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Irish Examiner
Survey finds children who skip breakfast miss out on essential nutrientswith 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot,
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
with 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot, a lecturer in nutritional science at King's College London, said: "This study provides evidence that breakfast is key for parents to ensure that their children... Read more
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News.com.au
Why its important kids eat breakfastWHO CONDUCTED THE STUDY? Researchers at King's College London WHERE DID THE D
News.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
WHO CONDUCTED THE STUDY? Researchers at King's College London WHERE DID THE DATA COME FROM? A national nutrition and diet survey run between 2008 and 2012 involving 802 children aged 4 - 10 years and 884 children aged 11 - 18 years... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Why its important kids eat breakfastWHO CONDUCTED THE STUDY? Researchers at King's College London WHERE DID THE D
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 hours ago
WHO CONDUCTED THE STUDY? Researchers at King's College London WHERE DID THE DATA COME FROM? A national nutrition and diet survey run between 2008 and 2012 involving 802 children aged 4 - 10 years and 884 children aged 11 - 18 years... Read more
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New Kerala
Kids who skip breakfast are putting themselves at malnutrition risk - newkerala news #263899Is there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk
New Kerala / Posted 14 hours ago
Is there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk of malnutrition by skipping breakfast. The King's College London study found that children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key... Read more
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asianage
Skipping breakfast ups risk of malnutrition in childrenIs there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk
asianage / Posted 14 hours ago
Is there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk of malnutrition by skipping breakfast. The King's College London study found that children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Children skipping breakfast risk malnutrition, says studyIs there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 15 hours ago
Is there no time before school? Your children may be putting themselves at risk of malnutrition by skipping breakfast. The King's College London study found that children who skip breakfast regularly may not be consuming the daily amounts of key... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Breakfast survey underlines importance of going to school on an eggwith 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot,
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
with 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot, a lecturer in nutritional science at King's College London, said: "This study provides evidence that breakfast is key for parents to ensure that their children... Read more
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The News and Star
Breakfast survey underlines importance of going to school on an eggwith 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot,
The News and Star / Posted 19 hours ago
with 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot, a lecturer in nutritional science at King's College London, said: "This study provides evidence that breakfast is key for parents to ensure that their children... Read more
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birminghammail
This is why it is so important for children to eat breakfastwith 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot,
birminghammail / Posted 19 hours ago
with 7.3% of those who avoided the morning meal. Lead researcher Dr Gerda Pot, a lecturer in nutritional science at King's College London, said: "This study provides evidence that breakfast is key for parents to ensure that their children... Read more
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Daily Mail
Blood test could detect cancer in patients before symptoms appearare caused by secondary tumours, which in breast cancer usually appear in the l
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
are caused by secondary tumours, which in breast cancer usually appear in the lungs, the liver or the bones. Scientists at King's College London think the new imaging technique will allow them to identify women whose cancer is likely to spread into... Read more
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Daily Mail
Imaging technique can predict if breast cancer will spreadare caused by secondary tumours, which in breast cancer usually appear in the l
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
are caused by secondary tumours, which in breast cancer usually appear in the lungs, the liver or the bones. Scientists at King's College London think the new imaging technique will allow them to identify women whose cancer is likely to spread into... Read more
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Daily Mail
Robot saved my sight by blasting my eye with radiotherapylooked slightly out of focus, so went to have his glasses adjusted. His optici
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
looked slightly out of focus, so went to have his glasses adjusted. His optician referred him to an eye consultant at King's College Hospital in London, who last March confirmed that Michael was suffering from wet AMD in his left eye. This is... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bruised but coping, Qatar's economy remains strong: Expertsmost resilient country in the Middle East by far," said Andreas Krieg, a strate
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
most resilient country in the Middle East by far," said Andreas Krieg, a strategic risk analyst and assistant professor at King's College London university. "They are very determined to see this through. Unlike the other countries, they have the... Read more
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asianage
'Lot of time' needed to rebuild trust in Gulf: Qatar FM on diplomatic crisisdiplomatic uncertainty in the region will lead to the demise of the GCC. One,
asianage / Posted yesterday
diplomatic uncertainty in the region will lead to the demise of the GCC. One, Andreas Krieg, a political risk analyst at King's College London, told AFP that the GCC was "dying by the day". "The Kuwaiti emir is a great believer in the GCC and... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bruised but coping, Qatar's economy remains strong: expertsmost resilient country in the Middle East by far," said Andreas Krieg, a strate
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
most resilient country in the Middle East by far," said Andreas Krieg, a strategic risk analyst and assistant professor at King's College London university. "They are very determined to see this through. Unlike the other countries, they have the... Read more
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Rappler
'Lot of time' needed to rebuild trust in Gulf – Qatar FMdiplomatic uncertainty in the region will lead to the demise of the GCC. One,
Rappler / Posted yesterday
diplomatic uncertainty in the region will lead to the demise of the GCC. One, Andreas Krieg, a political risk analyst at King's College London, told Agence France-Presse that the GCC was "dying by the day". "The Kuwaiti emir is a great believer... Read more
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express
Read the Victoria Wood postcard she sent aged 6 that has reduced her brother to tearsthe time he received the postcard Mr Foote Wood was completing a four-year hono
express / Posted 2 days ago
the time he received the postcard Mr Foote Wood was completing a four-year honours degree course in Civil Engineering at King's College, Newcastle, which was then part of the University of Durham. He worked as a civil engineer for several years... Read more
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Western Advocate
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsserve as a kind of base note for their lives. "A silent Big Ben will be super
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
serve as a kind of base note for their lives. "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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The Courier
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsserve as a kind of base note for their lives. "A silent Big Ben will be super
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
serve as a kind of base note for their lives. "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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Brisbane Times
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsincludes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be sup
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
includes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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WA Today
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsincludes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be sup
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
