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10/8/20 - Eosinophils linked to viral over-reaction
Eosinophils are the white blood cells that may play a key role in the damaging over-reaction of the immune system to COVID-19 infection in severe cases, according to Swedish researchers. More

10/8/20 - Compounds used as 'anti-evolution' drugs to combat antibiotic resistance
A novel strategy has been developed to use compounds as anti-evolution drugs to help combat resistance to antibiotics. More

7/8/20 - Many health workers may already have had COVID-19
The majority UK healthcare workers may already have been infected with COVID-19, according to new research out today. More

7/8/20 - Common wrist fracture heals well with plaster cast
A common wrist fracture in young people can heal as effectively with a plaster cast as surgery, according to a UK trial reported today. More

6/8/20 - Using frozen embryos does not increase pregnancy success
Using frozen embryos as part of assisted reproductive treatment does not increase the chances of pregnancy when compared with fresh embryo transfer, a new study published today (5 August 2020) says. More

6/8/20 - Antibody study raises new questions about vaccine potential
Only 60% of patients recovering from mild COVID-19 infection developed antibodies, according to a new study, which raises disturbing new questions about antibody protection against the virus. More

5/8/20 - Gene test proposed following neonatal encephalopathy
Gene profiling could predict outcomes for new born babies following oxygen deprivation, as well as help explain the mechanisms causing the damage, British researchers say. More

5/8/20 - COVID-19 infection possible in early gestation
Genes which allow COVID-19 infection to take hold are present in the first trimester of pregnancy, researchers report today. More

4/8/20 - Acupuncture better than paracetamol for chronic pain - NICE
Acupuncture may be a better option than paracetamol for patients with chronic primary pain, according to controversial new guidelines published last night. More

4/8/20 - SARS-COV-2 strains classified - and G is dominant
There are now at least six strains of the COVID-19 virus – but it remains vulnerable to vaccines, according to a major new analysis. More

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