the science that shows why kids should be allowed to keep playing sport

According to a review of outdoor transmission of Covid-19 undertaken by academics at Canterbury Christ Church University the risk of infection is very low. The review looked at more than 25,000 cases of infection recorded on databases from around the world and found little evidence of outdoor spread.  One database collated by academics at the […]

Aspirin could be key in helping Covid-19 patients recover

Coronavirus patients in British hospitals will be given aspirin in a new trial to find out whether the cheap drug could prevent deadly blood clotting in the lungs. Some studies have shown that nearly 80 per cent of people who die of Covid-19 have thrombosis – or blood...

Dr. Steven & Dr. Jonathan Stern Dentistry

Oral ailments pose a major well being burden for many countries and affect people all through their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death. The Centers for Illness Management and Prevention explains that these amenities are most at-risk...

How election-watching could affect our health

If you’re a politics junkie, there’s been plenty to sink your teeth into over the past five years.  There was the 2016 Brexit referendum, and overseas we saw the tumultuous clash between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Then 2017 brought another general election,...