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Gilead Testing Inhaled Form Of Remdesivir That Could Be Used To Treat Covid-19 Outside Hospital

TOPLINE Gilead is launching a phase 1 clinical trial of an inhaled version of remdesivir, a drug used to treat Covid-19, that could be administered to patients outside of the hospital, it said in a statement released Wednesday. Vials of the drug Remdesivir lie during a press conference about the start of a study with… Read More »

Can’t lose belly fat? This trainer says your hormones could be to blame

Trying hard to lose belly fat but can’t? Trainer Terry Fairclough explains how hormones and an hormonal imbalance could be the reason for stubborn fat around the middle  You’re doing everything right – eating less sugar, exercising frequently and saying no to wine o’clock. Yet, although most of your body is shaping up thanks to… Read More »

Could CBD help you drink less alcohol?

We’re drinking more alcohol than ever, despite social restrictions. But the new soberista crowd are now looking to CBD to take the edge off their nerves with no hangovers In a surprise to precisely no one, Brits are drinking more in lock down. Pubs and bars may be closed across the country, but that hasn’t… Read More »

Imposing lockdown sooner could have prevented 2,000 coronavirus deaths in Scotland, study finds

Could 26,000 lives have been saved if Britain imposed coronavirus lockdown two weeks earlier? Introducing strict measures sooner may have prevented 80% of COVID-19 deaths, experts say Eight out of 10 coronavirus deaths in Scotland alone could have been prevented University of Edinburgh researchers said it would’ve had ‘similar’ effect on UK This suggests that… Read More »

Vic virus stability could mean fewer rules

Victorians have been told some restrictions to control the spread of coronavirus could ease if people keep following the rules and the number of fresh cases remains low. But Premier Daniel Andrews has warned other measures – such as keeping cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs closed – will stick around for longer. Victoria recorded just… Read More »