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  • Best UK universities for drama & dance – league table K年1月18日 E12時22分 The Guardian 1 Essex 100 88.9 94.8 82.2 15.6 5 167 9 78 93.3 Satisfied with course88.9 Satisfied with teaching94.8 Satisfied with feedback82.2 Student to staff ratio15.6 Spend per student/105 Average entry tariff167 Value added score/109 Career after 15 …
  • Study finds nature helps people cope with body image issues K年1月13日 E12時00分 Big News Network Washington [US], January 13 (ANI): According to a new study, being in nature helps people deal with negative body image by removing some of the triggers of body image anxiety, such as the focus on social media, and strengthening coping mechanisms to keep …
  • Samaritans to trial online support service using students K年1月10日 E8時06分 BBC Colin Hill, Anglia Ruskin Samaritans Hub service director, said: "I started volunteering with Samaritans when I was in my mid-20s and now, as a senior Samaritans volunteer for the past five years, it's an honour to lead our very first university …
  • Beavers Are Reshaping the Arctic Tundra. Here's Why Scientists Are Concerned K年1月7日 E11時21分 Smithsonian Magazine Beavers can create shallow pools of water when they build dams, changing the landscape.  Eric Heupel Beavers have the ability to completely transform landscapes. They gnaw through trees, build dams and flood new areas to create ponds, earning them the …
  • Avid fantasy football players more likely to have worse mental health – study K年1月6日 E1時10分 Jersey Evening Post People who spend the most time playing, researching and thinking about their fantasy football teams may have worse mental health than other players of the online game, a study suggests. According to Nottingham Trent University sport psychologists, players …
  • Beavers Head Towards the Arctic Tundra as Heat Due to Climate Change Rises K年1月5日 E10時58分 Nature World News A tide of multitudes of immigrants waddling and splashing northwards is hastening the metamorphosis of the warmer and drier polar regions: beavers. Specialists who were mapping the expansion of beavers in Alaska were stunned to see that the species had …
  • Dam it: beavers head north to the Arctic as tundra continues to heat up K年1月4日 E11時21分 The Guardian The transformation of the rapidly warming Arctic is being accelerated by a wave of thousands of newcomers that are waddling and paddling northwards: beavers. Scientists who sought to map the spread of beavers in Alaska were astounded to find that the …
  • Study finds athletes need thorough tests after long COVID K年1月3日 E5時37分 Big News Network Washington [US], January 3 (ANI): According to a new study, athletes returning to training following long COVID should undergo a series of tests and seek regular advice from a multi-disciplinary team of specialists to ensure they are fit to resume exercise …
  • UK - There are also drawbacks to being bilingual K年12月29日 E8時25分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) The ability to speak more than one language certainly has its perks. It enables you to work in another country, for example, interact with people while travelling, or consume foreign media. Bilingualism is very common – current …
  • Fox News still the leader at 25 K年12月28日 E12時04分 The Washington Times NEWS AND OPINION: After a quarter-century on the air, Fox News has marked its 25th anniversary by dominating the overall cable world for the sixth year in a row, according to Nielsen Media Research. Fox News averaged 2.4 million primetime viewers compared …
  • Jalo-Waziri, Lawal, Osode Join LCFE Board K年12月24日 E3時40分 This Day Three distinguished professionals have joined the Board of Lagos Commodities and Futures Exchange (LCFE) as Non- Executive Directors, bringing tested industry experience to boost the Exchange’s technical expertise and corporate governance. In a statement …
  • Beavers head north and impact Arctic landscape K年12月21日 E4時14分 Phys.org A new report has highlighted how beavers are heading further north and are having a significant impact on the landscape of northern Canada and Alaska. The Arctic Report Card 2021 report, published this month by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric …
  • Commentary: Your first EV is likely to be a Nissan, not a Tesla K年12月17日 E10時16分 Channel News Asia If we have learnt anything from Tesla and also Chinese EV entrants such as NIO, BYD and XPeng, it’s that bespoke electric chassis make better electric cars. For example, Tesla’s Model 3 rival, the Polestar 2, was originally meant to be a petrol Volvo S40, …
