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San Francisco Chronicle
Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Help You Learn a New Language, Recent Study Saysbilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
bilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second language,” explained study co-author and University of Liverpool professor Dr. Inge Kersbergen. Of course, don’t overdo it. Getting smashed isn’t going to help you... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Help You Learn a New Language, Recent Study Saysbilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
bilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second language,” explained study co-author and University of Liverpool professor Dr. Inge Kersbergen. Of course, don’t overdo it. Getting smashed isn’t going to help you... Read more
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The News-Times
Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Help You Learn a New Language, Recent Study Saysbilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
bilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second language,” explained study co-author and University of Liverpool professor Dr. Inge Kersbergen. Of course, don’t overdo it. Getting smashed isn’t going to help you... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Help You Learn a New Language, Recent Study Saysbilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
bilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second language,” explained study co-author and University of Liverpool professor Dr. Inge Kersbergen. Of course, don’t overdo it. Getting smashed isn’t going to help you... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Help You Learn a New Language, Recent Study Saysbilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
bilinguals as a low dose of alcohol can improve their ability to speak a second language,” explained study co-author and University of Liverpool professor Dr. Inge Kersbergen. Of course, don’t overdo it. Getting smashed isn’t going to help you... Read more
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metro
Turns out getting drunk can help you learn languagesAt last! It turns out a few beers might make you better at foreign languages.
metro / Posted 2 days ago
At last! It turns out a few beers might make you better at foreign languages. Une bière, indeed. Researchers from the University of Liverpool, Maastricht University and King’s College London have found that ‘slightly intoxicated’ people had... Read more
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International Business Times
Drinking alcohol may improve your ability to speak a foreign language of alcohol may improve a person's speaking ability in a second language, accord
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
of alcohol may improve a person's speaking ability in a second language, according to a new collaborative study between the University of Liverpool, King's College London and Maastricht University. While alcohol is known to impair cognitive and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Plans revealed for Liverpool's own version of Times Square - and they're calling it Lime SquareWhat we want is the world’s best one.” The Knowledge Quarter includes the new
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
What we want is the world’s best one.” The Knowledge Quarter includes the new Royal and Clatterbridge hospitals, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, and Paddington Village.Lime street in front of the Adelphi... Read more
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WA Today
Evolving standards of the 'world's most beautiful' people show we are changingphysical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference ac
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
physical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference across human groups," says John Manning of the University of Liverpool in England. Manning has previously explained this, giving examples of Chinese men who used to prefer... Read more
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Canberra Times
Evolving standards of the 'world's most beautiful' people show we are changingphysical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference ac
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
physical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference across human groups," says John Manning of the University of Liverpool in England. Manning has previously explained this, giving examples of Chinese men who used to prefer... Read more
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The Age
Evolving standards of the 'world's most beautiful' people show we are changingphysical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference ac
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
physical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference across human groups," says John Manning of the University of Liverpool in England. Manning has previously explained this, giving examples of Chinese men who used to prefer... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Evolving standards of the 'world's most beautiful' people show we are changingphysical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference ac
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
physical beauty because there was much variance in appearance and preference across human groups," says John Manning of the University of Liverpool in England. Manning has previously explained this, giving examples of Chinese men who used to prefer... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool woman who quit uni to fight ISIS says she's scared to return to UK in case she is arrestedsaid: “I keep moving units because I want to stay on the front line as long as
Liverpool Echo / Posted 5 days ago
said: “I keep moving units because I want to stay on the front line as long as possible.” Miss Taylor studied Maths at the University of Liverpool University before dropping out of education and joining the Kurdish YPJ Women’s Protecting Unit.Read... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Wanted: Someone to help build JMU's new space telescope - and 10 other job vacanciesa small team, including those responsible for the 0-19 child health programme a
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
a small team, including those responsible for the 0-19 child health programme and the diabetes prevention programme. The University of Liverpool is looking for a safety proffesional to join their health and safety team. Paying up to £50,618 a... Read more
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Western Advocate
UK doctor to host mental health seminarMENTAL health community seminar is being held at Bathurst Hospital this week wi
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
MENTAL health community seminar is being held at Bathurst Hospital this week with the public invited to attend. UK University of Liverpool Professor of Clinical Psychology Peter Kinderman, author of A Prescription for Psychiatry, is the... Read more
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express
Fungal infections: New drug to treat life-threatening conditionson rare occasions The drug is the first antifungal treatment to be discovered
express / Posted 12 days ago
on rare occasions The drug is the first antifungal treatment to be discovered in the last 30 years, scientists from the University of Liverpool claimed. Invasive fungal infections are often deadly. After six weeks, up to 30 per cent of patients... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Why are more people dying on Merseyside?800 extra deaths were recorded and the rising trend has continued in the first
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
800 extra deaths were recorded and the rising trend has continued in the first eight months of 2017. Researchers at The University of Liverpool have found that rising mortality figures closely track, on a month-by-month basis, rises in levels of... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
What is happening with the former Liverpool Irish Centre?201-year-old building has been the subject of a series of failed enterprises, i
Liverpool Echo / Posted 17 days ago
201-year-old building has been the subject of a series of failed enterprises, including a proposed hotel. But the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University teamed up with Merseyside Building Preservation Trust and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool College re-opens kitchen days after mouse dropping discoveryfound issues that needed to be addressed. He added: “We have seen an increase
Liverpool Echo / Posted 18 days ago
found issues that needed to be addressed. He added: “We have seen an increase in mice on our playing fields while the University of Liverpool has been rebuilding its halls of residence next to our site “Following the discovery of evidence of... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Top Liverpool school closes kitchen after evidence of MOUSE DROPPINGS foundgrounds, on Queens Drive in Mossley Hill. He added: “We have seen an increase
