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23/06/2022 - Children with long COVID 'must be taken seriously'
Children who have had COVID-19 can experience symptoms of long COVID for at least two months, Danish researchers report today. More

17/06/2022 - Recommendations for gene testing athletes
Gene testing can be used to prevent sudden cardiac death in athletes, according to recommendations published today. More

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

14/06/2022 - Cross-country skiers' suffer non-allergic asthma
Competitive cross-country skiers who undertake an intensive training schedule have an increased risk of non-allergic asthma, researchers report today. More

13/06/2022 - 'Overwhelming' benefits of rapid whole genome sequencing for infants
Rapid whole genome sequencing should be offered as standard to help to diagnose infants who are born severely ill or who develop serious illness in the first few weeks of life, a European conference has heard. More

08/06/2022 - Use of AI in health care must be regulated, says report
A report on the use of artificial intelligence in health settings has called for clear ethical standards and guidance to protect patients. More

07/06/2022 - Call for action over disparities in maternal mortality
Urgent action must be taken to reduce the inequalities that exist in maternal mortality in the UK, a European conference has been told. More

01/06/2022 - Donated liver stored for record time
Surgeons have successfully transplanted a human liver donated by a severely ill patient after keeping it in a novel storage machine for three days, it has been announced. More

24/05/2022 - Moderate alcohol not safe for heart - conference
Moderate levels of alcohol consumption can contribute to increased risk of heart failure, a European conference has heard. More

23/05/2022 - Festival warning on monkeypox
Monkeypox could spread rapidly through Europe during the coming summer festival season, the World Health Organization has warned. 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

13/05/2022 - More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer
More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer - despite it being the most preventable cancer, according to a survey published today. More

12/05/2022 - Exercise with dietary advice linked to mobility in frail older people
Mobility problems in frail, elderly people can be reduced through regular exercise and expert dietary advice, a European study reports today. More

11/05/2022 - How coffee brew technique affects cholesterol
The link between coffee and cholesterol levels may be linked to an individual's sex and the brewing method they use, according to an analysis published today. More

10/05/2022 - Heat shock clue to preventing dementia
Heat shock proteins may play a key role in preventing dementia, helping to explain reports that sauna use reduces risk, according to British scientists. 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

05/05/2022 - AMI outcomes differ in rich countries
"Substantial differences" in care for patients with acute myocardial infarction have been found in six high-income countries, according to an analysis published today. More

04/05/2022 - Europe faces obesity epidemic
Obesity has reached "epidemic" proportions in Europe as a health problem, a report warns today. More

03/05/2022 - COVID-19 vaccine technique tested for heart disease
The techniques perfected in COVID-19 vaccines could be used to help repair damaged heart muscle following a heart attack, European researchers have reported. 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

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