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Study suggests increased risk of mental health disorders after covid-19 infection

Tackling mental health disorders among survivors of covid-19 should be a priority, say, researchers ...
Feb 21

Illegal use of amphetamine (‘speed’) use linked to 5-fold heightened risk of psychosis

Risk evident across all age groups, especially among women and serial offenders ...
Feb 21

E-cigarettes linked to fewer successful quitters than other smoking cessation aids

And not associated with lessening risk of relapse among former smokers ...
Feb 11

Almost 1 in 3 older adults develop new conditions after covid-19 infection

Post-Covid-19 problems...
Feb 11

Switch to dry powder inhaler more than halves carbon footprint of asthma treatment

Switch to dry powder inhaler more than halves carbon footprint of asthma treatment ...
Feb 11

Midlife chronic conditions linked to increased dementia risk later in life

Findings highlight the role of prevention and management to mitigate adverse outcomes in old age ...
Feb 08

Ketamine is a short-term effective treatment for some suicidal patients in hospital

Results suggest that some patients hospitalised for severe suicidal ideation could benefit from ketamine ...
Feb 08

Exercise may boost impact of pre-surgical chemo in patients with food pipe (oesophageal) cancer

Tumour shrinkage is greater in exercisers, small comparative trial results reveal ...
Feb 03

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy linked to childhood trauma

3 times more likely among those with experience of 4 or more trauma types ...
Feb 03

6 feet too less for COVID-19 precautionary measures ?

A team of infectious-disease experts arguesthat six-feet protocols are too rigid and are based on outmoded science and observations of different viruses....
Aug 28

Smoking strongly linked to women's lower take up of cancer screening services

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Aug 14

Smoking strongly linked to women's lower take up of cancer screening services

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Aug 14

Smoking strongly linked to women's lower take up of cancer screening services

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Aug 14

Coronavirus autopsies reasearch

Rapkiewicz, who directs autopsies at NYU Langone Health, noticed that some organs had far too many of a special type of cell rarely found in ...
Jul 02

Worrying Surge In Childhood Disease Linked To COVID-19

At least five children -- three in New York, and one each in France and Britain -- have died from the syndrome, and at least two other ...
May 16

Moderate egg intake not associated with cardiovascular disease risk

In a linked editorial, Professor Andrew Odegaard at the University of California, Irvine says that the results of the study are convincing, but “we should ...
Mar 16

Fish oil supplements linked to lower risk of heart disease and death

Further studies should explore what dose is needed to achieve a clinically meaningful effect...
Mar 16

WHO’s malaria vaccine study represents a “serious breach of international ethical standards”

Experts are troubled by the apparent lack of informed consent in a pilot study of the vaccine...
Mar 16

Cycling to work linked to higher risk of injury-related hospitalisation among UK commuters

In a linked editorial, Anne Lusk from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health says that safer cycling infrastructure benefits people and the ...
Mar 16

Almost a third of UK doctors may be ‘burnt out’ and stressed, poll suggests

Nearly one in three UK doctors may be ‘burnt out’ and stressed,’ suggests the results of an in-depth survey, published in the online journal ...
Feb 10

Falling risk of heart disease among survivors of child cancer since the 1970s

Efforts to reduce exposure to the most toxic effects of treatment seem to be working...
Jan 17

Less sugar in school packed lunches but lower levels of vitamins/minerals than decade ago

Nutritional quality of this type of lunchtime meal still remains low in UK, findings suggest...
Jan 17

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