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Exercising at own pace boosts a child’s ability to learn

A child’s attention and memory improves after exercise according to new research conducted by primary school pupils and supported by the Universities of Stirling and Edinburgh.

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Exercising at own pace boosts a child’s ability to learn

Youngsters “less likely” to try cigarettes carrying health warning

Young people are three times less likely to try cigarettes branded with ‘Smoking kills’ than the plain product, to new research.

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Youngsters “less likely” to try cigarettes carrying health warning

Major study into older Scots set to inform and shape policy

A new landmark study conducted by the University of Stirling will empower policymakers to improve the lives of Scotland’s older population by providing them with a comprehensive insight into the economic, health and social circumstances of people over 50.

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Major study into older Scots set to inform and shape policy

Tennis stars a smash hit in Lille

Three University of Stirling tennis scholars have won the 'the world event of university tennis' with Team GB after defeating the USA in the final of the BNP Paribas Master'U in Lille.

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Tennis stars a smash hit in Lille

University of Stirling to host 2018 Special Olympics event

The University of Stirling will welcome thousands of athletes, coaches and spectators to campus next summer for the Special Olympics Anniversary Games.

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University of Stirling to host 2018 Special Olympics event
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