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02/12/2020 - Hand sanitiser poisoning reported
The widespread use of alcohol-based hand sanitiser is creating risk of accidental poisoning, a researcher warns today. More

27/11/2020 - Warning of spread of undiagnosed HIV in Europe
Parts of Europe are losing control of the spread of HIV, leading to thousands of people living with undiagnosed disease, according to a major new report. More

26/11/2020 - SARS-CoV-2 mutations 'do not increase transmissibility'
None of the SARS-CoV-2 virus mutations that have been documented so far increase transmissibility in humans, a new study has shown. More

25/11/2020 - Severe COVID-19 risk with diabetic retinopathy
People with diabetic retinopathy are at a raised risk if they become infected with COVID-19, a study has found. More

23/11/2020 - COVID does not recur for six months - Oxford study
People infected with COVID-19 are unlikely to succumb to the virus again for at least six months, according to a new study. More

20/11/2020 - Hypertension link to social isolation during lockdown
Social isolation due to COVID-19 lockdowns is associated with an increase in blood pressure, according to a new Argentine study. More

20/11/2020 - 'Anti COVID-19' nasal spray developed
A nasal spray has been developed that could protect against COVID-19, using materials that are already cleared for use in humans, British researchers have announced. More

19/11/2020 - US vaccine approval draws near
Developers of the first COVID-19 vaccine will be seeking formal approval for use in the USA "within days", it has been announced. More

16/11/2020 - Baricitinib could reduce COVID-19 mortality
Baricitinib, the rheumatoid arthritis drug, has shown promise as a treatment that could help to reduce COVID-19 mortality, an early-stage study has found. More

13/11/2020 - Inhaled treatment could help severe COVID disease
An inhaled immune system protein, developed for asthma, can help patients with severe COVID-19 disease, British researchers have reported. More

12/11/2020 - Doubts over fast antibody testing
A rapid antibody test will have limited use for telling the public whether they are safe against COVID-19 infection, researchers warn today. More

09/11/2020 - New evidence of common cold protection against COVID-19
British scientists have found how common colds may help protect some people, especially children, against COVID-19 infection. More

06/11/2020 - Ethnicity affects COVID stroke risk - while statins may protect
The COVID-19 virus seems to double the risk of stroke for people of Asian descent, British researchers reported today. More

05/11/2020 - Synthetic nanobody could fight SARS-CoV-2 virus
A synthetic nanobody could be used to help combat COVID-19, a new study has revealed. More

04/11/2020 - Seven kinds of COVID disease?
Researchers in Austria have outlined seven distinct forms of disease in COVID-19 infection. More

03/11/2020 - Pandemic loss of heart procedures - new estimates
As many as 45,000 heart procedures may have been missed or delayed this year in England because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new analysis. More

02/11/2020 - New details of post COVID syndrome
More details of the new “post COVID syndrome” have been announced, defining it as a condition lasting for longer than 12 weeks. More

30/10/2020 - Shop workers' risk of getting COVID-19
Customer-facing shop staff are about five times more likely to test positive for COVID-19 than their colleagues in other positions, a small American study has found. More

29/10/2020 - COVID-19 antibody therapy candidates identified
UK scientists have identified a potentially ground-breaking antibody combination that could be used as a “cocktail” against COVID-19, it is revealed today. More

28/10/2020 - Vitamin D linked to respiratory disease including COVID-19
A large proportion of patients hospitalised with COVID-19 have a deficiency of vitamin D, according to a new analysis. More

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