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Grouse moor burning causes widespread environmental changes

Evidence of the environmental impact of heather burning is published today in the first authoritative study on the subject, to help relieve tensions on both sides of the grouse moor management debate.

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University treasures to go on display with help of Lottery grant

A treasure trove of rare manuscripts and books held at the University of Leeds can go on show to the public thanks to a round of Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grants announced today.

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Ten year trends reveal more children admitted to intensive care but with lower staffing ratios

More children than ever are being admitted to intensive care units in England and Wales but there are fewer staff per bed available to cope with the increase.

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TV: BBC Breakfast

Stephen Fayle (Dentistry) talks about dental problems in pre-school children, following the publication of a Public Health England report which suggests the problem is on the rise.

BBC Breakfast
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Importance of energy storage

University of Leeds research from the Energy Hub is supporting and helping the government and industry with energy storage.

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Keep active to help with osteoarthritis

Professor Philip Conaghan (School of Medicine) gives advice to osteoarthritis patients on how they can improve the strength of their leg muscles in order to help with their condition.

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