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Anticoagulant does not increase live birth rate in patients with inherited blood clotting and recurrent miscarriage

A medication commonly prescribed pregnant patients with an inheritable blood clotting condition and a history of recurrent miscarriage does not help to reduce their miscarriage risk, a new international study led by UK researchers and funded by the NIHR has found.

Fri 02 Jun 2023, 11:52 | Tags: medicine, research, WMS

Why we should be running on a Plant-Based Diet - the Health and Environmental Benefits

As the world prepares to celebrate Global Running Day on June 7, 2023, Josh Gibbs, a plant-based nutritionist researcher from the University of Warwick sheds light on the health and environmental benefits of running on a plant-based diet.

Fri 02 Jun 2023, 10:27 | Tags: Warwick Medical School

Warwick ranked 9th in the world for responsible consumption and production

The University of Warwick has been ranked as the 9th best in the world for its sustainability efforts on responsible consumption and production, according to the latest Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.

Scientists use X-rays to reveal ancient secrets this National Dinosaur Day

Researchers are shedding light on our ancient prehistoric world using state-of-the art X-ray technology. This World Dinosaur Day, scientists are revealing the hidden bones of the Harbury Ichthyosaur – providing clues to dinosaur anatomy, physiology and evolution.

Thu 01 Jun 2023, 11:15 | Tags: WMG, Dinosaur, Evolution, x-ray

No bees without beekeepers! How volunteers are increasing food security, as swarms proliferate across the UK

Experts from the University of Warwick say without the tireless work of beekeepers across the UK, honeybees would struggle to survive. As guardians of the hive, these dedicated individuals play an indispensable part in preserving the bee population and securing our future. 


The warning comes as people across the UK have noticed an increase in bee swarms – owing to a long, cold and wet spring – which is leading to beekeepers run out of equipment and resources to manage the problem.

Wed 31 May 2023, 14:57 | Tags: Environment

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