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Daily Mail
Princess Beatrice stuns in a VERY racy slip dressthrough her cousin Prince William who became friendly with Dave while he was do
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
through her cousin Prince William who became friendly with Dave while he was doing a study abroad programme at the University of Edinburgh. However, it was rumoured that the relationship between the two men cooled as William considered... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Hormone changes could increase asthma risk in womenthe differences between men and women in the incidence and severity of the cond
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
the differences between men and women in the incidence and severity of the condition. Carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh, the major review analyzed more than 50 studies which together looked at more than 500,000 women with... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Here’s how female hormones are linked to asthmadown to variations in levels of hormones, including estrogen and progesterone,
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
down to variations in levels of hormones, including estrogen and progesterone, but the link is unclear. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh reviewed more than 50 studies of women with asthma from puberty to 75 years of age. They found that... Read more
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asianage
Here’s how female hormones are linked to asthmadown to variations in levels of hormones, including estrogen and progesterone,
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
down to variations in levels of hormones, including estrogen and progesterone, but the link is unclear. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh reviewed more than 50 studies of women with asthma from puberty to 75 years of age. They found that... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lady Amelia Windsor stuns in W Magazine spreadWeek, firmly intends to pursue a career in the fashion industry She is current
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Week, firmly intends to pursue a career in the fashion industry She is currently majoring in French and Italian at The University of Edinburgh, in order to be able to 'communicate with everyone' The royal, 22, is the daughter of George Windsor... Read more
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Daily Mail
Starting their period early increases women's later risk of asthmatime before 11 years old puts girls at a greater risk of suffering from the inf
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
time before 11 years old puts girls at a greater risk of suffering from the inflammatory airway disease, a study by the University of Edinburgh found today. Self-reported irregular menstruation also raises women's risk of experiencing certain... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Antibiotics fail in fifth of post-op infections22 per cent of cases were found to be resistant to the antibiotics which should
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
22 per cent of cases were found to be resistant to the antibiotics which should have protected them. The study, led by the University of Edinburgh, tracked more than 13,000 patients in 66 countries, including those in the UK, who were undergoing... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Powys County Times
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Powys County Times / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Bury Times
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Bury Times / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Gazette
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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guardian-series
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
guardian-series / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Harrow Times
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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This is West Country
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
This is West Country / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Gazette News
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Gazette News / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Bolton News
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Bolton News / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Lightning may strike less as planet warms, say scientistsgases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the
Croydon Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change. Dr Declan Finney of the University of Leeds, formerly of the University of Edinburgh, said: “This research questions the reliability of previous projections of lightning and encourages... Read more
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EuroNews
Scots scientists grow first ever human egg to maturitysystem will allow us to study the process in more detail," said Professor Evely
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
system will allow us to study the process in more detail," said Professor Evelyn Telfer, School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh. Cautiously optimistic Also watching cautiously are women like Stephanie Trussler who was diagnosed... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Mary Ellen Thiele Rooney, Formerly Of Bridgehampton Dies February 5 - Bridgehamptonboldly announced to her parents that she was to set sail for adventure. She gra
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 9 days ago
boldly announced to her parents that she was to set sail for adventure. She graduated from St. Lawrence University via the University of Edinburgh and hit New York City ready to take the publishing world by storm. Her life never followed a... Read more
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News.com.au
First human eggs produced in laboratoryeggs grown in a laboratory, saying the breakthrough could lead to improved fert
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
eggs grown in a laboratory, saying the breakthrough could lead to improved fertility treatments. The scientists at the University of Edinburgh said on Friday they had cultured egg cells, after their removal from ovarian tissue at the earliest... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Women struggling to get pregnant may have a safer option after this ‘big breakthrough’A “big breakthrough” from researchers offers promising results for women strugg
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
A “big breakthrough” from researchers offers promising results for women struggling to get pregnant. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom and the Center for Human Reproduction in New York say they have grown human eggs... Read more
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FOX News
Human eggs grown in lab for first time, creating hope for young females with cancer-- and the development could aid in the fertility of children undergoing cancer
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
-- and the development could aid in the fertility of children undergoing cancer treatment, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Because chemotherapy and radiotherapy can make one sterile, women can freeze their eggs... Read more
