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Wednesday 26th April 2017

Creative animation empowers pregnant women to voice health concerns

Creative animation empowers pregnant women to voice health concerns
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A creative animation, developed as part of a collaboration between King's Improvement Science and writer, artist, and facilitator Claire Collinson, is at the heart of a new campaign launched today by Tommy's charity, King's College London and the BabyCentre website to empower pregnant women to overcome fears about speaking to professionals about their health concerns.
Date:
26 April 2017
Tuesday 25th April 2017

Childhood obesity linked to quadrupled risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Childhood obesity linked to quadrupled risk of developing type 2 diabetes
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Children with obesity face four times the risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to children with a body mass index (BMI) in the normal range, according to a study published today in the Journal of the Endocrine Society.
Date:
25 April 2017

Four new Members of the Circle of Cultural Fellows

Four new Members of the Circle of Cultural Fellows
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Today King's announces four new members of the university's Circle of Cultural Fellows. The Circle of Cultural Fellows is a group of exceptional individuals who support King's in its ambition to ensure that arts and culture enhance the King's experience for academics and students.
Date:
25 April 2017

Chemotherapy drug may increase vulnerability to depression

Chemotherapy drug may increase vulnerability to depression
Description
A chemotherapy drug used to treat brain cancer may increase vulnerability to depression by stopping new brain cells from growing, according to a new King's College London study out today in Translational Psychiatry.
Date:
25 April 2017
Thursday 20th April 2017

Phobia of dentists leads to more decay and tooth loss, new study finds

Phobia of dentists leads to more decay and tooth loss, new study finds
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People who have a severe fear of the dentist are more likely to have tooth decay or missing teeth, according to a new study from King's College London.
Date:
20 April 2017
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