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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Farmers can help restore life to Norfolk’s 23,000 ponds, says Carl Sayer of the Norfolk Ponds Projectwas inspired by a love of waterways and fishing while growing up in Bodham, nea
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 hours ago
was inspired by a love of waterways and fishing while growing up in Bodham, near Holt, and is now a reader in geography at University College London (UCL), lecturing students on aquatic conservation. But he said there were good reasons why his is... Read more
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Newsmax
Sugar Not So Sweet for Mental Healthbut also your mental health, claimed a study Thursday that was met with skeptic
Newsmax / Posted 4 hours ago
but also your mental health, claimed a study Thursday that was met with skepticism by other experts. Researchers at University College London (UCL) compared the reported sugar intake of more than 8,000 people in a long-term British study, to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Delirium after surgery linked to dementiadifferent doctors and nurses can send patients into a rapid decline, according
Daily Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
different doctors and nurses can send patients into a rapid decline, according to a major study. The research, led by University College London and the University of Cambridge, was the first to show that becoming acutely confused and... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Key building block of life found on Saturn’s moon TitanTitan, by a team led by an Indian-origin researcher. Using data from Cassini m
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 hours ago
Titan, by a team led by an Indian-origin researcher. Using data from Cassini mission, scientists, including those from University College London (UCL) in the UK, identified negatively charged molecules called ‘carbon chain anions’ in the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Sugar causes mental disorders, says studybut also your mental health, claimed a study July 27 that was met with sceptici
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 13 hours ago
but also your mental health, claimed a study July 27 that was met with scepticism by other experts. Researchers at University College London (UCL) compared the reported sugar intake of more than 8,000 people in a long-term British study, to... Read more
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asianage
Sugar not that sweet for mental health?but also your mental health, claimed a study July 27 that was met with sceptici
asianage / Posted 14 hours ago
but also your mental health, claimed a study July 27 that was met with scepticism by other experts. Researchers at University College London (UCL) compared the reported sugar intake of more than 8,000 people in a long-term British study, to... Read more
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Newsmax
Researchers Use Gene Editing on Human Embryo for First Time in USof the science because there is no scientific paper," said Simon Waddington, Re
Newsmax / Posted 20 hours ago
of the science because there is no scientific paper," said Simon Waddington, Reader in Gene Transfer Technology at University College London. Scientists in China were the first to carry out gene editing on human embryos in 2015, although... Read more
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Fortune
Shark Week, Day 4: Meet the Oldest Critters in the Worldthe lifespan) is an idea that traces back to 1927, to a trio of lectures given
Fortune / Posted 20 hours ago
the lifespan) is an idea that traces back to 1927, to a trio of lectures given by Johns Hopkins biologist Raymond Pearl at University College, London. “If the average rate of metabolism or of energy expenditure is high the duration of life will... Read more
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The Scientist
Genomic Analysis Leaves Tardigrade Phylogeny Uncleartardigrades are members of the arthropods as suggested by their morphology,” sa
The Scientist / Posted 22 hours ago
tardigrades are members of the arthropods as suggested by their morphology,” says Max Telford, an evolutionary biologist at University College London who was not involved in the work. “Careful analyses will resolve this question ultimately, but it... Read more
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CTV News
Sugar not so sweet for mental healthbut also your mental health, claimed a study Thursday that was met with sceptic
CTV News / Posted 22 hours ago
but also your mental health, claimed a study Thursday that was met with scepticism by other experts. Researchers at University College London (UCL) compared the reported sugar intake of more than 8,000 people in a long-term British study, to... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Assessing London’s Olympics, five years onbelongs to parents wheeling pushchairs through leafy squares. The press centre
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
belongs to parents wheeling pushchairs through leafy squares. The press centre is these days a hub for digital businesses. University College London is planning a campus near the stadium, where the Victoria and Albert Museum and Smithsonian... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
First editing of human embryos reportedly carried out in United StatesO’Neill, Programme Director of Reproductive Science and Women’s Health, Embryol
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
O’Neill, Programme Director of Reproductive Science and Women’s Health, Embryology, IVF and Reproductive Genetics Group at University College, London, said: “Unfortunately, the news about the potential ability to correct disease has been eclipsed... Read more
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express
Sugar linked to THIS hidden issue: Scientists reveal how diet can affect mental healthsugar and mood disorders, particularly among men,” said Anika Knuppel, of the I
express / Posted yesterday
sugar and mood disorders, particularly among men,” said Anika Knuppel, of the Institute of Epidemiology and Health at University College London. "There are numerous factors that influence chances for mood disorders, but having a diet high in... Read more
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International Business Times
Sugary diets increase risk of depression and anxiety for men cohort studies that are representative," lead author Anika Knüppel, from the De
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
cohort studies that are representative," lead author Anika Knüppel, from the Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, University College London (UCL), told IBTimes UK. "We are still not sure what causes depression, but some researchers... Read more
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The Scientist
Stem Cells Seek Out Tumors Based on Stiffnesscould also potentially be deployed to detect cancer at very early stages, sugge
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
could also potentially be deployed to detect cancer at very early stages, suggests Celine Denais, a cancer researcher at University College London. The new study, she says, is “really an elegant article.” See “May the Force Be with You” Michael... Read more
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express
Alzheimer’s latest: Common blood pressure drug could help halt the diseaseand memory problems. The ground-breaking £2 million trial is being led by the
express / Posted 2 days ago