  • Nissan biggest old carmaker threat to Tesla's EVs K年12月11日 E6時07分 MENAFN (MENAFN- Asia Times) Nissan recently announced a new US$17.3 billion investment to help transition its business to being focused around electric vehicles (EVs). The investment is centered around its Sunderland plant in the northeast of England, which …
  • GECOM appointing Vishnu Persaud as new Chief Election Officer K年12月10日 E9時16分 Stabroek News This story is developing and will be updated. The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) moments ago voted to appoint Vishnu Persaud as the new Chief Election Officer (CEO), effectively bringing an end to the three-months long process to fill the post. The …
  • Study aims to understand mental health and wellbeing of veterans’ families K年12月9日 E4時24分 Jersey Evening Post A new study by academics in Belfast is aimed at understanding factors affecting the mental health and wellbeing of veterans’ families. Researchers from the Queen’s University are set to play an integral role in the UK-wide study designed to allow relatives …
  • APDA Young Leaders Devise Solutions for the Future K年12月8日 E8時48分 Inter Press Service Asia-Pacific, Inequity, Middle East & North Africa, Population, TerraViva United Nations, Youth Thought Leaders Opinion Representatives from the APDA Global Young Leaders' Course during their presentations to the Asian and Arab parliamentarians, …
  • How to make sure Christmas cards and wrapping don’t end up in landfill K年12月4日 E7時09分 The Guardian You’ve greened your Christmas tree and planned your festive menu so that as little food as possible gets wasted. Now you just need to make sure that other festive paraphernalia doesn’t just add to landfill. Wrapping paper One oft-quoted statistic is that …
  • Jobless graduates exploited by employers using pandemic as excuse not to pay K年12月1日 E2時04分 The Independent Unemployed graduates are at risk from unscrupulous employers using the pandemic as an excuse to exploit them with low or no pay, experts warned today. They also report that university leavers desperate for a “life raft” are taking jobs only to be told they …
  • $105M Office Project, Insight on Omicron, Proposal Against Abuse in Church K年11月30日 E11時33分 The Reader - Nebraska Good Local Journalism Has a Price Tag. And It’s Not Cheap. Have you ever wondered what it costs to report and publish a Reader story? For most, it’s free to read. But it’s not free to produce. That’s why on this Giving Tuesday, we’re asking you to consider …
  • PREMIER WEBSTER EXTENDS INVITATION TO ANGUILLIAN STUDENT ON BEHALF OF PRINCE WILLIAM, DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE K年11月22日 E3時52分 The Anguillian   L-R: Premier Ellis Lorenzo Webster, Governor Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam, Ms. Jasmine Ruan and Mrs. Quincia Gumbs-Marie Ms. Jasmine Ruan with Prince William London, England- The slated meetings and on-going discourse at the Joint Ministerial Council are …
  • Rebecca Atkinson K年11月22日 E1時58分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Doctoral Researcher in Neurologic Music Therapy, University of Brighton Profile Articles Activity Rebecca Atkinson is a Neurologic Music Therapist and Doctoral researcher with the University of Brighton. Alongside directing …
  • Scientists claim that lack of sex life can pose a serious health risk K年11月21日 E12時27分 Ghana MMA It is not uncommon for married couples of a certain age to lose some of their spark in the bedroom. But over-50s who let their love life enter the doldrums should be aware it might be bad for their health. A study of more than 5,700 found men who have less …
  • This UK activist is pushing to end single-use plastics in menstrual products K年11月19日 E11時59分 PRI - The World After UK environmental activist Ella Daish kept finding plastic tampon applicators discarded on the beach, she got the idea to incorporate them into a piece of art: a giant tampon that she would use in her #EndPeriodPlastic campaign. This past summer, she …
  • New Construction Safety Research Questions Accepted Wisdom K年11月18日 E6時19分 Engineering News-Record A one-day conference this month of the Construction Safety Research Alliance showcased projects and ideas that question some cherished notions in construction safety. One is a method used by some large contractors, and supported by decades-old research, …
  • Antibiotic-resistant bacteria found by River Cam K年11月17日 E1時02分 Phys.org Researchers are highlighting the importance of basic personal hygiene, such as hand washing, after finding significant levels of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in wild bird feces at locations close to the River Cam in Cambridgeshire. Results from the study, …
