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Smear tests and stigma

          Elinor Jones, Science Editor, busts the myths of cervical cancer STUDIES have shown an alarmingly low number of women have a comprehensive understanding of cervical cancer,...

Doctor, I can’t count sheep!

Elinor Jones, Science Editor, visualised what it's like to live without a mind's eye  IN 2003, a man dubbed MX claimed he could no longer...

Here’s The Skinny On Detox Teas

Jameela Jamil is leading the charge against so called 'detox' and 'skinny' teas, now she’s petitioning the UK government to ban the celebrity promotion...
Alcohol. Written on a white board for todays Exepose class.

Toast to A Shorter Life…

If you asked the ‘archetypical’ university student what is their favourite type of alcohol, the response would be A LOT (and for a reasonable...

Don’t Fear The Smear

If you haven’t heard, Smear For Smear was a campaign at the end of January this year, aiming to encourage women to go to...

What’s really in the flu jab?

Andrew Wakefield’s paper claiming that the MMR vaccine caused autism has been widely discredited and described as fraudulent. Alongside poor experimental design, small sample...

Come outside!

Nature appreciation moment. I spent my summer screaming at every sunset, golden hour and beautiful views I experienced in West Virginia. I was lucky...

Taking on ‘Dry January’

Ultimately, we drink to socialise. Exeter, for example, has a culture of pre-drinking, going out to Fever, dancing, drinking and letting go. You might...

Diet Myths, Debunked.

As a new year rolls around and the guilt from eating one too many mince pies comes with it, so too does the temptation...
A strange unnatural orange light peering over woodland trees in the snow

The Dark Side of Artificial Light!!

In 1994, when an earthquake led to a power outage in Los Angeles, a lot of anxious residents called local emergency services to report...
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