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10/07/2020 - Pandemic getting worse - WHO
The COVID-19 pandemic is "getting worse," the World Health Organisation has warned, as the global curve shows little sign of flattening. More

09/07/2020 - Healthy diet linked to reduced diabetes risk
Eating a diet with generous portions of fruit, vegetables and whole grain foods is associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to two studies published today. More

09/07/2020 - Anger as virus-stricken US quits WHO
A leading medical charity has condemned as "highly irresponsible" the latest steps by US president Donald Trump to leave the World Health Organisation. More

03/07/2020 - How the virus is becoming more infectious
The COVID-19 virus has become more infectious in the course of the pandemic – but not more lethal, according to a major new genomic analysis. More

02/07/2020 - 'Major weaknesses' in COVID-19 antibody tests
The COVID-19 antibody tests have major weaknesses, according to a review of the latest international research published today. More

25/06/2020 - Bowel disease link to dementia
Inflammatory bowel disease is significantly linked to a raised risk of dementia, according to a new analysis. More

22/06/2020 - Virus resurgence a major threat to Europe
Europe is going to struggle to control a resurgence of Covid-19, according to analysts. More

19/06/2020 - Cortisol indicator for Covid-19 mortality risk
Excessively high blood levels of cortisol in a Covid-19 patient are an indicator that the patient is likely to deteriorate quickly, according to a UK study. More

17/06/2020 - Local anaesthesia may protect environment
Using regional rather than general anaesthesia when possible may have significant environmental advantages, it has been claimed. More

09/06/2020 - Genetic risk score devised for osteoporosis patients
Genetic researchers have discovered how to predict which individuals with osteoporosis are likely to have fractures. More

05/06/2020 - Indigestion drug may ease mild-moderate Covid-19 symptoms
A widely available drug used to ease indigestion could help to treat people with mild to moderate cases of Covid-19, it was claimed today. More

01/06/2020 - New hope for prostate cancer screening and testing
Scientists have developed a non-invasive blood test to identify how men with advanced prostate cancer will respond to treatment, British researchers have told a conference. More

27/05/2020 - Dementia gene linked to severe Covid-19 disease
People who carry two faulty copies of the APOE gene - linked to dementia - are at twice the risk of developing severe Covid-19, scientists have reported. More

18/05/2020 - Link between Covid-19 and blood clotting "clear" - UK research team
Doctors in London, UK, say they have established a "clear link" between Covid-19 and clotting of the blood, confirming a range of previous studies suggesting significant impact on the cardiovascular system. More

15/05/2020 - Antiviral shows promise for Covid-19 patients
Treatment with antivirals has been shown to speed up the recovery of Covid-19 patients, according to a Canadian study published today. More

15/05/2020 - New treatment hope for brain and spinal cord injuries
A repurposed treatment could dramatically reduce swelling after brain and spinal cord injury, according to the findings of a major global study. More

05/05/2020 - Parkinson's dyskinesia mechanism discovered
A key mechanism underlying dyskinesia in people with Parkinson’s disease has been uncovered for the first time, potentially paving the way to treat the side effect, it has been announced. More

04/05/2020 - Immune system clues to virus care
Immune suppressants might play a role in the early treatment of Covid-19, one expert has suggested amid several studies highlighting the body's over-reaction to the virus. More

30/04/2020 - Anti-Ebola drug and antibody show promise
The anti-Ebola drug remdesivir has shown major promise in a global clinical trial involved Covid-19 patients, it was announced last night. More

17/04/2020 - Could overactive immune cells contribute to Covid-19 deaths?
Medical researchers from across the globe are investigating if overactive immune cells that produce Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) cause the most severe Covid-19 cases. More

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