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Thursday 23rd April 2015

Westminster City Council resolves to grant planning permission for Strand redevelopment

Westminster City Council resolves to grant planning permission for Strand redevelopment
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Westminster City Council has resolved to grant planning permission for the proposals for the redevelopment of several elements of King's College London's Strand Campus.
Date:
23 April 2015

Scientists discover asthma's potential root cause

Scientists discover asthma's potential root cause
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A team of scientists have for the first time identified the potential root cause of asthma and an existing drug that offers a new treatment.
Date:
23 April 2015
Wednesday 22nd April 2015

Verbal therapy could block consolidation of fear memories in trauma victims

Verbal therapy could block consolidation of fear memories in trauma victims
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A verbal 'updating' technique aimed at blocking the consolidation of traumatic memories could protect against the long-term psychological and physiological effects of trauma, according to new research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London and the University of Oxford.
Date:
22 April 2015

Ebola could spread again if we do not invest aid correctly, warns global health expert

Ebola could spread again if we do not invest aid correctly, warns global health expert
Description
The devastation caused by Ebola could happen again if the $5.4 billion pledged in aid does not reach West African healthcare systems, warns global health expert Dr Paul Farmer. Speaking at King's College London, Dr Farmer said that without the right investment, 'there's no credible reason to believe these problems will not occur again.'
Date:
22 April 2015
Tuesday 21st April 2015

E-cigarettes - does type and frequency of use influence quitting amongst smokers?

E-cigarettes - does type and frequency of use influence quitting amongst smokers?
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Using e-cigarettes daily may increase future attempts to quit smoking and reduce tobacco consumption amongst smokers - but only daily use of e-cigarettes which are designed to be refilled with liquid ('tanks') is associated with successful quitting, according to two new research papers published today by the IoPPN.
Date:
21 April 2015
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