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Has omicron peaked? COVID cases flatten in New York, New Jersey, Maryland and LA 13 Jan 5:35pm Updated Has omicron peaked? COVID cases flatten in New York, New Jersey, Maryland and LA
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States like New York that were once among the worst struck by Covid last month are seeing case growth begin to slow, a signal that the Omicron-fueled Covid surge could soon recede.
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Symptom-tracking app finds 12% drop in number of people getting ill with virus every day... 13 Jan 12:10pm Updated Symptom-tracking app finds 12% drop in number of people getting ill with virus every day...
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Cases are ticking downwards in every age group although a rise in children amid the return of schools cannot be ruled out. They are also pointing down in every region except the North East.
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Trained dogs can identify the coronavirus in the air with over 97% accuracy, study shows 13 Jan 11:43am Trained dogs can identify the coronavirus in the air with over 97% accuracy, study shows
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In Bristol County, Massachusetts, the police department is using trained dogs to 'sniff out' COVID-19 in local schools, police stations, and other locations. The dogs can identify COVID in the air.
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Taking chips and snacks from a shared plate makes them seem less fattening, researchers suggest  13 Jan 11:42am Taking chips and snacks from a shared plate makes them seem less fattening, researchers suggest 
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For diners, food appears less fattening to them when it is shared because they do not feel they 'own' the food, research has found.
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One in NINE people in England now on NHS waiting list amid Omicron wave 13 Jan 9:42am One in NINE people in England now on NHS waiting list amid Omicron wave
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Experts warned the 'shocking data' laid bare the impact of Omicron on the NHS in England and highlighted that many patients were being 'let down' by the deepening crisis.
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Scientists regrow knee cartilage with an electric current 13 Jan 7:49am Scientists regrow knee cartilage with an electric current
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A tiny mesh could be implanted into damaged joints to encourage the growth of new cartilage, with the help of steady electrical currents, report experts in Storrs, Connecticut.
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