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Severe asthma attacks risk doubled following COVID-19 restrictions lift

Adults suffering from asthma had approximately doubled risk of a severe asthma attack after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted in the UK.
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Have researchers found a new biomarker for COVID-19?

A new biomarker for COVID-19? Researchers discover increased levels of the cytokine IL-26 in blood of acute patients.
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G20 Summit: World Bank must invest in animal health with new fund

Organisations call on World Bank to end ‘chronic underinvestment’ in animal health using new fund launched at this year's G20 Summit.
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The EU’s role in global cooperation for public health

The Covid-19 pandemic and emerging threats such as Monkeypox have demonstrated the need for global cooperation on public health.
Open Access Government October 2022

Open Access Government October 2022

We welcome our October 2022 digital publication - this autumn we are bringing you extensive policy analysis, including health & social care, research & innovation, digital transformation, transport, finance, government, environment, agriculture, energy and much more Links to some of our high-profile editorial contributions can be found below: Developing Canadian leadership...
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Plastic pollution and how COVID-19 contributed to the problem

Plastic pollution has been an issue since the 1960s, but when mask-wearing, single-use plastics and hand sanitiser bottles became the norm, things only got worse.
Tired female employee suffer from headache at workplace with long covid brain fog

Cracking the cognitive effects of Long COVID

CEO of ViewMind Inc, Mark Edwards, discusses the cognitive effects of Long COVID, aiming to understand the science behind brain fog and other COVID symptoms.

How the pandemic was the catalyst for geospatial innovation

Geospatial technology, or geographic information systems (GIS), has become an essential instrument in multiple areas today: agriculture and aviation, construction and commerce, climate research and law enforcement—the list could go on.

Looking ahead: What has the pandemic taught us about online access?

Mike Taylor, Senior Accessibility Analyst, Comms and Training Manager at Digital Accessibility Centre, discusses online access and its benefits since COVID.
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Been infected with Omicron? You probably didn’t even notice

Most people infected with Omicron probably didn't know that they had the virus as it is largely asymptomatic, says new study.
Bottles of Remdesivir, an antiviral drug that is used for the treatment of COVID-19

Study reveals new COVID treatments, therapies and drug combinations

Researchers have found new COVID treatments and therapies that could better protect against future variants and outbreaks.
Sunset over Saint Joan Letni chapel near Pchelina dam, Bulgaria

Nikolina Angelkova discusses the uncapped tourism potential in Bulgaria

Nikolina Angelkova, former Tourism Minister for Bulgaria, speaks with Open Access Government about Bulgaria and Southeastern Europe's uncapped tourism potential.
Dog meat at wet market in Wuhan

COVID-19 originated at Wuhan wet market via raccoon dogs and foxes

3 years later, after COVID-19 has claimed 6.4 million lives, research indicates that COVID-19 originated at the Wuhan wet market.
ALACI22 Immunology in Latin America and the Caribbean and the IUIS Global Meeting

ALACI22 Immunology in Latin America and the Caribbean and the IUIS Global Meeting

Sharing information on Immunology is essential for success in battling disease in the global population.

COVID-19 symptoms are changing with new variants

A sore throat and hoarse voice were the main COVID-19 symptoms with newer variants – but have symptoms changed as variants get smarter?
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Is a sore throat the most accurate indicator of COVID?

COVID-19 is considered "too clever" - it is constantly evolving and mutating and resisting our immune defences.
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Number of UK COVID deaths surpasses 200,000

UK Covid deaths have passed 200,000 meaning Britain has one of the highest death tolls in Europe, with 2,689 deaths per million people.
North America Analysis July 2022

North America Analysis July 2022

We embrace Summer 2022 with our special July volume of North America Analysis, crammed with excellent editorial and prolific profile content.

The all-in-one vaccine for future COVID-19 threats

Using almost $30 million in funding, an all-in-one vaccine is being developed to bring new protection against a range of new and existing coronavirus variants.
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Omicron subvariants are better at eluding vaccines

The most recent omicron subvariants have caused new infection spikes across the United States, as researchers find they are better at eluding vaccines.

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