  • Deadly bacteria that antibiotics can't kill discovered in UK as warnings issued K年11月17日 E10時36分 Daily Mirror A deadly bacteria which can be fatal to humans has been found in a popular river beauty spot near the centre of Cambridge, sparking health warnings The deadly bacteria was found along a 10 mile stretch of the River Cam, in Cambridge ( Image: Getty Images…
  • Regent’s Park College appoint next Principal K年11月12日 E8時50分 University of Oxford News The Governing Body of Regent’s Park College has announced that Jennifer Crook is to become its next Principal. The appointment follows the recent retirement of the Revd Dr Robert Ellis, and Jennifer will take up the post in the spring of 2022. Jennifer is …
  • I made first class in UK varsity to shame those behind my expulsion from UNIZIK – Eyisi, ex-SUG president K年11月5日 E11時58分 Punch A former Student Union Government President at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Noble Eyisi, who was expelled by the university in 2015 but graduated with first class honours from the University of Hull, United Kingdom, and a master’s …
  • Appearance fixation linked to dating anxiety K年11月5日 E10時42分 Newswise Newswise — New research has discovered that young adults who are more focused on and concerned about their appearance are more likely to suffer from anxiety when dating.  Led by Professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), the study is the …
  • Can your genes explain the difference in workout results? K年10月28日 E8時16分 The Times of India Staying physically active is important for maintaining health, reducing chronic diseases and preventing premature death. As per 2018 physical activity guidelines for Americans, a combination of moderate-intensity and vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise …
  • Drink spiking: why so little is still known about this horrifying trend K年10月28日 E4時26分 The Conversation The reopening of clubs and pubs has been accompanied by alarming reports of drink spiking – deliberately adding alcohol or drugs to someone’s drink without their knowledge. Drink spiking has been reported as far back as 1903. But the nature and pattern of …
  • Where’s The Body Acceptance Movement For Men Who Gained Pandemic Weight? K年10月28日 E7時19分 HuffPost Illustration: Damon Dahlen/HuffPost; Photos: Getty Men we spoke to say the surplus time they spent at home during the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated their existing body image concerns and even led to body dysmorphia. Lately, Aaron Flores, a …
  • How do we keep on eating meat if we wish animals no harm? K年10月26日 E3時27分 Phys.org While Greta Thunberg, the climate activist, laments that animal products are 'stealing' her future, humanity keeps consuming meat. In fact, approximately between 90-97% of us eat meat, with worldwide meat consumption currently on the rise. Yet, the …
  • Seven ways to make the most of your travel K年10月22日 E1時22分 Travel Daily News Featured articles 22 Oct 2021 09:23 200 If you want to make your travel a long-term arrangement, then consider a working holiday, this way you’ll be able to earn on the go. Not only that, but when you work at your destination, you’ll have the chance to …
  • Using Plastic Waste to Repair and Maintain Roads K年10月21日 E10時33分 AZoCleantech AZoCleantech speaks to Chrysoula Raptaki, founder and CEO of Roadfill, about her company's mission to reduce carbon emissions in the building sector with Roadworx, an alternative binding agent that uses waste plastic for repairing and relaying roads.  …
  • Who is to blame for the UK’s looming Christmas crisis? K年10月16日 E6時39分 The Week UK Delays at the UK’s biggest container port are threatening to derail Christmas for a second consecutive year as retailers struggle to bring festive favourites into the country. Images of empty shelves have flooded social media and frozen turkeys are selling …
  • Exercise: People with good genes can bulk up their muscles and get fit quicker, study finds  K年10月15日 E11時45分 Daily Mail Struggling to sculpt a six pack? Poor DNA might be to blame as people with 'good' genes can bulk up their muscles and get fit quicker, study finds Anglia Ruskin University experts reviewed studies into fitness training outcomes They found that 13 …
  • Genes play a significant role in how the body responds to exercise, finds study K年10月15日 E6時17分 Medical News A new study has found that genes play a significant role in how our bodies respond to exercise and has identified a number of specific genes that influence the outcomes of different kinds of physical activity. The research, published in the journal PLOS …
