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3565. Italy's Lombardy asks retired health workers to join coronavirus fight
The northern region of Lombardy, on the frontline of Italy"s battle against the coronavirus, appealed to recently retired doctors and nurses on Wednesday to return to work and help colleagues overwhelmed by the crisis.
13:18 18.03.2020
3564. Israel moves towards mass testing as coronavirus detections rise
Confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel have jumped by 40% to 427 in the past 24 hours, authorities said on Wednesday, predicting a steeper rise as mass testing is implemented, and a blanket ban on entry of foreign nationals was imposed.
13:18 18.03.2020
3563. Italy reports 475 new coronavirus deaths, lifting total death toll to 2,978
The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has surged in the last 24 hours by 475 to 2,978, an increase of 19%, the biggest jump in numerical terms since the contagion came to light last month, officials said on Wednesday.
13:17 18.03.2020
3562. WHO says testing, tracing must be 'backbone' of COVID-19 response
Countries across the world must take a comprehensive approach to fighting the pandemic of COVID-19 disease caused by the new coronavirus and isolate, test and trace as many cases as possible, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.
13:09 18.03.2020
3561. Chile´s Pinera declares 90-day state of catastrophe over coronavirus outbreak
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Wednesday declared a 90-day state of catastrophe as cases of the new coronavirus mounted in the nation, giving the government extraordinary powers to restrict freedom of movement and assure food supply and basic servi
13:09 18.03.2020
3560. Rattled world 'at war' with coronavirus as cases pass 200,000
Hundreds of millions of people worldwide were adjusting on Wednesday to unprecedented measures undertaken to battle the coronavirus crisis that is not only killing the old and vulnerable but also threatening prolonged economic misery.
13:09 18.03.2020
3559. Greece bans gatherings of 10 people and more, effective Thursday
Greece will ban public gatherings of 10 people and more from Thursday in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus, its crisis management minister said.
12:59 18.03.2020
3558. FDA urges virtual patient visits as coronavirus disrupts clinical trials
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday recommended switching to virtual patient visits instead of in-person monitoring for clinical studies, as signs emerge that the rapid spread of the coronavirus outbreak is disrupting trials.
12:54 18.03.2020
3557. Army steps in to help hospitals in east France fight coronavirus
France"s army transferred six patients in critical condition due to coronavirus to a military facility on Wednesday as it sought to ease the strain on hospitals in the east of the country that are struggling to cope with the spiralling number of cases.
12:53 18.03.2020
3556. England coronavirus deaths rise to 99, up from 67
The number of deaths of people who tested positive for coronavirus in England rose to 99 on Wednesday, from 67 a day earlier, a 48% jump, NHS England said in a statement.
12:50 18.03.2020
3555. Overcrowded and unsanitary, Venezuela's prisons brace for coronavirus
The arrival of coronavirus in Venezuela is fueling concerns the disease could spread like a fast-moving fire through the country"s notoriously overcrowded and unsanitary prisons.
12:48 18.03.2020
3554. Factbox: Latest on the spread of coronavirus around the world
Hundreds of millions of people worldwide were adjusting on Wednesday to once-in-a-generation measures to battle the coronavirus crisis that is not only killing the old and vulnerable but also threatening prolonged economic misery.
12:44 18.03.2020
3553. Coronavirus causes historic market drop, global scramble to contain 'invisible enemy'
Coronavirus fears led to a historic drop in U.S. stocks, shut borders and disrupted daily life around the world, as governments took increasingly drastic measures to try to reduce the severity of the global outbreak.
12:44 18.03.2020
3552. Here's what you need to know about coronavirus right now
Here"s what you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak right now:
12:44 18.03.2020
3551. U.S. CDC reports 7,087 coronavirus cases, 97 deaths
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday reported 7,087 cases of the coronavirus, an increase of 2,812 cases from its previous count, and said the number of deaths had risen by 22 to 97.
12:34 18.03.2020
3550. Germany clears way for export of protective equipment to Italy
Germany"s Economy Ministry said on Wednesday that export licenses for the export of protective equipment to Italy, Switzerland and Austria had been issued, including for 400,000 protective masks to go to Italy.
12:20 18.03.2020
3549. Factbox: What Africa is doing to fight coronavirus
The World Health Organization has warned of the risk that COVID-19 could overwhelm strained public health systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Here is a selection of measures countries are taking to prepare for the virus and limit its spread.
12:05 18.03.2020
3548. Armed with lessons from Ebola, Africa braces for coronavirus surge
When a passenger arriving from Brussels at Cameroon"s Yaounde Nsimalen airport on Saturday was found to have a temperature, health officials say he was whisked to a hospital and diagnosed inside four hours as the country"s fourth case of coronavirus
12:05 18.03.2020
3547. First town in Germany imposes curfew due to coronavirus
The first town in Germany imposed a curfew on Wednesday to slow the spread of the coronavirus, local authorities said, adding that citizens in the town of Mitterteich in southern Bavaria are still allowed to buy groceries, go to work and visit the doctor.
12:04 18.03.2020
3546. Coronavirus death toll in Italy's Lombardy jumps 319 in a day: sources
The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in the northern Italian region of Lombardy, which has borne the brunt of a nationwide contagion, has risen by 319 in a day to 1,959, two sources with access to the data said on Wednesday.
