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Carers of adults with intellectual disability report higher rates of lockdown mental health problems – News-Medical.Net

Family carers for children and adults with intellectual disabilities have reported rates of mental health problems under lockdown that are up to 10 times higher than parents without those responsibilities, a new study has found.

Coronavirus: UK hits record high daily virus cases of COVID-19 as second wave sweeps through – PerthNow

The UK government says a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases — sparking its biggest ever day of new daily cases — is due to increased levels of testing.

Home-based pediatric teleneuropsychology evaluations shown to be effective – News-Medical.Net

Administering neuropsychology evaluations to children online in the comfort of their own homes is feasible and delivers results comparable to tests traditionally performed in a clinic, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers and Children's Health indic…

EU warns COVID-19 epidemic worsening, as restrictions ramp up – CNA

The European Union raised the alarm on Thursday over the coronavirus pandemic, saying it is worse now than at the March peak in several member countries, as governments in Europe and beyond reimpose drastic measures.

UK may take part in COVID-19 vaccine ‘challenge studies’ – 9News

Scientists planning a challenge study would first have to grow a strain of the new virus in a high-security lab.

IBM, Alphabet and well-funded startups in the race for quantum supremacy – IT Brief New Zealand

It may not come as a surprise that quantum computing one day replaces artificial intelligence as the mainstream technology to help industries tackle problems they never would have attempted to solve before.

5 skincare benefits of vitamin C: How it can help reduce signs of ageing, heal skin, and more – Business Insider Australia

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can benefit all skin types and is one of the best vitamins for your skin. It has numerous benefits, including helping with anti-ageing and reversing some of the damage done to your skin by radiation from the sun.

The best ingredients for fighting acne, according to dermatologists – Business Insider Australia

Acne is extremely common in the United States, affecting around 50 million Americans every year. Acne can be stubborn and hard to get rid of, but there are many treatments available, both over the counter and via prescription, that can help you get clear skin.

Covid-19: Second cluster has potential to be very serious – Professor Skegg – RNZ

There should be concern about the latest, small Covid-19 cluster say an epidemiologist and a Covid-19 modeller.

Lab develops long range fever detector – Tech Xplore

A federal research facility in Crane, Indiana, has developed a temperature scanning sensor system and software to help contain the coronavirus.

Vaping and e-cigarette study hopes to uncover any effects on lung health or exercise ability – ABC News

The impact e-cigarettes have on the 200,00 Australians who use them has long baffled researchers. But a new Queensland study hopes to uncover the effect vaping has on people's lung health and exercise capacity.

UK hits record high daily virus cases – The West Australian

The UK government says a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases is due to increased levels of testing.
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