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Daily Telegraph
Dog owners warned about taking pets on Bank Holiday breaks over deadly diseases riskthe Lake District, the North Yorkshire Moors and the Highlands. Professor Rich
Dog owners warned about taking pets on Bank Holiday breaks over deadly diseases risk
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the Lake District, the North Yorkshire Moors and the Highlands. Professor Richard Wall, Professor of Zoology at the University of Bristol, said: "Although clinical cases of Babesiosis have been confirmed in Essex, we are still unsure of the... Read more
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EarthSky
Dinosaurs already in decline before asteroid apocalypse?their ultimate demise, dinosaurs were beginning to lose their edge as the domin
Dinosaurs already in decline before asteroid apocalypse?
EarthSky / Posted 3 days ago
their ultimate demise, dinosaurs were beginning to lose their edge as the dominant species on Earth. Mike Benton of the University of Bristol is one of the co-authors of the research. He said: All the evidence shows that the dinosaurs, which... Read more
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PhysOrg
Birds of prey constrained in the beak evolution raceresearch does not cast doubt on Darwin's ideas, far from it," said project lead
Birds of prey constrained in the beak evolution race
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
research does not cast doubt on Darwin's ideas, far from it," said project lead Professor Emily Rayfield, of the University of Bristol. "Instead it demonstrates how evolution has constrained raptor skulls to a particular range of... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Pressure on GPs close to ‘saturation point’according to the NHS, after it was found workloads have risen almost 20 per cen
Pressure on GPs close to ‘saturation point’
Weston Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
according to the NHS, after it was found workloads have risen almost 20 per cent in seven years. A study from the University of Bristol and Oxford University took in 100 million patient consultations in England, and found GPs had been... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Northern Echo
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Kingston Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Streatham Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Bury Times
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Gazette
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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guardian-series
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Harrow Times
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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This is West Country
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Gazette News
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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Bolton News
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researcherscautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, pr
Morning flu jabs do more good, say researchers
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
cautiously welcomed the study but said more research was needed. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol, said it would be " important to assess whether these early results translate into better protection... Read more
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PhysOrg
Physicists detect the enigmatic spin momentum of lightorders of magnitude weaker than the usual radiation pressure. Now, based on th
Physicists detect the enigmatic spin momentum of light
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
orders of magnitude weaker than the usual radiation pressure. Now, based on the theoretical work, a group from RIKEN, the University of Bristol, and other institutions have used an extremely precise technique to experimentally verify that light... Read more
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New Kerala
How insects find out diseased plants - newkerala.com #53748work carried out has been within the visible wavelengths of light," said resear
How insects find out diseased plants - newkerala.com #53748
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
work carried out has been within the visible wavelengths of light," said researcher Gary Foster, a professor at the University of Bristol in England. "However, we know insects can see polarized light regions, and this research does in fact... Read more
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examiner.com
School influences girls' chances of being diagnosed with an eating disorderattends. This conclusion was reached by a joint UK-Swedish research team. Rese
School influences girls' chances of being diagnosed with an eating disorder
examiner.com / Posted 7 days ago
attends. This conclusion was reached by a joint UK-Swedish research team. Researchers from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine found... Read more
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PhysOrg
A trick of the light may help diseased plants attract greenflylight differently to attract the attention of disease-spreading greenfly, new r
A trick of the light may help diseased plants attract greenfly
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
light differently to attract the attention of disease-spreading greenfly, new research suggests. Scientists from the University of Bristol have shown for the first time that plant viruses alter the surface of leaves, influencing how light is... Read more
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redOrbit
Dinosaurs were in decline long before the meteor struck, study findsaround, dominating terrestrial ecosystems for 150 million years, somehow lost t
Dinosaurs were in decline long before the meteor struck, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 8 days ago
around, dominating terrestrial ecosystems for 150 million years, somehow lost the ability to speciate fast enough,” added University of Bristol Professor Mike Benton, also one of the paper’s co-authors. “This was likely to have contributed to... Read more
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The Columbian
Dinosaurs were already dying when asteroid hitof millions of years before the asteroid impact that finally wiped them out, sc
Dinosaurs were already dying when asteroid hit
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
of millions of years before the asteroid impact that finally wiped them out, scientists from the University of Reading and University of Bristol have found. The question of whether dinosaurs were already in decline before the asteroid put an... Read more
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metro
Has GBBO's Nadiya used eggs from caged hens to make the Queen's birthday cake?suggests hens in cages have ‘happier lives’ than free range. Professor Christi
Has GBBO's Nadiya used eggs from caged hens to make the Queen's birthday cake?
metro / Posted 9 days ago
suggests hens in cages have ‘happier lives’ than free range. Professor Christine Nicol, who led the research at the University of Bristol, found that birds raised in ‘enriched cages’ had fewer fractures, lower mortality, lower stress levels... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Could Herts County Council be expected to pick up the bill for new Harpenden secondary school?when the new site is ready. • Alexander Thomas, a second year PhD candidate in
Could Herts County Council be expected to pick up the bill for new Harpenden secondary school?
Herts Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
when the new site is ready. • Alexander Thomas, a second year PhD candidate in archaeology and anthropology at the University of Bristol, has returned to Batford Farm to carry out a ground penetrating radar survey as he is concerned about... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Croydon Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Streatham Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Bury Times
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Bury Times / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Gazette
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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guardian-series
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
guardian-series / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Harrow Times
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Harrow Times / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Gazette News
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Gazette News / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Bolton News
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Bolton News / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schoolsare more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of
Diagnosed eating disorders could be 'more likely' at all-girls schools
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder, according to a team of experts from Oxford University, UCL, the University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The... Read more
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