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Long Covid is associated with more than 200 symptoms ranging from fatigue and aching joints to brain and heart conditions, a major new study has found. In the largest international study to date on the long-term impact of coronavirus, researchers led by a team at University College London spoke to...
ETHNIC minorities’ higher risk of dying from Covid-19 is linked to where they live and the jobs they do, rather than their health, figures for England and Wales suggest. The Office for National Statistics analysis found all ethnic minority groups, other than Chinese, are more likely to die than white people....
Sadiq Khan has warned tougher lockdown measures in London are ‘inevitable’ after Richmond-upon-Thames became the capital’s new Covid-19 hotspot. The London Mayor said any new restrictions would be imposed city-wide rather than borough-by-borough because ‘it’s the most effective way to reduce the spread of this virus’. Mr Khan said his best guess was that...
Coronavirus has caused three times more deaths than pneumonia and flu combined in the first eight months of this year, new figures show. There were 48,168 deaths due to Covid-19, 13,619 due to pneumonia and 394 deaths due to influenza in England and Wales between January and August, according to...
PHYSIOTHERAPY can be just as effective as invasive surgery for fixing one of the most common shoulder injuries, British surgeons have found. Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, affects about one in ten Britons, mostly those over 40, and is twice as likely in those with type 2 diabetes. The problem...
NHS worker and a successful graduate student Rasiha Adem, spoke with Londra Gazete on the importance of the flu jab this winter as the fight against coronavirus continues. Rasiha who continues her master’s education at the University of Roehampton evaluated Britain’s fight against coronavirus and urged people to get the...
13 students from teenage pupils have been taken to hospital after an ‘incident’ at a school in north London. A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Police were called by London Ambulance Service at around 1145hrs on Monday, 5 October, to reports of children feeling unwell having eaten what they believed to...
PEOPLE are being advised to get a flu jab to help protect against the “double danger” of flu and coronavirus. Research shows people can catch both diseases at the same time, with serious and sometimes deadly consequences. More people will be offered a free flu vaccine this year – anyone over...
A scientific study, published in a respected medical journal, has found that the yellow spice may be an effective painkiller for arthritis. A randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical trial concluded that the extract of turmeric was more effective than a ‘dummy’ placebo treatment at reducing knee pain. Turmeric, which is widely...
MATT Hancock has admitted there are “challenges” with the coronavirus testing system following a “sharp rise” in demand. Speaking in the House of Commons on today, Mr Hancock said the government was “working hard” to fix issues with COVID-19 testing availability but admitted it could take a “matter of weeks”....
Scientists have reported the world’s first case of a human being reinfected with coronavirus in a discovery that could have significant implications for the development of vaccines and hopes of natural immunity against the virus. Researchers at Hong Kong University’s department of microbiology said genetic sequencing of the virus showed a Hong Kong man...
Turning a 12-minute stroll into a seven-minute power walk every day decreases the chance of early death by around 30 per cent, a study has found. Experts led from Cambridge used fitness tracker data to show that, when it comes to longevity, it’s not how much exercise you get but...
More than 100,000 people have signed up to take part in future NHS trials of a coronavirus vaccine – but more volunteers are needed, researchers say. They want as many people as possible to enrol, to speed up their efforts to find a safe and effective jab. And they are...
EMERGENCY calls to London Ambulance Service have soared by almost 30 per cent amid the heatwave it emerged today, as thunderstorms were forecast to bring the sunny weather to a close. The Met Office has issued a yellow storm warning for all of England and the eastern half of Scotland,...
PATIENTS suffering heart attacks during the coronavirus lockdown stayed away from hospitals with some dying as a result, a new study has found. In an analysis of more than 50,000 patients who suffered heart attacks and were treated in 99 NHS hospitals in England both before and after lockdown, researchers...
BRUSHING your teeth regularly could cut your risk of developing cancer of the mouth or stomach, according to a study. Scientists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health tracked thousands of people for more than 20 years to uncover the link. They found people with a history of gum...
Over 2.2 million people who have been self-isolating in England during the pandemic will no longer need to shield from 1 August. Extremely vulnerable people who are most at risk from becoming ill from coronavirus will no longer need to shield in England. Meaning they can return to work, if...
From the 23rd or 24th of April Muslims across the world have been celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. During the holiday, many Muslims will be fasting during daylight hours, only eating one meal (the ‘suhoor’ or ‘sehri’) just before dawn, and another (the ‘iftar’) after sunset. However this year...