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News February 1, 2018

The Duke of Kent visits King Edward VII’s Hospital

His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, tours our Centre for Veterans’ Health On Tuesday 6 February 2018, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, and President of King Edward VII’s Hospital, visited our Hospital to meet with some of our patients and staff. His Royal Highness also took a tour of our latest developments,…

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News November 1, 2017

The Link Between Gut Bacteria And Obesity

James Kinross, consultant colorectal surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital, has written an article for the HuffPost that considers how the bacteria within our gut plays a role in determining our weight. “The global obesity epidemic is growing at a staggering rate and shows no sign of slowing; 1 in 3 people in the UK…

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News October 2, 2017

The Angelina effect

Professor Andrew Baildam, Professor of Breast and Oncoplastic Surgery at King Edward VII’s Hospital, recently wrote an article about the Angelina Jolie effect for the HuffPost: “Twenty years ago the idea of undertaking bilateral mastectomies for a woman who had not been diagnosed with breast cancer was not only an anathema, frankly, it was considered…

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News October 1, 2017

Reasons Why Your Period Might Stop (If You’re Not Pregnant)

Michael Dooley, consultant gynaecologist at King Edward VII’s Hospital in London, has contributed to an article for the HuffPost that explores the reasons why a woman’s period might stop, and what to do in light of this. “If there’s one thing a woman can count on in life, it’s her period. In fact, the average woman…

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News June 1, 2017

The Health of Veteran’s Research Team

King Edward VII’s Hospital together with the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) of the World Veterans Federation recently established a new research evaluation group, called The Health of Veterans Research Team (HVRT). The HVRT is based at King Edward VII’s Hospital and mainly funded by the Hospital. The HVRT consists of a research lead – Dr…

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News September 1, 2016

Excessive Exercise Risks

Dr Andrew Baranowski, consultant in Pain Management at King Edward VII’s Hospital, has recently contributed to a national newspaper article regarding the dangers of excessive exercise. “Next April, Rod Gemmell is planning to run the notorious Marathon des Sables — a six-day 156-mile ultra-marathon across the Sahara desert at a time when the temperature is…

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