  • The world is running low on everything, your online orders are at sea, and Christmas will be tricky K年10月14日 E8時42分 ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) You may have noticed your online orders are taking a little bit longer to arrive than they used to. It's not just ASOS packages that are piling up. Pretty much everyone you speak to will have a story about something they're waiting on. A friend…
  • Research investigates how the closure of groups and services hit the vulnerable K年10月12日 E1時26分 Phys.org A hard-hitting research report has revealed the devastating impact on COVID-19 lockdowns on communities due to people being unable to physically attend local groups and services, and recommends additional support for voluntary organizations. Researchers …
  • Staring at screens could mean half the world needs glasses by 2050 K年10月12日 E10時55分 The Independent It’s no secret that spending hours staring at a screen can pose various health risks, particularly where eyesight is concerned. But a new study has found that extensive screen time could be more serious than previously thought. Research published in The …
  • Spice pill to ease misery of cystitis K年10月12日 E1時13分 Daily Mail A pill made of cinnamon, cranberry and ‘healthy’ bacteria is being tested as a way to prevent and treat cystitis. This common infection, which affects up to half of all women at some time, occurs when bacteria that live harmlessly in the bowel or on the …
  • Half of the world could need glasses by 2050 due to screen time K年10月11日 E11時02分 Wales Online An increase in screen time means that half the population of the world may need glasses in the next 30 years. Smart devices and computer screens have been blamed for the increased risk of children and adults becoming short-sighted. The Mirror reported that …
  • Study: Staring at screens for long could increase short-sightedness risk K年10月11日 E12時34分 New Telegraph Reseachers from the United Kingdom (UK) have said that spending too long time staring at a smartphone or computer screen can increase the risk of short-sightedness in children by up to 80 per cent.   These are the results of a new study published in “The …
  • Young people spend so long staring at screens half may need glasses in 30 years K年10月10日 E4時28分 Daily Mirror Phone devices and computer screens are to blame for the rising risk of short-sightedness among children and young adults, say scientists, and fear by 2050 half the population could be short-sighted Phone devices and computer screens are to blame ( Image: …
  • Study finds screen time linked to risk of myopia in young people K年10月9日 E7時40分 Big News Network London [UK], October 9 (ANI): A new study has revealed a link between screen time and higher risk and severity of myopia, or short-sightedness, in children and young adults. The findings of the study were published in 'The Lancet Digital Health' …
  • Children with autism do not use context to identify emotions, study suggests K年10月8日 E3時34分 Evening Standard Children with autism misjudge how others are feeling because they do not use context to identify underlying emotions, a study has found. The research is the first to investigate whether autistic children can recognise when one emotion is masking a …
  • Networking vital to help teachers through lockdown K年10月6日 E4時21分 Phys.org Fewer than a fifth of UK primary school teachers had received any formal training in remote learning before the COVID-19 pandemic sent pupils home from schools – but consulting online networks helped them to rise to the challenge, according to new research …
  • Smart Manufacturing Alliance to launch on 13 October with support of top industry leaders K年10月4日 E4時16分 Manufacturing and Logistics IT Magazine The Smart Manufacturing Alliance is a brand new sector network for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. Established as a joint venture between economic development company, Opportunity Peterborough, and the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined …
  • Children who eat more fruits and vegetables have better mental health – new study K年10月2日 E9時17分 Christian Today Primary and secondary school students who ate five servings of fruit or veg daily had better mental wellbeing.(Photo: Unsplash/Jakub Kapusnak) We already know how valuable good nutrition and diet are for physical health – which is why experts recommend …
  • Nutritious Meals May Boost Children's Mental and Emotional Health K年9月29日 E5時19分 Medscape Good nutrition has long been linked to better behavior and academic performance in schoolchildren, as longstanding breakfast and lunch programs in U.S. schools attest. Now British researchers report that nutrition, a modifiable risk factor that can …
