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07/01/2022 - Dementia cases could triple globally by 2050
The number of adults living with dementia is expected to nearly triple by 2050, according to a new global report, published today. More

24/12/2021 - Chinese COVID-19 vaccine is effective against severe disease
One dose of the Ad5-nCoV COVID-19 vaccine is 57.5% effective against symptomatic infection and 91.7% effective against severe disease after 28 days of vaccination, researchers report today. More

07/12/2021 - Personalised autism care urgently needed
People with autism should be offered personalised, stepped care throughout their lives, an international report sets out today. More

29/11/2021 - Syphilis circulating globally - new warning
Syphilis is "back" and is spreading globally, according to a major new study. More

26/11/2021 - Alarm as highly mutated nu variant emerges
The UK restricted travel to southern Africa last night after the discovery of an alarming new variant of the COVID virus. More

25/11/2021 - COVID infection risk rises gradually after second vaccine
There is a gradual increase in the risk of COVID-19 infection from 90 days after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to a new Israeli study. More

28/10/2021 - Oxford University to lead Parkinson's study
Oxford University is to lead a major global research project into Parkinson’s disease, it has been announced. More

27/10/2021 - Penicillin discovery offers new antibiotic hope
British scientists have announced a “breakthrough” discovery about penicillin, opening the way for new designer antibiotics. More

26/10/2021 - 'New guidelines needed' to prevent surgical infection
Urgent changes are needed to global guidelines for preventing wound infections following surgery, researchers say today after completing a major study. More

28/09/2021 - Poorer children less likely to want the COVID-19 vaccine
Children from the most socioeconomically deprived backgrounds are more likely than others to say they do not want to have the COVID-19 vaccine, researchers report today. More

19/08/2021 - Damaged fetal membranes can repair themselves
Fetal membranes can repair themselves after injury, researchers have found. More

17/08/2021 - Night work 'increases risk of atrial fibrillation'
Night shift workers have a higher risk of developing atrial fibrillation (AF), new research has concluded. More

10/08/2021 - Call for change to neonatal sepsis guidelines
Global guidelines for treatment of neonatal sepsis should be changed to advise different antibiotics in poor countries, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

03/08/2021 - Myopia in children linked to COVID-19 pandemic
An increase in myopia among children could be linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study out today has suggested. More

27/07/2021 - Eye surface changes could identify long COVID
Long COVID could be identified by nerve fibre loss and an increase in dendritic cells on the cornea, doctors suggest today. More

23/07/2021 - How Delta is so dangerous
The COVID-19 B.1.617 variant, which originated in India can infect certain lung and intestinal cell lines more efficiently than the original virus, German research has found. More

23/06/2021 - Statins for heart failure linked to fewer cancers
People with heart failure who take statins may be at a reduced risk of cancer, researchers say today. More

02/06/2021 - Call for new vaccine approach in India
Public health practitioners are calling for the Covid-19 vaccination to be provided free of charge and vaccine approvals to be hastened in India. More

24/05/2021 - Double dose vaccines effective against Indian variant
Double dose vaccination is “highly effective” against the Indian variant of COVID-19 – but not quite as effective as against other variants, British researchers have reported. More

10/05/2021 - Women with brittle bones at risk of heart disease
Women who have thin and brittle bones face an increased risk of developing heart disease, researchers have reported. More

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