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More partners, less sex: UK sexuality uncovered

14 April 2015

We debut early and carry on into older age, but have sex less often than before, according to findings on brits' sexual behaviour from the third natsal survey. However, the frequency of sex for has fa...

Health of mummies revealed by 'Digging into Data'

09 April 2015

New research on mummies challenges the conventional belief that fatty arteries are caused by unhealthy lifestyles. The study came about through the digging into data challenge, a research initiative c...

Calling time on binge drinking

08 April 2015

The home office has launched a consultation on measures to reduce alcohol consumption. But what are the most effective interventions? Esrc-funded researchers have explored the motivations and measures...

Early impacts for London 2012 Games

11 March 2015

The preparations for the 2012 olympic games in london are having a positive impact across several areas, according to a pre-games report funded by the esrc. Environmental, economic and socio-cultural...

Cutting the smoking habit

10 February 2015

The annual nhs stoptober campaign has been launched, helping smokers to quit through a month-long programme. Research shows the challenges of developing effective programmes to quit smoking, the links...

Smoking on the silver screen

09 September 2014

Tobacco advertising and sponsorship are more strictly regulated than ever – and yet many films accessible to children and young people still contain images of smoking

Olympic impact

03 April 2014

On 9 september 2012, six weeks of olympic and paralympic frenzy came to a close in london's olympic park, marking the beginning of a legacy set to last decades. There is little in the way of precedent...

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