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Psychology - Dec 12
New research from King's College London identifies a possible mechanism that shows how bullying may influence the structure of the adolescent brain, suggesting the effects of constantly being bullied are more than just psychological. The study, published in Molecular Psychiatry , shows that there may be physical structural differences in the brains of adolescents who are regularly victimized, and this could increase the chance that they suffer from mental illness.
Health - Dec 6

The Independent Review of the Mental Health Act, chaired by Professor Sir Simon Wessely, has published its final report and the Government has committed to bring forward legislative changes in line with the Review's recommendations.

Life Sciences - Nov 29

Clinical trials for preventing Alzheimer's disease in people with Down syndrome may soon be possible thanks to new research from King's College London.

Life Sciences - Nov 27

Clarivate Analytics today published its annual Highly Cited Researchers list.

Health - Nov 19

New research from King's College London has found that MDMA, the main ingredient in ecstasy, causes people to cooperate better - but only with trustworthy people.

Health - Dec 5

Research from King's College London suggests that reorganisation of mental health services can have a negative effect on the health of people with severe mental illness, due to the disruption of relationships between patients and carers.

Health - Nov 28

In 1998, when the dental schools of the Royal, Guy's, St Thomases and King's merged with King's College London, rich histories and legacies were united, bringing together space, expertise, people and passions to lead the way in dental education and oral and craniofacial research.

Life Sciences - Nov 27

Clarivate Analytics today published its annual Highly Cited Researchers list.

Health - Oct 25

Roll-Your-Own (or hand-rolling) tobacco should be taxed at almost triple its current rate to protect public health, according to a new international study from researchers at the University of Bath and King's College London.




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