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People with rare autoimmune diseases at increased risk of dying during COVID-19 pandemic – Science Daily

A new study has shown that people with rare autoimmune rheumatic diseases are at a greater risk of dying at a younger age during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WHO’s Tedros says pandemic far from over – Yahoo News Australia

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the coronavirus pandemic still has a long way to run despite the progress that has been made on vaccines...

Even low-dose oral glucocorticoid use associated with increased CV risk – medwireNews

UK research has identified a “strong dose-dependent” association between oral glucocorticoid use and CVD risk among people with immune-mediated diseases, with an...

Kidney injury in diabetic ketoacidosis linked to brain injury – Medical Xpress

Researchers from a consortium of hospitals including Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have identified factors that make children with diabetic ketoacidosis...

Man’s Urine Turns Green In Unusual New Medical Case Study – IFLScience

A new medical case study tells the unusual story of a man whose pee turned a peculiar green color. After some investigation, his doctors concluded it was a

Study suggests patients receiving low dose steroid at increased risk of cardiovascular disease – Hindustan Times

While high doses of steroids are known to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, the impact of lower doses is unknown. A study suggests that even low doses...

Funding, climate and fear trouble Africa’s Covid vaccine plans – Modern Ghana

The struggle to get Covid vaccine to the world's population has often been likened to a race -- in which case, Africa finds itself hobbled by an array of financial,...

COVID-19 cases in England dropped during lockdown, survey finds – Reuters India

COVID-19 case numbers dropped in England during its second national lockdown, Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday.

‘Off switch’ during error-prone cell cycle phase may fix CRISPR problem – Phys.org

A group of researchers developed a promising fix to CRISPR-Cas9's problem with unwanted genetic changes using a method that allows them to turn off gene-editing...

New UK Government Covid testing site opens in Elgin – GOV.UK

The UK Government has opened a new walk-through coronavirus testing centre at Lossie Green Car Park in Elgin
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