Faculty of Medicine
04 Dec 2013
Almost 600 under-16s take up smoking every day in the UK, suggests research published online in Thorax.
04 Jul 2013
The increased risk of heart attack or stroke associated with many arthritis drugs may be avoidable.
03 Jul 2013
More than 250 surgeons & engineers gathered at the annual Hamlyn Symposium last week to try their hand at the latest developments in medical robotics.
Developing countries could learn from Turkey how to improve their own health systems, according to a researcher at Imperial College Business School.
Long-term cannabis users tend to produce less dopamine, a chemical in the brain linked to motivation, a study has found.
Imperial's newest medical imaging facility at Hammersmith Campus is tackling a range of research questions such as the biological basis of dementia.
The commonly-used general anaesthetic isoflurane increases cancer cells' potential to grow and migrate, a laboratory study has found.
Death rates during childbirth have dramatically fallen since improvements to Turkey's healthcare system, according to a new report out today.
The first woman to have IVF treatment using a pioneering new method developed at Imperial College London has given birth to a baby boy.
Five Imperial academics and six alumni have been recognised for their achievements ranging from strategies to reduce pollution to pig welfare.
Professor Alison McGregor describes an initiative to delay surgery for arthritic patients, extending their mobility and functionality.
Vitamin B3 may be useful in treating the inherited neurological disease Friedreich's ataxia, new findings suggest.
Patients with more timely access to GP appointments make fewer visits to accident and emergency departments, suggests a study published today.
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