  • Maltese value UK universities but worried about post-Brexit changes K年9月28日 E5時45分 Times of Malta Maltese students have been turning to UK universities mostly to pursue their studies in medicine, engineering, and management as well as to study accounting and health and safety, according to British Council director Ingrid Eomois. She was speaking ahead …
  • Haslingden charity celebrates ten years of helping serve the community K年9月27日 E10時47分 LancsLive A veterans charity is preparing to celebrate its tenth year serving the community. Haslingden-based Veterans In Communities has been selected to take part in a major new university research project, it was announced at the charity’s AGM. Mayors from …
  • Cardinal Watch: Diaz uses exchange program to promote mental health awareness K年9月24日 E12時42分 Cardinal Points - New York When asked about his arrival to the United States, Fernando Diaz responds by playing the opening scene from the 1983 Hollywood gangster film “Scarface.” The movie opened with the Cuban refugee-turned-drug-lord Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, being …
  • Zimbabwe team for Women’s Hockey Junior World Cup named K年9月23日 E9時24分 The Herald (Zimbabwe) The Herald Takudzwa Chitsiga Sports Reporter THE Hockey Association of Zimbabwe has announced the final team to represent Zimbabwe at the Women’s Hockey Junior World Cup. The tournament is scheduled for Potchefstroom, South Africa, from December 5-16. …
  • Strike ballots loom at universities in major national dispute K年9月22日 E6時41分 The Herald (Scotland) Scottish higher education institutions are facing strike ballots as a major national dispute intensifies. They are among UK establishments where University and College Union (UCU) votes will open on October 18 in a deepening row over pensions, pay, …
  • Laguna Beach author's first novel is a labor of 'Love' K年9月22日 E2時48分 Los Angeles Times - California Laura Ford loves cats so much that the two at her Laguna Beach home sometimes act more human than feline. Ford and her husband Michael Russell have a pair of Siamese cats. They are potty trained. “That kind of freaks people out when they visit,” Ford said …
  • Diseases that could be helped by nerve zapper technology K年9月21日 E1時00分 Daily Mail What if there were a single treatment that could help heart disease and depression, insomnia and painful joints — even Covid-19.  In fact, some scientists believe such a remedy could be readily available on the NHS within the next few years, and it is …
  • ADVERTORIAL: ARU is transforming lives through innovative and inclusive education and research K年9月20日 E10時30分 Business Live It is the largest provider of nursing, midwifery, health and social care students in England, and Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) is among the UK’s leading universities for degree apprenticeship provision. It works with employers including Barclays, Vinci …
  • Jillan sees opportunities in Covid K年9月16日 E1時15分 Trinidad Express SHOEAHOLICS, which has grown into one of Trinidad’s most well-known influencer brands, is looking to expand in the region and internationally by offering both custom and ready-made footwear. Who is the driver and chief executive officer behind the nine …
  • Student 'cried all day' after seeing £170-a-week room she can't even step into K年9月14日 E11時42分 Daily Mirror Georgia Sayward, 19, is a second-year student at Anglia Ruskin and found her room was full of flat-pack furniture. She spent a night on a mattress in the kitchen, only to be woken by drips of water coming down the wall Video LoadingVideo Unavailable The …
  • Commentary: Why China is on course to build the best cars in the world K年9月14日 E10時26分 Channel News Asia Admittedly, some Chinese vehicles in the past decade have not had the design or performance expected by western buyers, so have not sold in enough volumes in Europe to worry the establishment. Yet this is changing rapidly. Start-ups like Polestar (owned by …
  • Brain, Stomach And Heart Determine The Image We Have Of Ourselves K年9月13日 E4時32分 The Tech Talk Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), in the United Kingdom, have shown that the depth of communication established between the brain and the bodily organs determines the self-perception we have of our appearance. In this scheme, the stomach and …
  • Alcohol-free wine maybe just as good for your heart as real wine K年9月12日 E1時49分 EIN Presswire While wine has long been linked to lower risk of heart disease, a new study shows that alcohol-free versions may also give you all the health benefits of the real stuff. According to researchers at Anglia Ruskin University, it’s not the alcohol, but the …
