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17/6/22 - Reduced long COVID risk with Omicron
Individuals contracting the Omicron variant are less likely to develop long COVID than those who had the Delta variant, new analysis published last night has found. More

17/6/22 - Recommendations for gene testing athletes
Gene testing can be used to prevent sudden cardiac death in athletes, according to recommendations published today. More

16/6/22 - Genes linked to severe COVID-19
More than 1,000 genes that are linked to the development of severe COVID-19 infection have been identified for the first time. More

16/6/22 - Medicalising menopause can fuel 'negativity'
Menopause experts have called for a nuanced approach to treating symptoms. More

16/6/22 - Gene involved in chronic pain
A gene has been discovered that regulates pain sensitisation by amplifying pain signals within the spinal cord. More

14/6/22 - One in seven exposed to Lyme disease
More than 14% of the world’s population is likely to have – or had – Lyme disease, according to an analysis published today. More

14/6/22 - Cross-country skiers' suffer non-allergic asthma
Competitive cross-country skiers who undertake an intensive training schedule have an increased risk of non-allergic asthma, researchers report today. More

13/6/22 - 'Overwhelming' benefits of rapid whole genome sequencing for infants
Rapid whole genome sequencing should be offered as standard to help to diagnose infants who are born severely ill or who develop serious illness in the first few weeks of life, a European conference has heard. More

13/6/22 - How extra chromosomes impact male health
Thousands of men may face increased risk of blood clotting diseases because they unknowingly carry an extra chromosome, British researchers have reported. More

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