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Daily Star
Italy earthquake 'may have triggered supervolcano eruption that could kill millions'precursor of future activity in the centre of the caldera.” Dr. Luca De Siena
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
precursor of future activity in the centre of the caldera.” Dr. Luca De Siena Dr De Siena, Geophysics professor at the University of Aberdeen, said although the earthquake won't trigger the eruption, it may “help magma rise to the... Read more
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express
Back pain and fatigue? Symptoms could be warning sign of THIS form of arthritisof the most prevalent modifiable factors that predict a poor quality of life in
express / Posted 2 days ago
of the most prevalent modifiable factors that predict a poor quality of life in people with ankylosing spondylitis. The University of Aberdeen research has indicated that some of these factors - which include pain, fatigue and poor physical... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Cafe Scientifique - Health and the disposable cave man: understanding disease using evolutionunderstand not only health but also the causes of disease? Speaker: Dr Alasdai
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 3 days ago
understand not only health but also the causes of disease? Speaker: Dr Alasdair Mackenzie, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen University of Aberdeen email: peru@abdn.ac.uk Please note: Aberdeen City Council are not... Read more
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Daily Echo
Cathedral programme revealedspirituality programme for the autumn, writes Rebecca Masker. Professor Tom Gr
Daily Echo / Posted 4 days ago
spirituality programme for the autumn, writes Rebecca Masker. Professor Tom Griggs, the Marischal professor of divinity at University of Aberdeen, will be leading a free lecture on ‘The God who is transcendent in our midst: Divine and Creaturely... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Drug-resistant fungus strain infects more than 200 patients at UK hospitalsSociety, Neil Gow, who is also professor of microbiology at the Medical Researc
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Society, Neil Gow, who is also professor of microbiology at the Medical Research Council Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Aberdeen, said: "Candida auris is an important emerging pathogen and in need of more research to understand how... Read more
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8d
The News and Star
Drug-resistant fungus strain infects more than 200 patients at UK hospitalsSociety, Neil Gow, who is also professor of microbiology at the Medical Researc
The News and Star / Posted 8 days ago
Society, Neil Gow, who is also professor of microbiology at the Medical Research Council Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Aberdeen, said: "Candida auris is an important emerging pathogen and in need of more research to understand how... Read more
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9d
The Gilmer Mirror
Dan Jensen calls for conservative Christians to reach out to youth swayed by Progressive Christianity - Author announces release of new book ‘A False Kind of Christianity’ ST. GEORGE Utah – Having noticed a recent upsurge of Christians particu...earned his first master’s degree from Reformed Theological Seminary and a secon
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
earned his first master’s degree from Reformed Theological Seminary and a second master’s in systematic theology from the University of Aberdeen. Until very recently, Jensen was heavily involved in ministry work and for a period during this time... Read more
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express
Bogus suicide note of Haddington school acid attackerit was her who wrote it.” Bowen had hoped to follow in her father’s footsteps
express / Posted 13 days ago
it was her who wrote it.” Bowen had hoped to follow in her father’s footsteps and was planning to study law at the University of Aberdeen. The friend said: “Emily had been accepted to Aberdeen to take a law degree. “She is a very... Read more
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The Manila Times
Labor groups seek ban of high heels in workplacesto wear high heels particularly those taking up hospitality and guest relations
The Manila Times / Posted 16 days ago
to wear high heels particularly those taking up hospitality and guest relations courses and training. Researchers from the University of Aberdeen in the United Kingdom found that adolescents who wear high-heeled shoes are most likely to suffer... Read more
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Rappler
Stop requiring women to wear high heels at work – labor unionstudents taking up guest relations courses from wearing high heels. According
Rappler / Posted 16 days ago
students taking up guest relations courses from wearing high heels. According to a review recently conducted by the University of Aberdeen, there are a number of studies linking high-heeled shoes to risks of injury, postural problems, and... Read more
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22d
express
Arthritis symptoms: Painkillers could be hiding THIS serious condition from doctorssymptoms could be tackled with THIS therapy Immune system: Five illnesses caus
express / Posted 22 days ago
symptoms could be tackled with THIS therapy Immune system: Five illnesses caused by inflammation Researchers from the University of Aberdeen suspect that some people who undergo an MRI scan receive a negative diagnosis for axial... Read more
22d
express
High heels could be BAD for your health: Link between footwear and painful conditionsattractiveness they can also be a major heath and social hazard, new research w
express / Posted 22 days ago
attractiveness they can also be a major heath and social hazard, new research warns. A major review by scientists from the University of Aberdeen found killer heels increase the risk of painful conditions while massively raising the odds of... Read more
22d
Bolton News
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
Bolton News / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
Wandsworth Guardian
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
EveningTimes Online
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
EveningTimes Online / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
Croydon Guardian
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
Croydon Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
Hampshire Chronicle
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
This is Oxfordshire
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
Lancashire Telegraph
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
West Moreland Gazette
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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22d
Scotsman
Academics at Scottish uni call for law against high heels at workhave called for new laws to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work
