Not enough people are taking advantage of a free flu vaccination programme to help protect them and we’d like your views and experiences to understand what, if anything, we can do differently to make sure those most at risk are protected this winter.
Researchers have identified how cells in our brains work together to join up memories of separate experiences, allowing us to make educated guesses in everyday life.
Yesterday in the car park of the Crouch Vale Medical Centre, during a busy morning, two cars had their catalytic converters stolen.
Supporting weight management and wellbeing approaches during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UKRI and NIHR funded researchers at Imperial College London are set to begin trials to assess the safety and effectiveness of two of the UK’s coronavirus vaccines in development, when inhaled into the lungs.
Whether you’re a fresher, returning student or a postgrad, you’ll no doubt have lots of questions or concerns about how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact your student life. Read more to find out what you need to know before the university term starts.
People who are admitted to hospital with COVID-19 can be divided into four distinct groups, according to data from the world’s largest study of patients with the disease.
Eight new projects will explore how the virus spreads in schoolchildren, healthcare workers, in medical settings, on surfaces in public spaces, and in strictly-Orthodox Jewish communities.
Volunteers supporting the SWF Health and Social Care Group receive recognition for their essential work during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
A new service has launched to support children and young people aged 5-18 years (or up to 25 if in receipt of an Education, Health and Care Plan) in response to COVID-19 and an increase in demand for mental health support.