A study of approximately 200,000 blood samples from the UK Biobank has identified more than 2,000 undiagnosed cases of type 2 diabetes. The study, presented at this year’s Annual Meeting of the European Association for
Scientists at Imperial College London say they are immunizing hundreds of people with an experimental coronavirus vaccine in an early trial after seeing no worrying safety problems in a small number vaccinated so far. Dr.
Coronavirus daily cases totalled 958 yesterday – the lowest rise since the lockdown began. The number of deaths also plummeted to 15, although this number doesn’t account for the weekend lag. All told, the numbers
Suspected and confirmed cases of deaths from the coronavirus outbreak in Britain have risen to 48,000, according to official data published Tuesday. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures tallied all fatalities in which COVID-19
Coronavirus behaves in unpredictable ways so health advice has to constantly reflect its capriciousness. This holds particularly true in the area of symptoms, which are constantly evolving as patients share their experience with the pathogen.
COVID-19 has wrenched people from their daily lives and the cost of this turmoil has become apparent this weekend. The Spring sunshine may be testing people’s patience but the daily jump in death toll issues
Coronavirus is causing a death every 13 minutes in the UK with the pandemic raging on. It has been reported that a total of 11,658 people have tested positive in the UK, with a staggering 4,300
Coronavirus patients are told to recover at HOME: People who have just mild symptoms will not be hospitalised as at least 45 people with the virus are already treating themselves in self-isolation with daily phone
Coronavirus cases in the UK rose to 39 yesterday, as the government outlined measures to minimise the threat to citizens, which included possible school closures, cancelling events and bringing NHS staff out of retirement. The
Most of the infected were young adults who did not have the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) jab – a possible legacy of the anti-vaccination scandal of the 1990s. Many students were born soon after doctor