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2014/10/23 15:17
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Beetroot Beneficial for Athletes and Heart Failure Patients, Research Finds Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsPhysiology Newswise — MANHATTAN, Kansas — Football teams are claiming it...
2014/10/23 15:17
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2014/10/23 07:26
2014/10/23 07:26
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DIWALI or Deepavali is the most important festival of the year for Hindus, which is also known at the Festival of Light and is being celebrated at the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus on...
2014/10/20 04:28
2014/10/20 04:28
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... State’ Sectarianism is Not CoincidentalFriday, 17 October 2014, 4:52 pmColumn: Ramzy BaroudThe Missing Context: ‘Islamic State’ Sectarianism is Not Coincidentalby Ramzy BaroudOctober 16,...
2014/10/17 15:36
2014/10/17 15:36
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New research led by the University of Exeter has found that species that live in and erode coral reefs will play a major role in determining the future of reefs. The research, which is published in...
2014/10/16 19:08
2014/10/16 19:08
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A new study will be examining the implications of when and how NHS healthcare professionals re-contact patients with new genetic information that may impact their health or that of their family. The...
2014/10/16 16:05
2014/10/16 16:05
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... Indoor air quality concerns more than just the fumes and smoke in the house. Dampness and mould pose health risks too, especially for people living with asthma. Researchers warn that people's...
2014/10/15 18:39
2014/10/15 18:39
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Research from the University of Exeter has revealed that the rock goby (Gobius paganellus), an unassuming little fish commonly found in rock pools around Britain, southern Europe, and North Africa, is...
2014/10/15 06:08
2014/10/15 06:08
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Call for urgent prioritization of multimorbidity research to guide policy In the context of an aging population, the number of cases of people with multimorbidity, or multiple health conditions, is...
2014/10/14 12:26
2014/10/14 12:26
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THE Exmoor Tourism Conference will be held at the Beach Hotel in Minehead on November 6 from 9.15am to 4.15pm. The conference, for local tourism providers, will have key note speeches from experts in...
2014/10/14 01:21
2014/10/14 01:21
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Climate change is being slowed by plants far more than expected, researchers reveal Researchers say impact of rising CO2 levels on plant growth has been underestimated by 16 per cent Claim this has...
2014/10/12 22:21
2014/10/12 22:21
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The mid-life shame of moving back in with mum and dad: How failed relationships are forcing more and more middle aged women back into their childhood bedrooms Clare Harrison has been living with her...
2014/10/11 13:04
2014/10/11 13:04
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FROM the prowling menace that was Jaws to the recovering fishaholic on Finding Nemo, Hollywood tends to portray sharks one way — nasty. Jabberjaw — the animated crime-fighting, rock-drumming great...
2014/10/10 14:38
2014/10/10 14:38
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A new study has found that people who live close to the coasts are likelier to be physical active than the ones who don't. The research by the team from the University of Exeter Medical School...
2014/10/10 13:39
2014/10/10 13:39
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Virtual worlds similar to those experienced by game-players of the global phenomena Minecraft and SimCity could be used to help test potential new water infrastructure development in the UK. Experts...
2014/10/09 11:39
2014/10/09 11:39
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Researchers are calling for animal cognition experts and conservationists to come together to help animals adapt their behaviour to changing environmental issues and aid their own preservation. For...
2014/10/09 03:05
2014/10/09 03:05
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Not just a scary face: sharks 'are smart and capable of complex interactions'. Photo: Melinda Houston Shyness and sociability are characteristics generally associated with people, but a new study...
2014/10/09 00:49
2014/10/09 00:49
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It’s no secret that if your parents are tall, you are tall as well. But fully understanding the genetics of height has been a big order for scientists. Researchers unveil what they call the biggest...
2014/10/06 17:42
2014/10/06 17:42
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Exeter scientists have now shown that signalling organelles, known as 'early endosomes' act as long distance messengers in the fungi. They travel rapidly along long tube-like cells between the...
2014/10/06 16:42
2014/10/06 16:42
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The paper shows how such pollution, known as aerosols, can have an impact on the natural environment and highlights the importance of considering these factors in assessments of future climate...
2014/10/06 06:18
2014/10/06 06:18
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Scientists said on Sunday they had pinpointed nearly 700 genetic variations that determine human height, more than tripling the haul in research that could aid the fight against stature-related...
2014/10/23 15:17
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