New collaborative research between Swansea and Newcastle University indicates that mothers who choose to follow strict parenting routines for sleep and feeding in early infancy are less likely to breastfeed their baby or to stop in the first few ... Welsh Icons, 3 weeks ago
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Chief Executive of the Economic and Social Research Council and President of Science Europe, Professor Paul Boyle FBA FRSE, to succeed Professor Sir Bob Burgess Kt., DL, AcSS Issued by University of Leicester Press Office on 29 January 2014 ...Noodls, 1 month ago
Researchers have been given a share of 3 million by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to counter cyber-criminals who are using malicious apps which can collude with each other to infect the smartphone in your pocket.Individual.com, 1 week ago
E arth Institute field researchers are studying the planet on every continent andocean. Projects are aimed at understanding the fundamental dynamics of climate, geology, ecology, human history and more. Manydeal with practical applicationsranging ...Columbia Earth Institute, 1 week ago
As part of the University's International Women's Day celebration next month, one of the lectures at Aberystwyth University will look at the life and times of Holocaust survivor Anka Bergman who gave birth to her daughter in a Nazi concentration ...Welsh Icons, 1 week ago
When Internet addicts go offline they experience withdrawal symptoms similar to that of drug users, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at Swansea and Milan researchers. Sixty volunteers, with an average age of 25, were first ...ConnectedAustralia, 2 weeks ago
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Babies who are spoon-fed are more likely to be overweight as toddlers than those who feed themselves. Photo / Thinkstock Babies who are spoon-fed by their parents are more likely to become overweight, a new study has revealed. They are also more ...New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago Spoon-fed babies more likely to be overweight US Science News, 2 months ago
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