Social media has been identified by a number of studies as being a significant factor in mental health problems, especially in young people.
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A new exercise programme is helping to address the physical, mental and social health related challenges faced by people living with HIV in Sussex.
A new report, co-authored by experts at the University of Sussex and BSMS, warns about the health impact of climate change on the world's children.
BSMS, in partnership with the Kent and Medway Medical School, has been chosen to run one of five Medical Schools Council (MSC) Summer Schools next year.
A project which aims to eradicate three neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), podoconiosis, mycetoma and scabies, has been awarded a £3.5 million grant.
Research shows that repeated exposures to dental X-rays may be associated with an increased risk of thyroid cancer and meningioma.
GPs should prescribe participation in communal singing activities to patients to raise self-esteem and overcome loneliness.
A study by researchers at BSMS finds that delayed, rather than early, cord clamping may reduce the risk of death before discharge for babies born preterm.
Three-quarters of general practices surveyed in London asked to see documentation before they would register patients, according to a recent survey.
A new tool has been developed to assess the likelihood of an older adult who is discharged from hospital suffering from medication-related harm (MRH).
The Lancet is featuring a photostory on a neglected tropical disease that brings pain and disability to millions of people.
BSMS is 11th in the Times Higher Education (THE) list for world's best small universities in 2019.
Online information about "boosting your immunity" is based on commercially biased sources, according to research led by BSMS.
The DETERMIND study, led by BSMS, is appealing for newly diagnosed dementia patients to volunteer to take part in order to improve dementia care.
Less than a quarter of postmenopausal UK women are sexually active and a mere 3% are happy with their sex life, according to a new study.
The Anatomy Laboratory at BSMS has been awarded a Human Tissue Authority Licence for public display.
Students have put BSMS in second position in the 2019 National Student Survey (NSS) for medical schools.
Professors Gail Davey and Melanie Newport discuss their efforts to eliminate podoconiosis, a neglected tropical disease, in a new podcast series.
Staff from SHORE-C at BSMS have taken part in a new campaign, which aims to make death a more acceptable topic of conversation.
The ground-breaking, award-winning Time for Dementia programme is appealing for families affected by dementia to participate.
Radio listeners could get personalised medical support thanks to an innovative new scheme.
A memorial service at St Georges Cathedral in London honours more than 300 people who donated their bodies to medical science.
Academics from BSMS and partner universities make a major contribution to the third edition of the Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine.
The BSMS widening participation programme BrightMed has been awarded the Widening Access Initiative (Outreach) award at the 2019 NEON awards.
Worldwide study involving academics from BSMS finds that people with ADHD have subtle differences in the cerebral cortex, the brain's outer layer.
The majority of men who have sex with men would prefer face-to-face HIV testing by a healthcare professional out of a range of testing options, a new study shows.
A cancer psychologist at BSMS has been recognised for her leading role in advancing the science and care of breast cancer patients.
Geographical distribution and prevalence of podoconiosis in Rwanda: a cross-sectional country-wide survey
The first test to quickly predict how people will respond to standard treatment for leukaemia has been developed at BSMS
A new collaborative research group aims to explore the causes of blood cancers and design new treatments.
A new research programme aims to find out what enables one family to live well with dementia and another to have very poor experiences
Smoking shisha "significantly increases" the risk of users developing diabetes and obesity, a new study finds.
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