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Reading in the news - Tue 17 Dec

Release Date 17 December 2019

Reading in the news

Apples and cholesterol: Further coverage of a Reading study (Food & Nutritional Sciences) showing eating two apples a day helps reduce the risk of heart disease appears in the Express, Telegraph, Yahoo News, Sky News, MSN News, Food Navigator, MedicalXpress and on several radio stations in the UK and US, including TalkRADIO, LBC, Smooth Radio and Classic FM. Read our news story here.

Outsourcing morals: People Management quoted Dr Washika Haak-Saheem (Henley Business School) in an article on whether outsourcing by businesses is immoral.

Other coverage

  • The Grave Goods project collaboration between the Universities of Reading and Manchester and the British Museum will feature an artefact from Dorset County Museum, reports the Dorset Echo.
  • MedicalXpress reports on a new way of measuring flavanol intake, co-developed by the University of Reading (Food and Nutritional Sciences).
  • Reading.co.uk reports on Professor Hannah Cloke (GES and Meteorology) receiving her OBE at Buckingham Palace this month. Read our news story.
  • Reading.co.uk also reports on a Reading study (Food and Nutritional Sciences) showing prebiotics and probiotics work differently in male and female pigs.

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