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Just 13% of Covid infected people now lose their smell or taste 14 Jan 4:49pm Updated Just 13% of Covid infected people now lose their smell or taste
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Other symptoms of the virus such as a runny nose, fever and a cough are still just as likely to be experienced by Covid-infected people, UK Health Security Agency analysis showed.
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Covid cases are now dropping in EVERY region of England as rates finally turn around in North East  14 Jan 11:16am Covid cases are now dropping in EVERY region of England as rates finally turn around in North East 
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With the worst of the outbreak seemingly, England is now preparing to ease restrictions that were brought in to fight Omicron - including Covid passports and widespread working from home.
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Mother, 36, devastated after terminal lung cancer diagnosis 14 Jan 10:50am Mother, 36, devastated after terminal lung cancer diagnosis
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Becky Davis, 36, from Redditch, was blindsided in July 2020 when doctors revealed that her symptoms were down to a rare form of cancer, which chemotherapy is not effective against.
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Omicron heads west: Oregon, Alaska and Utah now lead US in case growth 14 Jan 9:22am Omicron heads west: Oregon, Alaska and Utah now lead US in case growth
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As the Omicron variant-fueled Covid surge appears to near its peak in many eastern states, the virus has begun to head west, striking elsewhere in the country.
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One in 40 new mothers delivered their babies at home in 2020, official data shows 14 Jan 7:56am Updated One in 40 new mothers delivered their babies at home in 2020, official data shows
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Office for National Statistics figures showed the proportion of births taking place in the home hit a nine-year high in 2020 amid lockdowns and tight restrictions.
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One in ten people may still be infectious for Covid after ten days, study finds 14 Jan 3:37am Updated One in ten people may still be infectious for Covid after ten days, study finds
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Exeter study suggests third of Covid positive people may be still infectious after five days as No10 announced five days will be the new self-isolation period but NHS staff want an exemption.
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Covid UK: Cases fall by nearly 40% in a week to 109,133 as Omicron wave continues to collapse 14 Jan 3:06am Covid UK: Cases fall by nearly 40% in a week to 109,133 as Omicron wave continues to collapse
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It is the eight day in a row that new infections in the UK have fallen week-on-week and the lowest daily total in more than a fortnight. Hospital admissions also remained flat.
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Wearing a facemask makes you more attractive to the opposite sex, study finds  14 Jan 2:45am Wearing a facemask makes you more attractive to the opposite sex, study finds 
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People wearing face masks (stock image) are deemed to be more attractive than when they have nothing covering their faces, according to a new study by Cardiff University.
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Mothers-to-be who consume artificial sweeteners may be more likely to have fat children, study warns 14 Jan 12:00am Mothers-to-be who consume artificial sweeteners may be more likely to have fat children, study warns
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A Calgary study warns that artificial sweeteners commonly used in diet soft drinks may make children fatter if consumed during pregnancy. Scientists tested the sweeteners on rats in a new study.
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Pig heart transplant recipient stabbed a man seven times in 1988 leaving him wheelchair-bound 13 Jan 8:33pm Pig heart transplant recipient stabbed a man seven times in 1988 leaving him wheelchair-bound
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David Bennett allegedly attacked Edward Shumaker after he caught his then-wife sitting in the man's lap while they were talking and drinking. Shumaker was paralyzed until he died.
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Glandular fever may be the biggest cause of multiple sclerosis 13 Jan 7:21pm Glandular fever may be the biggest cause of multiple sclerosis
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Harvard scientists say they have found 'compelling evidence' that the virus behind glandular fever increases the risk of developing MS 32-fold in a long term study on 10million US soldiers.
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