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Hindustantimes.com
Dreams come true: A look at what it’s like to live on the world’s top campusesaiming for Harvard since he was a child. Karan Kothari, 28, gave up a senior ex
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 hours ago
aiming for Harvard since he was a child. Karan Kothari, 28, gave up a senior executive position to prepare for London’s Imperial College. Top universities are what ambition-fuelled dreams are made of. But what is it like when you finally get... Read more
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Fortune
Can You Be Fit and Fat? The Answer Is Complicated (and Contentious).itself, increases the risk of developing health complications down the road, sa
Fortune / Posted 10 hours ago
itself, increases the risk of developing health complications down the road, says Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London's School of Public Health (and one of the study’s authors). Her hypothesis is that for those who are... Read more
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The Register
Pssst... wanna participate in a Google DeepMind AI pilot? Be carefulto exculpate itself, including by publishing its contracts for use of Streams w
The Register / Posted 15 hours ago
to exculpate itself, including by publishing its contracts for use of Streams with Royal Free, Taunton and Somerset and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. “Prior to the outcome of the ICO undertaking, we’d taken steps to become one of the... Read more
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The Washington Times
China may have new long-range Quantum sub detectorthe extra artefacts generated by motion. This “would be relevant to an anti-sub
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
the extra artefacts generated by motion. This “would be relevant to an anti-submarine warfare device”, says David Caplin at Imperial College London, who works on magnetic sensors,” reported New Scientist. But who needs a quantum supercomputing... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
St Albans and Harpenden schools A-level round-up - results from Oaklands, Beaumont, Sandringham, St Albans School, Verulam, Nicholas Breakspear, Samuel Ryder, St Columba’s, Loreto, Roundwood Park and Sir John LawesDavid Buxton joined in praising the teenagers. He noted the increase in A* and
Herts Advertiser / Posted yesterday
David Buxton joined in praising the teenagers. He noted the increase in A* and A grades was “particularly pleasing”. Imperial College London has accepted a St Columba’s student, Billy McDermott, having achieved three A* grades. At Loreto,... Read more
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Daily Mail
How to beat health problems no one likes to talk aboutThe advice to eat more fibre may make the problem worse, says Professor Julian
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
The advice to eat more fibre may make the problem worse, says Professor Julian Walters, a consultant gastroenterologist at Imperial College Healthcare. ‘Bran is a poorly tolerated source of fibre and can make pain and bloating worse in some... Read more
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Medical News Today
Multiple sclerosis: Are we close to a cure?body, and the new cells make their way to the bone marrow and gradually rebuild
Medical News Today / Posted 2 days ago
body, and the new cells make their way to the bone marrow and gradually rebuild the immune system within 3 to 6 months. Imperial College London in the United Kingdom recently published the long-term outcomes of AHSCT in people with relapsing MS.... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Out of this worldover 800 feet deep, according to the free online Impact Earth! calculator that'
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
over 800 feet deep, according to the free online Impact Earth! calculator that's a joint project of Purdue University and Imperial College London. No need to worry, however; the Sentry System estimates the odds of 2017 MZ8 impacting Earth on Oct.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia about to lose top spot in this world health rankingmany researchers believed that life expectancy would never surpass 90 years," s
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
many researchers believed that life expectancy would never surpass 90 years," said lead author Professor Majid Ezzati from Imperial College London. "Our predictions of increasing lifespans highlight our public health and healthcare successes.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'I feel betrayed by my country': Yassmin after the stormconservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a Ph
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a PhD in electrical engineering at London's Imperial College. In 1989, when he was back teaching at the University of Khartoum, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir overthrew the... Read more
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This is West Country
A LEVELS: A third of pupils celebrate A*-B on Results day at Wadhamteam was delighted with A grades in Maths, Physics and Chemistry and a B in Bio
This is West Country / Posted 5 days ago
team was delighted with A grades in Maths, Physics and Chemistry and a B in Biology and will be reading Material Science at Imperial College London. Sisters Nicole and Sarah Keylock secured places at Bath to study Criminology and Bournemouth to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Testosterone may be responsible for stock market crashesin its place. 'Testosterone is important to study because it has such profound
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
in its place. 'Testosterone is important to study because it has such profound actions, it has shaped human history,' Imperial College London behavioural expert Dr Ed Roberts told MailOnline. 'It has numerous effects, because to be effective... Read more
