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05/03/2021 - Warning as virus surges across Europe
Europe is seeing a resurgence of COVID-19 infection driven by new variants, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

04/03/2021 - Treatment hope after rare cancer origin discovered
The origin of a rare childhood cancer has been discovered – and a possible drug treatment. More

23/02/2021 - Scientists close on genetic susceptibility to virus
Scientists may be close to developing tools to undertake genetic profiling of those who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, it was announced today. More

22/02/2021 - Warning on pancreatic cancer risks
Europe faces an increasing toll of deaths of women from pancreatic cancer – although the UK is doing better at containing the disease, experts warn today. More

19/02/2021 - Thousands of new gut virus species identified
More than 140,000 virus species that live in the human gut have been identified - more than half of which are new to science, a new study revealed last night. 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

17/02/2021 - Different growth pattern for IVF children
Children born as a result of fertility treatment may have marginally different growth patterns to others, according to a new study. More

16/02/2021 - Promising biomarkers could diagnose mild traumatic brain injury
Specific plasma microRNAs have been found to be diagnostic biomarkers in mild traumatic brain injury, according to researchers in Finland. More

12/02/2021 - Gene variants found to increase Addison's disease risk
Nine gene variants have been found to increase the risk of developing Addison's disease, according to the largest genetic study to date on patients with the disorder. More

11/02/2021 - Opioids and macrolides 'safe' in pregnancy
No links have been found between taking prescription opioids or macrolide antibiotics during pregnancy and an increased risk of major birth defects, two new studies report today. More

10/02/2021 - Asthma linked to antibiotic exposure in utero
Children born to women who took antibiotics in mid or late pregnancy may have a raised risk of asthma, researchers report today. More

09/02/2021 - New device can stop accidental cerebrospinal fluid leaks
A device that can quickly rectify accidental cerebrospinal fluid leaks during an epidural is to be tested on humans, following successful animal tests. More

03/02/2021 - 12 week vaccine booster delay unexpectedly effective
The British government gambled correctly when it decided to extend the interval for booster vaccine doses to 12 weeks, according to a significant new analysis. More

02/02/2021 - Outdoor working could lower breast cancer risk
Working outdoors could lower an older woman's risk of breast cancer, possibly because of vitamin D exposure, according to new Danish research published today. More

27/01/2021 - Sex differences in cardiovascular disease risk
Doctors often mistake the development of hypertension in women for symptoms of menopause, according to a new analysis. More

26/01/2021 - How music reduces pain after major heart surgery
Listening to music following major heart surgery can significantly reduce anxiety and pain, according to an analysis published today. More

26/01/2021 - Atrial fibrillation deaths higher in rich European countries
The wealthiest European countries report higher atrial fibrillation death rates than the poorest – and women are more likely than men to die from the condition, according to the first study of its kind, published today. 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

15/01/2021 - How euthanasia rates vary across The Netherlands
Regions of The Netherlands have recorded a seven-fold unexplained variation in euthanasia rates, according to new analysis published today. More

14/01/2021 - Nanobodies "promising" against COVID-19 infection
Nanobodies have been developed that can prevent the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus from entering human cells – even if the virus mutates, several research teams have announced. More

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