Lockdown has seen a significant rise in emotional and behavioural issues among primary school pupils which will 'take some time to mend'
King's College research finds people with prior infection far more likely to report effects, particularly if they have had Pfizer jab
JCVI says programme will continue by age amid fears that stratifying it by occupation or ethnicity would slow down rollout
In sign that Covid vaccines are highly effective, hospitalisations for over-60s in downward trend in Israel
Scientists at Imperial College London have developed a 15-minute MRI scan, known as a Prostagram, which can detect the disease early
'For the first time it is possible to achieve through drugs what was previously only possible through weight-loss surgery,' scientists said
Ministers discuss 'jabs at work' for 30 million people once vaccinations have been offered to the most vulnerable
UCL scientists believe rate as of Tuesday was 0.65 to 0.86, better than Government's earlier estimate of 0.7 to 1.1
Children's play must be urgently designated as a permitted lockdown activity for the sake of their physical and mental well being and personal development, campaigners...
Principal investigator of UK arm of Novavax vaccine trial says delays may mean people are better protected in long term