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19/05/2020 - Dairy 'lowers diabetes and high blood pressure risk'
Two daily servings of dairy products – especially full-fat ones – are linked to reduced risks of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to a major international analysis reported today. More

15/05/2020 - 28m operations cancelled worldwide because of Covid-19
More than 28 million elective operations across the globe could be cancelled or postponed because of Covid-19, according to a new study by the CovidSurg Collaborative. More

13/05/2020 - Global 'burden' of osteoarthritis measured
A new global study of osteoarthritis has found that the condition is “a major public health challenge”, with increasing rates in most countries. More

06/05/2020 - How the new virus spread and mutated worldwide
SARS-Cov-2 arrived in the UK and other countries through multiple carriers, according to a major genetic analysis unveiled today. More

06/05/2020 - UK has highest concern over Covid-19
International surveys show more people in the UK are worried about Covid-19 than in other populations, according to a new analyis. 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

07/04/2020 - Public facemasks may help vulnerable
Research on wearing of face-masks in public tends to supports its benefits, according to an analysis from the University of East Anglia, UK. More

25/03/2020 - Global advice on surgery infections
New guidelines, published today, set out how surgeons in low-income countries can reduce the risk of surgical site infection. More

20/03/2020 - Major gene study offers new insights into human diversity
British scientists have unveiled the most "detailed representation to date" of the diversity of the human genome. More

18/03/2020 - Virus survives for days on plastic
The Covid-19 virus can last for days on many surfaces, according to a new analysis helping to explain its high infectivity. More

17/03/2020 - Undocumented infection drives Covid-19 spread
The failure to screen and diagnose for the new coronavirus was a key cause of its early rapid spread across China, according to an analysis published last night. More

16/03/2020 - Hancock denies herd immunity strategy
UK health secretary Matt Hancock has denied the government is pursuing a strategy of developing "herd immunity" amid growing criticism of its approach. More

06/03/2020 - Students on standby to assist in virus epidemic
The UK could turn to medical students to help manage the spreading Covid-19 outbreak, MPs heard yesterday as the country recorded its first death. More

04/03/2020 - End stigma call on World Obesity Day
The world needs a consensus statement to prevent weight-based discrimination, medical and scientific organisations say today. More

28/02/2020 - Report on preventing ill health launches
Failure to invest in ill health prevention could cost governments of better-off countries more than £500bn a year, a new report claims today. More

19/02/2020 - Global failure on child health
The world is failing to protect the health of its children, according to a major report published today. More

12/02/2020 - Wearable technology to detect early dementia
A global project is to test the benefits of wearable technology to help early detection of neurodegenerative disease, it was announced yesterday. More

11/02/2020 - Daily ozone pollution increases risk of death
Daily exposure to ozone pollution in cities across the world is associated with an increased risk of death, the largest study of its kind claims today. More

11/02/2020 - Testosterone levels affect risk of metabolic disease and cancers
High testosterone levels may affect the risk of some metabolic diseases and cancers, according to the largest study to date on the genetic regulation of sex hormone levels. More

07/02/2020 - Global study pinpoints cancer's genetic changes
A major international genetic study has identified many of the early mutations that lead to cancer years later, it was announced last night. More

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