London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Latest stories

3d
News-Medical-Net
Increasing rates of new HIV infections threaten 74 countriesare living with HIV, we cannot end AIDS without stopping new infections." Prof
Increasing rates of new HIV infections threaten 74 countries
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
are living with HIV, we cannot end AIDS without stopping new infections." Professor Peter Piot, who is the director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was the founding executive director of UNAIDS, also remarked on the... Read more
116 related stories
3d
Daily Dispatch
New HIV infection topped 500,000 in SA last yearthere had been about 2.5million infections a year since 2005. Peter Piot, foun
New HIV infection topped 500,000 in SA last year
Daily Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
there had been about 2.5million infections a year since 2005. Peter Piot, founding director of UNAids and director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the findings were deeply worrying. “The continuing high level of HIV... Read more
116 related stories
3d
The Times & The Sunday Times
New HIV infection topped 500,000 in SA last yearthere had been about 2.5million infections a year since 2005. Peter Piot, foun
New HIV infection topped 500,000 in SA last year
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 days ago
there had been about 2.5million infections a year since 2005. Peter Piot, founding director of UNAids and director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the findings were deeply worrying. "The continuing high level of HIV... Read more
116 related stories
4d
Hindustantimes.com
No time for complacency, HIV infections went up in 74 countries over past decaderemains one of the biggest public health threats of our time,” said Professor P
No time for complacency, HIV infections went up in 74 countries over past decade
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 4 days ago
remains one of the biggest public health threats of our time,” said Professor Peter Piot, who is the director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was the founding executive director of UNAIDS. “The continuing high rate... Read more
116 related stories
9d
Saddleworth Extra
Survivor visits Dakota crash siteour children as well. 'In all things, God works for good,'" he added. He lives
Survivor visits Dakota crash site
Saddleworth Extra / Posted 9 days ago
our children as well. 'In all things, God works for good,'" he added. He lives in Southampton and works part-time at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Recalling his ordeal, he said: "My recollection was there were two people... Read more
12d
Times of Malta
One in eight women have trouble getting pregnantdistribution of wealth and power and the associated differential access to heal
One in eight women have trouble getting pregnant
Times of Malta / Posted 12 days ago
distribution of wealth and power and the associated differential access to health care," lead author Jessica Datta of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine told Reuters. Infertility was linked to symptoms of depression and... Read more
14d
Decclan Chronicle
One in eight women experience infertilityof wealth and power and the associated differential access to health care,” sai
One in eight women experience infertility
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
of wealth and power and the associated differential access to health care,” said lead author Jessica Datta of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The researchers used data on about 15,000 adult men and women up to age 74... Read more
15d
Saddleworth Extra
Return to site of air tragedytogether memories from the scene. An expert in the safety of medicines, he liv
Return to site of air tragedy
Saddleworth Extra / Posted 15 days ago
together memories from the scene. An expert in the safety of medicines, he lives in Southampton and works part time at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Recalling his ordeal, he said: "My recollection was there were two people... Read more
15d
Oldham Chronicle
Return to site of air tragedytogether memories from the scene. An expert in the safety of medicines, he liv
Return to site of air tragedy
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
together memories from the scene. An expert in the safety of medicines, he lives in Southampton and works part time at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Recalling his ordeal, he said: "My recollection was there were two people... Read more
17d
Decclan Chronicle
Controversy over statins risking thousands of heartsstatins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential ri
Controversy over statins risking thousands of hearts
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
statins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential risks and benefits. Anthony Matthews at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and colleagues decided to measure how this period of intense public debate... Read more
19d
New Kerala
Controversy over statins risking thousands of hearts - newkerala.com #85652statins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential ri
Controversy over statins risking thousands of hearts - newkerala.com #85652
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
statins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential risks and benefits. Anthony Matthews at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and colleagues decided to measure how this period of intense public debate... Read more
19d
Decclan Chronicle
Controversy over statins risking thousands of heartsstatins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential ri
Controversy over statins risking thousands of hearts
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
statins researchers, prompting widespread media debate about their potential risks and benefits. Anthony Matthews at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and colleagues decided to measure how this period of intense public debate... Read more
21d
dna
Nearly half of infertile people don't seek medical helpalmost half of the people in our study who had experienced infertility had not
Nearly half of infertile people don't seek medical help
dna / Posted 21 days ago
almost half of the people in our study who had experienced infertility had not sought help," said Jessica Datta, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, who led the research. The researchers analysed data from 15,162 women and... Read more
10 related stories
21d
Decclan Chronicle
Nearly half of infertile people don't seek medical helpalmost half of the people in our study who had experienced infertility had not
Nearly half of infertile people don't seek medical help
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
almost half of the people in our study who had experienced infertility had not sought help," said Jessica Datta, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, who led the research. The researchers analysed data from 15,162 women and men... Read more
10 related stories
22d
Scotsman
1 in 5 older women struggling to conceive, says major studyjobs, according to the study published in the Human Reproduction journal. Lead
1 in 5 older women struggling to conceive, says major study
Scotsman / Posted 22 days ago
jobs, according to the study published in the Human Reproduction journal. Lead author Jessica Datta, a lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said: “Our research has implications for women pursuing careers in an... Read more
10 related stories
23d
Herald Sun
Infertility plagues many in the UK: studyto 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged
Infertility plagues many in the UK: study
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
to 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged 30 or over. Jessica Datta, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, led the research. The study found that women aged 50 or younger who had... Read more
10 related stories
23d
Perth Now
Infertility plagues many in the UKto 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged
Infertility plagues many in the UK
Perth Now / Posted 23 days ago
to 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged 30 or over. Jessica Datta, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, led the research. The study found that women aged 50 or younger who had... Read more
10 related stories
23d
Adelaide Now
Infertility plagues many in the UKto 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged
Infertility plagues many in the UK
Adelaide Now / Posted 23 days ago
to 11.1 per cent of those who started living with somebody when they were aged 30 or over. Jessica Datta, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, led the research. The study found that women aged 50 or younger who had... Read more
10 related stories
25d
Daily Mail
Statin warnings have put lives at riskover side-effects that include muscle pain, nosebleeds, headaches and higher ri
Statin warnings have put lives at risk
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
over side-effects that include muscle pain, nosebleeds, headaches and higher risk of type 2 diabetes. The experts from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine logged a 219,000 drop-off in statin usage from October 2013. That was at the... Read more
25 related stories
28d
Times of Malta
Scientists predict thousands of heat deaths as New York City heats upreport. The researchers, from Columbia University in New York City, Cornell Un
Scientists predict thousands of heat deaths as New York City heats up
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
report. The researchers, from Columbia University in New York City, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, factored in population size, planet-warming gas emissions and cooling... Read more
3 related stories

People in this news