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19/01/2022 - Children's lateral flow tests vary in reliability
COVID-19 lateral flow tests provided to children have sensitivity that "varies broadly" and is "substantially lower than reported by manufacturers", researchers warn today. More

18/01/2022 - New approach to repair peripheral nerve damage
New ideas for repairing peripheral nerve damage have been announced by a team of researchers in Ireland. More

14/01/2022 - African clue to anti-COVID gene
Swedish researchers say they have pinpointed a gene variant that protects against severe COVID infection. More

12/01/2022 - Omicron tidal wave sweeping Europe
The Omicron variant is a “tidal wave” sweeping across Europe, the World Health Organization has warned. More

11/01/2022 - Air pollution exposure 'may increase COVID-19 risk'
Long-term exposure to air pollution could increase the risk from COVID-19 infection, new findings show today. More

11/01/2022 - Inflammation in men linked to living alone
Inflammation in men is strongly linked to living alone for several years and/or experiencing serial relationship break-ups, researchers report today. 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

06/01/2022 - How Neanderthal genes increase vascular risk
A small number of modern humans who carry Neanderthal genes may face significantly increased risk for vascular and inflammatory disease, according to a new study. More

04/01/2022 - 46 mutations in new African variant
A new COVID variant, with dozens of mutations, has caused a cluster of cases in southern France after being imported from central Africa, scientists have reported. More

22/12/2021 - Ultraviolet light to halt virus spread?
An invisible protective “wall” could prevent the spread of airborne pathogens indoors, according to a new analysis. More

17/12/2021 - Limited association between myocarditis and COVID vaccine
The risk of myocarditis after an mRNA COVID-19 vaccination is rare, according to a study reported today. More

17/12/2021 - Heart transplant for seriously ill COVID patient
Surgeons have successfully performed a heart transplant on a patient seriously ill after COVID-19 infection, a European conference is to be told. More

13/12/2021 - Stress test could improve cardio-prediction
Doctors should use stress imaging to identify patients at high risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease, a European conference has been told. More

08/12/2021 - Elevated heart rate link to increased dementia risk
Having an elevated resting heart rate in old age could be an independent risk factor of dementia, a new Swedish study has found. More

02/12/2021 - COVID infection link to maternal complications
Pregnant women with COVID-19 infection appear to be at increased risk of complications during their pregnancy and labour, new findings show. More

30/11/2021 - Too few heart failure patients diagnosed early
Three quarters of people in the UK with heart failure could have been diagnosed sooner if they had received a simple, reliable blood test, a new report out today says. More

24/11/2021 - Common cold antibodies may give COVID protection
People carrying antibodies to coronaviruses that cause common colds are at a reduced risk of catching, and being hospitalised for, COVID-19, according to a new study. More

23/11/2021 - Aspirin linked with increased heart failure risk
Taking aspirin is associated with a 26% increased risk of heart failure in people who have at least one predisposing factor for the condition, a new German study shows today. More

09/11/2021 - Bedtime associated with heart health
Going to sleep between 10pm and 11pm is associated with a reduced risk of developing heart disease compared with earlier or later bedtimes, researchers report today. More

05/11/2021 - Europe at "epicentre" of pandemic resurgence
All of Europe is now fighting a resurgence of COVID-19, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

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