  • Best UK universities for anatomy & physiology – league table K年9月11日 E7時37分 News (South Africa) 1 St Andrews 100 95.3 96.5 86.1 8.9 10 189 8 n/a n/a Satisfied with course95.3 Satisfied with teaching96.5 Satisfied with feedback86.1 Student to staff ratio8.9 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff189 Value added score/108 Career …
  • The Guardian University Guide 2022 – the rankings K年9月11日 E7時33分 The Guardian 1 1 Oxford 100 n/a n/a n/a 10.1 10 198 6.3 93 99 Satisfied with coursen/a Satisfied with teachingn/a Satisfied with feedbackn/a Student to staff ratio10.1 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff198 Value added score/106. …
  • Best UK universities for building and town and country planning – league table K年9月11日 E7時33分 The Guardian 1 Cambridge 100 92.3 93.6 60.6 12.6 10 192 8 n/a n/a Satisfied with course92.3 Satisfied with teaching93.6 Satisfied with feedback60.6 Student to staff ratio12.6 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff192 Value added score/108 Career …
  • Want to control your online spending? Make sure you're sat on an uncomfortable chair K年9月11日 E12時57分 Daily Mail By Xantha Leatham Health And Science Reporter For The Daily Mail Published: 20:22 EDT, 10 September 2021 | Updated: 20:30 EDT, 10 September 2021 If you want to control your online spending habits, sit in an uncomfortable chair, researchers recommend. …
  • China is on course to build the best cars in the world K年9月10日 E3時37分 Big News Network Europeans and other western nations have dominated automotive excellence for over a century. Whether it is the satisfying thud of the door closing on a Volkswagen from Wolfsburg, or the beauty of a Ferrari from Modena, these brands are iconic - and very …
  • Alcohol-free red wine has same heart health benefits, study shows K年9月10日 E11時50分 The Herald (Scotland) Drinking alcohol-free wine improves heart health as much as consuming modest amounts of normal wine, new research suggests.  A series of studies showed an “undeniable protective beneficial relationship” between heart disease and both red and white wine. …
  • Elderly should be taught judo to help prevent injuries when they fall, researcher says K年9月10日 E6時00分 Daily Mail Around 684,000 people die from falls each year, with over 60s most at risk  The technique of falling safely, known as 'ukemi', could help older people  One in three adults over 65 and half of people over 80 have one fall a year By Xantha Leatham …
  • Study: Seeing Blue Spaces Can Help You Feel Better About Your Body Image K年9月9日 E9時55分 Nature World News Body image is a multidimensional psychological experience of embodiment that includes one's body-related self-perceptions and self-attitudes, as well as thoughts, ideas, feelings, and behaviors. The self-perception of the physical self, as well as the …
  • Alcohol-free wine has same health benefit as moderate amounts of normal wine, study suggests K年9月9日 E4時45分 The Independent Drinking alcohol-free wine can improve heart health as much as consuming modest amounts of normal wine can, according to new research. The study, published by Clinical Nutrition, suggests this benefit is due to the grapes used in wine, rather than the …
  • Want to avoid the worst health effects of alcohol? Drink wine, says study K年9月9日 E1時12分 City A.M. New research has revealed that alcohol is bad for health even in small doses except for wine which helps to prevent coronary heart disease.  Dr Schutte, of Anglia Ruskin University, is disputing previous studies into alcohol which suggested low levels of …
  • Alcohol-free wine also good for the heart K年9月9日 E4時11分 New Telegraph Researchers in the United Kingdom (UK) have affirmed that alcohol-free wines give consumers all the health benefits derivable from the alcoholic version. After analysing data from nearly 450,000 people aged 40 to 69 to look at the impact of moderate …
  • Wine is only alcoholic drink that benefits health, study finds K年9月8日 E6時10分 The Telegraph Wine is the only alcoholic drink that is beneficial to health, scientists have said, after finding studies that suggest moderate drinking can lower mortality are flawed. Currently NHS guidance states that people should drink no more than 14 units of …
  • Alcohol-free wine is just as good for your heart as the real thing, study finds K年9月8日 E5時48分 Daily Mail It has long been said that a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away. But experts now say alcohol-free versions may give you all the health benefits of the real thing.  Researchers Anglia Ruskin University analysed data from nearly 450,000 people aged 40 …
