Coronavirus vaccine hesitancy could lead to thousands of extra deaths over a two-year period, new research has suggested.
Imperial College London
Researchers in physics have announced “intriguing” results that potentially cannot be explained by the current laws of nature.
A commonly prescribed inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) drug may be linked to reduced coronavirus antibody response, research suggests.
Patients with severe Covid-19 show increased levels of a key protein in their blood, which researchers believe may help identify those most at risk.
The rate of decline in Covid-19 infections in England has slowed, figures suggest.
Teachers have had a “little bit higher risk” of infection with coronavirus during the national lockdown, new figures suggest.
People of all ages who have had two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine produce high numbers of antibodies, new research suggests.
Boris Johnson is awaiting new data on the impact of vaccines on coronavirus after stressing he will take a “cautious and prudent approach” to easing England’s third national lockdown.
Lockdown measures are driving down coronavirus infection levels but the overall rate remains high, according to new figures.
The number of patients reporting symptoms of Covid-19 weeks after becoming ill could be as high as 20%, an immunologist said, as he warned it could place an additional burden on the NHS.
Chills, a loss of appetite, headaches and muscle aches could be additional symptoms of coronavirus, a study suggests.
Covid-19 patients admitted to hospital can suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), particularly if they require a ventilator, new research suggests.
From 2000 to 2030 vaccination against 10 major diseases, including measles, HPV and hepatitis B, will have prevented 69 million deaths in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs), according to new research.
Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, researchers have suggested, as they warned that reopening society too quickly could have a “disastrous” effect.
The NHS is vaccinating people against Covid-19 at the rate of 200 jabs every minute, Matt Hancock has said.
Experts tracking the spread of Covid-19 in England say infections may have gone up at the beginning of the current lockdown.
Several areas of Scotland face a more than 90% chance of being a coronavirus "hotspot" on Christmas day, according to researchers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help treat brain tumours by studying a particular muscle in the head, scientists have said.
A scientist heading the human trials for a possible Covid-19 vaccine has said volunteers are “critically important” to their research.
Researchers in the UK are not able to agree on when they think a coronavirus vaccine will be available, but they seem optimistic that one will be developed.
Scientists have developed a “game changing” test that can detect prostate cancer.
A potential coronavirus vaccine being developed in the UK will begin human trials on Thursday.
Rapid coronavirus antibody home tests cannot currently be relied on to provide reliable results, a new study suggests.
The newly announced task force set up by the Government is seeking to find a vaccine for Covid-19 in double-quick time, but what will it involve and how does it work?
The hunt for a coronavirus vaccine has been given a boost by the launch of a Government taskforce.
The coronavirus could have caused 40 million deaths and infected seven billion people if it was left unchecked, experts say.
The lockdown means the NHS should be able to cope with the coronavirus pandemic, an expert has said.
Researchers are setting up a network of cameras to track meteorites heading to the UK.
Patients and the general public must be given a say on how their data is used by the NHS, a new report says.
Around 18% of women experience post-traumatic stress after a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy, new research suggests.