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1 While we continue to fight this pandemic, we must prepare for the next one
2 Ebola Vaccine Effective in Clinical Trial
3 Ebola vaccine regimen generates strong immune response in children and adults in a clinical trial in Sierra Leone
4 Ministers must ‘spell out’ restrictions that could be imposed as Covid cases surge
5 Ebola Vaccine Effective in African Clinical Trial | Health News
6 'Vaccinate the children': Fauci outlines the case for offering Covid shots to young people
7 Introduction of COVID-19 vaccine passports in the UK may lower vaccination inclination
8 Can digital tech improve TB treatment?
9 Coronavirus cases set to soar this autumn with return to schools and offices, warns Sage member
10 New research identifies possible control strategies for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus
11 Human behaviour can make fools of the best modellers
12 End of working from home could cause Covid surge, experts say
13 Macaques and mosquitoes
14 £8.6m funding to assess life-saving malaria prevention for children under two in Africa
15 Study suggests new approach to fighting malaria reduces severe illness and deaths in kids
16 Tuberculosis programs should focus more on young people, researchers say
17 Why climate change is still the greatest threat to human health
18 Trial suggests malaria sickness could be cut by 70%
19 Ifedayo Adetifa: Wetin you need know about NCDC new boss
20 Competence triumphs over politics as Nigeria appoints new CDC head
21 Effect of Vaccination on Transmission of SARS-CoV-2
22 COVID Death 11x More Likely for Unvaccinated
23 Boris Johnson Doubles Down on Vaccine Strategy as His Popularity Wanes
24 No hint given as FDA nears 3rd-shot call
25 Boris Johnson faces backlash over ‘jumbo jet crash of COVID deaths’ every week
26 New wave of Covid predicted as UK’s return to school and social mixing hit
27 Malaria and dengue predicted to affect billions more people
28 Immune-mediated inflammatory disease may increase risk of severe COVID-19 outcomes
29 New LSHTM spin-out company aims to improve detection and control of infectious diseases
30 The Malian doctor leading the charge to make Covid-19 vaccines in Africa
31 Covid — not vaccination — presents biggest blood clot risk, large study finds
32 LSHTM: Interim roadmap assessment – prior to Step 4, 9 June 2021
33 Health Care in Afghanistan Is Crumbling, Aid Groups Warn
34 More than 4m stopped wearing masks this summer in Britain, ONS data shows
35 Travel restrictions: Are people more likely to catch Covid in their local supermarket than on holiday?
36 Covid cases in school pupils in Scotland are plummeting already
37 Dr. Antonio Gasparrini Named Recipient of 2021 Myrto Lefkopoulou Distinguished Lectureship
38 A global health 'conductor' returns to Harvard Chan School
39 Empagliflozin and Major Renal Outcomes in Heart Failure
40 Atopic Dermatitis Linked to Anxiety, Depression & Suicide, Studies Show
41 24 Argentines will study in UK with Chevening scholarships
42 Life under the Taliban in Afghanistan – how everyday life will change for Afghans as western forces withdraw
43 First global study on wildfire pollution reveals important increase in mortality
44 UK scientists develop gadget that sniffs out COVID-19
45 Food system concepts and definitions for science and political action
46 Newcastle University: School for Public Health Research awarded £25 Million from NIHR
47 Bat-human virus spillovers may be very common, study finds
48 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine divests from all fossil fuels | Chris Jarvis
49 Chris Whitty’s alma mater to decolonise courses which ‘uphold colonialism and white supremacy’
50 Times Higher Education Awards 2021: shortlist announced
51 The CDC's not going to put people at high risk of catching COVID-19 into camps
52 LSHTM: Interim roadmap assessment: prior to Step 2, 31 March 2021
53 Letter: World leaders urged to boost vaccine availability
54 New test to diagnose vaginal inflammation could help reduce risk of HIV infection
55 Aids: History Of The Epidemic That Changed Britain
56 Covid vaccines for teenagers 'already too late to blunt autumn wave'
57 Covid-19: “Health in all policies” will help protect world from future pandemics, says commission
58 Vaccine passports will make hesitant people ‘even more reluctant to get jabbed’
59 To vaccinate children or not? Getting decision right is far from child’s play
60 Eczema And Depression In Children – :::…The Tide News Online:::…
61 No 10 not ruling out ‘firebreak’ lockdown if Covid cases rise
62 Study shows why opening windows in class will not stop COVID-19
63 Global warming already responsible for one in three heat-related deaths
64 Malaria deaths reduced by 70% with vaccine and drug combination
65 Are young adults suffering from 'immunity debt'?
66 Scientists ramp up search for long COVID cure
67 Vaccine nationalism is unwanted ‘natural experiment’ that will kill many people, warns virus expert
68 University where Chris Whitty studied reworks curriculum to make it 'anti-racist'
69 COVID-19 Q&A With the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine: Infectious Disease Modeling
70 LSHTM: Dynamics of Delta (B.1.617.2) in England NHS regions from importations, traveller-linked and non-traveller linked transmission, 1 June 2021
71 India, U.K. to conduct clinical trials of ‘Ashwagandha’ for promoting recovery from COVID-19
72 Unvaccinated people 11 times more likely to die from COVID, CDC says
73 Global, regional, and national burden of stroke and its risk factors, 1990–2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
74 LSHTM: Interim roadmap assessment – prior to steps 3 and 4, 5 May 2021
75 Development Of Art Education In Nigeria – :::…The Tide News Online:::…
76 Study says Britain must vaccinate two million a week to prevent a third COVID-19 wave
77 Blood clot risk more serious and longer-lasting in people catching Covid-19 than those reacting to a vaccination
78 PHE and LSHTM: The contribution of nosocomial infections to the first wave, 28 January 2021
79 New Virus Strain Likely To Cause More Hospitalisations, Deaths: Study
80 Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Jul 09, 2021
81 Holidaymakers caught in 'race to the bottom' for PCR tests, regulator warns
82 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Vectors of Disease Frieze
83 LSHTM, UCL and Bristol: Extremely high SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence in a strictly-Orthodox Jewish community in the UK
84 Johnson & Johnson Launches Network of Global Health Discovery Centers
85 Nearly 8% of men who have sex with men estimated to have syphilis globally
86 Being clean and hygienic need not impair childhood immunity
87 Covid-19: Hospital admissions and deaths could rise this summer, modellers warn
88 TB vaccine may protect newborns against other infectious diseases
89 England could have more Covid deaths in next six months than whole of 2020 without stricter controls – study
90 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine divests from coal companies
91 UK scientists say further easing of COVID rules won't overwhelm health service
92 Robert C Hughes – The Conversation
93 Coronavirus Variant Is Indeed More Transmissible, New Study Suggests
94 'A second national lockdown would buy some time… but it's what you do with that time'- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine's Prof John Edmunds
95 Johnson and Johnson two-dose vaccine against Ebola safe, claims study
96 Competition: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine framework
97 JUNIPER and LSHTM: The population attributable fraction (PAF) of cases due to gatherings with relevance to COVID-19 mitigation strategies, 22 April 2021
98 Health & Wellness News | ⚡India, UK To Conduct Clinical Trials on ‘Ashwagandha’ for COVID-19 Recovery
99 COVID-19 vaccine and cancer – latest updates
100 Machine learning brings an early diagnostic for pancreatic cancer a step closer to reality