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14/01/2021 - How alcohol consumption increased in first lockdown
A quarter of adults in the UK drank more alcohol than usual during the first COVID-19 lockdown, with younger women more likely to have increased their consumption, according to a new study today. More

14/01/2021 - Nanobodies "promising" against COVID-19 infection
Nanobodies have been developed that can prevent the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus from entering human cells – even if the virus mutates, several research teams have announced. More

12/01/2021 - Gut microbiome may influence COVID-19 severity
Imbalances in gut microbiome may be responsible for how ill an individual will get from COVID-19 and could be why some people suffer from “long COVID”, according to new research. More

08/01/2021 - COVID-19 immunity could last at least eight months
Almost all COVID-19 survivors have the immune cells necessary to fight re-infection for at least eight months after the initial infection, according to a US study. More

07/01/2021 - Acute heart failure linked to increased COVID death risk
People with acute heart failure face almost doubled risk of dying from COVID-19, according to new research published today. More

07/01/2021 - Mental health of UK women, ethnic minorities badly affected during pandemic
Ethnic minorities and women have experienced worse deterioration of mental health than white men during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new UK study. More

06/01/2021 - Cord stem cell hope for severe COVID-19
There is significant benefit from transfusing umbilical-cord derived stem cells to patients with severe COVID-19, US researchers reported yesterday. More

05/01/2021 - Scottish medical backing for vaccine booster delay
The government's controversial plan to maximise the numbers getting the COVID vaccine gained support from a group of senior doctors yesterday. More

04/01/2021 - Warning as pandemic aggravates pregnancy anxiety
The pandemic is adding significantly to the anxiety faced by many pregnant women, a charity warned today. More

23/12/2020 - COVID-19 not passed to foetus
Pregnant women with COVID-19 do not infect their foetus – but also do not pass on very many antibodies, researchers have found. More

21/12/2020 - New strain puts UK in quarantine
The UK was Europe’s sickest nation today as government scientists confirmed the country was being afflicted by a highly infectious new strain of the COVID-19 virus. More

18/12/2020 - Prepare patients for "long COVID," doctors told
Doctors should prepare COVID-19 patients for long-term effects, according to guidance published today. More

17/12/2020 - Concerns over COVID-19 vaccine coverage
Low and middle income countries will face huge problems in obtaining supplies of COVID-19 vaccines because of pre-ordering by wealthy countries, according to a new analysis. More

17/12/2020 - COVID trials have excluded pregnant women - study
Most COVID-19 trials have avoided including pregnant women, according to a new analysis. More

15/12/2020 - New strain appears in southern third wave
A new strain of SARS-CoV-2 has been linked to the resurgence of the pandemic in southern England, it has been announced. More

14/12/2020 - Genes point to severe COVID illness
Scottish researchers have identified five genes linked to patients developing the most severe forms of COVID-19, it has been announced. More

10/12/2020 - Loss of taste and smell among hospitalised COVID patients
Almost two-thirds of people admitted to an Italian hospital with COVID-19 at the beginning of the pandemic had lost their senses of smell and taste, according to a small study published yesterday. More

09/12/2020 - Much ado as vaccination begins
The Oxford university COVID-19 vaccine still lacks data on its effectiveness on adults over the age of 55, according to the first peer-reviewed analysis of the new vaccines. More

04/12/2020 - Pandemic mortality risk for people with rare autoimmune disease
People with rare autoimmune rheumatic diseases have been at greater risk of dying during the COVID-19 pandemic than the general population, according to a study published today. More

03/12/2020 - 'Lab-on-a-chip' infection test developed
A newly developed chip that is a miniature version of the polymerase chain reaction can process results in minutes, British scientists have announced. More

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