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17/01/2022 - Classic pop aids midwinter mental health campaign
A nationwide campaign was launched today to stem the threat of midwinter depression with the “help” of pop stars old and new. 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

05/01/2022 - Good results for T cell COVID-19 booster
A new COVID-19 booster vaccine may be effective against multiple variants, British scientists have announced. More

15/12/2021 - HIV prophylaxis recommended in England
Those at the highest risk of catching HIV should be offered prophylaxis, according to the first guidance of its kind in the UK, published today. More

13/12/2021 - Pandemic alert levels raised in Omicron panic
The UK last night raised its pandemic alert levels as the number of COVID infections reached its highest point for nearly a year. More

02/12/2021 - Pandemic cuts HIV diagnoses
The UK saw a significant drop in new HIV diagnoses last year during the pandemic, according to new data. More

19/11/2021 - Spinal muscular atrophy treatment approved despite "uncertainties"
The NHS today promised a new treatment for hundreds of patients with spinal muscular atrophy after regulators approved the use of a syrup medicine drug, said to improve motor function. More

18/11/2021 - Experts debate genome sequencing in babies
A phased rollout of genome sequencing in newborns, guided by oversight bodies, should be introduced, genome experts say today. More

15/11/2021 - Cash promised for neurodegenerative disease research
Some £375 million is to be invested in research into neurodegenerative diseases, the British government has announced. More

12/11/2021 - Adrenaline injectors for public places?
The UK is moving towards placing adrenaline auto-injectors in public places, it has been announced. More

10/11/2021 - New pancreatic cancer symptoms found
Newly identified symptoms of pancreatic cancer include thirst and urine colour, a conference will hear today. More

10/11/2021 - Call for registration of breast implant patients
A new drive has been launched to improve the take up of a nationwide registry of breast implant patients. More

09/11/2021 - UK commits to net zero amid warnings about global health response
The UK’s four nations today jointly committed their health services to achieve “net zero” carbon emissions by 2045. More

05/11/2021 - Department culture at centre of childbirth brain injury reduction drive
Two royal colleges are to work together in a government-backed project to reduce brain injury in labour, it was announced today. More

22/10/2021 - Lockdown leads to double unplanned pregnancies
Unplanned pregnancies almost doubled during the first lockdown in the UK, a major study reports today. More

19/10/2021 - New recurrent miscarriages guideline published
A new draft guideline should help to improve the quality of care provided by women who suffer miscarriage or are at risk, it was announced today. More

15/09/2021 - Surgery delays linked to rise in opioid prescribing
A steep rise in opioid prescriptions since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic may be linked to growing waiting lists, researchers warn today. More

23/08/2021 - Major programme to trace antibody role in virus susceptibility
A new UK COVID antibody surveillance programme will seek to establish the limits of the vaccination programme, it has been announced. More

16/08/2021 - Campaign launched to highlight cancer symptoms
The NHS is to run a campaign this week to persuade the public to ensure they are checked for potential cancer symptoms. More

28/07/2021 - Midlife UK health burden increasing
A large proportion of UK adults in their late 40s have multiple health problems, according to an analysis published today. More

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