Coffee shops across Glasgow vary hugely in terms of the caffeine content of their drinks. John Holden looks at the health effects of coffee, and reveals where you should and shouldn’t be buying it!
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You may be surprised that not only humans show superstitious behaviours #animals can be superstitious too! So read on and see that you're not alone with your superstitions and being #superstitious is actually an important part of #evolution! @GlasgowGist https://twitter.com/GlasgowGist/status/1205464222861275137
💥New Friday the 13th Feature💥 On the most superstitious day of the year this weeks article by Roselle Smith looks at superstitions and how they affect both humans and animals 1️⃣3️⃣ (remember don’t put new shoes on a table) https://the-gist.org/2019/12/is-the-black-cat-crossing-your-path-more-superstitious-than-you/
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🎶Join @GlasConArtsNet's #ConnectCeilidh this Friday @ScottishYT & dance to all the traditional dances you know & love 7 - 10pm!
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Congratulations to MEIRU scientist Stephen Kasenda, MBBS for being the ‘overall winner for the 18 & over category’ for his submission to @GlasgowGist’s competition on science for all. Stephen‘s video on citizen science & #CVD risk perception in #Malawi is in the tweet below: https://twitter.com/glasgowgist/status/1201960939815407621