting side of chemistry. Everyone is invited to attend the free lecture presented by Dr Lee Reilly from the University of Aberdeen and Dr Peter... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Facts of the Matter: Palestinian Liberation cannot be Founded on Deceit - A Response to Ali Kazak – Opinion – ABC Religion & EthicsThe Facts of the Matter: Palestinian Liberation cannot be Founded on Deceit - A
The Facts of the Matter: Palestinian Liberation cannot be Founded on Deceit - A Response to Ali Kazak – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 hours ago
The Facts of the Matter: Palestinian Liberation cannot be Founded on Deceit - A Response to Ali KazakDenis MacEoinABC Religion and Ethics 28 Aug 2015 The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is one of the most intractable in history. At the heart of the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle Science Central £20m learning centre development plans revealedPlans are in the pipeline for a £20m learning centre as part of the latest stag
Newcastle Science Central £20m learning centre development plans revealed
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
Plans are in the pipeline for a £20m learning centre as part of the latest stage of Newcastle’s Science Central development. The firm has said it will work alongside Arup, Gillespies and Sandy Brown Associates to help create the centre. These... Read more
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chroniclelive
Haltwhistle flood protection scheme inspired by children's game KerplunkThe project is a response to ongoing problems around a build-up of sediment in
Haltwhistle flood protection scheme inspired by children's game Kerplunk
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
The project is a response to ongoing problems around a build-up of sediment in Haltwhistle Burn. Consisting of a 60m “ladder” of criss-crossing logs pinned into the banks of Slaty Sike, a tributary of the burn, the aim is to slow the flow of water... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Obesity raises Lynch syndrome CRC riskBy Lynda Williams, Senior medwireNews Reporter Obesity increases the risk of c
Obesity raises Lynch syndrome CRC risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
By Lynda Williams, Senior medwireNews Reporter Obesity increases the risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) in patients with Lynch syndrome (LS), research indicates, but daily aspirin use may combat this excess risk. “These findings suggest that, in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Community Events in Brief: Week beginning August 24Bank Holiday family fun at South Tynedale Railway What: There will be steam lo
Community Events in Brief: Week beginning August 24
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Bank Holiday family fun at South Tynedale Railway What: There will be steam locos on each of the train rides throughout the day and as usual pay once and travel all day. Visitors can make a whole day out combining train rides, walks, refreshments in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University's global reach benefits the whole region, not just the studentsWith the long awaited A-level results issued and tens of thousands of universit
Newcastle University's global reach benefits the whole region, not just the students
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
With the long awaited A-level results issued and tens of thousands of university places offered and accepted, the spotlight is on the city’s student community. With a new term about to start and a new batch of freshers from both home and overseas... Read more
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PhysOrg
Methanotrophs: Could bacteria help protect our environment?Photo of landfill burn off flare. Credit: Eddie Hagler/Public Domain New insigh
Methanotrophs: Could bacteria help protect our environment?
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Photo of landfill burn off flare. Credit: Eddie Hagler/Public Domain New insight into methanotrophs, bacteria that can oxidise methane, may help us develop an array of biotechnological applications that exploit methane and protect our environment... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Taking the roughage with the smoothDietary fibre refers to substances in plant foods which cannot be completely br
Taking the roughage with the smooth
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 3 days ago
Dietary fibre refers to substances in plant foods which cannot be completely broken down by human digestive enzymes. There are two main types; soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibre sources include grains like oats, barley, rye; fruits such as bananas... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Daily aspirin may reduce colon cancer riskAn apple a day may keep the doctor away, but an aspirin a day may keep colon ca
Daily aspirin may reduce colon cancer risk
Bel Marra Health / Posted 3 days ago
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but an aspirin a day may keep colon cancer risk at bay. New research suggests a daily dose of aspirin or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) can reduce a person’s risk of colon cancer. The study... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle City Council to decide on plans for 900 new homes across the cityIn John Dobson Street, the former Liquid Envy site would make way for 329 stude
Newcastle City Council to decide on plans for 900 new homes across the city
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
In John Dobson Street, the former Liquid Envy site would make way for 329 student flats, while at Coach Lane, a 181 room development submitted by Northumbria University is expected to have its planning permission renewed. The plans for the former... Read more
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Northern Echo
Graffiti expert joins Newcastle UniversityProf Clay said: “I’m enormously excited to be joining Newcastle University as t
Graffiti expert joins Newcastle University
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
Prof Clay said: “I’m enormously excited to be joining Newcastle University as the new Professor of Digital Humanities. The university’s staff and students are doing really amazing digital work and lots of it involves working with other organisations... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cheap Useful BeautyMakerere art masters venture into poor communities for inspiration A collabora
Cheap Useful Beauty
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Makerere art masters venture into poor communities for inspiration A collaborative project that involves two art masters, Dr. Lilian Nabulime of Faculty of Industrial and Fine Arts Makerere, and Prof. Andrew Burton of Newcastle University, London at... Read more
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iol.co.za
Aspirin may cut cancer risk.Lead researcher John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle Univers
Aspirin may cut cancer risk
iol.co.za / Posted 5 days ago
.Lead researcher John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University, said the team believed that aspirin had an effect on the underlying mechanism which pre-disposed some people to cancer. Cape Town - The ordinary aspirin may cut the... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
