Impact on athletes' hearts different for men and women, says study

A study by experts from St George’s, University of London showed that female athletes are less likely to experience changes to their heart as a result of endurance exercise compared to men. It also showed that sudden cardiac death occurs much more rarely in female athletes.

athletes using rowing machines

Yoga may have health benefits for people with asthma

Yoga may help the symptoms of asthma, including wheezing, coughing and shortness of breath, new research has found.

St George's number one for graduate jobs

St George's has been named the best university in the country for graduate employability in The Complete University Guide league tables for 2017.

World Malaria Day video

St George's, University of London Principal, Professor Jenny Higham speaks to malaria expert Professor Sanjeev Krishna marking World Malaria Day and the work we are doing to tackle this global health problem.

Tuberculosis research data to be shared to fight the killer disease

Clinical trial data from research into tuberculosis, the world’s leading infectious killer, will be shared with researchers to help the development of new treatments.

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