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Eating disorders: who is really at risk?

By Adriana Ramos Calvo     Eating disorders (EDs) are a type of deadly and surprisingly common psychiatric disorders. The most common variants are bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa and binge-eating disorders, but many more, however, are also diagnosed on a daily basis all around the world (Lutter, 2017). According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA),Continue reading “Eating disorders: who is really at risk?”

Fungi: the forgotten kingdom in conservation

By Cara Burke When you picture conservation, you probably picture teams of people working with large animals, collecting plants or restoring ecosystems. Fungi are very often kept out of the conservation picture. However, they definitely deserve a place there, and their importance in conservation is increasingly being recognised. Fungi are incredibly important to ecosystems andContinue reading “Fungi: the forgotten kingdom in conservation”

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