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LONDON (Reuters): Many Covid-19 survivors are likely to be at greater risk of developing mental illness, psychiatrists said on Monday, after a large study found 20% of those infected with the coronavirus are diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder within 90 days.
Research finds that breast cancer patients who exercise have both a lower risk of the cancer recurring and dying.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Holding professional sports games with diversity themes, such as LGBT rights, can help change the discriminatory behaviour of athletes, according to an academic study released by an Australian university on Thursday.
Increasing your levels of manganese during early pregnancy could reduce your risk of developing the potentially life-threatening condition of preeclampsia.
A new study finds that the type of diet you have can be associated to the type of personality you have.
Research has found that transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus from mother to baby is uncommon during birth.
Despite having normal nutrition, many senior citizens actually have low muscle mass, making them more prone to falls and fractures.
(Reuters) - The future of English women's soccer faces an unprecedented threat as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and decisive action must be taken to protect its future, researchers have said.
Dutch scientists found that lab-grown intestinal cells became infected with both the Sars and Covid-19 viruses, which attached themselves to a receptor enzymeConclusions are supported by research from China that found patients suffering from diarrhoea had more severe symptoms
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India could face between around 100,000 and 1.3 million confirmed cases of the disease caused by the new coronavirus by mid-May if it continues to spread at its current pace, according to a team of scientists based mainly in the United States.