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26/3/20 - Concern over 'exaggerated' AI studies
Millions of patients could be at risk because of “poor quality” and “exaggerated” studies that claim artificial intelligence (AI) is as good as – or better than – human experts at interpreting medical images, according to an analysis published today. More

26/3/20 - Excessive salt in the diet weakens immunity system
A high-salt diet weakens the immune system, German researchers reported last night. More

25/3/20 - 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

25/3/20 - Lower heart risk with frequent baths
Having a daily bath may help reduce the risk of death from heart disease and stroke, Japanese researchers suggest today. More

24/3/20 - Italy informs detailed new guidance on critical care
Italian specialists have helped draw up new guidance on the care of critically ill patients with Covid-19 infection. More

24/3/20 - Millions pour into Covid-19 research
The UK poured £10 million into key Covid-19 research projects yesterday, backing the search for a vaccine and ready-to-use drugs. More

23/3/20 - UK needs tougher action to prevent deaths - UCL experts
A letter being dispatched to one and a half million people will only reach a fraction of those at significant risk from Covid-19, according to an expert analysis today. More

23/3/20 - NICE seeks to aid Covid-19 decision making
New national guidance, issued over the weekend, has sought to help clinicians facing difficult decisions on admitting Covid-19 patients to critical care facilities. More

20/3/20 - 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

19/3/20 - Scepticism about Covid-19 vaccine speed
Analysts have warned that a vaccine for the Covid-19 virus could be a year away, in spite of the first vaccine going for phase 1 testing. More

19/3/20 - Open surgery for AAA, NICE concludes
Unruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms should usually be treated with open surgery rather than endovascular repair, according to the latest version of controversial guidelines published today. More

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