includes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsincludes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be sup
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
includes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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The Age
London's Big Ben to go silent for four yearsincludes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be sup
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
includes the landmark 'Big Ben' clock. Photo: AP "A silent Big Ben will be super eerie," tweeted Rob, a history student at King's College. "I could hear the chimes from my room in Euston, they're the sound of London!" "It will be very sad, but it... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Places still available at leading universities for coming yearshowing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmin
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
showing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow, King's College London, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Queen Mary (University of London), Queen's University... Read more
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The News and Star
Places still available at leading universities for coming yearshowing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmin
The News and Star / Posted 3 days ago
showing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow, King's College London, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Queen Mary (University of London), Queen's University... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Places still available at leading universities for coming yearshowing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmin
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
showing undergraduate courses with availability for English students are Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow, King's College London, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Queen Mary (University of London), Queen's University... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Denser and denserwere regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart c
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
were regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart cookie, Malcolm Lader of London's King's College, pointed out their addictive potential, even at prescribed doses, potentially spoiling drug manufacturers'... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Denser and denserwere regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart c
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
were regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart cookie, Malcolm Lader of London's King's College, pointed out their addictive potential, even at prescribed doses, potentially spoiling drug manufacturers'... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Denser and denserwere regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
were regarded as the silver bullet for "curing" anxiety states, until a smart cookie, Malcolm Lader of London's King's College, pointed out their addictive potential, even at prescribed doses, potentially spoiling drug manufacturers'... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Pastor/author: Mentally ill need medicine, ministryI do not have to understand everything in order to love my neighbor." Terry Ma
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
I do not have to understand everything in order to love my neighbor." Terry Mattingly is the editor of GetReligion.org and Senior Fellow for Media and Religion at The King's College in New York. He lives in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Religion on 08/1... Read more
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CBS News
Immunotherapy treatment shown safe in type 1 diabetes trialcells that make insulin," said one of the study's authors, Dr. Mark Peakman. He
CBS News / Posted 7 days ago
cells that make insulin," said one of the study's authors, Dr. Mark Peakman. He's a professor of clinical immunology at King's College London in England. Insulin is a naturally occurring hormone that helps usher the sugar from foods into the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Immunotheraphy may be safe for treating diabetes, retrain immune systemwhich enhances metabolic effects, can be a safe treatment method for patients w
Business Standard India / Posted 7 days ago
which enhances metabolic effects, can be a safe treatment method for patients with Type-1 diabetes. Researchers from King's College London and Cardiff University found that immunotherapy using a peptide technology may potentially help to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Immune systems of type 1 diabetics can be 'retrained'are 'heading in the right direction'. The findings, dubbed 'exciting', were ma
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
are 'heading in the right direction'. The findings, dubbed 'exciting', were made by a team of researchers based at King's College London and Cardiff University. Following the success of a landmark new trial, researchers found injecting... Read more
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Medical News Today
Immunotherapy found safe for type 1 diabetes in landmark trialSchool of Medicine in the U.K., and the corresponding author is Mark Peakman, P
Medical News Today / Posted 7 days ago
School of Medicine in the U.K., and the corresponding author is Mark Peakman, Ph.D., a professor of clinical immunology at King's College London, also in the U.K. Dr. Ali and team examined the effect of the peptide in 27 people who had been... Read more
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CTV News
Fact competes with fiction in model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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ABC News
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
ABC News / Posted 7 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Retrained immune system may slow diabetespatients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attac
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
patients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attacking insulin, researchers at King's College London (KCL) and Cardiff University observed. The disease starts when the body mistakenly targets cells in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Retrained immune system may slow diabetespatients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attac
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
patients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attacking insulin, researchers at King's College London (KCL) and Cardiff University observed. The disease starts when the body mistakenly targets cells in... Read more
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News.com.au
Retrained immune system may slow diabetespatients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attac
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
patients with "small fragments" of protein molecules helped prevent cells attacking insulin, researchers at King's College London (KCL) and Cardiff University observed. The disease starts when the body mistakenly targets cells in... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
News 24 South Africa / Posted 7 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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FOX News
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Fact vies with fantasy in 'Black Death' model kidnap casewoman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
woman supposedly up for sale had been lifted from a pornography video. Thomas Rid, a professor of security studies at King's College London who has studied the dark web, said there is little evidence of "an assassination or kidnapping service... Read more
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Sun Star
Cops tie up with schools in anti-drug warcampaign. Representatives from the Baguio College of Technology, Cordillera Ca
Sun Star / Posted 8 days ago
campaign. Representatives from the Baguio College of Technology, Cordillera Career Development College, Easter College, King's College of the Philippines, Philippine Women's University, and PRO director Elmo Francis Sarona signed the MOA. The... Read more
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dna
India left to fend for itself with the White House in crisis modethat given President Trump's personal predilections, India should also be ready
dna / Posted 8 days ago
that given President Trump's personal predilections, India should also be ready to fight its own battles. The author is Professor of International Relations, King's College London, and a Distinguished Fellow at Observer Research Foundation, New De... Read more
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Sun Star
Cops sought help from schools in its anti-drug warcampaign. Representatives from the Baguio College of Technology, Cordillera Ca
Sun Star / Posted 9 days ago
campaign. Representatives from the Baguio College of Technology, Cordillera Career Development College, Easter College, King's College of the Philippines, Philippine Women's University, and PRO director Elmo Francis Sarona signed the MOA. The... Read more
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