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Daily Mail
Reading crime novels could help ease depressionless anxious and aggressive. Professor Carmine Pariante from the Institute of
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
less anxious and aggressive. Professor Carmine Pariante from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s College London, says print and audio-books work better than similar TV shows because the reader has control over how... Read more
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Daily Mail
Academics unite in mission to prove brainy people BACK BrexitTHE 37 LAWYERS, ACADEMICS AND PHILOSOPHERS WHO BACK QUITTING THE EU Professor
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE 37 LAWYERS, ACADEMICS AND PHILOSOPHERS WHO BACK QUITTING THE EU Professor Gwythian Prins, Emeritus Research Professor, London School of Economics, visiting academic professor, École Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr Dr Philip Towle, Emeritus... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Study suggests link between ultra-processed foods, cancerwhat, if any, causal connections have been observed,” he said in comments via t
The Borneo Post / Posted 3 days ago
what, if any, causal connections have been observed,” he said in comments via the Science Media Centre. Tom Sanders of the King’s College London agreed that the term “ultra-processed food” was “difficult to define”. “The definition excludes many... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 4 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 5 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 5 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 5 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 5 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskcofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutri
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 5 days ago
cofounding factors,” said Tom Sanders, scientific governor of the British Nutrition Foundation and an emeritus professor at King’s College London. Sanders, who was not involved in the study, said the authors made statistical adjustments to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cancer warning over processed foods which make up half of UK dietwe’re eating which could lead us to put on extra weight.” Prof Tom Sanders, Pr
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
we’re eating which could lead us to put on extra weight.” Prof Tom Sanders, Professor emeritus of Nutrition and Dietetics, King’s College London, said: “What people eat is an expression of their life-style in general, and may not be causatively... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Painkiller may harm unborn babiesauthors from J. Craig Venter Institute and UC San Diego in La Jolla; along with
SaukValley.com / Posted 6 days ago
authors from J. Craig Venter Institute and UC San Diego in La Jolla; along with Metabolon, Durham in North Carolina; and King’s College London in the United Kingdom. The study was funded by Human Longevity. ©2018 The San Diego... Read more
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The Hindu
Expanding horizonsto be more pragmatic in its approach towards the region. The Prime Minister’s v
The Hindu / Posted 8 days ago
to be more pragmatic in its approach towards the region. The Prime Minister’s visit has underlined this new reality for India. Harsh V. Pant is Distinguished Fellow at Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi and Professor at King’s College... Read more
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The Columbian
Ex-hostage wants British IS kidnappers put on trialMaher, a senior research fellow at the International Center for the Study of Ra
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
Maher, a senior research fellow at the International Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence at King’s College London. “It’s hugely significant for a lot of the Western countries who had hostages who were captured by... Read more
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asianage
Free public transport for older adults tied to less depressiontransportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
transportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Free public transport for elderly linked to 12% decline in depression symptomstransportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
transportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt... Read more
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dna
PM Modi's visit: A new script for Middle Eastreminder how far Indian foreign policy has travelled in the last few years in i
dna / Posted 10 days ago
reminder how far Indian foreign policy has travelled in the last few years in its engagement with its ‘near abroad.’ The author is Professor of International Relations, King’s College London, and a Distinguished Fellow at Observer Research Foundat... Read more
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Boston Globe
Victims, relatives want ISIS suspects put on trial in UKMaher, a senior research fellow at the International Center for the Study of Ra
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
Maher, a senior research fellow at the International Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence at King’s College London. ‘‘It’s hugely significant for a lot of the Western countries who had hostages who were captured by... Read more
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asianage
Free pass for public transport for older adults lowers risk of depression, say expertstransportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
transportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Free public transport for older adults tied to less depression, say expertstransportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
transportation for older people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Powys County Times
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Powys County Times / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Bury Times
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Bury Times / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Gazette
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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guardian-series
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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This is West Country
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Gazette News
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Bolton News
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study findsweek, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – w
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
week, a University of Exeter study has found (Joe Giddens/PA) The research – which was led by the University of Exeter, King’s College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – trained key care home staff to deliver person-centred care,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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Northern Echo
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
Northern Echo / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes, health officials sayand now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the r
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
and now stands at just under three million people in the UK, according to the review, which was conducted by experts from King’s College London and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, the University of Stirling and Cancer Research... Read more
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