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Wednesday, 2nd December, 2020
Study shows COVID-19 cases have fallen by 30% during second lockdown
A major study has shown results that suggest COVID-19 infections in England have fallen by 30% during the current lockdown. While cases are still... Read More
Charities urge ministers to consider extending boost to Universal Credit
Charities have urged ministers to extend the weekly uplift to universal credit that was introduced earlier this year to support struggling families... Read More
Oxford vaccine to begin new global trial
Critics have questioned the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine after claims their jab could offer protection against COVID-19 for 90% of... Read More
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Study shows COVID-19 cases have fallen by 30% during second lockdown
A major study has shown results that suggest COVID-19 infections in England have fallen by 30% during the current lockdown. While cases are still... Read More
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Charities urge ministers to consider extending boost to Universal Credit
Charities have urged ministers to extend the weekly uplift to universal credit that was introduced earlier this year to support struggling families... Read More
Oxford vaccine to begin new global trial
Critics have questioned the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine after claims their jab could offer protection against COVID-19 for 90% of... Read More
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Post-COVID lung damage “identified in study”
Researchers have found that some people suffer from lung damage more than three months after being infected with COVID-19. Unconventional scans were done on 10 participants at Oxford University. Xenon, a gas usually used in MRI scans, was used to detect lung damage and project images of the damage. Participants inhaled the gas during the scan to get accurate depictions of the state of their lungs by highlighting where air was not flowing with ease into their bloodstreams. The participants were between the ages of 19 and 69. Professor Fergus Gleeson led the study.The findings showed that eight of the participants showed chronic shortness of breath after they were infected. None of the participants had been admitted to intensive care;... Read More
Post-COVID lung damage “identified in study”
Researchers have found that some people suffer from lung damage more than three months after being infected with COVID-19. Unconventional scans were done on 10 participants at Oxford University. Xenon, a gas usually used in MRI scans, was used to detect lung damage and project images of the damage. Participants inhaled the gas during the scan to get accurate depictions of the state of their lungs by highlighting where air was not flowing with ease into their bloodstreams. The participants were between the ages of 19 and 69. Professor Fergus Gleeson led the study.The findings showed that eight of the participants showed chronic shortness of breath after they were infected. None of the participants had been admitted to intensive care;... Read More
Top 8 home insurance myths
The right home insurance can be a lifesaver if things go wrong. But there are quite a few home insurance myths that could make you pick the wrong... Read More
5 questions to answer when writing your will
You should take some time to write your will. Having a will can give you peace of mind and help your loved ones deal with inevitable paperwork after... Read More
Charities urge ministers to consider extending boost to Universal Credit
Charities have urged ministers to extend the weekly uplift to universal credit that was introduced earlier this year to support struggling families... Read More
Top 8 home insurance myths
The right home insurance can be a lifesaver if things go wrong. But there are quite a few home insurance myths that could make you pick the wrong... Read More
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Charities urge ministers to consider extending boost to Universal Credit
Charities have urged ministers to extend the weekly uplift to universal credit that was introduced earlier this year to support struggling families... Read More
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Top Spotify playlists for working from home
Working from home (WFH) is thoroughly on the agenda and is likely to become more and more common.Studies suggest that as much as 50% of the UK population are working from home currently and that this could rise beyond... Read More
Top Spotify playlists for working from home
Working from home (WFH) is thoroughly on the agenda and is likely to become more and more common.Studies suggest that as much as 50% of the UK population are working from home currently and that this could rise beyond... Read More
5 tasty work from home lunches
Working from home is the best! It's comfy, you get to catch up on cleaning, there’s no commute,... Read More
5 tasty work from home lunches
Working from home is the best! It's comfy, you get to catch up on cleaning, there’s no commute, and, best of all, you can go the extra mile at... Read More
How can technology can make you happier?
Happiness is sunshine, beaches, mountains, good food… Or is it? What makes us happy isn’t always what you might think. Demonised as your phone,... Read More
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How can technology can make you happier?
Happiness is sunshine, beaches, mountains, good... Read More
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Post-COVID lung damage “identified in study”
Researchers have found that some people suffer from lung damage more than three months after being infected with COVID-19.  Unconventional scans... Read More
Post-COVID lung damage “identified in study”
Researchers have found that some people suffer from lung damage more than three months after being infected with COVID-19.  Unconventional scans... Read More
A major study has shown results that suggest COVID-19 infections in England have fallen by 30% during the current lockdown. While cases are still... Read More
With the evenings getting darker and shop shelves looking festive, it seems Christmas is just around the corner again. Christmas in 2020 will look a... Read More
Critics have questioned the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine after claims their jab could offer protection against COVID-19 for 90% of... Read More
Corns can be a pain. Quite literally. But why do you get them in the first place, how do they differ from calluses, and how do you get rid of them?... Read More
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