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Spain's coronavirus deaths rise 769 in one day to 4,858 - News World
03/27/2020
Spain's coronavirus deaths rise 769 in one day to 4,858 - News World

Spain's coronavirus deaths rise 769 in one day to 4,858 - News World

The number of people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Spain has risen by 769 in one day, taking the total to 4,858. The number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 disease in the country also went up on Thursday from 56,188 to 64,059, according to the national health ministry. T...

UK should have gone into lockdown 10 days ago, Italian expert warns - News World
03/26/2020
UK should have gone into lockdown 10 days ago, Italian expert warns - News World

UK should have gone into lockdown 10 days ago, Italian expert warns - News World

The UK should have gone into lockdown 10 days ago and is now at risk of having a worse coronavirus infection rate than Italy, a World Health Organisation (WHO) expert has warned. Walter Ricciardi, the Italian government's scientific adviser, who called Italy's lockdown, told Sky News that the UK had...

Inside the red zone where the tsunami of victims is changing Italy's DNA - News World
03/26/2020
Inside the red zone where the tsunami of victims is changing Italy's DNA - News World

Inside the red zone where the tsunami of victims is changing Italy's DNA - News World

In groups, doctors and nurses frantically crowded around the latest patients. The monitors, drips and most importantly the respirators they were attached to was all that was keeping them alive, writes Sky’s Stuart Ramsay. It was what looked like an intensive care unit (ICU) but was actually an eme...

Coronavirus: Half a million COVID-19 cases confirmed worldwide - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: Half a million COVID-19 cases confirmed worldwide - News World

Coronavirus: Half a million COVID-19 cases confirmed worldwide - News World

Half a million people worldwide have now been infected by the coronavirus. The milestone was reached as Italy reported 6,153 new cases, taking its total to 80,539. Italy is now fewer than 1,300 cases behind China – where COVID-19 first emerged in December. China stands at 81,782, according to John...

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads - News World

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads - News World

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads Image caption The app is available on Apple's app store and Google Play An app that tracks the symptoms of Covid-19 in the UK has become one of the most popular downloads. Its creators aim to deliver insights into why some people get the disea...

Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day - News World

Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day - News World

Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day Image copyright Getty Images The number of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus has jumped by more than 100 in a day for the first time. The death toll has risen from 475 to 578, health officials have confirmed. A total of 104,866 peop...

Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response - News World

Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response - News World

Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response Image copyright PA Media Data collected gathered via the NHS's 111 telephone service is to be mixed with other sources to help predict where ventilators, hospital beds, and medical staff will be most in need. The goal is to help health chiefs...

Coronavirus: One case lays bare America's testing failure - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: One case lays bare America's testing failure - News World

Coronavirus: One case lays bare America's testing failure - News World

Coronavirus: One case lays bare America's testing failure Image copyright Claudia Bahorik "Trace, test and treat" has been the mantra of global health bodies in tackling the spread of Covid-19. But innumerable cases around the country show it is a model the United States has failed to recreate. "I'm...

Coronavirus: Why some countries wear face masks and others don't - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: Why some countries wear face masks and others don't - News World

Coronavirus: Why some countries wear face masks and others don't - News World

Coronavirus: Why some countries wear face masks and others don't Image copyright AFP Image caption People wearing masks has become an ubiquitous sight in many places in Asia, including China Step outside your door without a face mask in Hong Kong, Seoul or Tokyo these days, and you may well get a di...

India lockdown: Frontline heroes of the coronavirus war - News World
03/26/2020
India lockdown: Frontline heroes of the coronavirus war - News World

India lockdown: Frontline heroes of the coronavirus war - News World

India lockdown: Frontline heroes of the coronavirus war Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The vast majority of India's 1.3bn population have been told to stay at home India is at a critical stage in its fight against coronavirus as fears of community transmissions rise. During its lockdown....

Coronavirus: Man planning to bomb Missouri hospital killed, FBI says - News World
03/26/2020
Coronavirus: Man planning to bomb Missouri hospital killed, FBI says - News World

Coronavirus: Man planning to bomb Missouri hospital killed, FBI says - News World

Coronavirus: Man planning to bomb Missouri hospital killed, FBI says Image copyright EPA Image caption Hospitals across the US are under intense pressure because of the outbreak A man suspected of planning to attack a hospital treating coronavirus cases in the US state of Missouri died after a shoot...

'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus - News World
03/26/2020
'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus - News World

'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus - News World

'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Prince Charles and his wife Camilla were tested for coronavirus by NHS Grampian There were "very good reasons" to test Prince Charles for coronavirus, Scotland's chief medical officer has insisted.....

Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but ‘remains in good health’The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coron...
03/26/2020

Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but ‘remains in good health’

The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House has announced.

Prince Charles, 71, is displaying mild symptoms “but otherwise remains in good health”, a spokesman said, adding that the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, has been tested but does not have the virus.

Charles and Camilla are now self-isolating at Balmoral.

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https://news.world/coronavirus-prince-charles-tests-positive-but-remains-in-good-health/

Tun Dr Mahathir presented his resignation letter
02/24/2020
Tun Dr Mahathir presented his resignation letter

Tun Dr Mahathir presented his resignation letter

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad presented his resignation letter to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong this afternoon. This was confirmed by the Prime Minister's Office in a brief declaration. A letter of resignation was sent at 1pm.

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02/18/2020
News World Coronavirus - News World

News World Coronavirus - News World

The Foreign Office is "considering all options" for Britons trapped on a quarantined cruise liner in Japan struck by coronavirus - including flying them home.

