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Turkey Farming in the UK

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Around 10 million turkeys are eaten every year in the UK at Christmas time. The tradition of eating turkey for Christmas dinner dates back to the 16th century, when Yorkshire landowner and explorer William Strickland introduced the species to Britain. He reputedly bought some of the birds from native American traders during one of his explorator...

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World War II: Medicine

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The 1COLD  team will be observing the 2-minute silence to commemorate those who gave their lives to ensure the freedom of future generations. We will remember them. Medicines are used to keep the armed forces in the best health possible in times of war, when the military personnel are facing injury and death every day in the conflict zones. Dur...

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Food Poisoning: The Facts

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Food poisoning isn't something that should be taken lightly, as it can lead to extremely serious illnesses that can land you in hospital. We've all read about E Coli, salmonella and other types of food poisoning, but what causes these deadly diseases and how can we reduce the risks of consuming hazardous foods? Storing perishable foods at the co...

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Florists: How do they Keep the flowers Fresh?

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When it's sunny outside and the temperature is rising, transporting and storing flowers becomes more challenging for florists. If you're enjoying the late summer sunshine, an unseasonal heatwave is great news, but it's not so good if you're a florist battling to stop your blooms from wilting. Investing in a cool room for flowers (commonly known ...

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What will Brexit Mean for Medicine?

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As Britain prepares for a no-deal Brexit on 31st October, the government has revealed it is stockpiling 7,000 medicines amid fears there will be shortages. Since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, fears have been heightened that Britain will be leaving the EU with no trade deal in place. The PM has said Brexit will happen on that day, whether ...

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Climate Change: Dairy Cows and Milk Production

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© SGr / Adobe Stock We've all heard a lot about climate change and how global warming is having an impact on the future of our planet. American space agency NASA is continually monitoring climate change and has revealed some worrying predictions. Its latest report, released on 9th July, anticipated that the future climate would be hotter and...

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Future Health Care Innovation

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© rocketclips / Adobe Stock The latest research and technology in the health care industry is aimed at changing the way that professionals deliver their services. The future of health care looks bright as new and innovative ideas are revolutionising the way we treat existing conditions. Scientists are continuing to research medical condition...

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