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15/5/20 - 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

15/5/20 - Antiviral shows promise for Covid-19 patients
Treatment with antivirals has been shown to speed up the recovery of Covid-19 patients, according to a Canadian study published today. More

15/5/20 - New treatment hope for brain and spinal cord injuries
A repurposed treatment could dramatically reduce swelling after brain and spinal cord injury, according to the findings of a major global study. More

14/5/20 - Physical work demands shorter working life
Jobs with high physical demands are linked to a shortened working life and more sickness absence and unemployment, Danish researchers say today. More

13/5/20 - 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

13/5/20 - Children's Covid-19 symptoms highlighted
Covid-19 infection in children may not start with a cough, but gastrointestinal symptoms with fever, according to a new report from China. More

12/5/20 - Five maternal deaths linked to virus
Five women in the UK have died during pregnancy after Covid-19 infection, according to a new analysis. More

11/5/20 - Wearable pendant for risky heart rhythm
Finnish researchers have unveiled a wearable device to detect atrial fibrillation in people who may be at raised risk. More

11/5/20 - Blood enzyme may explain male virus susceptibility
The ACE2 enzyme may help explain why men are more vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus than women, Dutch researchers report today. More

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