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International Business Times
Junior doctors to stage further walkouts in September over contract disputeaction. This is despite a pledge from Jeremy Hunt that his door is always open.
Junior doctors to stage further walkouts in September over contract dispute
International Business Times / Posted 4 hours ago
action. This is despite a pledge from Jeremy Hunt that his door is always open." Placards are held in the air outside King's College Hospital as junior doctors strike in London, EnglandChris Ratcliffe/Getty A Department of Health spokesperson... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers working to develop simple blood test to predict onset of Alzheimer's diseasethe onset of Alzheimer's disease. Funded by the Alzheimer's Society, the group
Researchers working to develop simple blood test to predict onset of Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 hours ago
the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Funded by the Alzheimer's Society, the group of researchers from Cardiff University, King's College London and the University of Oxford studied blood from 292 individuals with the earliest signs of memory... Read more
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express
Breakthrough blood test could predict onset of Alzheimer’s diseasedisease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment."
Breakthrough blood test could predict onset of Alzheimer’s disease
express / Posted yesterday
disease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment." The team, including scientists from Cardiff, King's College London, and Oxford University, studied blood from 292 people with early signs of memory loss but who did not... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Blood test could predict Alzheimer's in people with mild memory problemsdisease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment."
Blood test could predict Alzheimer's in people with mild memory problems
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
disease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment." The team, including scientists from Cardiff, King's College London, and Oxford University, studied blood from 292 people with early signs of memory loss but who did not... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Blood test could predict Alzheimer's in people with mild memory problemsdisease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment."
Blood test could predict Alzheimer's in people with mild memory problems
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
disease in older people with mild, and possibly innocent, memory impairment." The team, including scientists from Cardiff, King's College London, and Oxford University, studied blood from 292 people with early signs of memory loss but who did not... Read more
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asianage
UN pays tens of millions to Syrian companies linked to Assad regimehave been designated off-limits by Europe and the US," the Guardian said. Rein
UN pays tens of millions to Syrian companies linked to Assad regime
asianage / Posted yesterday
have been designated off-limits by Europe and the US," the Guardian said. Reinoud Leenders, an expert in war studies at King's College London, wrote in the Guardian that the "UN's alleged pragmatism has long given way to troubling proximity to... Read more
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asianage
UN pays tens of millions to Syrian companies linked to Assad regime reporthave been designated off-limits by Europe and the US," the Guardian said. Rein
UN pays tens of millions to Syrian companies linked to Assad regime report
asianage / Posted yesterday
have been designated off-limits by Europe and the US," the Guardian said. Reinoud Leenders, an expert in war studies at King's College London, wrote in the Guardian that the "UN's alleged pragmatism has long given way to troubling proximity to... Read more
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heraldscotland
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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SKY News
Conjoined Twin Girls To Start School In Kentthe rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births.
Conjoined Twin Girls To Start School In Kent
SKY News / Posted yesterday
the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. She went on: "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls. "It was heartbreaking,... Read more
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International Business Times
Conjoined twins Rosie and Ruby ready to start school four years after separation surgerypregnant I didn't think I'd ever see their first day at school," their mother A
Conjoined twins Rosie and Ruby ready to start school four years after separation surgery
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
pregnant I didn't think I'd ever see their first day at school," their mother Angela said. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls. It was heartbreaking really —... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Fall Penn College teams set to begin their seasons this weekthe men's and women's cross-country teams compete at the Misericordia Invitatio
Fall Penn College teams set to begin their seasons this week
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
the men's and women's cross-country teams compete at the Misericordia Invitational, and the women's soccer team hosts King's College. On Friday, the men's soccer team travels to Westminster, and the women's volleyball team hosts Alfred... Read more
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Bury Times
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Northern Echo
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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express
'They are very excited!' Twins born conjoined to start school after defying the oddshad the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live birt
'They are very excited!' Twins born conjoined to start school after defying the odds
express / Posted yesterday
had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. She said: "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls. "It was heartbreaking really... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Gazette
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Gazette / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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guardian-series
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Harrow Times
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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This is West Country
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Gazette News
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Bolton News
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Remains of First World War captain Henry John Innes Walker discovered in Flanders fieldfinal resting place for him. New Zealand military records say he was killed in
Remains of First World War captain Henry John Innes Walker discovered in Flanders field
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
final resting place for him. New Zealand military records say he was killed in action on April 25, 1915. Walker attended King's College in Auckland where he now appears in the school's Roll of Honour. He is also remembered at the Ypres (Menin... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start schoolthe girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000
Mother's delight as conjoined twin daughters prepare to start school
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
the girls had the rare medical condition - it accounts for one in every 200,000 live births. "At 16 weeks they sent me to King's College Hospital and it was there that they discovered the connection between the girls," she said. "It was... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activityover two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people w
Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activity
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
over two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people without the illness. The research, led by King's College London and the South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust, also offers important insights into the... Read more
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New Kerala
Low levels of physical activity worsens psychosis - newkerala.com #110087with psychosis be more active, and potentially reduce their risk of cardiovascu
Low levels of physical activity worsens psychosis - newkerala.com #110087
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