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FOX News
Human eggs grown in lab for first time, creating hope for young females with cancer-- and the development could aid in the fertility of children undergoing cancer
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
-- and the development could aid in the fertility of children undergoing cancer treatment, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Because chemotherapy and radiotherapy can make one sterile, women can freeze their eggs... Read more
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metro
World without women moves closer as human eggs are grown in lab for first timeA magnification of a lab-grown fully matured human egg ready for fertilisation
metro / Posted 10 days ago
A magnification of a lab-grown fully matured human egg ready for fertilisation (Picture: Reuters/University of Edinburgh) Scientists have grown human eggs in a laboratory in an experiment which heralds a world where women are no longer needed to... Read more
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asianage
Human eggs fully grown in lab for first time, raises hopes of infertility treatmentdevelopment, this is the first time a human egg has been developed in a lab fro
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
development, this is the first time a human egg has been developed in a lab from its earliest stage to full maturity. The University of Edinburgh academics will now look at whether they can be fertilised. Speaking about the breakthrough, lead... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Breakthrough: Human eggs fully grown in lab for first timedevelopment, this is the first time a human egg has been developed in a lab fro
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
development, this is the first time a human egg has been developed in a lab from its earliest stage to full maturity. The University of Edinburgh academics will now look at whether they can be fertilised. Speaking about the breakthrough, lead... Read more
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DW
Scientists grow early-stage human eggs in lab to full maturity |Human Reproduction, could be used to create new fertility treatments in the fut
DW / Posted 10 days ago
Human Reproduction, could be used to create new fertility treatments in the future. The work by researchers at the University of Edinburgh and the Center for Human Reproduction took ovarian tissue and matured it to the point at which it... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Human eggs grown to maturity in lab: researchersfirst time a human egg has been developed in the lab from its earliest stage to
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
first time a human egg has been developed in the lab from its earliest stage to full maturity,” said a statement from the University of Edinburgh. Experts who did not take part in the research hailed the achievement as promising, but stressed it... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Can the African Union rise from the ashes?going to be business as usual in Africa. opednews.com Melodie studied internat
Op-Ed News / Posted 12 days ago
going to be business as usual in Africa. opednews.com Melodie studied international affairs and African politics at the University of Edinburgh with stints in various African countries for her thesis research. Share Author on Social Media Go To... Read more
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heraldscotland
Circular economy champion links whisky and fish feed tradesthe idea into a business involved finding people who were able to help get the
heraldscotland / Posted 14 days ago
the idea into a business involved finding people who were able to help get the ball rolling. I approached the University of Edinburgh (where I was studying at the time) and was guided to their commercialization team. The initial... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
'Australian flu': It's not from Australiaaccording to Italian folklore from centuries past. Influenza entered the Engli
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 16 days ago
according to Italian folklore from centuries past. Influenza entered the English vocabulary in 1703, when J. Hugger of the University of Edinburgh used the word to describe the flu in a medical thesis. Much more is known today about what actually... Read more
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Daily Mail
How ibuprofen damages the fertility of unborn girlsof daughters of women who took ibuprofen while in their first three months of p
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
of daughters of women who took ibuprofen while in their first three months of pregnancy.’ Last month scientists from the University of Edinburgh carried out similar tests on paracetamol and found that mothers taking the drug during pregnancy... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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The News and Star
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Whitehaven News
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
Whitehaven News / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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guardian-series
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
guardian-series / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Harrow Times
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
Harrow Times / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Gazette News
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
Gazette News / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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This is West Country
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
This is West Country / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Bolton News
£400,000 pay package for new principal defended by University of EdinburghThe University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new princi
Bolton News / Posted 18 days ago
The University of Edinburgh has defended the “incredible” pay of its new principal. Professor Peter Mathieson, who starts this month, is said to be the highest-paid figure in Scottish higher education with a basic salary of £342,000 – £85,000 more... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Nine universities to be hit by strikes in pension rowdown. The universities in Scotland that will be affected are: The University o
Thame Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
down. The universities in Scotland that will be affected are: The University of Aberdeen, the University of Dundee, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Glasgow, Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, St Andrews University, the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Nine universities to be hit by strikes in pension rowdown. The universities in Scotland that will be affected are: The University o
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 21 days ago
down. The universities in Scotland that will be affected are: The University of Aberdeen, the University of Dundee, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Glasgow, Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, St Andrews University, the... Read more
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