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Is Covid-19 Causing an Epidemic of Sports Injuries?

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Source: Gerhard G. from Pixabay, used with permission Is it just me or are other people seeing an increase in sports injuries since the Covid-19...

Covid-19 vaccine: Woman to restart chemotherapy after jab

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A mum-of-two with stage four cancer says she feels safe enough to continue chemotherapy after receiving a leftover coronavirus vaccine.Vicki Meredew was diagnosed with...

Covid deaths: Four stories in 100,000

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In March 2020, we were told it would be a ‘’good outcome’’ if coronavirus killed 20,000 people across the UK. Now the bleakest milestone...

How to Build Happier Workplaces After the COVID Era

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The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment and — for those lucky enough to have kept their jobs — on changes in the workplace, have...

How to build back happier in the post COVID-19 era

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The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment and –  for those lucky enough to have kept their jobs – on changes in the workplace,...

Coronavirus: EU to tighten vaccine exports amid row with AstraZeneca

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The EU says it is unacceptable that AstraZeneca is cutting the number of pledged vaccine doses. Source link

Learning disability vaccine plea: ‘Don’t leave us to rot’

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As high risk groups continue to be immunised there are growing concerns that people with learning disabilities have been missed out.Despite a recent Public...

Results suggest lasting immunity after infection — ScienceDaily

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In a promising result for the success of vaccines against COVID-19, rhesus macaque monkeys infected with the human coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 developed protective immune responses...

Assessing the effectiveness of public health ads | News

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Public health advertising that incites fear is often less effective than messaging that provides clear steps about staying healthy and saving lives,...

People more likely to follow COVID rules when friends and family...

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New research has shown that people are more likely to follow Covid-19 restrictions based on what their friends do, rather than their own principles. Research...

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