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Raw vegan diet may be a risk to your health

02/11/2022
Laura Brown

Vegan diets have become increasingly popular over the years, especially among people looking to improve their health. However, some people are taking these diets to the extreme.

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Nigerian police: why improving public trust has proven difficult

04/10/2022
Tarela Juliet Ike

Policing plays a vital role in maintaining law and order in any society. Public trust and confidence in the police is a concern in many parts of the world.

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Weekend warrior workouts: here’s how to make the most of them

22/09/2022
Michael Graham | Jonathan Taylor

Most of us know we need to exercise more. Yet finding the time to work out is often easier said than done. For most, the only time we have to exercise is on the weekends.

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In the media

  • Dental duo get their teeth into Teesside University journey together.
    Business News North East, Web, 03/11/2022
  • Dental duo start their Teesside University journey together
    Northern Echo, p.35, Print and Web, 03/11/2022
  • £11 million project to support hydrogen innovation in the Tees Valley
    Pollution Solutions, Web, 02/11/2022

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