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Severe asthma attacks doubled after COVID restrictions lifted

Severe asthma attacks doubled after COVID restrictions lifted

New research by the Queen Mary University of London has found that adults with asthma experienced a doubled risk of a severe asthma attack...
COVID-19 virus can reactivate myalgic encephalomyelitis

COVID-19 virus can reactivate myalgic encephalomyelitis

According to researchers from Linköping University COVID-19 can reactivate viruses that had become latent in cells, particularly in people with myalgic encephalomyelitis. Severe, long-term fatigue,...
Preventing nervous system damage after COVID-19

Preventing nervous system damage after COVID-19 

Researchers from the University of Basel have identified new biomarkers that can prevent nervous system damage after exposure to COVID-19. Coronavirus does not infect nerve...

Lack of computer access linked to poor adolescent mental health during COVID 

University of Cambridge researchers have found that lack of computer access was linked to poorer young people and adolescent mental health during COVID-19 lockdowns.  The...
Revolutionary X-ray technology reveals long COVID and pulmonary fibrosis link 

Revolutionary X-ray technology reveals long COVID and pulmonary fibrosis link 

UCL researchers have co-developed new X-ray technology that identified a link between long COVID damage and pulmonary fibrosis.   A high-energy X-ray technique named Hierarchical Phase-Contrast...
Obesity in young people is one of the key causes of arterial fibrillation

COVID-19 vaccination does not affect nasopharyngeal cancer treatment 

The COVID-19 vaccine has been proven not to reduce the efficacy of nasopharyngeal cancer treatment, despite previous concerns.   Drugs that activate the immune system against tumours...
Psychological First Aid training can help healthcare workers’ wellbeing  

Psychological First Aid training can help healthcare workers’ wellbeing  

Northumbria University researchers found that Psychological First Aid training can help healthcare workers in care homes improve their wellbeing.  A new study has found that...
One in five patients missed out on rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis in COVID

One in five patients missed out on a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis during COVID

A new study by Kings College London has found that the number of patients receiving their rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis fell by 20% in the...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23, which features fascinating expert insights in the fields of infection control, future pandemic preparedness, antimicrobial resistance, women’s health,...
Regular exercise may improve the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine 

Regular exercise may improve the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine 

Regular exercise may boost the effectiveness of the COVID-19 jab, with the likelihood of serious infection increasing with a lack of physical activity carried...
The impact of infectious diseases on the ageing population

The impact of infectious diseases on the ageing population

Roz Bekker, Infectious Diseases & Vaccines, Janssen EMEA, discusses solutions for older adults and their needs when tackling infectious diseases. Older adults are an under-served...

Over 10 million people receive their COVID-19 booster 

New data from NHS England has revealed that over 10 million people have received their COVID-19 booster.  The NHS has recently welcomed more people to...
Anxiety disorders had no effect on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Anxiety disorders had no effect on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

A new study has found that individuals with anxiety disorders were no less hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Researchers from the University of Waterloo...
A healthy diet helped prevent anxiety and depression during COVID 

A healthy diet helped prevent anxiety and depression during COVID 

A new report has found that a healthy diet and avoiding the news led to reduced anxiety and depression during COVID.   In a report by...
Health policy officials urged to address post-pandemic social issues

Health policy officials urged to address post-pandemic social issues

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have urged the UK government to urgently tackle issues and inequalities bought on by the pandemic in...
Symptoms of COVID-19 are associated with poor mental health

Symptoms of COVID-19 are associated with poor mental health

A new study from King’s College London found that symptoms of COVID-19 are associated with worse mental health and lower life satisfaction. The study is...
Transforming the way we diagnose patients through medical diagnostics

Transforming the way we diagnose patients through medical diagnostics

Claire Wallace outlines how advancing the use of medical diagnostics could improve the detection of diseases and delivery of care, but says we must...
Understanding the neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19

Understanding the neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19

New research from King’s College London may have uncovered the reason why people experienced negative neurological symptoms after contracting COVID-19. During a recent study, researchers...
Diagnostics and antimicrobial therapyAMR

Diagnostics and antimicrobial therapy

Lorna Rothery spoke to Professor Till Bachmann, an expert in molecular diagnostics and Chair of the JPIAMR’s SAB, about how diagnostics can inform optimal...
Improving face masks with ViraCoat’s Neutrapodal™️ technology

Improving face masks with ViraCoat’s Neutrapodal™️ technology

UK-based company, ViraCoat, has developed a virucidal, antiviral, and antimicrobial coating that can be embedded into the material used to make face masks. UK-based company,...

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