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2015/01/24 18:08
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For those with diabetes, managing blood sugar is a balancing act -- if blood sugar is too high it raises the risk for nerve damage, blindness, kidney failure, and heart trouble, and if too low it can...
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2015/01/17 16:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Cafe MED: Do antidepressants work? We will consider the evidence surrounding the effectiveness of antidepressant drugs and explore how the severity of depression might influence...
2015/01/14 22:56
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Ralph Faudree, the former provost of the University of Memphis from 2001 to his retirement in 2012, died Tuesday, Jan. 13, according to the university. With a master’s degree and doctorate in...
2015/01/11 10:09
2015/01/11 10:09
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On 11 streets the annual average levels of pollutants have increased between 2013 and 2014. The worst pollution was detected on Hope Street in Glasgow, where nitrogen dioxide levels were 62% above the...
2015/01/09 16:18
2015/01/09 16:18
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Council news > Press Releases > Return of concerts is music to the ears Return of concerts is music to the ears 09/01/15 The popular Lunchbreak Concerts series is set to return with a performance of...
2015/01/07 13:43
2015/01/07 13:43
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TRIBUTES have been paid to retired primary school teacher Tony Wallis who died after being hit by a recycling lorry on Hogmanay. The 56-year-old former depute head at Crown Primary was crossing...
2015/01/05 20:17
2015/01/05 20:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Botanical illustration with Janne Richardson Using exquisite images Janne describes the skills of the professional botanical illustrator. Artist and teacher Janne Richardson...
2015/01/05 14:00
2015/01/05 14:00
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Baby, it’s hot outside. And it’s all the more reason to get moving. A small new study has explored the effect of heated exercise on eating Baby, it's hot outside. And it's all the more reason to get...
2015/01/05 12:21
2015/01/05 12:21
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Save the Children 'urgently reviewing' how its staff in Sierra Leone use their protective suits as Ebola nurse fights for her life in critical condition in London hospital Charity said it would leave...
2015/01/01 15:18
2015/01/01 15:18
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If you love books, libraries are some of the most spectacular buildings in the world. To celebrate these monumentally important buildings, we’ve complied a list of the most magnificent libraries on...
2014/12/30 17:56
2014/12/30 17:56
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The deadly Ebola virus has killed nearly 8,000 people The two-year-old boy described as the index case - or "patient zero" - became infected and was the first to die in his village in Meliandou,...
2014/12/30 13:39
2014/12/30 13:39
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The deepest part of the ocean is in the Mariana Trench (sometimes called the Marianas Trench), located in the western Pacific Ocean. At its deepest part, it’s just under 7 miles (6.831 miles / 10.994...
2014/12/29 08:30
2014/12/29 08:30
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WATERAID and the London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine have joined the World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), SHARE...
2014/12/28 08:25
2014/12/28 08:25
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The Sweden Democrats, a far-right party holding the balance of power in parliament, had said they wanted the polls to serve as a "referendum on immigration" -- and they almost succeeded. "If we had...
2014/12/27 16:17
2014/12/27 16:17
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What's On In Aberdeen By Way of the Sea: Exploring a Bronze Age maritory in NW Europe As part of the King's Museum evening lecture series Peter Clark and Anne Lehoërff provide a free lecture on a...
2015/01/24 18:08
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