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  1. Viewpoint: How do our bacteria help us?

    …microbes. Ed Yong is a science journalist and blogger His episode of… am I? Ed Yong, a human…

    …whether we are fat or thin, writes Ed Yong. I was born just under 30 years ago. That moment, just before I emerged into…

    …The bacteria that live in and on us might be responsible for whether we are healthy or unhealthy, and even whether we are fat or thin, writes Ed Yong. I was born just under 30 years ago. That… I am…

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  2. Council group to examine link between coal and cancer

    …Cancer is sadly a really common disease that affects one in three people. Ed Yong… isn't…

    … sadly a really common disease that affects one in three people. Ed Yong 'Dirty fuel' "That's why I'…

    …yes'," he said. Cancer is sadly a really common disease that affects one in three people. Ed Yong 'Dirty fuel' "That's why I've set-up a group to see if there… Ed Yong, head of health evidence and…

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  3. #BBCtrending: Potato salad Kickstarter stokes internet ire

    …supported the potato salad Kickstarter for a sound slap," said writer Ed Yong . A UK-based…

    …A Kickstarter to line up every person who supported the potato salad Kickstarter for a sound slap," said writer Ed Yong

    …every person who supported the potato salad Kickstarter for a sound slap," said writer Ed Yong . A UK-based Kickstarter stating that "potato salad is basically just a fallback for when people with…

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  4. Half of Britons get sunburnt, a survey shows

    …strong enough to burn. Ed Yong of Cancer Research UK, said the results show that people…

    Ed Young Over the last 25 years, rates of malignant melanoma in Britain have risen faster than any other common… and neck…

    …shoulders (37%) and neck (36%). Four in every 10 people said they had not realised the sun would be strong enough to burn. Ed Yong of Cancer Research UK, said the results show that people are not…

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  5. Small daily aspirin dose 'cuts cancer risk'

    …Research UK described the results as "promising". But Ed Yong, head of health information…

    …Research UK described the results as "promising". But Ed Yong, head of health information and evidence, said: "We…

    …continuing for around 25 years, he said. Cancer Research UK described the results as "promising". But Ed Yong, head of health information and evidence, said: "We encourage anyone interested in taking…

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  6. News tweets: Greece and Germany, Mubarak, Rodney King

    …better hospital, where his condition was upgraded to 'alive'" Science writer Ed Yong

    …the Simpsons: "Burns was rushed to a better hospital, where his condition was upgraded to 'alive'" Science writer Ed

    …condition was upgraded to 'alive'" Science writer Ed Yong ( @edyong209 ) notes that reports of the deposed Egyptian leader's imminent death were premature. 6. Shorter Romney on immigration: I wouldn't…

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  7. Mobiles 'may cause brain cancer'

    …possible link with a type of brain cancer - glioma. Ed Yong, head of health information at…

    …possibly carcinogenic" because of a possible link with a type of brain cancer - glioma. Ed Yong, head of health…

    …possible link with a type of brain cancer - glioma. Ed Yong, head of health information at Cancer Research UK, said: "The WHO's verdict means that there is some evidence linking mobile phones to…

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  8. 'Cancer link' to heavy mobile use

    Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, said: "Mobile phones are a relatively recent invention and…

    Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, said: "Mobile phones are a relatively recent invention and new research into any…

    … in children. Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, said: "Mobile phones are a relatively recent invention and new research into any possible health risks is welcome. "However, it's …

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  9. Fish oil hope for breast cancer

    Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, echoed those comments, describing the findings as…

    …." Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, echoed those comments, describing the findings as "promising". …

    … will be in women with breast cancer." Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, echoed those comments, describing the findings as "promising". Scientists from the Methodist Research …

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  10. Sneaky drug targets brain tumours

    Ed Yong, Science Information Officer at Cancer Research UK, said: "Glioblastomas are a…

    Ed Yong, Science Information Officer at Cancer Research UK, said: "Glioblastomas are a common type of brain cancer in…

    … - be it mouse or human." Ed Yong, Science Information Officer at Cancer Research UK, said: "Glioblastomas are a common type of brain cancer in adults. "Finding innovative new …

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