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1/4/21 - Hospitalised COVID-19 patients face organ damage risk
People discharged from hospital after being treated for COVID-19 are more likely to suffer from multi-organ dysfunction. More

1/4/21 - Melanoma linked to high testosterone in men
There may be a link between high levels of testosterone in the blood and increased risk of melanoma in men, according to a new analysis. More

31/3/21 - Facemasks must continue after lockdown, urge scientists
The UK should continue to require the use of facemasks after other lockdown restrictions are ended, according to an analysis published today. More

31/3/21 - New gene variant linked to infertility in men
Scientists have identified a new genetic variant they believe is linked to male infertility. More

30/3/21 - Asthma attacks reduced in first COVID-19 phase
Fewer than normal patients presented with severe asthma attacks, or were hospitalised with pneumonia, influenza and chronic lung diseases during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to three new studies. More

30/3/21 - Glaucoma type linked to cognitive impairment risk
Normal-tension glaucoma has been linked to an increased risk of cognitive impairment and possibly dementia, Australian researchers report today. More

30/3/21 - Risks of exercising outside when air quality is poor
Young people should avoid very strenuous physical activity on days when air pollution levels are high, according to new research from South Korea published today. More

29/3/21 - Vaccine success evidence as lockdown eased
Vaccination is proving highly effective in preventing deaths and infection in the UK, according to a series of studies released as lockdown restrictions are relaxed in England. More

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