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Scientists confirm laughing at James Corden is a 'a sign of impending dementia'

The University College London has discovered a correlation between frontotemporal dementia and enjoying the self-congratulatory smirk worn by the host of ‘The Late Late Show’.  Even remotely finding James Corden amusing can be a clear indicator of mental ill health, haemorrhoids and an outbreak scurvy. 171 more words


International community at SPH

This year I’m the International Chair of the Public Health Student Assembly (PHSA) at the School of Public Health. The goal of this role is to serve as a mentor for international students, helping them achieve the highest levels of academic success and connect with fellow internationals to grow long-lasting friendships with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds. 254 more words

Student Life

Prosthetic eye maker brings relief to wounded Gazans

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Imad Abu Wadi barely slept after losing his right eye during the summer 2014 war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. 681 more words

International News

GeoBlue's Global Provider Network...

No matter where your International travels will take you it is important to know that you have a global partner ready to help!  International travel can be daunting, exciting, and rewarding all at the same time.   693 more words

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Cigna Global Offers CASH BACK for October...

Amazing news for all you global Expats…  Cigna Global is offering a simple Cash Back offer for the Month of October.  This first time promotional period runs from October 1, 2015 through October 31st.   96 more words

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GeoBlue Xplorer for Expats Living Abroad...

Getting ready to move and live in another country for an extended period of time can be an exciting yet stressful time in one’s life.  There are so many things one must line up before they depart from their home country.   1,686 more words

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