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20% of over-65s hit harmful weekly alcohol levels

A study published in BMJ Open by King’s College London researchers has found that one in five over-65s that drink do so at unsafe levels. Using anonymised GP health records in the Borough of Lambeth, London, the researchers analysed the drinking habits of 27,991 people over the age of 65. As well as identifying that


Flexitarian Diet

Fancy going flexitarian?

An environmentally friendly diet that cuts down meat, fish and dairy consumption is on the scene. International Innovation’s Becky Norman explores why it is becoming a popular lifestyle choice as growing meat consumption continues to harm the planet and strain the global food system. I have attempted the transition to vegetarianism on many occasions, and


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Sexism in peer review: A researcher’s perspective

As the scientific community worldwide is left reeling over ‘that’ chauvinistic review, Dr Clare Hoskins thinks it is time to sit back and wonder why we are all so surprised. As an active researcher, I have seen many an odd comment on peer-review responses to articles, book chapters and grant applications over the years. It



A shining light among the Internet of Things

Ahead of the RE.WORK Internet of Things Summit on 12-13 March this year, International Innovation introduces Fhoss Technology’s life-saving wearable technology, followed by a discussion with Founder and CEO Andrew Kimitri Fhoss Technology is a UK-based company responsible for developing a unique and innovative range of powered light safety wear. Where standard high visibility garments


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