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13/5/22 - Half of hospitalised COVID patients have symptoms after two years
Half of people who were hospitalised with COVID-19 have at least one symptom two years later, Chinese research has found. More

13/5/22 - More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer
More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer - despite it being the most preventable cancer, according to a survey published today. More

12/5/22 - Exercise with dietary advice linked to mobility in frail older people
Mobility problems in frail, elderly people can be reduced through regular exercise and expert dietary advice, a European study reports today. More

12/5/22 - Hypermutation linked to chemotherapy
Chemotherapy may be one of the key reasons why some men pass on genetic mutations to their children, British scientists reported last night. More

11/5/22 - New support for COVID vaccine in pregnancy
A new study has found no evidence of adverse pregnancy outcomes with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. More

11/5/22 - How coffee brew technique affects cholesterol
The link between coffee and cholesterol levels may be linked to an individual's sex and the brewing method they use, according to an analysis published today. More

10/5/22 - Heat shock clue to preventing dementia
Heat shock proteins may play a key role in preventing dementia, helping to explain reports that sauna use reduces risk, according to British scientists. More

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