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Covid: Remdesivir ‘has little or no effect’ on survival, says WHO

Anti-viral drug remdesivir has little to no effect on Covid patients' chances of survival, a study from the World Health Organization (WHO) has found. The...

Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine trial paused due to ill volunteer

Johnson & Johnson has paused its Covid vaccine trial to investigate why one participant in the study fell ill. The company said an independent review...

Covid: Brazil’s coronavirus cases pass five million

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Brazil have passed five million, with deaths in the country approaching 150,000, officials say. Brazil's health ministry reported 31,553 new...

Coronavirus: Europe experiencing ‘pandemic fatigue’

Covid is taking an emotional toll across Europe with rising levels of apathy among some populations, the World Health Organization is a warning. Survey data reveals...

Covid: What is the risk to Donald Trump’s health?

Donald Trump has clear risk factors - including his age, weight and being male - that all raise the chances of a severe coronavirus...

Berlin patient: First person cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, dies

The first person cured of HIV - Timothy Ray Brown - has died from cancer. Mr Brown, who was also known as "the Berlin patient",...

Hospitalizations dip below 700 as LA County reports weekend dip in coronavirus numbers

Los Angeles County reported 815 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional deaths on Sunday, Sept. 27, bringing the county’s totals to 267,801 cases...

Man dies from eating more than a bag of liquorice a day

A construction worker in the US state of Massachusetts was killed by his liquorice habit, doctors say. The man, who has not been named but...
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