• Covid toes could last for 150 days, new research finds

    Added On : 1st November 2020

    The analysis, which drew from hundreds of coronavirus cases in dozens of countries, found that some patients had symptoms for months after diagnosis.

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  • Coronavirus: Europe's daily deaths rise by nearly 40% compared with last week - WHO

    Added On : 29th October 2020

    Europe's daily Covid deaths rose by nearly 40% compared with the previous week, the World Health Organization (WHO) has told the BBC.

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  • Covid: Antibodies 'fall rapidly after infection'

    Added On : 28th October 2020

    Levels of protective antibodies in people wane "quite rapidly" after coronavirus infection, say researchers.

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  • India's first 'saviour sibling' cures brother of fatal illness

    Added On : 27th October 2020

    The story of India's first "saviour sibling" has made national headlines. It has also raised questions about the ethics of using technology to create a child only to save or cure a sibling in a country with poor regulatory systems. The BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi reports.

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  • Covid: The NHS workers 'still recovering' as second wave looms

    Added On : 26th October 2020

    "I still have nightmares most nights about being completely out of my depth."

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  • UK plan to be first to run human challenge Covid trials

    Added On : 25th October 2020

    The UK is pushing ahead to be the first nation to carry out "human challenge" studies where up to 90 healthy people will be deliberately exposed to Covid.

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  • Expert advice for dealing with stressed-out skin

    Added On : 22nd October 2020

    Stress affects the skin in various ways

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  • Conjoined twins return home after successful separation

    Added On : 21st October 2020

    Twin girls who were born joined at the head, and separated last year by a team at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, have returned home to Pakistan.

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  • UK plan to be first to run human challenge Covid trials

    Added On : 20th October 2020

    The UK is pushing ahead to be the first nation to carry out "human challenge" studies where up to 90 healthy people will be deliberately exposed to Covid

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  • Covid: Remdesivir 'has little or no effect' on survival, says WHO

    Added On : 19th October 2020

    Anti-viral drug remdesivir has little to no effect on Covid patients' chances of survival, a study from the World Health Organization (WHO) has found.

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