‘Tackle cause of weight before seeking cancer risk shortcut’Health: Picture by Stephen Kelly/ PA Wire. Groundbreaking research suggesting
‘Tackle cause of weight before seeking cancer risk shortcut’
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 5 days ago
Health: Picture by Stephen Kelly/ PA Wire. Groundbreaking research suggesting regularly taking aspirin could reduce the cancer risk of people who are overweight sends out a mixed... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University student uncovers rare Roman jewellery at Maryport siteAn archaeological investigation of a temples site has uncovered a site steeped
Newcastle University student uncovers rare Roman jewellery at Maryport site
chroniclelive / Posted 6 days ago
An archaeological investigation of a temples site has uncovered a site steeped in history, dubbed a find “unlike anything discovered on Britain’s Roman frontier to date”. Tyneside student Daisy-Alys Vaughan made the final gem of a find at the end of... Read more
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Independent
Giant house spiders are invading British homes following wet and warm summerThe arrival of large house spiders, affectionately referred to by one expert as
Giant house spiders are invading British homes following wet and warm summer
Independent / Posted 7 days ago
The arrival of large house spiders, affectionately referred to by one expert as the “golden retrievers” of the spider world, occur every year - but they are nothing to concern Britons. The warm weather enjoyed across the UK in the past months has... Read more
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chroniclelive
Ten years ago Pete Doherty was heading to Newcastle and riding high in the chartsIt seems like only yesterday that on/off Libertines front man and all-round bad
Ten years ago Pete Doherty was heading to Newcastle and riding high in the charts
chroniclelive / Posted 9 days ago
It seems like only yesterday that on/off Libertines front man and all-round bad boy of pop Pete Doherty was making the headlines for drinking, swearing, fighting, burgling the house of his bandmates - and was on his way to Newcastle for a gig with... Read more
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metro
Horny mouse-sized spiders will invade your home this month A lot of people hate spiders and the bigger they are – the scarier they get.
Horny mouse-sized spiders will invade your home this month
metro / Posted 9 days ago
A lot of people hate spiders and the bigger they are – the scarier they get. Now we are advised that house spiders have grown larger than usual thanks to a wet spring and warm summer. If... Read more
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walesonline
Spiders the size of MICE could soon invade Welsh homes, experts warnExperts have warned that spiders as big as MICE could soon invade homes in Wale
Spiders the size of MICE could soon invade Welsh homes, experts warn
walesonline / Posted 9 days ago
Experts have warned that spiders as big as MICE could soon invade homes in Wales, and each one is able to give birth to 60 spiderlings at a time. Following a wet spring and a fairly warm Welsh summer, insect levels, including that of the Giant House... Read more
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The Register
Could our fear of fracking be appeased with CO2 sequestration?A plan to use CO2 to replace the water used in controversial energy technique f
Could our fear of fracking be appeased with CO2 sequestration?
The Register / Posted 9 days ago
A plan to use CO2 to replace the water used in controversial energy technique fracking has been met with a mixed reception by experts contacted by The Register. New Scientistreported on work done by Andres Clarens and his team at University of... Read more
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International Business Times
Giant house spiders the size of mice 'invading' UK homes following warm wet summer Giant house spiders with the leg span of small mice are invading homes across t
Giant house spiders the size of mice 'invading' UK homes following warm wet summer
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
Giant house spiders with the leg span of small mice are invading homes across the UK, with this year's batch being "particularly big", a spider expert has said. Claire Rind, a reader in invertebrate neurobiology from Newcastle University, told... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Story of Premier League's newest star Reds let goA Mancunian made his Premier League debut on Saturday. He scored too, the only
Story of Premier League's newest star Reds let go
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 days ago
A Mancunian made his Premier League debut on Saturday. He scored too, the only Sunderland player cheered by a huge crowd which was a lot less than the 41,000 present at the start of Sunderland’s 3-1 home defeat to Norwich City. Sunderland are in a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Guildford museum 'has suffered with no investment', says lecturerAndrew Newman, who works at Newcastle University, said the museum is undervalue
Guildford museum 'has suffered with no investment', says lecturer
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
Andrew Newman, who works at Newcastle University, said the museum is undervalued and that reinvestment should have taken place many years ago. It follows the announcement that a working group has been set up by the borough council to review the use... Read more
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Japan Today
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients: study ‹ Japan TodayBeing overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a ce
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients: study ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 9 days ago
Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a certain gene disorder, but a regular dose of aspirin can reverse the trend, a study found. The international study, published in the U.S.-based Journal of Clinical... Read more
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iafrica.com
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer riskBeing overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a ce
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk
iafrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a certain gene disorder, but a regular dose of aspirin can reverse the trend, a study found. The international study, published in the US-based Journal of Clinical Oncology,... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patient, study finds Published: 19 August 2015 9:45 AM A regular dose of aspirin may be the answe
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patient, study finds
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 10 days ago
Published: 19 August 2015 9:45 AM A regular dose of aspirin may be the answer for overweight people. – AFP/Relaxnews pic, August 19, 2015. Being overweight more than doubles the risk... Read more
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Times of Malta
Taking aspirin ‘can help overweight people combat cancer’An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin ‘can help overweight people combat cancer’