11:41 18.03.2020
3545. Man infected with mystery virus in China dies after outbreak
A 61-year-old man has died from pneumonia in the central Chinese city of Wuhan after an outbreak of a yet to be identified virus while seven others are in critical condition, the Wuhan health authorities said on Saturday.
09:30 11.01.2020
3544. Government experts urge new talc testing standards amid asbestos worries
An expert panel formed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has endorsed asbestos testing standards for cosmetics that reject long-held industry positions and reflect those of public health authorities and experts for thousands of plaintiffs who alleg
20:04 10.01.2020
3543. Engaging with the arts may help you live longer
(Reuters Health) - Older people who frequent art galleries and museums, attend the theater and concerts may live longer than those who don"t, a study in England suggests.
17:32 10.01.2020
3542. Minimum wage hikes tied to drop in suicide rates
(Reuters Health) - People with no more than a high school education may be less likely to die by suicide when minimum wages rise, a U.S. study suggests.
17:27 10.01.2020
3541. Early concussion treatment tied to faster recovery
(Reuters Health) - Young athletes who get concussions may recover faster when they"re treated within the first week than when they wait longer to get care, a new study suggests.
17:10 10.01.2020
3540. Electric scooter injuries rising, one-third involve the head
(Reuters Health) - Injuries and hospital admissions involving sharable two-wheeled electric scooters are on the rise in the U.S., a new study finds.
17:08 10.01.2020
3539. Slovakia reports outbreak of H5N8 bird flu: OIE
Slovakia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu virus among backyard poultry in the western part of the country, the first such outbreak in nearly three years, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Friday.
10:44 10.01.2020
3538. Infant deaths, poor conditions at Indian hospital spark uproar
In a dimly lit shanty in northwestern India, Padma Rawal sobs inconsolably as she recalls losing her 5-month-old infant, and recounts the hospital ordeal she endured last month.
10:26 10.01.2020
3537. Germany concerned about swine fever cases in nearby Poland
Germany’s government said on Friday it is concerned about the spread of the pig disease African swine fever (ASF) in wild boars in Poland close to the German border.
09:41 10.01.2020
3536. Idorsia pairs with Neurocrine in potential $400 million epilepsy drug deal
Swiss biotech group Idorsia on Friday lifted the lid off a 2019 deal for its investigational epilepsy medicine, revealing the pact that is potentially worth more than $400 million is with U.S.-based Neurocrine Biosciences.
02:43 10.01.2020
3535. FDA approves Blueprint's stomach cancer therapy priced at $32,000 per month
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Blueprint Medicines Corp"s oral therapy to treat a rare form of cancer that affects the stomach and small intestine, the agency said on Thursday.
18:41 09.01.2020
3534. Blackstone raises three-quarters of targeted $4.6 billion life sciences fund
U.S. private equity firm Blackstone Group Inc has secured $3.4 billion from investors for its first fund dedicated to investments in the life sciences sector, targeting $4.6 billion in total, a regulatory filing showed on Thursday.
18:19 09.01.2020
3533. Prenatal air pollution exposure tied to childhood blood sugar
(Reuters Health) - Kids who are exposed to air pollution in the womb may have higher blood sugar levels during childhood than kids without this exposure, according to a study that suggests particle pollution could be an environmental risk factor for diabe
18:00 09.01.2020
3532. Lack of insurance may explain much of disparity in breast cancer detection
(Reuters Health) - Lack of insurance may be a major cause of delayed breast cancer detection in racial and ethnic minority women in the U.S., a new study suggests.
17:56 09.01.2020
3531. Tonsillectomy doesn't boost cognitive skills for preschoolers with mild apnea
(Reuters Health) - Young children with mild apnea who have their tonsils removed may sleep a little better than kids who don"t get tonsillectomies, but a new study suggests surgery won"t improve cognitive function.
15:31 09.01.2020
3530. U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 57, cases of illness to 2,602
U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 2 more deaths from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vaping, taking the total death toll to 57.
14:09 09.01.2020
3529. Bristol-Myers confident of approvals linked to higher Celgene investor payout: Bristol executive
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co is confident it will receive U.S. approvals for all three experimental drugs tied to a potentially higher payout for Celgene shareholders under terms of its acquisition of the U.S. biotech company, Bristol"s chief medical office
14:02 09.01.2020
3528. Pilot study of Asian genomes finds novel gene variants, highlights diversity
(Reuters Health) - An effort to map genomes across Asia has the potential to find novel gene variants affecting disease and responses to drugs, and to reveal the complex origins of Asian populations, early results suggest.
13:58 09.01.2020
3527. After opioid overdose, poor teens rarely get addiction treatment
(Reuters Health) - Less than one third of teens and young adults who overdose on opioids receive addiction treatment afterward, and the few who do get help receive counseling instead of medication to combat substance misuse, a U.S. study suggests.
13:38 09.01.2020
3526. Amag to divest two of three women's health drugs, CEO to step down
Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Thursday chief executive officer would step down and it plans to divest two of its women"s health drugs, bowing to pressure from investor Caligan Partners that has long urged it to hive off the slow-growing unit.
11:06 09.01.2020

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