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Scientists find 48,500-year-old 'zombie virus' in Arctic permafrost
Researchers have revived ancient viruses trapped in the Arctic’s permafrost. They warn dangerous ones might resurface because of climate change.
World obesity day: How to tackle weight increases in Europe
More than half of Europeans are overweight - with a Body mass Index equal to or greater than 25 and almost 20% of Europeans are obese - with a BMI of over 30.
TikTok turned a diabetes drug into a weight loss hit. Is it safe?
A TikTok weight loss trend has caused shortages of Ozempic. What are the risks for those using this diabetes drug off-label?
‘Frightening’ scale of Europe's forever chemical pollution revealed
An investigation has revealed that 17,000 European sites are contaminated with these persistent manmade substances.
Which European city has the best - and worst - tree coverage?
A lack of trees is making cities deadly. Here’s which European cities are the most dangerous.
Expert warns that vigilance must remain high
It has been three years since the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a public health emergency of international concern -- its highest level of alarm.
Overburdened public health system forcing millions to go private
1.5 million more Spaniards have switched to private healthcare since the Covid-19 pandemic with nearly 12 million people now with private health insurance
Nurses in England strike over ongoing pay dispute with UK government
The industrial action is likely to add pressure on the UK health service which the British Medical Association said is struggling to cope with post-Brexit staff shortages
Visiting parks reduces prescription mental health drug use
Visiting urban green spaces reduces mental health drug use, new research finds.
Residents unconvinced by Mexico's strict anti-smoking laws
Enacted on Sunday, it's one of the world's strictest smoking laws, and completely prohibits tobacco consumption, including the use of e-cigarettes, in shared public areas such as hotels, parks and beaches
New virus surveillance system could predict the next major pandemic
The Wellcome Sanger Institute’s programme will build on its work sequencing millions of COVID genomes during the pandemic.
As COVID cases soar in China, so does the risk of a new variant
Many hospitals have been overwhelmed with patients since China drastically eased its COVID-19 restrictions earlier this month.
'Extraordinary' cystic fibrosis drug made available to French children
Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease diagnosed in more than a 100,000 people worldwide. But new treatments are being developed, including Kaftrio.
EU countries don't have to pay compensation for polluted air, says ECJ
According to the European Environment Agency, air pollution causes more than 300,000 premature deaths a year in the EU.
WHO warns of ‘unprecedented’ cholera outbreaks
“It is not acceptable in the 21st century to have people dying of a disease which is very well-known and very easy to treat,” the WHO said.
New Zealand imposes lifetime ban on young people buying cigarettes
An annually rising legal smoking age aims to prevent the next generation from ever being able to buy cigarettes.
France will make condoms free for those under 25 to fight rise in STIs
The French President hailed a “revolution” for contraception that aims to tackle a rise in sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
China rolls back its ‘Zero-COVID’ policy
For nearly three years, China has launched sporadic, strict lockdowns to keep COVID-19 levels extremely low in the country. However, following public protests in many cities in the last few weeks, this looks to be changing.
France ponders return to masks on public transport
France ponders return to masks on public transport. French Health Minister says it's time to return to protective measures as winter sets in. New cases of flu, COVID-19 and bronchitis are putting the health service under strain.
Strep A outbreak in the UK: What symptoms should you look out for?
Britain is on alert for cases of scarlet fever after at least six children under 10 died from an invasive form of Strep A infection.