James Acaster health: Comedian recalls his past anxiety battle – symptoms

Babylon Health: Tips for coping with anxiety and mental health James Acaster seemingly pops up everywhere on the comedy circuit at the moment. He routinely appears on hit panel shows, including Mock the Week, Taskmaster, 8 out of 10 Cats, and Would I Lie to You?. He also won the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award for Most Outstanding Show in […]

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Robbie Williams health: ‘Close to death’ The abnormalities found on the singer’s brain

Dr Hilary Jones warns of 'brain fog' coronavirus symptom Robbie claimed he has come close to death “so many times” and compared his rollercoaster health woes to George Michael who sadly passed away on Christmas Day four years ago. Robbie admitted: “Fortunately and unfortunately, left to my own devices, I’m inclined to sabotage everything. “I’ve got a disease that wants […]

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Covid vaccine: Dr Hilary shares Oxford vaccine side effects – ‘headache and fatigue’

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The Oxford coronavirus vaccine is the latest hopeful candidate in the race to inoculate the globe against COVID-19. Results from phase two trials show that the vaccine triggers a strong immune response. Crucially, the effect is observed […]

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Coronavirus vaccine update: It could be rolled out by March says WHO senior adviser

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. A breakthrough vaccine has today ignited hopes of a way out of the current pandemic engulfing in the world. The coronavirus vaccine being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech has been found to be 90 percent effective in […]

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A COVID-19 vaccine may come without a needle, the latest vaccine to protect without jabbing

Vaccines are traditionally administered with a needle, but this isn’t the only way. For example, certain vaccines can be delivered orally, as a drop on the tongue, or via a jet-like device. Vaccines that appear particularly suitable to needle-free technology are DNA-based ones, including a COVID-19 vaccine being developed in Australia. Needle-free vaccines are attractive as they cause less pain […]

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Coronavirus symptoms update: Five unusual warning signs

Britain is at a “tipping point” in its battle with COVID-19, according to health secretary Matt Hancock. This comes as England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has warned the rate of COVID-19 infections in the UK is “heading in the wrong direction”. With the prospect of a second national lockdown becoming more likely with every passing day, it is […]

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New York opens traffic-clogged streets to people during pandemic, the city’s latest redesign in times of dramatic change

On some normally congested New York City streets, cars are gone, replaced by diners tentatively returning to restaurants—though only outside—after months of lockdown. On June 22, the city entered phase two of reopening after its severe coronavirus outbreak, allowing many businesses to resume operations with restrictions. Permitting restaurants to spread into streets is one of several pandemic-induced initiatives designed to […]

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Kawasaki disease: Rise in coronavirus-linked disease in children is ‘tip of iceberg’

Kawasaki disease is a condition that mainly affects children under the age of five. Kawasaki disease causes the blood vessels to become inflamed and swollen, which can lead to complications in the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart (coronary arteries). If the condition goes untreated, it may prove fatal. READ MORE Coronavirus symptoms: Coronavirus-related illness found in children […]

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