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Breast screening girls of their 40s ‘may save lives’ – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption In the UK, women aged 50-70 are offered breast screening unless there is a high genetic risk Screening women for breast cancer from their 40s rather than their 50s could save lives without adding to the diagnosis of harmless cancers, a UK study has found.The research was based on…

Coronavirus: Vaping teenagers and younger adults as much as seven occasions extra more likely to contract COVID-19, research finds – Sky News

Teenagers and young adults who vape may be up to seven times more likely to catch coronavirus, a study has found.Researchers, who surveyed 4,351 Americans aged 13-24 years in May, found those who had used both e-cigarettes and cigarettes were seven times more likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Those who had used both cigarettes…

Lose a Stone in 21 Days overview – a weight loss plan present that is laborious to abdomen – The Guardian

There are two main problems with the new Channel 4 series Lose a Stone in 21 Days, presented by Michael Mosley. The first is that it is incredibly boring. I have lost count of the dietary programmes …

Coronavirus cluster linked to Glasgow highschool as hundreds of scholars return to school rooms – The Independent

A cluster of coronavirus cases in Glasgow has been linked to a high school, NHS officials have said, as thousands of students returned to Scotland’s classrooms. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said eight new positive cases identified included pupils from Bannerman High School in the suburb of Baillieston. A statement from the health board said…

Oldham now has highest Covid-19 an infection fee in nation – Manchester Evening News

Oldham now has the highest Covid-19 infection rate in the country, overtaking Pendle. The town is now recording more daily coronavirus cases than at the height of the pandemic in April. There were 258 cases in the week ending August 8 and 248 cases in the week ending August 9, according to the latest data…

Coronavirus: England dying depend evaluate reduces UK toll by 5,000 – BBC News

Image copyright Suhail Patel A review of how deaths from coronavirus are counted in England has reduced the UK death toll by more than 5,000, to 41,329, the government has announced.The recalculation is based on a new definition of who has died from Covid.Previously, people in England who died at any point following a positive…

UK official coronavirus dying toll drops by 5,000 after Matt Hancock’s pressing overview over ‘extra deaths’ – The Sun

THE UK's official coronavirus death toll today dropped by more than 5,000 after a shake-up of how cases are recorded. Only coronavirus deaths that happen within 28 days of a positive test will now be counted - with the true toll cut by 5,377.  ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates…

Care dwelling residents ‘dropping will to stay’ amid Covid restrictions in England – The Guardian

Many English care home residents feel as if they are in prison amid seemingly endless coronavirus restrictions on their activities and visitors, with a number losing the will to live, a committee of …

Long Covid: What is it, what are the signs and what assistance is there? | ITV News – ITV News

Words by ITV News Multimedia Producer Suzanne ElliottUntil recently, the Covid-19 narrative was a binary one: it either kills you or it affects you like a bad bout of flu and you'll get over with a bit of rest. But as the world enters its eighth month living alongside this disease, it is becoming apparent that it…

Coronavirus in Europe: Infections surge in Germany and Spain – BBC News

Image copyright EPA Image caption Germany has recorded its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases in more than three months Germany has recorded its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases in more than three months, as countries across the region struggle to contain a surge in infections.The latest official figures showed a rise of more…
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England nice Lawrence Dallaglio irked by All Blacks’ unwillingness to journey – Stuff.co.nz

Shaun Botterill/Getty ImagesFormer England player Lawrence Dallaglio thinks the All Blacks should travel to the north in November.England rugby great Lawrence Dallaglio has teed off on the All Blacks for their unwillingness to travel to the northern hemisphere to play tests this year. The 2003 World Cup winner also lined up Australia and South Africa,…
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New Socially Distanced Music Venue in UK Hosts First Concert – Consequence of Sound

The UK’s new “socially distanced” outdoor music venue, the Virgin Money Unity Arena, hosted its first official concert on Tuesday night. Sam Fender played to a sold-out crowd in Newcastle, all of whom appeared to abide by the rules and regulations of the space. Watch footage from the show below. In total, there were 2,500 attendees…

Nick Cave: ‘cancel tradition is unhealthy faith run amuck’ – The Guardian

Political correctness has an asphyxiating effect on the creative soul of a society, according to Nick Cave, who has criticised cancel culture in his latest newsletter where he calls it bad religion r…

Lyft joins Uber in threatening to tug out of California over driver standing – The Verge

Lyft said it would shut down operations in California if forced to classify drivers as employees, the company’s executives said in an earnings call with investors on Wednesday. Lyft joins Uber in threatening to pull out of one of its most important US markets over the question of drivers’ employment status. At issue is the…

Shark thriller: Monster that devoured 9ft nice white uncovered after ‘super-predator’ hunt – Daily Express

Researchers had tagged the healthy nine-foot great white to track its movements as part of a study but were shocked when the "black box" washed up on a beach in Australia four months later. Data captured on the device showed there was a rapid temperature rise from 7.6C to 25.5C along with a sudden, sharp 1,902-foot…