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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

12/1/22 - Lung disease test for undiagnosed millions
A simple assessment can be used for accurate diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in many settings, according to a major global study. More

12/1/22 - Ketamine may benefit severe alcoholics
Ketamine treatment may be effective for alcohol use disorder, alongside psychological therapy, according to a new study. More

12/1/22 - Omicron tidal wave sweeping Europe
The Omicron variant is a “tidal wave” sweeping across Europe, the World Health Organization has warned. More

11/1/22 - Air pollution exposure 'may increase COVID-19 risk'
Long-term exposure to air pollution could increase the risk from COVID-19 infection, new findings show today. More

11/1/22 - Inflammation in men linked to living alone
Inflammation in men is strongly linked to living alone for several years and/or experiencing serial relationship break-ups, researchers report today. More

11/1/22 - First Less Survivable Cancer Awareness Day launched
The first Less Survivable Cancers Awareness Day is launched today, to highlight the importance of early diagnosis in improving survival and quality of life for people diagnosed with these diseases. More

10/1/22 - Common cold "key" to universal COVID vaccine
British scientists unveil new evidence today of how exposure to the common cold may help protect against COVID. More

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