Continuity determines whether physical activity on prescription works for the least active

Ongoing support for several years and focus on the individual. These are success factors that make physical activity on prescription a workable concept for patients, including those who, after six months, have not reached their desired physical activity level, a University of Gothenburg thesis shows. The thesis concerned comprises studies of 444 patients who were […]

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Stonehenge tunnel plan gets go-ahead despite fears of ‘irreversible harm’

A controversial £1.7 billion plan to dig a road tunnel near Stonehenge has been given the go-ahead by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps. The decision, announced by Transport Minister Andrew Stephenson, goes against the recommendations of planning officials, who warned it would cause “permanent, irreversible harm” to the World Heritage Site. The A303, which is a […]

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