August 2019 news
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Health professionals should adopt a conversational approach and focus on building trust when discussing alcohol consumption with pregnant women, midwives have told researchers.
University of Stirling graduates' documentary about a mixed martial artist is to air on the BBC Scotland channel tonight.
Experts have outlined “compelling evidence” that suggests banning trophy hunting can negatively affect conservation – arguing that unregulated killings are far more prevalent in non-hunting zones.
Health warnings printed on individual cigarettes could play a key role in reducing smoking, according to new research from the University of Stirling.
Further action is required to support efforts to improve the quality of air in Scotland, an analysis led University of Stirling academics has found.
The UK’s growing number of older private renters face distinct challenges which could worsen the nation’s housing crisis, according to research led by the University of Stirling on behalf of the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE).
Reintroducing beavers to their native habitat is an important step towards solving the freshwater biodiversity crisis, according to experts at the University of Stirling.
Leading housing experts are warning that disabled home-seekers are experiencing adverse emotional and mental distress due to a lack of suitable accommodation.
University of Stirling triathlete, Sophia Green, is set to take on the world’s best later this month after qualifying for the ITU Junior World Triathlon Grand Final in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The University of Stirling has joined other higher education institutions in supporting a Scotland-wide initiative to create more opportunities for students interested in a career as an applied economist.