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Cancer patients benefit from using automated device to manage their symptoms

Cancer patients benefit from using automated device to manage their symptoms

Increased socializing may have jeopardized lockdown benefit in England

Increased socializing may have jeopardized lockdown benefit in England

UEA study offers recommendations to reduce Covid-19 transmission in universities

UEA study offers recommendations to reduce Covid-19 transmission in universities

Study: Over 142 million people aged 60 years are unable to meet their basic daily needs

Study: Over 142 million people aged 60 years are unable to meet their basic daily needs

Alzheimer Europe launches two new publications on intercultural dementia care and support

Alzheimer Europe launches two new publications on intercultural dementia care and support

SLS and Eppendorf to supply ultra-low temperature freezers for UK COVID-19 vaccines

SLS and Eppendorf to supply ultra-low temperature freezers for UK COVID-19 vaccines

'Community connectors' can help reduce loneliness and social isolation

'Community connectors' can help reduce loneliness and social isolation

Review highlights huge inconsistencies in palliative care provision across the globe

Review highlights huge inconsistencies in palliative care provision across the globe

World’s largest proteomics centre accelerates biomarker discoveries to improve people’s lives

World’s largest proteomics centre accelerates biomarker discoveries to improve people’s lives

Female footballers could be at greater risk of developing dementia than male players

Female footballers could be at greater risk of developing dementia than male players

People with learning disabilities are more likely to die from coronavirus

People with learning disabilities are more likely to die from coronavirus

Sanger Institute and COG-UK get £12.2M funding to build genomic surveillance system for COVID-19

Sanger Institute and COG-UK get £12.2M funding to build genomic surveillance system for COVID-19

Study: 68% of people believe they should ‘reach out’ to carers during coronavirus second wave

Study: 68% of people believe they should ‘reach out’ to carers during coronavirus second wave

New £2 million project to improve lives of dementia carers in the UK

New £2 million project to improve lives of dementia carers in the UK

National study reveals incidents of avoidable harm in primary care

National study reveals incidents of avoidable harm in primary care

New study highlights the burden of post-COVID fatigue

New study highlights the burden of post-COVID fatigue

Re-thinking advance care planning during COVID-19 pandemic

Re-thinking advance care planning during COVID-19 pandemic

Study: Patients' abilities to see preferred GP have fallen greater in English practices

Study: Patients' abilities to see preferred GP have fallen greater in English practices

Survey: Emergency care doctors need more support to recover from work pressures between shifts

Survey: Emergency care doctors need more support to recover from work pressures between shifts

WHO welcomes SHINE trial results on shorter treatment for drug-susceptible TB in children

WHO welcomes SHINE trial results on shorter treatment for drug-susceptible TB in children