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Could COVID-19 cause teeth to fall out?3h Updated Could COVID-19 cause teeth to fall out?
Daily Mail
At least 3 people - 2 adult women and a 12-year-old boy - have lost a tooth after having COVID-19, according to the New York Times. Coronavirus can attack the mouth, but there is little tooth-loss data.
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Ohio man, 23, needed to have his hand REATTACHED after a lawnmower accident 3h Updated Ohio man, 23, needed to have his hand REATTACHED after a lawnmower accident 
Daily Mail
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Luke Brittain, 23, from North Canton, Ohio, had to have his hand reattached after it was severed during a lawnmower accident in April 2019.
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8h Updated Covid: What are the new tiers and lockdown rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
BBC
England will move to a tougher version of tiered coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends next week.
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8h Updated Covid-19 tiers: Almost all of England facing tough virus rules
BBC
More than 55 million people will remain banned from meeting other households indoors from 2 December.
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Covid Vaccine Research: Expert sceptical on Oxford AstraZeneca trial9h Covid Vaccine Research: Expert sceptical on Oxford AstraZeneca trial
Daily Mail
Hilda Bastian, an accomplished Australian scientist turned writer who blogs for the British Medical Journal (BMJ), claims data from the Oxford trials has been 'patched together'.
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9h Updated Coronavirus infections levelling during England lockdown
BBC
But in Scotland infection rates appear to be rising, according to Office for National Statistics data.
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Covid vaccine trials did not monitor whether participants wore masks, socially distanced9h Updated Covid vaccine trials did not monitor whether participants wore masks, socially distanced
Daily Mail
Neither Moderna nor Pfizer gave trial participants instructions on how to behave to try to reduce their infection risks (or not), and didn't log ths behaviors either, unless someone got sick.
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9h The ‘glow’ of getting something for free can last up to a week, poll claims
The Independent
The poll found 60 per cent of adults think the best things in life are free, including a country walk, a good night’s sleep and a sunny morning 
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9h Updated ‘If anyone tells you a date they’re using a crystal ball’: When can we really expect coronavirus to end?
The Independent
With Boris Johnson introducing new lockdown restrictions across England, many are wondering when coronavirus will really be over. <  Like Reply
Lockdown Tiers for England are finally revealed10h Updated Lockdown Tiers for England are finally revealed
Daily Mail
The decision to save the capital from Tier 3 will be a relief to many in the hospitality industry who will be able to reopen with limitations when the current national lockdown ends on December 2.
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Number of people with coronavirus in England DROPS for the first time in three months10h Updated Number of people with coronavirus in England DROPS for the first time in three months
Daily Mail
This week's Office for National Statistics report, brought forward to coincide with England's local lockdown announcements today, shows 633,000 people are thought to be infected.
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10h Museum of London asks Londoners for Covid pandemic dreams
The Guardian
Guardians of Sleep project working with Canadian university to compile Covid-19 dreams
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Seven Americans have damaged their eyes using germicidal UV lamps10h Seven Americans have damaged their eyes using germicidal UV lamps
Daily Mail
A new study from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine found that exposure to a special type of UV light can led to photokeratitis, which is severe inflammation of the cornea.
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10h Covid: Can we have a pub lunch on Boxing Day? And other questions
BBC
We answer some of your questions about the Oxford vaccine.
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12h Updated Covid-19: Most of England facing tough rules after lockdown
BBC
Millions will see curbs on gatherings indoors from next week, under new Covid-19 restrictions.
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Is December 9 the day Britain starts its Covid vaccination drive?15h Is December 9 the day Britain starts its Covid vaccination drive?
Daily Mail
Nottinghamshire health boss Sarah Carter said in a council meeting that the health system was 'poised' to start giving a vaccine to members of the public from December 9, in 13 days' time.
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16h Support bubbles: How do they work and who is in yours?
BBC
Some people across the UK have been able to form "support bubbles" or "extended households".
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19h Baby loss charities call for cultural shift to break silence around miscarriage
The Guardian
Charities praise Meghan, Duchess of Sussex for speaking openly about her experience Baby loss charities have called for a cultural shift to empower couples to talk more openly about pregnancy before their 12-week scan, in an effort to break the silence around miscarriage. Baby loss experts praised the Duchess of Sussex for
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Antibody testing likely undercounts past Covid infections by 28%25h Updated Antibody testing likely undercounts past Covid infections by 28%
Daily Mail
Six percent of more than 3,000 health care workers tested for coronavirus antibodies had them - but the immune cells had fallen to undetectable lows by within 60 days, a new CDC report reveals.
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26h Long Covid: How knowledge of ME could help sufferers
BBC
Evan was diagnosed with ME in 2017, and she believes her experience can support long Covid sufferers.
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