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Are you doing everything right but not losing weight? You could be making one of these common mistakes …

We don’t need military precision food plans or an alarm to remind us to eat every two hours. But if you do erratic things with food, expect erratic responses on the scales. 1. You’ve got no structure If that’s jumping from one diet to another, or being a weekend warrior with your food, you most… Read More »

NYE could see 1000 people infected

An infectious diseases expert has warned there could be 3000 new coronavirus cases in NSW by early January, and Christmas could be cancelled unless a short lockdown is introduced in Greater Sydney. Infectious diseases expert Professor Raina MacIntyre of the University of NSW has warned that Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve are superspreading events… Read More »

Providers’ rocky road to recovery could last into 2022

As health systems are set to start reporting their third quarter earnings results this week, new research highlights hospitals’ ongoing fears about financial viability, patient volumes and supply stocks. That’s as new hotspots in the Midwest report rising COVID-19 case loads and hospitals prepare for the pandemic to collide with flu season, potentially causing stress… Read More »

Could the novel coronavirus become a seasonal virus? New study suggests yes — but not yet

The novel coronavirus may one day become a seasonal virus like the flu — but that day won’t come until herd immunity is achieved, according to the findings of a recent review published in Frontiers in Public Health. SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the COVID-19 infection, will likely become seasonal “in countries with temperate climates”… Read More »

Coronavirus: Racism ‘could play a part in BAME Covid deaths’

Factors such as racism and social inequality may have contributed to increased risks of black, Asian and minority communities catching and dying from Covid-19, a leaked report says. Historic racism may mean that people are less likely to seek care or to demand better personal protective equipment, it says. The Public Health England draft, seen… Read More »