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Britain will 'host world's first Covid-19 vaccine challenge trial', reports
The controversial trials - which could rapidly speed up vaccine development - are said to be set to begin in January at a quarantine facility in east London.
Metformin Slows Cognitive Decline, Says New Study
The risk of dementia in individuals with type 2 diabetes could be reduced by using common antidiabetic medication Metformin.
Four months later than planned, the mobile phone tracing tool will be...
Britons will be urged to download the mobile tracing app that uses Bluetooth technology to alert users if they have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for...
Diagnoses of several common health conditions HALVED during pandemic, study...
The number of heart disease patients diagnosed also fell 44 per cent, as health services saw a 43 per cent plunge in patients with circulatory issues and 16 per cent drop in...
No Guarantee Any Coronavirus Vaccine in Development Will Work: WHO Chief
Top health organization has no guarantee whether any single COVID-19 vaccine now in development will work, says World Health Organisation chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Silent COVID-19 Carriers may Have Key Role in Coronavirus Spread
Silent or asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 may have a key role in driving the spread of novel coronavirus, according to a new study.
New Lactic Acid Bacteria can Make African Camel Milk Safe: Study
A formula for a freeze-dried starter culture that African camel milk farmers can use to make safe, fermented milk products has been developed.
Excess Belly Fat Tied to Early Death
Excess fat stored around the abdomen is linked to a higher risk of early death from any cause, regardless of overall body fat, reports a new study.
COVID-19 mortality rates down as treatments improve, doctors gain experience
Coronavirus infections continue to kill almost 1,000 Americans daily. Still, those with dangerous cases have a higher chance of survival - thanks to great strides in medical...
Lung Transplant Patients Not Given Anti-fungal Preventive Drugs Have Higher...
In the first year following lung transplantation, anti-fungal drugs reduced mortality risk by half, revealed new research.