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Can a dose of strong cocoa help people with Raynaud's disease?

Can a dose of strong cocoa help people with Raynaud's disease?

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People with a circulation condition called Primary Raynaud's are being asked to help researchers at the University of Nottingham find out whether antioxidant compounds in cocoa can help alleviate symptoms.
Nurse-led care significantly more successful in treating gout, trial reveals

Nurse-led care significantly more successful in treating gout, trial reveals

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Providing nurse-led care for people suffering with the painful, long-term condition gout could lead to an increase in the number of patients sticking to a beneficial treatment plan, a clinical trial has revealed.
Most hand car wash workers are subject to some form of labour exploitation, says new report

Most hand car wash workers are subject to some form of labour exploitation, says new report

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Workers in most hand car washes in the UK are subject to some form of labour exploitation - such as excessively long hours or exceptionally low pay, according to a new report out today on Anti-Slavery Day.
Diversity is key to sustainability for local chicken farming in Africa

Diversity is key to sustainability for local chicken farming in Africa

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Adopting a more local and flexible approach to sustainable development could be key to boosting the productivity of small-scale farms in Africa, a study involving researchers at the University of Nottingham has found.
Time to Listen: New study highlights widespread concern over impact of declining provision of arts and culture in schools

Time to Listen: New study highlights widespread concern over impact of declining provision of arts and culture in schools

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A landmark research project outlines the overwhelmingly positive benefits of arts and cultural education on the lives of young people.
Keeping an eye on very active Schrödinger's cats

Keeping an eye on very active Schrödinger's cats

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An international team of researchers has developed a theory of multi-level quantum coherence

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