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Depression worst for health

An article published in The Lancet today states that depression "produces the greatest decrement in health" compared with the chronic…

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Reading on Wheels

I'm not an especially acquisitive person. I hate shopping and flashy gear doesn't impress me much with its flashiness. But…

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Keeping Track of Library Books

Let me confess. I love libraries. I love almost everything about them, from the faint smell of dust to the…

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Mersey Minis Giveaway: Liverpool 800

Today marks the 800th anniversary of Liverpool's town charter and publisher Capsica is celebrating the event by giving away the…

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Rebel Girls

Rebel Girls: their fight for the vote is a new book by Jill Liddington, about the forgotten suffragettes across the…

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Reading Pillow

With time on her hands now she has handed the editorship of The Reader over to husband Philip Davis, Jane…

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Free Thinking

BBC Radio 3 & Radio Merseyside’s Free Thinking Festival returns to Liverpool Free Thinking BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio…

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Public Domain Audio Books: Librivox

Audio books account for a small but significant part of the market for books and with the rise of the…

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Get Into Reading Gets Into TV

Get Into Reading's Ridgeway Library group will be appearing on BBC 4 tonight in a brand new literary show. The…

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Armistead Maupin in Liverpool on July 4, 2007

On Independence Day 2007, Armistead Maupin, one of America’s greatest living gay writers will be appearing at a special event…

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Meeting the Prime Minister

Last Wednesday Jane Davis and Kate McDonnell were invited to a reception held by the Prime Minister for public sector…

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Underground Books

One theory about how to get people reading is that if you put books in front of them they will…

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