• Fewer than 10% of Americans have coronavirus antibodies By Daily Mail   -   Sep 26, 2020

    FEWER THAN 10% OF AMERICANS HAVE CORONAVIRUS ANTIBODIES

    Somewhere between 8.2 and 9.4 percent of Americans have antibodies to coronavirus, according to new data on dialysis patients published...

  • JANE CLARKE, one of the UK's top dietitians reveals how you can EAT to beat disease  By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    JANE CLARKE, ONE OF THE UK'S TOP DIETITIANS REVEALS HOW YOU CAN EAT TO BEAT DISEASE 

    Indeed, the science now suggests that inflammation is the single biggest risk factor for serious health problems such as type 2 diabetes,...

    Diabetes, Arthritis
  • Could getting enough vitamin D reduce COVID-19 death risks by 52%? By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    COULD GETTING ENOUGH VITAMIN D REDUCE COVID-19 DEATH RISKS BY 52%?

    New Boston University research found that people who don't get enough of the vitamin are far more likely to become severely ill, develop...

    Vitamins
  • DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Are YOU a victim of hidden diabetes? By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: ARE YOU A VICTIM OF HIDDEN DIABETES?

    DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: I am extremely thankful the problem was picked up so early, before raised blood sugars could do extensive damage...

    Diabetes
  • Only one in FIVE Britons with tell-tale symptoms of Covid-19 are self-isolating, study reveals By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    ONLY ONE IN FIVE BRITONS WITH TELL-TALE SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 ARE SELF-ISOLATING, STUDY REVEALS

    King's College London scientists quizzed 30,000 people living in the UK. Results showed only 18.2 per cent self-isolated even though...

  • Coronavirus UK: How quickly is the outbreak REALLY growing? By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS UK: HOW QUICKLY IS THE OUTBREAK REALLY GROWING?

    King's College London scientists behind the COVID Symptom Tracker mobile app estimate that there were at least 16,310 daily cases of...

  • London is put on lockdown watch-list after a spike in Covid-19 infections and hospital admissions  By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    LONDON IS PUT ON LOCKDOWN WATCH-LIST AFTER A SPIKE IN COVID-19 INFECTIONS AND HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS 

    Figures show the number of victims succumbing to the disease now stands at 29 - compared to the average of 17 last Friday. But they...

    Hospital
  • First coronavirus vaccine will not be a 'silver bullet', scientists warn government By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    FIRST CORONAVIRUS VACCINE WILL NOT BE A 'SILVER BULLET', SCIENTISTS WARN GOVERNMENT

    Experts advising the UK government said it may only reduce people's symptoms and be partially effective as they stress the need for...

    Vaccination, Stress
  • Care home residents and staff 'will be first to get a Covid-19 vaccine' By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    CARE HOME RESIDENTS AND STAFF 'WILL BE FIRST TO GET A COVID-19 VACCINE'

    Britons with underlying health conditions were previously told they'd be near front of the queue for a Covid-19 vaccine. But millions...

    Vaccination
  • Is Britain's coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    IS BRITAIN'S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK TAKING OFF AGAIN? INFECTIONS ARE UP 48% IN A WEEK

    EXCLUSIVE: Today saw another 6,874 Covid-19 cases recorded, meaning the seven-day rolling average is 54 per cent higher than it was...

  • Only 100 US kids have died of COVID-19 and children are half as vulnerable as adults By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    ONLY 100 US KIDS HAVE DIED OF COVID-19 AND CHILDREN ARE HALF AS VULNERABLE AS ADULTS

    Researchers at the UK's Institute of Child Health found that the odds ratio of a child being infected after coming into contact with...

    Child
  • Half of Britons with tell-tale Covid-19 symptoms may NOT have the disease, study suggests By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    HALF OF BRITONS WITH TELL-TALE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS MAY NOT HAVE THE DISEASE, STUDY SUGGESTS

    Researchers at Public Health England looked at almost 1,000 key workers who complained of Covid-19 symptoms in June. Of those, 49 per...

  • Are London's Covid-19 hotspots linked by the UNDERGROUND? By Daily Mail   -   Sep 25, 2020

    ARE LONDON'S COVID-19 HOTSPOTS LINKED BY THE UNDERGROUND?

    Coronavirus cases are spreading across the capital, but appear to be centred along the 11 tubelines - used by some two million people...

  • Fewer than ONE PERCENT of US students and teachers have caught coronavirus By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    FEWER THAN ONE PERCENT OF US STUDENTS AND TEACHERS HAVE CAUGHT CORONAVIRUS

    Early data from Brown University's tracking of hundreds of schools across the US suggests that coronavirus risks are relatively low...

  • Vaccinations for children from low-income families have plunged by more than 20% By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    VACCINATIONS FOR CHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME FAMILIES HAVE PLUNGED BY MORE THAN 20%

    Between March and May 2020, 1.7 million fewer vaccinations for children up to age two were administered, a 22% decline, new data from...

    Vaccination
  • Americans who don't speak English nearly FIVE TIMES more likely to test positive for coronavirus By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    AMERICANS WHO DON'T SPEAK ENGLISH NEARLY FIVE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO TEST POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS

    A new study from the University of Washington School of Medicine found patients who didn't speak English were 4.6 times more likely...

  • Coronavirus London: Lockdown fears as hospital admissions triple By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS LONDON: LOCKDOWN FEARS AS HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS TRIPLE

    During a private briefing this week, Kevin Fenton, director of Public Health England in London, told Sadiq Khan that all signs indicated...

    Hospital
  • US trial of Oxford University's Covid-19 vaccine STILL on hold waiting on FDA decision By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    US TRIAL OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY'S COVID-19 VACCINE STILL ON HOLD WAITING ON FDA DECISION

    Doctors restarted the trials in the UK on Saturday, September 12, five days after a side effect was investigated. But regulators in...

    Vaccination
  • Number 10 was briefed by Sweden's controversial anti-lockdown epidemiologist Anders Tegnell By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    NUMBER 10 WAS BRIEFED BY SWEDEN'S CONTROVERSIAL ANTI-LOCKDOWN EPIDEMIOLOGIST ANDERS TEGNELL

    The Prime Minister and his Chancellor Rishi Sunak reportedly received a briefing from the expert, and from Oxford University's Professor...

  • 10,000 unexpected deaths have occurred in private homes since mid-June despite Covid-19 slump By Daily Mail   -   Sep 24, 2020

    10,000 UNEXPECTED DEATHS HAVE OCCURRED IN PRIVATE HOMES SINCE MID-JUNE DESPITE COVID-19 SLUMP

    Seven-hundred 'excess deaths' in private homes have been registered each week in England and Wales alone since the pandemic began to...