Children who sleep an hour less at higher risk of type 2 diabetes, says study

A study has found that children who slept on average one hour less a night had higher risk factors for type 2 diabetes, including higher levels of blood glucose and insulin resistance.

15 August 2017

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A refugee’s story: From war-torn Syria to graduation as a doctor

Five years ago Tirej Brimo left Syria with all his possessions in just one bag. He fled Aleppo which was under siege during the Syrian civil war. Now he has graduated as a doctor from St George’s, University of London.

3 August 2017

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Students with top A levels to get the chance to study medicine through Clearing

Aspiring doctors will get the chance study medicine this year at St George’s, University of London as a small number of places will be available through the Clearing process.

Tens of thousands of students use UCAS Clearing & Adjustment each year to find a university place, either because they got better or worse grades than expected, or because they changed their plans.

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Hopes high to slash the number of deaths from killer fungal disease in Africa

Experts aim to halve the number of deaths from cryptococcal meningitis by changing drug treatment programmes after the results of a new medical trial.

21 July 2017

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan granted Honorary Fellowship

London’s Mayor has been granted an Honorary Fellowship by St George’s, University of London for his support for healthcare and higher education in the capital.


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