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2014/10/24 11:32
2014/10/24 11:32
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Drinking a pint of beer each day can double a man’s odds of fathering children, while vegetarians and vegans have lower sperm counts than meat-eaters, according to new research presented recently at...
2014/10/24 11:32
2014/10/24 11:32
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2014/10/23 12:43
2014/10/23 12:43
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Shoppers milling around Sheffield’s Devonshire Quarter can easily find themselves picking up custom made clothes, a vintage brooch or an old jazz record. But locals are now fighting against...
2014/10/20 16:37
2014/10/20 16:37
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With a growing population and the declining standard of British farmland, scientists warned that we are on course for an “agricultural crisis” unless dramatic action is taken. Despite the traditional...
2014/10/20 05:34
2014/10/20 05:34
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REUTERSThe researchers found the effects occurred when more than 7.5 units of alcohol a week - with the average pint of beer (about 560ml) containing around 2.3 units. London - Just four pints of...
2014/10/17 16:38
2014/10/17 16:38
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A national sports presenter and former NCTJ graduate will host the organisation’s 2014 Awards for Excellence. BBC Football Focus anchor Dan Walker, who completed an MA in journalism at the University...
2014/10/17 16:08
2014/10/17 16:08
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DP Medical Ltd has secured a deal with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (STHFT) to become the first NHS Trust in the country to adopt ZedScan™ as part of its cervical cancer care...
2014/10/17 11:38
2014/10/17 11:38
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An App could soon ensure that people affected by motor neuron disease (MND) get access to specialist care and support when they need it and prevent unnecessary trips to doctor. MND is a progressive...
2014/10/16 12:38
2014/10/16 12:38
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Certain drugs can help reverse the effects caused by Parkinson's disease, a study on fruit flies shows. Mutations in a gene called LRRK2 carry a well-established risk for Parkinson's disease. The...
2014/10/16 10:30
2014/10/16 10:30
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Magnetic materials that store data in hard disc drives may also perform calculations and take on the role of a computer’s central processing unit (CPU), scientists say. Using computer simulations,...
2014/10/15 16:24
2014/10/15 16:24
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And a further 81,706 are considered to be drinking at ‘very heavy levels which significantly increases the risk of damaging their health and may have already caused some harm to their health’...
2014/10/14 15:51
2014/10/14 15:51
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Deadly virus capable of WIPING OUT human race could fall from SPACE at any moment DEADLY viruses capable of WIPING OUT HUMANITY could land on Earth from space at any moment, scientists have...
2014/10/11 14:09
2014/10/11 14:09
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Ucas also suggests that applicants “avoid mentioning universities or colleges by name, and ideally choose similar subjects”. Ucas is warning here about the dangers of applying for two different...
2014/10/10 11:39
2014/10/10 11:39
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Dr Alasdair Cochrane, Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Sheffield, comments on animal rights in light of a court case to decide if a chimpanzee has the right to bodily integrity and...
2014/10/10 08:31
2014/10/10 08:31
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Dereham tot Phyllisity Ramm is sent oxygen to help her sleepBaby Phyllisty Ramm from Dereham, needs a CPAP machine to help her breath while she sleeps, but the NHS wont fund pay the £755 for the...
2014/10/08 13:42
2014/10/08 13:42
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The new study, published in print today in the journal Nano Letters, demonstrates how stable 'lipid membranes' -- the thin 'skin' that surrounds all biological cells -- can be applied to synthetic...
2014/10/08 13:37
2014/10/08 13:37
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That's according to researchers at the University of Sheffield, and the University of Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, who claim this picture of particulate matter in the Earth's stratosphere is...
2014/10/08 13:26
2014/10/08 13:26
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Canberrans gather to view rare blood moon eclipse at Mount Stromlo Keen astronomers gathered at Mount Stromlo Observatory in Canberra on Wednesday night to glimpse the blood red moon during a rare...
2014/10/08 13:09
2014/10/08 13:09
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Twitter: Tamsen Orme - .@jk_rowling's cryptic tweet,"Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry!" is clearly an anagram meant to warn us that her "fur work canoe may fray." Duh. A day after Rowling's initial tweet,...
2014/10/07 09:28
2014/10/07 09:28
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... -- Andy Lewis' dream died when he was 16. Just out of school, the Englishman had been accepted for an elite traineeship with the army when he was hit by a truck, which resulted in most of his...
2014/10/07 04:38
2014/10/07 04:38
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The Times chief investigative reporter Andrew Norfolk admits he spends little time talking to newsroom colleagues about the string of exclusive stories that have taken him deep into the dark world of...
2014/10/24 11:32
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