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World-class research and teaching at Imperial's Faculty of Medicine. Translating scientific discovery into better health for all.
World-class research and teaching at Imperial's Faculty of Medicine. Translating scientific discovery into better health for all.

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A new report warns child health in England is lagging behind other European countries, with child mortality potentially 140% higher than other nations by 2030.

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/188606/child-health-england-falling-behind-other/
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A new report warns child health in England is lagging behind other European countries, with child mortality potentially 140% higher than other nations by 2030.

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/188606/child-health-england-falling-behind-other/
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A new app, developed by Imperial start-up DnaNudge, will use shoppers’ DNA to help them make healthier choices while food shopping. https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/188593/dna-test-phone-nudge-waitrose-shoppers/
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🏈 🏥 Meet Anatole Wiik – a former professional American football player carving out a new career as a surgeon at Imperial College London https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/188529/pitch-perfect-from-professional-american-footballer/
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An Imperial researcher has been awarded £1.1 million to develop a multiplayer video game to improve rehabilitation outcomes of physically impaired patients. http://ow.ly/u7Xi50jmJdP
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“Working with HIV/AIDS patients was the highlight of my clinical career”. Our Dean Professor Jonathan Weber reflects on his career, research and plans to develop an HIV vaccine, over on the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust blog. http://ow.ly/tNtt50iCTFl
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Discover how information hidden in the evolutionary history of life has illuminated new insights into gene regulation. http://ow.ly/ft2h50ijZUf
Why study evolution?
Why study evolution?
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Death rates from heart disease and stroke could be significantly lowered by prescribing statins with blood pressure-lowering drugs, a study has found. http://ow.ly/DZNY50ijnEP
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Imperial researchers are among a team of international scientists to suggest there is no safe level of alcohol. 🚫🍺 http://ow.ly/xZ7r50ihRDH
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