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express
High tech plan to save the Great Barrier Reef – with 3D PRINTED CORALdying." Miss Gregory, from Rhiwderin, Newport, is currently studying a double
express / Posted 5 days ago
dying." Miss Gregory, from Rhiwderin, Newport, is currently studying a double masters in global innovation design at both Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art. WALES NEWS SERVICEMs Gregory has teamed up with ocean conservationist... Read more
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Canberra Times
Yassmin Abdel-Magied on becoming 'Australia's most publicly hated Muslim'conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a Ph
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a PhD in electrical engineering at London's Imperial College. In 1989, when he was back teaching at the University of Khartoum, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir overthrew the... Read more
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The Age
Yassmin Abdel-Magied on becoming 'Australia's most publicly hated Muslim'conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a Ph
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a PhD in electrical engineering at London's Imperial College. In 1989, when he was back teaching at the University of Khartoum, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir overthrew the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Yassmin Abdel-Magied on becoming 'Australia's most publicly hated Muslim'conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a Ph
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
conservative values still remain". Midhat Abdel-Magied left Sudan to take a PhD in electrical engineering at London's Imperial College. In 1989, when he was back teaching at the University of Khartoum, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir overthrew the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
VIDEOS: West Cumbria students celebrate A-level successoffer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and p
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
offer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very surprised." Beth... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Smiles all round as A-level students across Norwich celebrate exam successproud of me.” Despite her high grades and ambition to go into software enginee
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
proud of me.” Despite her high grades and ambition to go into software engineering, it was still not enough to get into Imperial College London to study computer science. Miss Johnson, who has instead been accepted into Bristol University, said... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
A levels 2017: High praise for West Buckland studentsensures Tom will take his place at St John’s College, Oxford, to study physics,
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
ensures Tom will take his place at St John’s College, Oxford, to study physics, while David and Lucy will be going to Imperial College and the University of Bath to read maths with computer science and education with psychology,... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Smiles all round as A-level students across Norwich celebrate exam successproud of me.” Despite her high grades and ambition to go into software enginee
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 6 days ago
proud of me.” Despite her high grades and ambition to go into software engineering, it was still not enough to get into Imperial College London to study computer science. Miss Johnson, who has instead been accepted into Bristol University, said... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Redbridge results: Five Oxbridge places for Woodford County Highwho got three A* in maths, further maths and physics. A long time advocate for
Ilford Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
who got three A* in maths, further maths and physics. A long time advocate for girls in STEM, Suhaa gained a place on Imperial College London’s prestigious STEM potential scheme where she was mentored by a PhD student within the engineering... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Redbridge results: Top marks for twins in Trinity Catholic High School A-level examsHigh School. These outstanding results have secured a place at Cambridge, to st
Ilford Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
High School. These outstanding results have secured a place at Cambridge, to study Computer Science, for Max and one at Imperial College London for Riku, to study Aeronautical Engineering. A pair of twins studying at Trinity Catholic High... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
A-level results day 2017: Freman College in Buntingfordafter gaining two As and one B grade. Tom Claydon, who gained one A* and three
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 6 days ago
after gaining two As and one B grade. Tom Claydon, who gained one A* and three A grades, is going to read computing at Imperial College London and Cathy O’Sullivan who gained two A*s and one A is taking history of art at Edinburgh. But many... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Ruthin School send ten to Oxford and CambridgeCambridge Viki Tong – 4A* 1A Mathematics, Cambridge Lee Li – 4A* Natural Scie
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 6 days ago
Cambridge Viki Tong – 4A* 1A Mathematics, Cambridge Lee Li – 4A* Natural Sciences, Cambridge Kim Ma – 4A* Mathematics, Imperial College Arun Thirunavukarasu – 4A* Medicine, Cambridge Betty Hu – 3A* 2A Economics, Cambridge Katherine Li – 3A*... Read more
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walesonline
Cynon Valley students are celebrating terrific A-Level resultsgrades at St John Baptist Among their top performers were last year’s head boy
