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08/06/2021 - Plant-based diet could reduce COVID-19 severity
The chances of developing moderate to severe COVID-19 could be lower among people who eat a plant-based or pescatarian diet, new research has suggested. More

07/06/2021 - Hospitals urged to step up prevention of HBV infant transmission
Hospitals in major European countries may be failing to implement procedures that can prevent transmission of hepatitis B infection from mother to baby, a major conference has heard. More

07/06/2021 - Mexican variant poses latest pandemic threat
A highly transmissible Mexican variant of COVID-19 has arrived in Europe, Italian researchers have warned. More

04/06/2021 - Social media and lack of trust fuel COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
Social media firms and the government should step up efforts to counter misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. More

04/06/2021 - COVID-19 reinfection risk reduced for up to 10 months
People who have had COVID-19 have a reduced chance of being reinfected for at least ten months, according to an analysis published today. More

03/06/2021 - 'Five Cs' needed to tackle vaccine hesitancy
The strategy to deal with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy needs to focus on five Cs: confidence, complacency, convenience, communication and context, scientists say today. More

03/06/2021 - G7 to work against zoonoses
The world’s leading democracies are to work together to combat the growing threat from zoonotic infection, it was announced today. More

02/06/2021 - Call for new vaccine approach in India
Public health practitioners are calling for the Covid-19 vaccination to be provided free of charge and vaccine approvals to be hastened in India. More

24/05/2021 - Double dose vaccines effective against Indian variant
Double dose vaccination is “highly effective” against the Indian variant of COVID-19 – but not quite as effective as against other variants, British researchers have reported. More

20/05/2021 - High income countries' excess death toll in 2020
Twenty-nine high-income countries accounted for almost one million extra deaths because of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, according to a new study. More

20/05/2021 - Long-term conditions in post-acute COVID-19 phase
One in seven adults with COVID-19 developed at least one new condition that required medical care during the post-acute phase of illness, a new US study has found. More

17/05/2021 - Hope for hepatitis B treatment
A new immunotherapy can combat the hepatitis B virus, researchers have reported. More

17/05/2021 - New blood group link to COVID risk
A major blood group gene is closely linked to the risk of disease from COVID-19 infection, according to a new analysis. More

13/05/2021 - 'Emphasise personal benefits of COVID-19 vaccine'
Emphasising the personal benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to persuade those who resist the injection, according to a new study. More

13/05/2021 - Mixing COVID-19 vaccine increases reactions
Mixing COVID-19 vaccines increases an individual’s reactogenicity compared to standard schedules, according to preliminary data from the Com-COV study. More

10/05/2021 - Pandemic mental health problems highlight inequality issues
One in nine UK adults reported having very poor or deteriorating mental health during the first six months of the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers have reported. More

06/05/2021 - Call to compare vaccine thrombosis and viral risk
Two Scandinavian countries that halted the use of the Oxford vaccine suffered 11 excess events for every 100,000 vaccinations, according to a new analysis of the thrombotic risks associated with the programme, published today. More

29/04/2021 - Regular home COVID testing 'unlikely to reduce transmission'
Encouraging twice weekly COVID testing at home is unlikely to reduce transmission and is a “misguided policy”, public health experts warn today. More

29/04/2021 - Plea to India to postpone elections
Some of Britain’s leading doctors have lent their voices to a call for India to postpone planned elections as the COVID-19 pandemic devastates the country. More

28/04/2021 - Vaccine success leaves UK near virus free
The first dose of COVID-19 vaccination achieved reductions in infection rates of 70% after three weeks, according to a major new analysis. More

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