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Why night light pollution is bad for health

Following new research scientists say a "loss of night" in many countries is having negative consequences for "flora, fauna, and human well-being". Dr Sakari Lemola, Assistant Professor, dept. of psychology explains how a lack of sleep can affect us.

Expert reaction to study looking at sugary drinks intake and measures of IVF success

Prof. Geraldine Hartshorne, Head of Clinical Faculty, Warwick Medical School, comments on a study which indicates that IVF is less successful if a woman drinks full sugar soft drinks.

UK still lags behind Canada and Australia in reading gap

The reading gap between most and least advantaged five year olds biggest in the US, but UK still lags behind Canada and Australia, according to new research from the Sutton Trust. The University of Warwick's Gerard Sharpling discusses the findings.

Abuse inquiry defended after victims' group quits

Associate Professor Christine Harrison from the Warwick Centre for Lifelong Learning shares thoughts on the considered decision of the Shirley Oaks Survivors’ Association to withdraw from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

Foster carers are 'poached with golden hellos'

Professor Christine Harrison from the Centre for Lifelong Learning responds to the decision by some large private foster agencies to offer cash incentives in order to recruit foster carers working for English local authorities.

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