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30/06/2020 - New drugs tested for SARS-Cov-2 treatment
Seven existing kinase inhibitor drugs have potential against SARS-Cov-2, European researchers say. More

26/06/2020 - Vaping increases health risks, especially from Covid-19 - new analysis
Smoking and vaping may increase the risk of people being infected by Covid-19, suffering worse symptoms and dying from it, according to research published today. More

25/06/2020 - Bacteriophages examined for Covid-19 care
British experts have called for a focus on bacteriophages in the care of Covid-19 patients. 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

18/06/2020 - EU steps in to secure vaccine supplies
The European Union has launched its own plans to accelerate Covid-19 vaccine development amid fears its members may be at the back of the queue for supplies. More

17/06/2020 - Dexamethasone cuts Covid-19 mortality - trial
The UK is to introduce the corticosteroid dexamethasone rapidly into the treatment of seriously ill Covid-19 patients following the success of a clinical trial, it was announced yesterday. More

16/06/2020 - Virus antibodies show stability - UK study
Most Covid-19 patients develop antibodies that appear to remain "stable", according to a new UK analysis. More

12/06/2020 - Women under-represented in Covid-19 research papers
Only one third of Covid-19 published research authors are women – and few of these are senior authors, according to new analysis published today. More

11/06/2020 - Warning on Covid-19 impact on ethnic minorities and migrants
Society's response to Covid-19 has discriminated against ethnic minorities, increasing the risks they have faced, according to global health specialists today. More

11/06/2020 - Recommendations for rheumatic patients with Covid-19
New provisional recommendations for people with rheumatic musculoskeletal diseases who test positive for Covid-19 has been published by the European League Against Rheumatism. More

10/06/2020 - How the virus invaded Scotland from Europe
The Covid-19 virus reached Scotland days before it was detected from multiple countries, according to a new analysis. More

09/06/2020 - Antibody test confirms Covid-19 trigger for new children's condition
A new antibody test has shown that Covid-19 is the most likely cause of a newly emerged multi-system inflammatory syndrome which has affected hundreds of children. More

08/06/2020 - Genetic susceptibility to virus explored
Human susceptibility to Covid-19 is linked to genetic traits, according to an Italian study. 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

05/06/2020 - High blood pressure mortality risk for Covid-19
People with raised blood pressure are at twice the risk of dying from Covid-19 compared to those without hypertension, according to an analysis published today. More

01/06/2020 - Old drugs offer hope for new Covid-19 treatments
A drug used to treat acute respiratory distress syndrome is to be tested as a treatment for seriously ill Covid-19 patients, Oxford University researchers have announced. More

29/05/2020 - Face masks at home could curb Covid-19
Wearing face masks at home could help to stop the spread of Covid-19 among people in the same household, but only before symptoms develop, according to a Chinese study. More

28/05/2020 - Asymptomatic Covid-19 infection could be higher than thought
The number of people with Covid-19 who are asymptomatic could be much higher than previously thought, according to an analysis of a cruise ship outbreak published today. 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

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