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Ice expert approaches watchdog over mediareport

Ice expert approaches watchdog over mediareport

Professor Peter Wadhams, Cambridge professor of ocean physics and leading Arctic sea ice experts has appealed to the press watchdog against a media report claiming that he thought assassins may have m

Study shows air pollution claimed 9,500 lives in London

Study shows air pollution claimed 9,500 lives in London

According to a new study, air pollution claimed the lives of almost 9,500 people in London during the year 2010.

Smelliest titan arum plant blooms in Edinburgh

Smelliest titan arum plant blooms in Edinburgh

A plant named, titan arum, which is often referred to as the smelliest plant in the world, has bloomed under the care of horticulture experts in Edinburgh in Scotland.

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

Medical experts have said that the alcohol drinking limits in the UK is at unsafe level and must be lowered especially following concerns from doctors that the guidelines are not tough enough.

London noise levels affecting population

London noise levels affecting population

According to a new study, the high level of noise pollution in the city of London is affecting the health of residents and may be linked to early death and a greater risk of stroke.

Mediterranean diet reduces risk of womb cancer, study

Mediterranean diet reduces risk of womb cancer, study

According to a new study, adapting a Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce to risk of getting womb cancer.The researchers found that those who followed a Mediterranean diet have lowered their ri

Newer contraceptive pills may be linked to risk of blood clots

Newer contraceptive pills may be linked to risk of blood clots

A new study has suggested that the new contraceptive pills might be linked to higher risk of serious blood clots.

Investigation after surgeon allegedly used a ‘rusty hacksaw’

Investigation after surgeon allegedly used a ‘rusty hacksaw’

Authorities have launched an investigation after it was alleged that a surgeonused a 'rusty hacksaw' to amputate a patient's leg at Ayr Hospital in Scotland.

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Research to study perception of insects as food in Australia

A group of researchers are planning to conduct a research study into the perception of insects as food among consumers in Australia.

The team from the University of Adelaide is aiming to study consumer perceptions and attitudes to eating insects. The researchers are planning to begin the study with an online consumer survey at the...

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