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1.3 million people in England are spending more than 20 hours a week doing unpaid care, the Health Survey for England has revealed.
New research carried out by ScotCen shows that the average blood levels of vitamin D from adults living in Scotland are above the level regarded adequate
Updated edition of 'Qualitative Research Practice' published
But less well-off may struggle to maintain contact, new research finds.
The vast majority (87%) of fathers who don’t live with their children say that they continue to have contact with them and close to half (49%) say that their children stay with them on a regular basis, on weekends and during school holidays, new research has revealed.
NatCen Social Research will be hosting student placements and its research staff will be sharing their experience of some of the UK's most challenging research studies with students at three universities to support a new quantitative methods training initiative launched today.
A new report from the National Centre for Social Research has found that whilst 54% of British homeowners say that they feel a strong sense of community; this figure is 38% among those in the private rented sector.