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Long-term risks of taking paracetamol may have been underestimated by clinicians

Doctors may have underestimated the risks to patients of taking paracetamol on a long-term basis, suggests research led by experts from the University of Leeds.

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Young entrepreneurs get a chance to shine

Enterprising students and graduates are putting their ideas into practice thanks to the generous support of a Yorkshire business.

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New research partnership to inform policing policy and practice

A new programme of research and knowledge sharing is to play a key role in informing future policing policy, following funding for a major new collaboration in the north of England.

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Smarter policing

A 6.7m five-year project aims to strengthen the evidence base upon which policing policy, practice and learning are developed, funded by HEFCE as well as police forces and universities. Professor Adam Crawford (Law) is leading the project.

Yorkshire Evening Post
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No more big power plants? Civic energy could provide half our electricity by 2050

Stephen Hall writes about the potential of community energy generation projects and a “civic” energy sector.

The Conversation UK
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Survey says many sex workers have university degrees

A survey carried out by Dr Teela Sanders (Sociology and Social Policy) says that more than 70% of UK sex workers have previously worked in healthcare, education or charities, while more than a third hold university degrees.

The Times
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