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15/1/21 - Ovarian cancer classification system validated
A newly developed method for subtyping ovarian cancer has been validated as accurately predicting disease outcome. More

15/1/21 - How euthanasia rates vary across The Netherlands
Regions of The Netherlands have recorded a seven-fold unexplained variation in euthanasia rates, according to new analysis published today. More

14/1/21 - 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

14/1/21 - 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

13/1/21 - Awareness during anaesthesia raised during Caesarean section
The rate of 'accidental awareness' under general anaesthetic is much higher than expected during Caesarean section, according to a new analysis. More

13/1/21 - Clear benefit of exercise on cardiovascular health
The positive impact of exercise on cardiovascular health appears to have 'no upper limit', according to new findings from the University of Oxford, UK. More

13/1/21 - Alcohol patterns and frequency linked to health
Some patterns of drinking behaviour may reduce risk of alcohol-related health problems, researchers have reported. More

12/1/21 - Drug-resistant prostate cancer treatment 'promising'
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12/1/21 - Gut microbiome may influence COVID-19 severity
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