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Regular meat consumption linked with a wide range of common diseases

Regular meat consumption is associated with a range of diseases that researchers had not previously considered, according to a large, population-level study conducted by a team at the University of Oxford.

15 current and former heads of state call for clean energy...

David Cameron, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and Donald Kaberuka – co-chairs of the Council on State Fragility – spearhead Call to Action with the g7+ Group of conflict-affected states.

Salt reduction will prevent nearly 200,000 cases of heart disease and...

England’s salt reduction programme will have led to nearly 200,000 fewer adults developing heart disease and £1.64 billion of healthcare cost savings by 2050, according to research by Queen Mary University of London.

Making music across the world

As a musician, nothing beats being able to play your music with others. The current pandemic makes that delicate choreography challenging – but not impossible – as our Music Department has shown.

Hull York Medical School Identifies Genetic Tendency in Leukaemia Cells

Hull York Medical School clinicians have identified a way of predicting early whether or not patients will develop a common type of Leukaemia, based on their genetics.

King’s Professor receives international award

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has honoured King's Professor Jian S Dai with the 2020 Machine Design Award.

Boys who play video games have lower depression risk

Boys who regularly play video games at age 11 are less likely to develop depressive symptoms three years later, finds a new study led by a UCL researcher.

COVID-19 disruptions to HIV prevention could increase new infections amongst men

Disruptions to HIV prevention and treatment strategies due to the pandemic could increase new HIV infections amongst men who have sex with men.

Lab-grown ‘mini-bile ducts’ used to repair human livers in regenerative medicine...

Scientists have used a technique to grow bile duct organoids – often referred to as ‘mini-organs’ – in the lab and shown that these can be used to repair damaged human livers.

Deliberate vaccine misinformation should be held to account – but better...

Social media platforms and those spreading deliberate vaccine misinformation should be held accountable and potentially face criminal sanctions, says Professor Melinda Mills...
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