King’s College London

King’s College London

Softer proteins can cross into the nucleus quicker 

A fundamental discovery that the mechanics of a protein control its entry into the cell’s nucleus.

Learning difficulty gene directly affects memory, study finds

Reduced function of the gene in the brain results in loss of learning ability and memory.

Rheumatoid arthritis drugs may prevent disease

Abatacept tested in high-risk individuals for rheumatoid arthritis in phase 2b trial.

Inflammatory signs of teen depression vary by gender

Gender-specific inflammatory markers in adolescent depression.

Sleep problems are linked to gut bacteria

Irregular sleep habits are linked to gut bacteria.

Can money buy happiness?

Higher incomes frequently lead to happier people, but lower incomes face greater happiness inequality.

Cognitive impairment can caused by long COVID

Long COVID: the brain fog that won't go away.

Children’s mental health declines as a result of mothers forced to find job

The impact this can have on their children and adolescents is often overlooked.

New blood test could detect Alzheimer’s disease 3.5 years before clinical diagnosis

The study supports the idea that components in the human blood can modulate the formation of new brain cells.

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