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Welfare supporters better informed than sceptics, study suggests
People who support greater state involvement in delivering services know more about economics and welfare provision than those favouring smaller government, research suggests.
Global surge in cancer cases among under-50s
Global cancer cases in people under the age of 50 have risen by 79 per cent between 1990 and 2019, according to new research.
Women more severely affected by ME/CFS
Women with ME/CFS tend to have more symptoms and co-occurring conditions than men, according to the first results from the world’s largest study of the disease.
Sign language glossary goes for green growth
Experts at Edinburgh have helped created a glossary of environmental terms to make climate science and biodiversity research more accessible to deaf people.
New tech is step towards lab-grown blood vessels
Innovative technology that creates ultra-thin layers of human cells in tube-like structures could spur development of lifelike blood vessels and intestines in the lab.
Vapes work better than patches in pregnancy trial
E-cigarettes may be more effective than nicotine patches for pregnant women trying to quit smoking, research suggests.
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