  • As scientists suggest there’s no such thing as a healthy tipple, 6 booze-free ways to relax at the end of a stressful day K年9月8日 E1時22分 The Independent Many of us like nothing better than a small, cheeky tipple after a stressful day at work – and we might have felt a bit smug about it, since studies have indicated low levels of alcohol could even be beneficial to our health. But now new research from …
  • Lu wins Sebastian Walker Award for Illustration K年9月8日 E9時32分 The Bookseller Published September 8, 2021 by Ruth Comerford The 10th annual Sebastian Walker Award for Illustration has been awarded to Thea Lu, a graduate of the Cambridge School of Art. The 10th annual Sebastian Walker Award for Illustration has been awarded to Thea …
  • Looking at blue skies and sea views can help improve body image, study suggests K年9月7日 E4時01分 The Independent Looking at seascapes can help an individual develop a healthier body image, researchers have found. A new study, led by Professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University, found that showing pictures of the natural world boosted how participants felt about …
  • Simply looking at 'blue spaces' like rivers can boost body image, study claims K年9月7日 E1時14分 Daily Mail Looking at rivers and other 'blue spaces' can work to boost your body image by 'restoring psychological resources,' according to a new study. Getting out into nature with a walk along a riverbank, or stroll through a forest can have …
  • Gut and heart signals affect how we see ourselves K年9月4日 E8時15分 Newswise Newswise — New research has discovered that the strength of the connection between our brain and internal organs is linked to how we feel about our appearance. Published in the journal Cortex, the study is the first to investigate, and first to identify, …
  • Here Are 3 Ideas About Working From Home That Just Aren’t True K年9月3日 E7時15分 HuffPost Ivan Pantic via Getty Images Remote workers are often seen as less disengaged, less productive employees. But research has debunked these assumptions.The state of the coronavirus pandemic has made remote work standard for a large group of people, and by …
  • Brain’s response to signals from internal organs linked to views on body image K年9月3日 E3時07分 Evening Standard People whose brains are less responsive to signals from their internal organs are more likely to hold negative views about their appearance, a study suggests. Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) got a group of healthy UK adults to complete a …
  • Best UK universities for accounting & finance – league table K年9月1日 E7時41分 The Guardian 1 Leeds 100 95 91.5 83.4 21.3 8 179 5 98 96.6 Satisfied with course 95 Satisfied with teaching 91.5 Satisfied with feedback 83.4 Student to staff ratio 21.3 Spend per student/10 8 Average entry tariff 179 Value added score/10 5 Career after 15 …
  • The truth about Out of Body experiences - and why they might be a cure for pain K年8月30日 E1時37分 The Herald (Scotland) FOR millennia out of body experiences have been seized on as evidence of an afterlife or proof that humans have a soul which leaves their body after death. But neuroscientists are increasingly unravelling the brain malfunctions that trigger these …
  • OnlyFans founder's playboy life of supercars, Ibiza trips and £2m pad - as 'porn ban' axed K年8月25日 E4時35分 Daily Mirror As the controversial site reverses plans to ban 'sexually explicit conduct', we chart the rise of its Essex CEO, once dubbed the 'king of homemade porn' Flashy CEO Tim Stokely posts envy-inducing snaps of his millionaire lifestyle on social …
  • Monkeys also struggle with tasks when the rewards are higher, study finds  K年8月23日 E9時57分 Daily Mail Monkeys 'choke under pressure' just like humans, according to a study into their performance, and it is more likely when the rewards for their actions are higher.  Three rhesus monkeys were trained to perform a challenging 'reaching task' …
  • Empathy training could cut crime figures K年8月19日 E4時46分 Newswise Newswise — Research published in the journal Psychology, Crime & Law suggests a new, low-cost approach that could potentially reduce antisocial behaviour and crime. The study, carried out by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) criminologist Dr Neema Trivedi …
  • Empathy training could reduce crime K年8月18日 E12時38分 Phys.org Research published in the journal Psychology, Crime & Law suggests a new, low-cost approach that could potentially reduce antisocial behavior and crime. The study, carried out by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) criminologist Dr. Neema Trivedi-Bateman …
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