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The study found that Covid death rates increased dramatically in some age groups in February, rising most from 0.04 per cent to 0.13 per cent in people in their 20s (yellow) and from 0.43 to 0.9 per cent in people in their 40s (green)

Covid Brazil: Death rate TRIPLED among people in their 20s in February

Brazil's coronavirus death rate tripled among people in their 20s in February as the country's dangerous new variant took over, a study has found.Researchers investigated the ratio of Covid cases...
Dr Robert Califf, a former FDA commissioner, predicted in an American Heart Association journal article that the U.S. will see a surge in chronic illnesses like heart disease - which was already on the rise - in the years following the pandemic (file) sure

Former FDA chief warns of a ‘coming tsunami of death’ from chronic diseases

A 'tsunami of deaths' is about to crash over the U.S. in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and already-rising rates of chronic disease among Americans, a former Food and...
The risk of dying from Covid-19 is significantly higher than the rate of CSVT blood clots, which haven

AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine ‘may not be suitable for young people’, Prof Lockdown says

Britain's vaccine regulator could stop younger people from having AstraZeneca's coronavirus jab as soon as today over concerns about rare cases of blood clots.The UK's MHRA announced on Friday it has seen...
Nicky Byers, 12, from Kentucky in the United States is receiving the Modena Covid-19 jab as part of a clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of vaccinating children to reduce the level of infection in the community

Should toddlers be vaccinated against Covid-19?

In just over a week, millions of Britons will be dining at restaurants, returning to exercise classes and, at long last, getting a haircut. This easing of lockdown rules is a...
Helen Leaford, pictured left with her daughter Sarah, was forced to borrow £300 from friends to see a private doctor after her own GP refused to see her face-to-face

Why are GPs still refusing to see patients face-to-face

Pinned to the entrance of a GP surgery on a leafy residential road in suburban Sidcup, Kent is a handwritten note, attached to the inside glass.‘Please do not punch or...

Hay fever: Expert eye care specialist on how to calm red, itchy and watery...

HAY FEVER sufferers are all too aware how spring can be the beginning to sore, inflamed, itchy and watery eyes. Nearly 18 million people in the UK each year have...
Infectious disease specialists tell DailyMail.com that side effects from coronavirus vaccines are normal and that reports of severe reactions are rare. Pictured: Jeff Klingberg gets a COVID-19 vaccine in Batavia, Illinois, March 19

Doctors explain the reactions after receiving Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson shots

Millions of Americans are currently receiving coronavirus vaccinations as the U.S. works to restore some sense of normalcy from the pandemicAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),...
Average daily coronavirus infections are up by 12 percent compared to last week, rising to more than 67,000 new cases every 24 hours

Biden’s Covid chief says states reopening are ‘playing with fire’

U.S. governors are 'playing with fire' if they reopen their states too soon, warned President Biden's senior coronavirus adviser Andy Slavitt on Tuesday. Average daily coronavirus infections are up by 12...

UK vaccine timeline: When the new jabs are expected to arrive – Moderna, J&J...

THE UK vaccine programme is currently one of the most effective worldwide, with 57 percent of British adults having now had their first dose. When are the new jabs expected...

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