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14/06/2022 - One in seven exposed to Lyme disease
More than 14% of the world’s population is likely to have – or had – Lyme disease, according to an analysis published today. More

01/06/2022 - COVID vaccine brands unrelated to efficacy
COVID-19 vaccination works equally well if an individual receives the same type of injection or a mixture of different brands, according to a wide-ranging analysis published today. More

13/05/2022 - Half of hospitalised COVID patients have symptoms after two years
Half of people who were hospitalised with COVID-19 have at least one symptom two years later, Chinese research has found. More

06/05/2022 - Death toll from pandemic 15 million - WHO
Nearly 15 million people globally lost their lives in the first two years of the COVID pandemic because of the virus, according to a new World Health Organization estimate. More

28/04/2022 - Warning of measles, polio resurgence
The world is facing a new threat from measles, with a near doubling of cases in the wake of the pandemic, world agencies have warned. More

13/04/2022 - Low heart risk from COVID jab
There is no significant rise in cases of myopericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination programmes, according to a new analysis. More

29/03/2022 - WHO unveils Global Centre for Traditional Medicine
The World Health Organization is to launch a Global Centre for Traditional Medicine after signing an agreement with the Government of India. More

04/03/2022 - Number of obese to reach a billion
A billion people globally will be living with obesity by 2030, doubling numbers, a report warns today. More

03/03/2022 - Immunocompromised patients should have third COVID-19 vaccine
Immunocompromised patients, particularly those who have had organ transplants, should receive additional COVID-19 vaccines, experts recommend today. More

01/03/2022 - Muscle strengthening exercise linked reduced death risk
Doing muscle strengthening exercises for between 30 and 60 minutes every week is linked to a 10-20% reduced risk of death from all causes, according to the findings of a major international study reported today. More

24/02/2022 - Salt in soluble paracetamol linked to cardiovascular disease risk
Soluble paracetamol that contains salt is linked with a significantly increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, heart failure and death, according to a new Chinese study. More

11/02/2022 - Previous COVID-19 infection improves antibody performance
People who have had COVID-19 infection could have longer-term protection against the virus compared to those who have been vaccinated and not had the disease, an Israeli study has found. More

10/02/2022 - Loneliness is widespread, finds study
Problematic levels of loneliness are widespread in scores of countries, a new study shows today. More

01/02/2022 - Dying is over medicalised - global experts
Dying has become over medicalised and “invisible” – and care systems need to switch to reducing unnecessary suffering, an international panel of experts says today. More

21/01/2022 - Gene variants linked to alcohol tolerance may cause cancer
Alcohol appears to be a direct cause of cancer, according to a genetic study undertaken in China. More

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

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