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Times Higher Education magazine today publishes its 2012 World Reputation Rankings. The annual reputation rankings, which complement the prestigious World University Rankings, are based on the world’s largest survey of academic opinion and provide a unique insight into the shifting academic prestige of institutions.


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A report into drugs prescribed for mental health conditions has revealed a huge increase in Ritalin prescriptions over the last 20 years. What is the true rate of the increase, and how do ADHD drugs compare to other medication in the mental health field?


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A visualisation of each primary school in Scotland and their local authorities by the rate of free school meals uptake. 


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Diabetes - discover the difference between Type 1 and Type 2


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A visualisation of every hospital admission for accidents in Scotland 2004-2011 as figures are released showing that adults and children from the most deprived areas of Scotland are twice as likely to die from an accidental injury than those from the most affluent postcodes.


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A festive pie chart showing Scottish pantomime productions broken down by fairy tale.


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The geographical spread of Glasgow’s knife crime problem is revealed today in an innovative new map by The Scotsman that brings together police statistics and newspaper reports.

The Scotsman's data team hope to build a comprehensive picture of incidents of knife crime in the region in collaboration with readers.


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Mapping Scotland's top and bottom 10 state schools by pupils with three or more Highers by the end of S5.

Pupils at Jordanhill School in Glasgow, which receives public funding but is not under local government control, received the best results, with 77 per cent passing three or more Highers.


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