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20/1/22 - Artificial pancreas helps youngsters with type 1 diabetes
A “life-changing” artificial pancreas is helping young children with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels, British researchers reported today. More

20/1/22 - Prolonged TV watching linked to blood clots
People who sit and watch television for more than four hours at a time are at significantly increased risk of developing blood clots, researchers report today. More

19/1/22 - Children's lateral flow tests vary in reliability
COVID-19 lateral flow tests provided to children have sensitivity that "varies broadly" and is "substantially lower than reported by manufacturers", researchers warn today. More

19/1/22 - How Omicron increased anxiety
The British population faced a significant increase in depression and anxiety in December as the Omicron variant took hold, according to a new analysis. More

18/1/22 - New approach to repair peripheral nerve damage
New ideas for repairing peripheral nerve damage have been announced by a team of researchers in Ireland. More

17/1/22 - Classic pop aids midwinter mental health campaign
A nationwide campaign was launched today to stem the threat of midwinter depression with the “help” of pop stars old and new. More

17/1/22 - Surgery should not be angina patients' first option
Doctors should treat stable angina patients with medical therapies before recommending stents or bypass surgery, experts have stated. More

14/1/22 - WHO recommends two more COVID-19 treatments
A drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis has been recommended for patients with severe or critical COVID-19, the World Health Organization announced today. More

14/1/22 - African clue to anti-COVID gene
Swedish researchers say they have pinpointed a gene variant that protects against severe COVID infection. More

13/1/22 - Reductions in child hospitalisations in first year of pandemic
There was a dramatic fall in hospital admissions for childhood infections in England during 2020, a new study shows today. More

13/1/22 - Debate about licensing of e-cigarettes as medicines
Respiratory experts have debated if e-cigarettes should be licensed as medicines after the UK announced support for the move. More

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