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The dreaded job hunt...

Initially published on the Huffington Post here.

For the second time in my academic career, I am coming to the end of a degree qualification. 757 more words

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Being underweight increases your chance of developing dementia

In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found that having an underweight BMI score makes you 30 per cent more likely to develop dementia, in stark comparison to those with an averagely healthy BMI.   313 more words

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Should we legalise the ivory trade?

First published on Science151 here.

On the eve of Prince William’s royal visit to China, the Chinese State Administration of Forestry declared a one-year ban on the trade of carved ivory products. 781 more words

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Fairer Trade For A Greener World

A quick little ditty for the Onondaga Small Business Development Center Blog on the Syracuse New Times website. About Fair Trade & B-Corps, honoring Earth Day, Peace, & Social Justice.   1,457 more words

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Poem of the Day on Autumn Sky Poetry

Christine Klocek-Lim chose my poem “Preface to Casanova’s Histoire de ma vie” as the poem of the day on her daily poem journal,   12 more words

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Ugandan clinics improved by intervention programme

First published on science151 here.

Ugandan clinics run smoother and patients are more satisfied after a two year malaria intervention programme.

The PRIME Uganda programme ran from 2011-2013 in the district of Tororo, and compared ten clinics that received the intervention programme against ten that did not.  325 more words

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Intervention programme could slow down cognitive decline in elderly population

A two year intensive intervention programme may be able to sustain cognitive ability in an elderly population at risk of dementia, according to a new study. 308 more words

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