Times of Malta / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people with... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
Manchester Evening News / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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Medical News Today
Aspirin could reduce cancer risk of overweight peopleA randomized controlled trial has revealed that the increased risk of cancer in
Aspirin could reduce cancer risk of overweight people
Medical News Today / Posted 11 days ago
A randomized controlled trial has revealed that the increased risk of cancer in people who are overweight could be reversed with a regular dose of aspirin. Aspirin is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that can be used to reduce pain,... Read more
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birminghammail
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
birminghammail / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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chroniclelive
Morning news headlines: Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Morning news headlines: Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
Reading Evening Post / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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walesonline
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
walesonline / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Morning news headlines: Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister saysBANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS T
Morning news headlines: Bangkok bombers wanted to destroy tourism in Thailand, defence minister says
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
BANGKOK BOMBERS WANTED TO DESTROY TOURISM IN THAILAND, DEFENCE MINISTER SAYS The bombers who killed at least 20 people and injured at least 140 in Bangkok intended to damage Thailand's tourism industry, the country's defence minister said. Prawit... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University scientists reveal aspirin could help prevent cancer in overweight peopleAn aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Newcastle University scientists reveal aspirin could help prevent cancer in overweight people
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The genetic disorder affects genes responsible for detecting and repairing damage in the DNA and around half the people with it will develop... Read more
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New Kerala
Aspirin reverses cancer risk in the obese: Study A regular dose of aspirin reduces the long-term risk of cancer in over
Aspirin reverses cancer risk in the obese
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
: Study A regular dose of aspirin reduces the long-term risk of cancer in overweight people with a family history of the disease, new research has found. The study found that being overweight more than... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients, study shows Published: 18 August 2015 12:52 PM Asprin may suppress inflammation, allowin
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients, study shows
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 11 days ago
Published: 18 August 2015 12:52 PM Asprin may suppress inflammation, allowing new avenues of research into the cause of cancer. – AFP/Relaxnews pic, August 18, 2015.Being overweight... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aspirin can help overweight avoid cancer, UK study finds | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on Ques
Aspirin can help overweight avoid cancer
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
, UK study finds | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website The inflammation that leads to cancer is made worse by... Read more
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The Manila Times
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients – studyAugust 18, 2015 10:15 am WASHINGTON: Being overweight more than doubles the ri
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients – study
The Manila Times / Posted 11 days ago
August 18, 2015 10:15 am WASHINGTON: Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a certain gene disorder, but a regular dose of aspirin can reverse the trend,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patientsWASHINGTON - Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in peo
Aspirin reduces bowel cancer risk in obese patients
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 11 days ago
WASHINGTON - Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in people with a certain gene disorder, but a regular dose of aspirin can reverse the trend, a study found. Being overweight more than doubles the risk of bowel cancer in... Read more
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News.com.au
Aspirin can help overweight avoid cancerBreaking News AN aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that a
Aspirin can help overweight avoid cancer
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Breaking News AN aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. THE research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being... Read more
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MumBRELLA
HuffPo Aus goes live a day early with exclusive on Julie Bishop's views on same-sex marriageHuffPo Aus goes live a day early with exclusive on Julie Bishop’s views on same
HuffPo Aus goes live a day early with exclusive on Julie Bishop's views on same-sex marriage
MumBRELLA / Posted 11 days ago
HuffPo Aus goes live a day early with exclusive on Julie Bishop’s views on same-sex marriage It has launched with featured blog posts from Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief Tory Maguire, the MP for Hobart Ewen Jones, co-founder of The Fred Hollows... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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express
Daily aspirin lowers the risk of cancer in obese patients A DAILY dose of aspirin can dramatically reduce the risk of cancer for people
Daily aspirin lowers the risk of cancer in obese patients
express / Posted 11 days ago
A DAILY dose of aspirin can dramatically reduce the risk of cancer for people who are overweight, a new study claims. UK scientists found that being overweight can more than double the risk... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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Bury Times
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
Bury Times / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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Gazette
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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Bolton News
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
Bolton News / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a
Taking aspirin 'can help overweight people combat cancer'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
An aspirin a day could help keep cancer away for people that are overweight, a new study has claimed. The research by Newcastle University and the University of Leeds found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people... Read more
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