Analysis of letters written by ‘Mad’ King George III supports psychiatric diagnosis of mania

Researchers have concluded that King George III was probably suffering from a mental illness after computer analysis of hundreds of his letters.

New BMI readings for children of different ethnicities

New research has produced adjusted Body Mass Index (BMI) values that, for the first time, accurately reflect ethnic minority children’s physical makeup.

More than three hours of screen time for children linked to diabetes risk factors, study shows

Daily screen time of three or more hours is linked to several risk factors associated with the development of diabetes in children, according to a study by St George’s, University of London.

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“Now it’s assumed that women can do it, rather than they can’t” – an interview with our Principal

On International Women’s Day, Professor Jenny Higham, Principal of St George’s, University of London shares her thoughts about women in leadership roles at universities.

“Let your voice be heard”: celebrating International Women's Day 2017

On International Women’s Day, we asked some of our researchers and teachers to pass on their thoughts about opportunities in science and medicine for women.