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Suicides reduced by 17 per cent in new collaborative prevention programme

Posted on Tuesday 19 November 2019

A new suicide prevention programme which includes swift access to specialist care and 12 months of telephone follow-ups has shown to reduce deaths by 17 per cent.

Study explores why patients skip appointments for suspected cancer

Posted on Tuesday 19 November 2019

Men, the elderly and people from deprived areas are among the patients most likely to miss an urgent referral appointment for suspected cancer, a study led by the University of York has found.

New research finds gender inequality extends beyond the grave

Posted on Monday 18 November 2019

Ghosts of sexism past haunt the world’s most famous rich list for dead celebrities, according to a new study from the University of York.

University of York reduces its carbon footprint

Posted on Thursday 14 November 2019

The University of York has reduced its carbon emissions by 38 per cent.

Environmental experts join University of York law students for a global day of action on air pollution

Posted on Thursday 14 November 2019

Academics and campaigners will be speaking at a conference hosted by York Law School (18 November) as part of a global day of action to promote climate justice on air pollution.

World’s children to bear brunt of health impacts of climate change

Posted on Wednesday 13 November 2019

Climate change is already damaging the health of the world’s children and is set to have lifelong health consequences for future generations, according to a new report.

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