and memory problems. The ground-breaking £2 million trial is being led by the Universities of Bristol, Cambridge, Queen’s University Belfast and University College, London, and enrolment has been extended until February.Related articles Snoring... Read more
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The Scientist
Dogs with Duchenne Treated with Gene Therapypalliative and patients are under constant medical care throughout their life,”
The Scientist / Posted 2 days ago
palliative and patients are under constant medical care throughout their life,” John Counsell, a research associate at University College London who was not involved in the study, in a statement published by the Science Media Center. “Further... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'For Charlie, it's too late': Parents of British baby abandon legal fight to get treatment in U.S.reach a common view with the family, then the court takes over,” said Jonathan
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
reach a common view with the family, then the court takes over,” said Jonathan Montgomery, a professor of healthcare law at University College London. Still, he questioned why the court hadn’t asked Hirano to complete a full evaluation months ago,... Read more
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Evening Standard
These are the 25 best student halls in the UK, according to studentsnext few years with, then look no further,' one student said. It even has its o
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
next few years with, then look no further,' one student said. It even has its own Instagram account. 17. St Pancras Way - University College London: It's 'clean, big, and comfortable with well equipped en-suite rooms,' according to one student.... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Can lifestyle changes guard against dementia?is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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dna
Take it easy..5.2 cases of atrial fibrillation occurred among those who worked long hours. S
dna / Posted 3 days ago
5.2 cases of atrial fibrillation occurred among those who worked long hours. Study leader Professor Mika Kivimaki, of University College London, said, “These findings show that long working hours are associated with an increased risk of atrial... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
is critical. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. “Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Daily Mail
HIV child treated at birth is now 'cured' and healthy nine years onto prevent infections among people who are starting HIV treatment late could sa
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
to prevent infections among people who are starting HIV treatment late could save 10,000 lives a year across sub-Saharan, University College London scientists believe. About one in five people infected with HIV in poorer countries start treatment... Read more
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Daily Star
Swarm of Yellowstone supervolcano earthquakes WILL trigger 'explosive' eruptionof natural disaster monitor Observatory Project But the scientist, from the In
Daily Star / Posted 4 days ago
of natural disaster monitor Observatory Project But the scientist, from the Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction at University College London, stressed that it is “highly unlikely” one seismic swarm could lead to an eruption. More likely,... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
One-third of dementia cases could be prevented, report saysgreatest global challenge for health and social care in the 21st century," lead
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 4 days ago
greatest global challenge for health and social care in the 21st century," lead study author Professor Gill Livingston, of University College London, told CBS News. "The purpose of the commission was therefore to address it by consolidating the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jab could stop impotence in men receiving prostate cancer treatmentas HIFU can have serious consequences if the soundwaves are even millimetres of
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
as HIFU can have serious consequences if the soundwaves are even millimetres off target. Earlier studies carried out at University College London Hospital found topsalsyin killed cancer cells in about half of men with low-to-intermediate-risk... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 6 days ago
is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Lifestyle changes to stave off Alzheimer's? Hints, no proofif any proof. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
if any proof. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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The Columbian
Report says lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
is critical. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. “Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Hawaii News Now / Posted 7 days ago
is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Canberra Times
'It shouldn't be happening to anyone': Many dementia cases can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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The Young Witness
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Western Advocate
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Manning River Times
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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The North West Star
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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The Border Mail
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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The Courier
The dementia cases that can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'It shouldn't be happening to anyone': Many dementia cases can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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WA Today
'It shouldn't be happening to anyone': Many dementia cases can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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The Age
'It shouldn't be happening to anyone': Many dementia cases can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'It shouldn't be happening to anyone': Many dementia cases can be preventedand consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and consider education and lay the grounds for a brain healthy lifestyle," says lead author Professor Gill Livingston of University College London. "The number of people with dementia is increasing due to the ageing population with the welcome... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiais critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 7 days ago
is critical. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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11 News Houston
Lifestyle changes may help stave off Alzheimer'sif any proof. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
11 News Houston / Posted 7 days ago
if any proof. Still, it's never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. "Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Can lifestyle changes really ward off Alzheimer's?if any proof. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
if any proof. Still, it’s never too early to try, said Lancet lead author Gill Livingston, a psychiatry professor at University College London. “Although dementia is diagnosed in later life, the brain changes usually begin to develop years... Read more
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