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26/11/21 - Alarm as highly mutated nu variant emerges
The UK restricted travel to southern Africa last night after the discovery of an alarming new variant of the COVID virus. More

26/11/21 - 73% of health workers in Africa not fully vaccinated
Only 27% of health workers in Africa have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, analysis by the World Health Organization (WHO) shows. More

26/11/21 - New data highlights vaccine safety for pregnant women
COVID vaccination of pregnant women has barely changed the rate of birth complications, according to data released yesterday. More

25/11/21 - Deep red light exposure improves declining eyesight
Exposing the eyes to three minutes of deep red light once a week can significantly improve declining eyesight – but only if it is done in the morning. More

25/11/21 - COVID infection risk rises gradually after second vaccine
There is a gradual increase in the risk of COVID-19 infection from 90 days after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to a new Israeli study. More

24/11/21 - Face coverings, not social distancing, protect against transmission - new study
The two metre social distancing rule was “arbitrary” and is no guarantee of protection from COVID infection, according to a new analysis. More

24/11/21 - Common cold antibodies may give COVID protection
People carrying antibodies to coronaviruses that cause common colds are at a reduced risk of catching, and being hospitalised for, COVID-19, according to a new study. More

23/11/21 - Distinctive irritable bowel syndrome biomarker identified
People with a distinctive and abnormal profile to their gut bacteria could benefit from a low FODMAP diet to help treat their irritable bowel syndrome, a new study has found. More

23/11/21 - Aspirin linked with increased heart failure risk
Taking aspirin is associated with a 26% increased risk of heart failure in people who have at least one predisposing factor for the condition, a new German study shows today. More

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