Liverpool Echo / Posted 18 days ago
grounds, on Queens Drive in Mossley Hill. He added: “We have seen an increase in mice on our playing fields while the University of Liverpool has been rebuilding its halls of residence next to our site “Following the discovery of evidence of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Up to 8,000 deaths a year may be caused by rising bed-blockingdelayed being discharged, over previous levels, they found an increase of aroun
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
delayed being discharged, over previous levels, they found an increase of around seven deaths. Dr Mark Green at the University of Liverpool said the findings showed the need for extra funding for the NHS and social care. “Since 2014, the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggestsextra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the t
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
extra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the total increase. Dr Mark Green, from the University of Liverpool, who worked on the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health study, said flu was a factor in 2015... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggestsextra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the t
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 days ago
extra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the total increase. Dr Mark Green, from the University of Liverpool, who worked on the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health study, said flu was a factor in 2015... Read more
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The News and Star
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggestsextra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the t
The News and Star / Posted 19 days ago
extra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the total increase. Dr Mark Green, from the University of Liverpool, who worked on the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health study, said flu was a factor in 2015... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggestsextra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the t
Whitehaven News / Posted 19 days ago
extra deaths in the 75 and over age group in 2015 - accounting for 86% of the total increase. Dr Mark Green, from the University of Liverpool, who worked on the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health study, said flu was a factor in 2015... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Wanting a body just like Kim Kardashian's... and 19 of the other reasons why adolescent girls are so depressedadolescent girls at the age of 14 were depressed (compared with 9% of boys). On
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
adolescent girls at the age of 14 were depressed (compared with 9% of boys). One of the authors, Praveetha Patalay of the University of Liverpool, said that: "Compared to previous generations, there seem to be increasing problems, particularly in... Read more
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asianage
Baa Baa Land: A film they want you to fall asleep inmany health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study
asianage / Posted 20 days ago
many health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study of mental health apps by researchers at the University of Liverpool found that many digital mental health products suffered from “a lack of scientific credibility and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Baa Baa Land: This 'dullest movie ever' may cure insomniamany health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
many health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study of mental health apps by researchers at the University of Liverpool found that many digital mental health products suffered from “a lack of scientific credibility and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Baa Baa Land: a film they want you to fall asleep inmany health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
many health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study of mental health apps by researchers at the University of Liverpool found that many digital mental health products suffered from "a lack of scientific credibility and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Baa Baa Land - a film they want you to fall asleep inmany health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
many health apps struggle to deliver on their promised benefits. A 2015 study of mental health apps by researchers at the University of Liverpool found that many digital mental health products suffered from "a lack of scientific credibility and... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
High fives at Windermere start with Liverpool winWindermere 5 University of Liverpool 2 WINDERMERE men made a winning start to
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Windermere 5 University of Liverpool 2 WINDERMERE men made a winning start to their North League Two (West) season with a deserved 5-2 victory over the University of Liverpool. The Cumbria Cup holders showed the fitness from their extensive... Read more
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soccernews
Top 10 Players with Weirdest Careers After Footballnot exactly capable of making it in an educational aspect. However, as a holder
soccernews / Posted 27 days ago
not exactly capable of making it in an educational aspect. However, as a holder of first-class chemistry degree from the University of Liverpool, the former Wales international became a teacher of chemistry at a school in Chester. Horne did not... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Best friends dance to national selectionpsychology at Newcastle University, while Miss Evans is about to go into the se
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
psychology at Newcastle University, while Miss Evans is about to go into the second year of her Geography degree at the university of Liverpool. They have previously won national tournaments and came second at the European championships in... Read more
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chad
Free movement of pets putting Britons and their dog at risk from parasitic eye infectioncountries. Postdoctoral Research Associate John Graham-Brown at the Liverpool
chad / Posted 28 days ago
countries. Postdoctoral Research Associate John Graham-Brown at the Liverpool Veterinary Parasitology Diagnostics, University of Liverpool, pointed out all three dogs received treatment and made a full recovery. He said: “The risks of... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Free movement of pets putting Britons and their dog at risk from parasitic eye infectioncountries. Postdoctoral Research Associate John Graham-Brown at the Liverpool
Derbyshire Times / Posted 28 days ago
countries. Postdoctoral Research Associate John Graham-Brown at the Liverpool Veterinary Parasitology Diagnostics, University of Liverpool, pointed out all three dogs received treatment and made a full recovery. He said: “The risks of... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Plan to reopen city centre railway station after a HUNDRED YEARS moves closerto economic pressures and never reopened. Its entrance was on Parliament Street
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
to economic pressures and never reopened. Its entrance was on Parliament Street. In 2015, architecture students from the University of Liverpool produced visions of what a reopened station could look like.Read More A spokesperson for... Read more
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New Kerala
One in four teen girls at increased risk of depressed: newkerala news #273962found that one in four adolescent girls, especially poor, are at an increased r
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
found that one in four adolescent girls, especially poor, are at an increased risk of depression. The researchers from the University of Liverpool and University College London found that a quarter of girls (24 percent) and one in 10 boys (9... Read more
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asianage
One in four teen girls at increased risk of depressedfound that one in four adolescent girls, especially poor, are at an increased r
asianage / Posted 30 days ago
found that one in four adolescent girls, especially poor, are at an increased risk of depression. The researchers from the University of Liverpool and University College London found that a quarter of girls (24 percent) and one in 10 boys (9... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Depression rising in teenage girlsThe researchers from the University of Liverpool and University College London
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
The researchers from the University of Liverpool and University College London found that a quarter of girls (24 percent) and one in 10 boys (9 percent) are depressed at age 14. Lead author Dr Praveetha Patalay said that in the recent years there has... Read more
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