Latest King's College Stories
First randomized controlled trial demonstrates patients do not benefit from routine balloon pumping during high-risk angioplasty.
Doctors may eventually be using a 15-minute brain scan to cheaply and accurately test for autism.
British researchers said Friday that prescribing heroin to addicts who cannot kick the habit helps them stay off street drugs.
New UK research, published today in PLoS ONE, has not reproduced previous findings that suggested Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be linked to a recently discovered virus.
Research from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London has found that negative experiences in childhood may alter not only mental health but also physical health, into middle age and beyond.
Leading mental health researchers are warning that some of the most important health consequences of climate change will be on mental health, yet this issue is unlikely to be given much attention at the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen next week.
A study by researchers at the University of Bergen, Norway, and the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) at King's College London has found that depression is as much of a risk factor for mortality as smoking.
A new study by researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP), King's College London has discovered abnormalities in the white matter of the brain that seem to be critical for the timing of schizophrenia.
A new study in China has found that people with higher levels of pesticide exposure are more likely to have suicidal thoughts.
Professor Declan Murphy and colleagues Dr Michael Craig and Dr Marco Catani from the Institute of Psychiatry at Kingâ€™s College London have found differences in the brain which may provide a biological explanation for psychopathy.
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