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14 November 2019

Ethnic minority women face more barriers to seeing their GP

Women from ethnic minority backgrounds report around twice as many barriers than white women to…

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13 November 2019

Phage therapy shows promise for treating Alcoholic Liver Disease

Study shows treating mice with bacteriophages clears bacteria and eliminates the disease in mice.

womens equality
13 November 2019

Men less likely than women to need intelligence and hard work to get ahead, public say

Public perceptions of what helps or hinders women’s equality…

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12 November 2019

Four hundred cleaning and security staff join King's

Over four hundred cleaning and security staff are now…

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11 November 2019

Impaired liver function during pregnancy may increase risk of childhood obesity

Research from King’s has shown that impaired liver function…

15 July 2019

Belly fat: gut bacteria checks could lead to personalised diets

Rates of obesity are rising across the globe; a third of the…

1 July 2019

How technology designed for outer space can help detect disease on planet earth

New research at King’s shows technology developed to measure…

17 May 2019

Building the risk out of the city

How do we protect cities and their citizens from extreme…

2 May 2019

Can financial incentives equalise access to India's healthcare?

In 2007, the Indian Government introduced a National Health…

9 January 2019

Preventing AIDS by lifting mood

King's College London research hopes to show how treating…

21 December 2018

Air Pollution: The Invisible Killer

The air pollution that we breathe every day is largely…

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