Scotsman / Posted 22 days ago
have called for new laws to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work or in bars and nightclubs. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address... Read more
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23d
North-West Evening Mail
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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23d
heraldscotland
Scots researchers call for ban on high heel dress codes and question stiletto sales to childrensignatures asking for it to be made illegal for companies to require women to w
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
signatures asking for it to be made illegal for companies to require women to wear the footwear for their jobs. But the University of Aberdeen study stated that more had to be done to stop women having to wear high heels against their will. In... Read more
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23d
The News and Star
Action urged to ban enforced wearing of high heelsResearchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heel
The News and Star / Posted 23 days ago
Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address the problem. The... Read more
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23d
Irish Examiner
Now science says women should not be forced to wear high heels at work- 12:10 am Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to we
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
- 12:10 am Researchers have called for action to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work. Academics at the University of Aberdeen who carried out a review of scientific studies into the shoes said more needs to be done to address... Read more
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23d
express
Aberdeen scientists ask: Does a big breakfast help you lose weight?whether the time of day when participants eat the most food has an effect on we
express / Posted 23 days ago
whether the time of day when participants eat the most food has an effect on weight loss. Trials will take place at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute involving two controlled diets, with 45 per cent of calories given either in the... Read more
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23d
express
You could lose weight and boost metabolism by changing when you eat - scientists explainfemales, comparing the impact of breakfast versus evening meal have not yet bee
express / Posted 23 days ago
females, comparing the impact of breakfast versus evening meal have not yet been conducted in the UK. Scientists at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute and the University of Surrey have received nearly £800,000 from the Medical Research... Read more
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Pendle Today
Study to examine whether bigger breakfast can help dieterswhether the time of day when participants eat the most food has an effect on we
Pendle Today / Posted 23 days ago
whether the time of day when participants eat the most food has an effect on weight loss. Trials will take place at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute involving two controlled diets, with 45% of calories given either in the morning or... Read more
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29d
Hampshire Chronicle
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Lancashire Telegraph
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Oxford Mail
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Oxford Mail / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Bury Times
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Bury Times / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Gazette
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
guardian-series
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
guardian-series / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Greenock Telegraph
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Harrow Times
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Harrow Times / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
This is West Country
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
This is West Country / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Gazette News
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Gazette News / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Bolton News
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Bolton News / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Belfast Telegraph
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortfound. An archaeological dig at Burghead Fort uncovered a Pictish longhouse an
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
found. An archaeological dig at Burghead Fort uncovered a Pictish longhouse and coins dating back more than 1,000 years (University of Aberdeen/PA) New Pictish remains have been discovered at a... Read more
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29d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Wandsworth Guardian
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
EveningTimes Online / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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29d
Croydon Guardian
Archaeologists find Pictish remains at Moray fortbeen discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-cent
Croydon Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development. Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen uncovered a longhouse and an 1,100-year-old anglo Saxon coin in a dig at Burghead Fort near... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Public servant on fraud chargesbiography, while in the UK she was a Research Fellow at the Universities of Lan
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
biography, while in the UK she was a Research Fellow at the Universities of Lancaster, Lecturer in Earth Sciences at the University of Aberdeen and the Open University, Geologist with the British Antarctic Survey, Researcher for BBC Science... Read more
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The News and Star
Inspirational paralympian honoured by University of Cumbriasuccess at a graduation ceremony in Carlisle Cathedral. At the age of 21, and
The News and Star / Posted 1 months ago
success at a graduation ceremony in Carlisle Cathedral. At the age of 21, and only six months into her PhD studies at the University of Aberdeen, a climbing accident left her paralysed from the chest down. Her positive attitude and determination... Read more
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express
Type 2 diabetes breakthrough - weight loss drug could TREAT symptomsand treatment starts, the better. Treating diabetes early reduces your risk of
express / Posted 1 months ago
and treatment starts, the better. Treating diabetes early reduces your risk of other health problems. Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute, in collaboration with teams from the Universities of Cambridge and Michigan, have... Read more
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