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Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) transforms lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research. ARU is the UK University of the Year (Times Higher Education Awards 2023), holds a Gold award for the quality of its education, awarded through the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), and has been named University of the Year at the UK Social Mobility Awards.

ARU’s research institutes and four faculties bridge scientific, technical and creative fields, delivering impactful research which tackles pressing issues and makes a real difference to our communities. Our academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 16 of our research areas assessed as world-leading.

With main campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough, we are the largest provider of Nursing, Midwifery, Health and Social Care students in the East of England, and one of the UK’s leading universities for degree apprenticeship provision, working with hundreds of employers across the country.


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Os cânceres silenciosos, como parece ser o caso da Princesa de Gales, são aqueles sem sintomas perceptíveis. Eles representam um desafio único para a detecção e o tratamento precoces. Frederic Legrand, Comeo/Shutterstock

Cânceres silenciosos: eis o que você precisa saber quando não há sintomas óbvios

Ao incentivar os pacientes a adotar estilos de vida preventivos e a participar de exames e testes, os cânceres assintomáticos não precisam ser uma ameaça oculta à saúde.
After her doctor calculated her breast cancer risk, Munn went on to have further tests which ultimately revealed her cancer. Tinseltown/ Shutterstock

What breast cancer risk assessments can tell you

Olivia Munn recently shared on Instagram that she’d had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with luminal B breast cancer.
Survival curves for eight pure breeds. Border collie (dark blue), border terrier (light blue), bulldog (green), French bulldog (red), labrador retriever (orange), mastiff (purple), miniature dachshund (pink) and pug (brown). All purebreds vary significantly from crossbreds (light purple). Liliya Kulianionak/Shutterstock

How long might your dog live? New study calculates life expectancy for different breeds

New research shows that certain breeds tend to live longer than others, and this could help potential owners decide which companion is best for them.


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