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disease Tag Archive

How are viruses and diseases classified, and what does this mean?

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An early misconception with COVID-19  was that it was just ‘like the flu’ virus. The symptoms are alike but as we now know the diseases are completely...

Data inundation: is it useful to compare countries?

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Grace Dean discusses why we shouldn't always take statistics at face value, especially when comparing global COVID-19 rates....

Student sets up map to monitor Covid-19 in Nigeria

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Benjamin Pam has created the thermal imaging map to show the concentration of cases within Nigerian states....

Three new cases of Ebola confirmed in DRC

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54 days since the last confirmed case was reported, three new cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have been announced....

The coronavirus declared a pandemic by the WHO

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Amanda Goh reports on the latest about the global outbreak...

COVID-19: Durham suspends classroom-based teaching

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All classroom-based teaching at Durham University will be cancelled next week following the continued outbreak of the Coronavirus. The University will remain open but staff have...

Liver cancer deaths on the rise

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Editor Grace Dean tells us of the rising burden of liver cancer across the UK, prompting a bigger investigation into the causes...

The Time warp of Vaccinations

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How one paper has contributed to the re-emergence of nearly eradicated diseases. ...

Are we headed towards a post-antibiotic era?

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Are our ''magic bullets' against infections about to become obsolete? ...

How will climate change affect human health?

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Grace Dean gives us a stark warning the world cannot ignore....