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30/03/2021 - Asthma attacks reduced in first COVID-19 phase
Fewer than normal patients presented with severe asthma attacks, or were hospitalised with pneumonia, influenza and chronic lung diseases during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to three new studies. More

30/03/2021 - Risks of exercising outside when air quality is poor
Young people should avoid very strenuous physical activity on days when air pollution levels are high, according to new research from South Korea published today. More

09/03/2021 - Diphtheria could become a 'major global threat'
Diphtheria could become a global threat again because it is evolving and becoming resistant to a number of classes of antibiotics, scientists have warned. More

25/02/2021 - New malaria genome data published
New genome variation data on more than 7,000 malaria parasites will help in the development of treatments, surveillance tools for malaria control and elimination, British researchers have reported. More

19/02/2021 - RECOVERY COVID-19 trial goes international
The world’s largest clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments has expanded internationally, with patients being enrolled in Indonesia and Nepal. More

17/02/2021 - Neanderthal descendants get COVID protection
Descendants of Neanderthals may enjoy some genetic protection against the COVID-19 virus, according to a new scientific study. More

19/01/2021 - Geneticists warn of "coercive" collection of DNA
Genetics experts have called for scientific journals to re-examine academic papers where there are question marks over consent for DNA collection. More

12/01/2021 - Gut microbiome may influence COVID-19 severity
Imbalances in gut microbiome may be responsible for how ill an individual will get from COVID-19 and could be why some people suffer from “long COVID”, according to new research. More

13/11/2020 - Global action call on diabetes epidemic
The world is facing an epidemic of diabetes – and could save millions of lives by effective, low-cost interventions, experts say today. More

06/11/2020 - Ethnicity affects COVID stroke risk - while statins may protect
The COVID-19 virus seems to double the risk of stroke for people of Asian descent, British researchers reported today. More

27/10/2020 - Air pollution link to some COVID-19 deaths
About 15% of COVID-19 deaths globally could be attributed to long-term exposure to air pollution, a new study claims today. More

23/10/2020 - India trial finds limited effectiveness from convalescent plasma
Using convalescent plasma to treat moderately ill COVID-19 patients did not reduce severity of the illness or risk of death, according to the findings of a small clinical trial published today. More

16/10/2020 - Vaccine may help over 60s - but response weaker
A COVID-19 vaccine under development in China can induce antibody responses in elderly patients, researchers have reported. More

07/10/2020 - Ablation cuts atrial fibrillation dementia risk
Patients with atrial fibrillation are at a reduced risk of dementia if they undergo catheter ablation, researchers report today. 1 comments More

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

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