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
grades at St John Baptist Among their top performers were last year’s head boy, Jonathan Saunders, who will be going to Imperial College London to study Biochemistry having attained two A*s in Biology and Maths, two As in Chemistry and Physics... Read more
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Weston Mercury
A-level results: King Alfred School celebrate 100% pass rateAlfred have secured university places such as Oxford, Exeter, Kent, Sheffield,
Weston Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
Alfred have secured university places such as Oxford, Exeter, Kent, Sheffield, Leeds, Sussex, Cardiff, Southampton, UCL and Imperial College, London. For more pictures and reaction from the school and students, pick up a copy of Thursday’s Mer... Read more
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express
Results 2017: Top universities in the UK for producing the most millionairesinstitutions. Sir David Attenborough and billionaire investor George Soros are
express / Posted 6 days ago
institutions. Sir David Attenborough and billionaire investor George Soros are among its successful applicants. 3. Imperial College London Imperial College London is also a world-class university and became the place of study for many... Read more
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Gulf News
UAE students score high in A level resultsacceptances from universities and colleges like University of Cambridge, Univer
Gulf News / Posted 6 days ago
acceptances from universities and colleges like University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University College London, Imperial College London, King’s College London MIT, Stanford University, Columbia University, Princeton University, and... Read more
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The Welwyn & Hatfield Times
level results 2017: Queenswood Schoolincluding history and Italian at Oxford, pharmacy at University College London,
The Welwyn & Hatfield Times / Posted 6 days ago
including history and Italian at Oxford, pharmacy at University College London, law at Durham, civil engineering at Imperial College London, and art history at St Andrews. Principal Jo Cameron said: “The girls and staff have worked with... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering results: Students at Havering Sixth Form ‘so happy’ with A-level resultsmoon”. “I’m confused,” she said. “I cannot believe it. I wasn’t expecting it.
Romford Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
moon”. “I’m confused,” she said. “I cannot believe it. I wasn’t expecting it.” Isabelle Matti, 18, will now attend the Imperial College London after gaining an A* in geology and two A’s in biology and maths. “I cannot even describe how I... Read more
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AutoExpress
Electric cars are twice as green as five years agokm driven in 2012, but that has now halved to 74g per km in winter and just 41g
AutoExpress / Posted 6 days ago
km driven in 2012, but that has now halved to 74g per km in winter and just 41g per km in summer, according to research by Imperial College London. This means a Tesla Model S still produces more CO2 when charged in winter than a Toyota Prius, the... Read more
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Newham Recorder
A-level results: Newham Collegiate Sixth Form pupil set to study medicine with sister at Cambridge22, after scoring an A* in biology and As in chemistry, maths and physics. Rem
Newham Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
22, after scoring an A* in biology and As in chemistry, maths and physics. Remarkably Subatheena, who will attend Imperial College, and Kavimeela, who currently studies at St Catherine’s College, are the first two from their family to win... Read more
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The Comet
level results day 2017: St Francis’ College, LetchworthFoot, Grace Twitchett and Audrey Liu achieved straight A grades, and are respec
The Comet / Posted 6 days ago
Foot, Grace Twitchett and Audrey Liu achieved straight A grades, and are respectively set to read physics at Imperial College London, veterinary medicine at the Royal Veterinary College and computing at Imperial. Georgia said: “The... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
A levels 2017: Shebbear gains record number of starsmajority of the class of 2017 have succeeded in gaining places at their first c
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
majority of the class of 2017 have succeeded in gaining places at their first choice of university. Destinations include Imperial College, Birmingham, Leeds, Exeter, Reading, Loughborough, Plymouth, Bath, and Southampton. Among the successes... Read more
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Whitehaven News
VIDEOS: West Cumbria students celebrate A-level successoffer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and p
Whitehaven News / Posted 6 days ago
offer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very surprised." Beth... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
VIDEOS: West Cumbria students celebrate A-level successoffer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and p
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
offer." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very surprised." Beth... Read more
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The Comet
level results day 2017: St Christopher School, LetchworthPicture: St Christopher School Students cemented places at a host of top unive
The Comet / Posted 6 days ago
Picture: St Christopher School Students cemented places at a host of top universities including Oxford, Cambridge, UCL and Imperial College London – with 97 per cent of grades at A* to E, 76 per cent at A* to C, 58 per cent at A* to B, and 35 per... Read more
