A study on New York City neighbourhoods found that "neighbourhood disadvantage", a mix of inequality measurements, is connected to a higher rate of COVID-19 cases.
The UK Government will make COVID vaccination mandatory for care home workers, with the possibility that NHS workers will also be required to get the jab.
A Scottish study, published in The Lancet, found the Delta variant was twice as likely as the Alpha variant to cause COVID hospitalisation.
Here, we interview Alex Wilson, Co-founder of specialist reagent company PCR Biosystems, discussing how their expertise in enzyme development and large-scale production has been successfully applied to COVID-19 testing solutions around the world.
North Tees & Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust (NTHFT) partners with ReStart to deliver integration into the Great North Care Record.
Dr Marina Ezcurra, Lecturer in the Biology of Ageing at the University of Kent, stresses the importance of innovative research focussed on understanding the fundamental processes underlying ageing.
A new study by The University of Manchester found that 37% of GPs intended to quit direct patient care, even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Imogen Keane, Business Development Manager at Service Robotics Ltd, explores how the remote care revolution is helping to address loneliness for the most vulnerable in our communities.
After months of COVID, the psychological impact on staff emerges as a shadow pandemic - today (8 June), a Health Select Committee report finds that NHS "burnout is widespread reality".
Scientists have found that neurological symptoms, like fatigue, are more common in people with mild COVID cases - as opposed to only in severe COVID cases.
Dr Hanna Kinsella, Owner and Principal Dentist of Kiln Lane Dental, argues that good oral health is crucial for our overall health and wellbeing.
A study by Swansea University, Cardiff University, and the NHS in Wales found that COVID lockdown stressors like social isolation, domestic abuse, and financial issues were clearly linked to suicidal feelings and actions.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has concluded that the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is safe to use in 12-15-year-olds.
Named after a freedom fighter who spoke up for science and tech, a group of African and international research funders under the OR Tambo Africa Research Chairs Initiative announced Prof Gerald Misinzo and his institution Sokoine University of Agriculture as one of the initiative’s first ten individual research chair holders and host institutions.
Graham Mimms, Hygiene Aviation Expert and co-founder of Safe Surface Sensor, explains why the only way to stop a future health crisis is to ensure we have strict hygiene policies in place.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has given emergency approval to the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine - because there is ongoing "access inequity" for countries in the Global South.
The WHO has renamed COVID variants of concern, as they believe that the scientific names can be "difficult" to use - leading to both misreporting and potential discrimination against countries of origin.
Kate Edwards, Director at Intelligent Infection Control Services Limited, LumiBio, underlines the importance of creating safe environments for the patient, clinician & support worker in the NHS.
According to a new study, led by the University of Pennsylvania, specially trained detection dogs can sniff out positive COVID-19 samples with 96% accuracy.
Adapting their existing digital framework, SymlConnect address the severe outpatient waiting list backlog created by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, to enable secure patient-clinician remote communication.