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VR helps parents visualise child's surgery

Click discovers how VR helps parents decide whether to go through with surgery for their child. Credit: Source link

Austria to go into full lockdown as Covid surges

But now in Bavaria, which borders Austria, state premier Markus Söder has gone further, declaring a "de facto lockdown for the unvaccinated". Bars...

Covid passes may be used to keep pubs open at Christmas

Mr Williams added: "The worst case scenario for us is we would have to introduce a way of checking the Covid passes, whether that...

Lives at risk from long 999 waits, say paramedics

Targets are missed across UK - with some heart attack and stroke victims waiting up to nine hours for help. Credit: Source link

Covid-resistant people inspire new vaccine tactic

Some people exposed to coronavirus didn't get ill. Now researchers want to use that in vaccines. Credit: Source link

Coronavirus births: 'My baby's first word was mask'

How the lingering effects of the pandemic are affecting the lives of new parents and young children. Credit: Source link

LGBT fertility policy: Influencers say guidelines place ‘unfair financial burden’ on them

A lesbian couple challenging NHS fertility policy where they live say current rules place an "unfair financial burden" on LGBTQ+ people.Megan and Whitney Bacon-Evans...

Covid in Scotland: 'Nursing shifts left me inconsolable'

As vacancies hit a record high, Chloe Burke says she is leaving nursing because the pressure was too much to bear. Credit: Source link

Regular 10pm bedtime linked to lower heart risk

Synchronising sleep to match our internal body clock appears to be good for the heart, claim scientists. Credit: Source link

Lesbian couple challenge NHS over ‘discriminatory’ fertility policy

"Our research has found that female same-sex couples and single women are disproportionately impacted by policies which require that they self-finance costly, and less...

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