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Why ‘sugar-free’ is not recommended as a substitute for sugary drinks and foods article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Why ‘sugar-free’ is not recommended as a substitute for sugary drinks and foods

Should children be consuming artificial sweeteners? And, furthermore, what research supports or discourages the consumption of 'sugar-free' products?

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

World Health Day

Thursday 7th April 2016 is World Health Day. The main goals of the 2016 campaign are to increase awareness about the rise in diabetes and its staggering burden and consequences. 

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Can rabies be eliminated from Asia by 2020? article icon

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Can rabies be eliminated from Asia by 2020?

The World Health Organisation wants rabies eradicated from Asia in the next five years. They've got an uphill struggle, reports Mary-Rose Abraham.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Counting the crisis - in the UK

If you put HIV AIDS statistics UK into Google, it returns a list of about 173,000 web pages - over three pages for each of the 50,000 or so people living with HIV/AIDS in the UK. How is anyone to make sense of all this information? Kevin McConway provides a brief guide to statistics on HIV and AIDS in the UK and worldwide

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Society, Politics & Law 

Counting The Crisis - Worldwide

Counting the numbers of people with HIV infection in a country like the UK can be relatively simple. Tracking the numbers worldwide calls for a broader approach. Discover who's Counting The Crisis worldwide

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Uganda's HIV response article icon

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Uganda's HIV response

Doreen Kibuka-Musoke explores how Uganda coped with the millions of families hit by HIV-AIDS

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Acupuncture

Rosey Grandage explores the history of acupuncture's relationship with Western medicine

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History & The Arts 

Ethical Science

Can science be ethical as well as innovative? Should it even try? Barbara Brockbank considers the issues.

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Why is childbirth a medical procedure? article icon

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Why is childbirth a medical procedure?

Sarah Earle examines the developing degree of medical intervention in birth

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Disasters don't have maps article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

Disasters don't have maps

Joyce's response to the final lecture of the 2005 series of Reith lectures

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Patterns of disease - looking at the evidence

Course extract from Preparing For Development - Patterns of Disease - Looking at the Evidence

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Society, Politics & Law 

Gender and Disease

Course extract from Preparing For Development - Gender and Disease

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