New research shows having two or more long-term physical health conditions means greater risk of mental health problems later in life.
Studies have shown ketamine to have a rapid and robust antidepressant effect – but what do patients and carers think? Find out.
Research suggests that anorexia nervosa is at least partly a metabolic disorder.
Researchers at King’s College London contributed to a global commission on health inequalities experienced by people with mental illness.
HRH The Duke of Sussex returned to King’s College London to show his support for the fifth Veterans’ Mental Health Conference.
The UK Dementia Research Institute has officially opened at King’s College London, to bring fresh momentum to improving care.
Researchers lead a pioneering new study to help reduce agitation and aggression.
Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia and a major international project is aiming to identify what causes the condition.
A project will use digital technology to assess the progression of the Alzheimer's to help design solutions to help people stay independent.
King’s College London researchers have been awarded the largest ever research grant to improve palliative care for people with dementia.
A programme at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is reducing hospital readmissions for people with bipolar disorder.
A free three-week course exploring the connection between mental and physical health is returning in January 2019.