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28/09/2020 - Masks cut transmission rates - conference hears
Consistent wearing of masks together with social distancing and regular handwashing are effective means of preventing the spread of COVID-19, a European conference of infectious disease experts has heard. More

23/09/2020 - One fifth of COVID cases likely asymptomatic
About a fifth of people infected with COVID-19 are asymptomatic – although the proportion may be greater among health workers, according to new studies. More

15/09/2020 - Molecule might restore brain and spinal cord function
A molecule has been created that might repair and restore brain and spinal cord function in mice with neurological disorders, it has been announced. More

04/09/2020 - World falling behind on non-communicable diseases
Most of the world is falling behind on promises to tackle chronic and non-communicable diseases – and the COVID-19 pandemic has made this worse, according to a major analysis. More

12/08/2020 - Pupil size predicts heart failure relapse
The size of a heart failure patient’s pupil can be a useful marker for prognosis, according to a new study. More

04/08/2020 - SARS-COV-2 strains classified - and G is dominant
There are now at least six strains of the COVID-19 virus – but it remains vulnerable to vaccines, according to a major new analysis. More

23/07/2020 - Plant protein diet can reduce mortality risk
People should consume more protein – particularly plant protein – to help reduce mortality risk for a number of diseases, says a new study published today. More

21/07/2020 - UK, China, USA report vaccine hopes
The UK's Oxford-based vaccine continues to show promise as do vaccines developed in other parts of the world, according to a series of announcements yesterday. More

17/07/2020 - T cells point to new viral vaccines
Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 infection may benefit from strong T cell immunity – and even victims of the common cold may enjoy some immunity, according to a significant new study. More

16/07/2020 - ICUs seeing improved survival from virus
Intensive care units successfully cut mortality from the COVID-19 virus in the early stages of the virus, according to a major new analysis published today. More

16/07/2020 - Vaccines showing promise - but is cholesterol drug the key?
The UK's Oxford vaccine project is showing promising results in its early stages of human testing, it was reported today. More

13/07/2020 - Shame and sorrow as UK's clinician deaths topped only by Russia
The UK has suffered one of the highest loss rates of health and social care workers from the COVID-19 virus, according to a major global report published today. More

10/07/2020 - Pandemic getting worse - WHO
The COVID-19 pandemic is "getting worse," the World Health Organisation has warned, as the global curve shows little sign of flattening. More

10/07/2020 - Different treatment needed for non-smoking lung cancer patients
Lung cancer in non-smokers is a different disease from that found in smokers and is likely to require different treatment, a new study published last night has found. More

02/07/2020 - 'Major weaknesses' in COVID-19 antibody tests
The COVID-19 antibody tests have major weaknesses, according to a review of the latest international research published today. More

30/06/2020 - Warning on new swine flu threat
Pigs in China carry a flu virus with potential to cause pandemic in humans, researchers warned last night. More

25/06/2020 - Tongue bacteria clue to heart failure
Tongue bacteria can provide an important indication of the condition of patients with heart failure, according to a new study. More

24/06/2020 - Mixed results for embryo vitrification
Human embryo vitrification is safe – but has significant limitations, according to an analysis published today. More

05/06/2020 - High blood pressure mortality risk for Covid-19
People with raised blood pressure are at twice the risk of dying from Covid-19 compared to those without hypertension, according to an analysis published today. More

04/06/2020 - Cholesterol levels fall in the West but rise in Asia
Cholesterol levels are declining sharply in Western nations - but rising in Asia, according to the largest global study of its kind. More

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