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The News and Star
Hard work pays off for thousands of Cumbrian studentsschool." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and
The News and Star / Posted 6 days ago
school." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very... Read more
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express
UCAS CLEARING: Nearly 30,000 uni places up for grabs - here's how to applythey may have places available. Only Oxford, Cambridge, University College Lon
express / Posted 6 days ago
they may have places available. Only Oxford, Cambridge, University College London, the London School of Economics and Imperial College do no take part in clearing. Others, including Nottingham, Queen's University Belfast and Newcastle, have... Read more
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Whitehaven News
UPDATED: West Cumbria students celebrate A-level successstaff." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and p
Whitehaven News / Posted 6 days ago
staff." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
UPDATED: West Cumbria students celebrate A-level successstaff." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and p
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
staff." Luke Ely, 18, of Strawberry How, got A*s in maths, further maths and physics. He will study computer science at Imperial College in London. He said: "I feel really happy. I wasn't expecting these results so I'm very... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Students will no longer be taken for granted by universities - we've made sure of itteaching standards, and outcomes for graduates. In the words of Simone Buitendi
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
teaching standards, and outcomes for graduates. In the words of Simone Buitendijk, vice-provost for education of Imperial College, the TEF has been “a godsend.” We are also improving choice in the system by making it easier to set up... Read more
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ABC News
Study suggests you cannot be 'fat but fit'range, excess weight is still a risk factor," Dr. Camille Lassale, the lead aut
ABC News / Posted 7 days ago
range, excess weight is still a risk factor," Dr. Camille Lassale, the lead author of the study said in a statement to the Imperial College London announcing the findings. Researchers analyzed thousands of incidences of coronary heart disease over... Read more
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Technode
HEXA the robo-spider launches with interface that could be industry game-changerbut also for “emotional support.” An improv actor has requested one for taking
Technode / Posted 7 days ago
but also for “emotional support.” An improv actor has requested one for taking part in his shows and a researcher at Imperial College London will conduct reinforcement learning experiments on a HEXA so that it can learn for itself. “We are... Read more
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Medical News Today
'Metabolically healthy obese' at twice the risk of heart diseasehigher-than-normal body mass index (BMI) but no identifiable health issues. Dr
Medical News Today / Posted 8 days ago
higher-than-normal body mass index (BMI) but no identifiable health issues. Drs. Camille Lassale and Ioanna Tzoulaki, from Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, alongside colleagues from the University of Cambridge, also in the U.K., have... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Fat but fit’ still has higher risk of heart disease, study confirmsbut fit.” “We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese,” sa
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 8 days ago
but fit.” “We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese,” said Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London’s School of Public Health, now based at University College London, who led the research. “You are at... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
'Fat but fit' still has higher risk of heart disease, study confirmsbut fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," sa
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 8 days ago
but fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," said Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London's School of Public Health, now based at University College London, who led the research. "You are at... Read more
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News 8000
'Fat but fit' still has higher risk of heart disease, study confirmsbut fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," sa
News 8000 / Posted 8 days ago
but fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," said Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London's School of Public Health, now based at University College London, who led the research. "You are at... Read more
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KECI Missoula
'Fat but fit' still has higher risk of heart disease, study confirmsbut fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," sa
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
but fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," said Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London's School of Public Health, now based at University College London, who led the research. "You are at... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
'Fat but fit' still has higher risk of heart disease, study confirmsbut fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," sa
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 8 days ago
but fit." "We conclude that there is no such thing as being healthy obese," said Camille Lassale, an epidemiologist from Imperial College London's School of Public Health, now based at University College London, who led the research. "You are at... Read more
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