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Virus surge persists in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia

Serbia is set to launch partial COVID-19 passes while Croatia and Slovenia reported high daily rates of infections as countries…

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Covid: More than half of double-vaccinated blood cancer patients not effectively protected

Professor Charles Swanton, chief clinician at Cancer Research UK, said: “These results add to a growing body of evidence confirming…

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Stroke signs: The change in your walk you should not ignore – ‘take quick action’

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures and bleeds, or when there’s a blockage in the…

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Disruptions to schooling fall hardest on vulnerable students

Even as schools have returned in full swing across the country, complications wrought by the pandemic persist, often falling hardest…

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Frenchman tied to far-right abduction charged with terrorism

A former politician who called for the overthrow of the French government has been charged with terrorism in connection with…

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Vitamin D deficiency: The sign on your head which could be ‘an early sign’

Dietary vitamin D is available in foods such as oily fish, cod liver oil, red meat, fortified cereals, fortified spreads…

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Russian COVID spike persists, setting new death record

Russia is reporting a record high number of coronavirus infections and COVID-19 deaths as the country approaches a week of…

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Pancreatic cancer symptoms: Two signs on your skin of the ‘silent killer’

The pancreas produces digestive juices and insulin, as well as other hormones to do with digestion. The symptoms will vary…

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High cholesterol signs around your eye – why you shouldn’t ignore this change in your skin

Millions of Britons have high cholesterol levels, with some estimates placing the number at a whopping 40 percent of the…

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Austrian chancellor threatens lockdown for unvaccinated

Austria’s chancellor has warned that unvaccinated people could face new lockdown restrictions if coronavirus case numbers continue to rise ByThe…

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