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News-Medical-Net
Health professionals should make parents aware of SIDS risk factorssudden infant death: a mixed-methods study of bereaved parents' and professiona
Health professionals should make parents aware of SIDS risk factors
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
sudden infant death: a mixed-methods study of bereaved parents' and professionals' experiences, by Dr Joanna Garstang of Warwick Medical School has been published in BMJ Open; Dr Garstang was funded by an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship. Dr... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Eating a little bit of chocolate each day could REDUCE your risk of diseasespublished in the British Journal of Nutrition, was conducted by the Luxembourg
Eating a little bit of chocolate each day could REDUCE your risk of diseases
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
published in the British Journal of Nutrition, was conducted by the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. Prof Saverio Stranges, visiting... Read more
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walesonline
Why eating chocolate could REDUCE your risk of heart diseasepublished in the British Journal of Nutrition, was conducted by the Luxembourg
Why eating chocolate could REDUCE your risk of heart disease
walesonline / Posted 20 days ago
published in the British Journal of Nutrition, was conducted by the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. A study has shown that eating small... Read more
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Calcutta News
Researchers: Chocolates are good for youeducation levels than those who didn’t like eating chocolates. Saverio Strange
Researchers: Chocolates are good for you
Calcutta News / Posted 21 days ago
education levels than those who didn’t like eating chocolates. Saverio Stranges, visiting academic at the University of Warwick Medical School in England has said, “Given the growing body of evidence, including our own study, cocoa-based... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Choc a day 'keeps heart pumping'risk factor to cardiovascular disease. Researchers at the Luxembourg Institute
Choc a day 'keeps heart pumping'
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 22 days ago
risk factor to cardiovascular disease. Researchers at the Luxembourg Institute of Health, the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine studied data from 1153 people aged 18... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Daily chocolate consumption may improve cardio-metabolic healthinsulin resistance. That's one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Ins
Daily chocolate consumption may improve cardio-metabolic health
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
insulin resistance. That's one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. Data of 1,153 people aged 18-69 years... Read more
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Medical News Today
Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of diabetes, heart diseaseand heart disease, say researchers. Study co-author Prof. Saverio Stranges - v
Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of diabetes, heart disease
Medical News Today / Posted 25 days ago
and heart disease, say researchers. Study co-author Prof. Saverio Stranges - visiting academic of the University of Warwick Medical School, United Kingdom, and scientific director of the Department of Population Health at the Luxembourg... Read more
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express
Could THIS delicious treat REDUCE the risk of heart disease and diabetes?Journal of Nutrition. That’s one of the research findings from the Luxembourg
Could THIS delicious treat REDUCE the risk of heart disease and diabetes?
express / Posted 25 days ago
Journal of Nutrition. That’s one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. Data from 1,153 people aged 18 to 69... Read more
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New Kerala
Eat dark chocolate to curb diabetes, heart disease risk! - newkerala.com #56416results need to be supported by robust trial evidence," said Saverio Stranges,
Eat dark chocolate to curb diabetes, heart disease risk! - newkerala.com #56416
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
results need to be supported by robust trial evidence," said Saverio Stranges, visiting academic at the University of Warwick Medical School in England. "Potential applications of this knowledge include recommendations by healthcare... Read more
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FOX News
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school agepersistence into adolescence," said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Ps
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age
FOX News / Posted 1 months ago
persistence into adolescence," said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences at Warwick Medical School U.K., who was not part of the new study. Issues that were not present at age 4 but emerged at age 5... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school agepersistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Ps
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
persistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences at Warwick Medical School U.K., who was not part of the new study. Issues that were not present at age 4 but emerged at age 5... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age: studypersistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Ps
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age: study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
persistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences at Warwick Medical School U.K., who was not part of the new study. Issues that were not present at age 4 but emerged at age 5... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school agepersistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Ps
Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 1 months ago
persistence into adolescence,” said Dieter Wolke, professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences at Warwick Medical School U.K., who was not part of the new study. Issues that were not present at age 4 but emerged at age 5... Read more
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