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Clocking on to Sleep

Clocking on to Sleep

Posted by es328 at Mar 23, 2017 10:57 AM |

Ahead of the change to British Summer Time on Sunday 26 March, Professor Jim Horne explains the effect of daylight savings on sleep and the brain

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Pregnancy in landscape – the rise of the banner bump

Pregnancy in landscape – the rise of the banner bump

Posted by ap507 at Mar 15, 2017 03:42 PM |

PhD researcher Julia Clark discusses how stock imagery could be more imaginative in representing the vast and varied life experience of pregnancy

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Does a lack of sleep really make children overweight? Here’s the science

Does a lack of sleep really make children overweight? Here’s the science

Posted by ap507 at Mar 14, 2017 09:50 AM |

Professor Jim Horne writes article for The Conversation about how sleep has a much smaller – and only a slowly developing – impact on body weight than is often assumed

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Are we really a sleepless society?

Are we really a sleepless society?

Posted by es328 at Mar 13, 2017 10:26 AM |

At the start of Brain Awareness Week 2017, Professor Jim Horne discusses modern sleep habits

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Magnesium could offer fresh hope to tinnitus sufferers

Magnesium could offer fresh hope to tinnitus sufferers

Posted by ap507 at Mar 08, 2017 09:42 AM |

Dr Martine Hamann writes article for The Conversation on research into tinnitus

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World Cancer Day 2017 - and a tale of three Presidents of the United States

World Cancer Day 2017 - and a tale of three Presidents of the United States

Posted by es328 at Feb 06, 2017 10:14 AM |

Following World Cancer Day 2017 on 4 February, Professor Martin Dyer (pictured) discusses the ongoing fight against the disease in relation to three Presidents of the US

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