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The belief that ’10,000’ steps is good for you is relatively ingrained fitness lore worldwide. The belief has spread through high profile global step fitness challenges and the prevalence of relatively cheap, accurate digital step counters. However, before we all became fixated with collecting our own personal health…
It may surprise you to learn that the collection of the month for March consists of only one file, notes made by mycologist James T. Duncan on the ‘Principles of standardisation of agglutinable cultures’.
Who was James T. Duncan?
James T. Duncan was born in Dublin in 1884 and…
Today, the World Health Organisation celebrates ‘World Hearing Day’. This year’s theme is “Action for hearing loss: make a sound investment” with the aim to draw attention to the economic impact of hearing loss.
To celebrate this day, here at the London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine (LSHTM…
Assetbank is the School’s new digital asset management system which enables staff and students to access the rich resources of the School’s images and other digital assets. These range from:
Historical images held in the archives
Images of the building, events and people taken by the School Photographer…
Do you know your Medline from your Pubmed or even your Cochrane from your Scopus ? If you do, well done, but if not all can be revealed when you book an information skills session in the Library. Library staff can show you how to search different databases relevant to…