60,000 Britons may have suffered 'Long Covid' for over THREE MONTHS

60,000 Britons may have suffered with ‘Long Covid’ for longer than THREE MONTHS – leaving some bedridden and others in wheelchairs Reports suggest 60,000 people have been ‘ill’ for more than three months Their ailments range from mild forms to being confined to a wheelchair Health Secretary Matt Hancock said is concerned about a ‘long covid’ illness that is ‘prevalent among […]

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Herd immunity may be closer than we thought due to flaw in studies

Coronavirus herd immunity may be closer than thought because ‘flawed’ antibody surveys that only test blood ‘dramatically underestimate’ how many people have had the disease, scientists claim Surveillance studies say just 7% of Britons and 17% of Londoners have had Covid But are only testing for antibodies in the blood, which signal worse illness  Antibodies in saliva could be better […]

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Botox injections may help lessen depression, study says

Wrinkles — and depression — be gone. Botox isn’t just used for smoothing signs of aging. The injection, which is derived from a bacterial toxin, also has a host of known medical uses including easing migraines, muscle spasms, excessive sweating and, according to a new study, potentially lessening depression. “For years, clinicians have observed that Botox injected for cosmetic reasons […]

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Daisy May Cooper 'will be high in demand' after lockdown thanks to social media

This Country legend Daisy May Cooper is set for a glistening career after lockdown, and it’s all thanks to her iconic social media presence. The actress has kept the world entertained throughout quarantine with her incredible TikTok videos, rollercoaster Sea Captain saga, and hilarious conversations with her daughter Pip (aka Buckbeak), posting on Instagram almost daily. Besides making us laugh […]

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Alzheimer's disease may be preventable by looking for 10 key warning signs – from weight gain to stress

ALZHEIMER'S disease may be preventable – by knowing the key warning signs, experts have claimed. Weight gain and stress may be key factors but swift action to tackle them could stop dementia later in life, according to new research. The study, published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry revealed the ten signs you need to watch out for. […]

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75% may develop 'silent' immunity

Three quarters of people who live with a coronavirus sufferer may develop ‘silent’ immunity not detected by antibody tests, study finds The number who have suffered Covid-19 may have been hugely underestimated Tests are looking for antibodies in blood rather than the body’s ‘memory’ T cells  6 out of 8 people living with Covid-19 sufferers tested negative for antibodies They […]

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