with psychosis be more active, and potentially reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease," said Brendon Stubbs from King's College London. For the study, the researchers analysed more than 2,00,000 people aged 18-64 from nearly 50... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study explores relationship between moderate-vigorous exercise and psychotic symptomsmales with psychosis are more likely to die prematurely due to cardiovascular d
Study explores relationship between moderate-vigorous exercise and psychotic symptoms
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
males with psychosis are more likely to die prematurely due to cardiovascular disease also. Dr. Brendon Stubbs from King's College London and the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, said: "Our data provide the first... Read more
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Brandon Sun
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismfrom being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the Internationa
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
from being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King's College London. He said it is just not enough to blame the internet companies. "Our research has shown that the vast... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Hospital death of childcare worker 'not a result of medical negligence'evidence to the inquest yesterday, Professor Julia Wendon, a liver specialist a
Hospital death of childcare worker 'not a result of medical negligence'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
evidence to the inquest yesterday, Professor Julia Wendon, a liver specialist and executive medical director at King's College Hospital, said it was likely that Mrs Morris had suffered a pulmonary embolism. While unusually "devastating"... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismfrom being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the Internationa
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 6 days ago
from being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King's College London. He said it is just not enough to blame the internet companies. "Our research has shown that the vast... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismfrom being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the Internationa
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 6 days ago
from being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King's College London. He said it is just not enough to blame the internet companies. "Our research has shown that the vast... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismfrom being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the Internationa
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Hawaii News Now / Posted 6 days ago
from being used by terrorists, said Peter Neumann, director of the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King's College London. He said it is just not enough to blame the internet companies. "Our research has shown that the vast... Read more
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New Kerala
Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activity: newkerala.com #109845over two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people w
Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activity: newkerala.com #109845
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
over two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people without the illness. The research, led by King's College London and the South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust, also offers important insights into the... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
UK report urges social media companies to tackle extremismthe companies deploy only a "few hundred" employees to monitor billions of acco
UK report urges social media companies to tackle extremism
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 6 days ago
the companies deploy only a "few hundred" employees to monitor billions of accounts. But Peter Neumann, a professor at King's College London who studies radicalization, said Thursday that blaming the internet alone is too simplistic. Copyright... Read more
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Daily Herald
UK report urges social media companies to tackle extremismsize, Vaz says the companies deploy only a "few hundred" employees to monitor b
UK report urges social media companies to tackle extremism
Daily Herald / Posted 6 days ago
size, Vaz says the companies deploy only a "few hundred" employees to monitor billions of accounts. But Peter Neumann, a professor at King's College London who studies radicalization, said Thursday that blaming the internet alone is too simpli... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
People with psychosis engage in low levels of physical activity, study revealsover two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people w
People with psychosis engage in low levels of physical activity, study reveals
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
over two times more likely to miss global activity targets compared to people without the illness. The research, led by King's College London and the South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust, also offers important insights into the... Read more
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The Hindu
New engagement with an old neighbourSwaraj’s visit. But as in the past, the future of India-Myanmar relationship wi
New engagement with an old neighbour
The Hindu / Posted 7 days ago
Swaraj’s visit. But as in the past, the future of India-Myanmar relationship will not be determined by democracy alone. Harsh V. Pant is Professor at King's College, London and Head of Strategic Studies at the Observer Research Foundation, New Del... Read more
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Aljazeera
Kashmir and Palestine: The story of two occupationsin the Middle East Review of International Affairs in 2004, Harsh Pant, profess
Kashmir and Palestine: The story of two occupations
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
in the Middle East Review of International Affairs in 2004, Harsh Pant, professor of international relations at King's College London, frames the self-determination struggles in Kashmir and Palestine within a post-9/11 narrative of the... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
UK university suffers 21 ransomware attacks in one yearthe 71 universities contacted refused to answer because it could damage their "
UK university suffers 21 ransomware attacks in one year
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 7 days ago
the 71 universities contacted refused to answer because it could damage their "commercial interests", while two, Oxford and King's College London, admitted that they do not have any antivirus software designed to stop such threats. The worst... Read more
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CBC.ca
This picture of Justin Trudeau and Gord Downie hugging was not taken by the media. Does it matter?of public relations and marketing. It's not a function of news and journalism."
This picture of Justin Trudeau and Gord Downie hugging was not taken by the media. Does it matter?
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
of public relations and marketing. It's not a function of news and journalism." Tim Currie, director of the University of King's College School of Journalism, said this is "worrisome on a public interest level as images are hugely important in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Politics Expected to Dominate Kijana Wamalwa's 13th Memorialand represented Kenya at a UN student forum. In 1965, he was awarded a commonw
Politics Expected to Dominate Kijana Wamalwa's 13th Memorial
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
and represented Kenya at a UN student forum. In 1965, he was awarded a commonwealth scholarship to study law at King's College, University of Cambridge, graduating in 1968 before going on to the London School of Economics. Last year,... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Unhealthy diet in pregnancy linked to ADHDdiet and making healthy choices during pregnancy could influence the mental hea
Unhealthy diet in pregnancy linked to ADHD
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 8 days ago
diet and making healthy choices during pregnancy could influence the mental health of children, according to a study from King's College London. Researchers found that children most at risk of developing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder... Read more
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