Coronavirus: Brighton GP practice closes after staff member tests positive - News World
02/11/2020
Coronavirus: Brighton GP practice closes after staff member tests positive - News World

Coronavirus: Brighton GP practice closes after staff member tests positive - News World

Coronavirus: Brighton GP practice closes after staff member tests positive Image copyright PA Wire A GP practice in Brighton has been temporarily closed after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus. Patients at the city's County Oak medical centre have been advised to contact the NHS 111 pho...

Gears of War Fans Who Love Multiplayer Are Going to Love Gears 5
09/19/2019
Gears of War Fans Who Love Multiplayer Are Going to Love Gears 5

Gears of War Fans Who Love Multiplayer Are Going to Love Gears 5

I’m looking for answers in the frozen landscape near Mount Kadar when the ice storm hits. It’s cold this far north, and sometimes the sky drops hail the size of a van. As I make my way through the …

Huawei Mate 30 phones launch without Google apps
09/19/2019
Huawei Mate 30 phones launch without Google apps

Huawei Mate 30 phones launch without Google apps

Huawei Mate 30 phones launch without Google apps Image copyright Huawei Huawei has launched its latest smartphones without many of the apps typically pre-installed on Android handsets. The Mate 30 …

ICE office shootings in Texas blamed on ‘political rhetoric’
08/14/2019
ICE office shootings in Texas blamed on ‘political rhetoric’

ICE office shootings in Texas blamed on ‘political rhetoric’

ICE office shootings in Texas blamed on ‘political rhetoric’ Image copyright Reuters Image caption ICE has blamed the shootings in San Antonio on “political rhetoric” about the Trump ad…

Mexicans march to vent anger at police over rape cases
08/13/2019
Mexicans march to vent anger at police over rape cases

Mexicans march to vent anger at police over rape cases

Mexicans march to vent anger at police over rape cases Image copyright AFP Image caption Mexico's security minister Jesus Orta Martinez was sprayed with pink glitter during the protests Hundre…

Sri Lanka’s Muslims ‘demonised’ after Easter bombings
08/13/2019
Sri Lanka’s Muslims ‘demonised’ after Easter bombings

Sri Lanka’s Muslims ‘demonised’ after Easter bombings

Sri Lanka's Muslims 'demonised' after Easter bombings Image caption Mohammed Iliyas says 90% of his Sinhalese Buddhist customers have stopped buying from him Until a few months ago, …

Why I paint vulvas in public toilets instead of pen*ses Image copyright JACK LAWSON Paintings of vulvas are popping up o...
05/16/2019
Why I paint vulvas in public toilets instead of pen*ses

Why I paint vulvas in public toilets instead of pen*ses Image copyright JACK LAWSON Paintings of vulvas are popping up on doors of toilet cubicles across London. It's all part of a campaign to promote positive body image among women - specifically what's "down there". Oliwia Bober, 23, is the artist behind the genitalia designs - and says feedback has been positive. [ 503 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3993

Why I paint vulvas in public toilets instead of pen*ses Image copyright JACK LAWSON Paintings of vulvas are popping up on doors of toilet cubicles across London. It's all part of a campaign to…

Rare protein allergy would give PKU sufferer 'brain damage' Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionMar...
05/16/2019
Rare protein allergy would give PKU sufferer ‘brain damage’

Rare protein allergy would give PKU sufferer 'brain damage' Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionMark Edwards has lived with PKU since he was born A man with a rare inability to digest protein has said eating a normal diet would leave him brain damaged. Mark Edwards, 35, has phenylketonuria (PKU), meaning he can only eat 6g (0.2oz) of protein per day - about one egg or two tablespoons of beans. [ 514 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3989

Rare protein allergy would give PKU sufferer 'brain damage' Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMark Edwards has lived with PKU since he was bornA man with a rare in…

'Hollywood technology' helping military rehabilitation Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionFlight L...
05/16/2019
Hollywood tech helps injured military personnel

'Hollywood technology' helping military rehabilitation Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionFlight Lieutenant Nathan Jones uses CGI tech to help him recover. "There is no hiding, you are watching exactly what is wrong with you." Flt Lt Nathan Jones is watching each of his leg muscles moving, on a big screen at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC), near Loughborough. [ 476 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3985

'Hollywood technology' helping military rehabilitation Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFlight Lieutenant Nathan Jones uses CGI tech to help him recover.”Th…

Doctors used as 'guinea pigs' in opioid painkiller promotion Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Common opioids in...
05/16/2019
Doctors used as ‘guinea pigs’ in opioid painkiller promotion

Doctors used as 'guinea pigs' in opioid painkiller promotion Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Common opioids include morphine, tramadol and fentanyl "Everybody said, 'It's fantastic going to New York. It's like being on a film set.' So, that was very exciting for me." Dr Cathy Stannard was one of a group of UK pain specialists flown to New York in the early 2000s. [ 957 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3981

Doctors used as 'guinea pigs' in opioid painkiller promotion Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Common opioids include morphine, tramadol and fentanyl “Everybody said, '…

ADHD: ‘The web comics that show what my life is like’ Image copyright Dani DonovanImage caption Dani Donovan's ADHD comi...
05/16/2019
ADHD: ‘The web comics that show what my life is like’

ADHD: ‘The web comics that show what my life is like’ Image copyright Dani DonovanImage caption Dani Donovan's ADHD comics have tapped into a significant fan base When Dani Donovan wanted to show her colleagues what life was like for her as someone diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), she never thought her sketches would lead to a series of web comics with a celebrity fan base. [ 941 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3965

ADHD: ‘The web comics that show what my life is like’ Image copyright Dani Donovan Image caption Dani Donovan's ADHD comics have tapped into a significant fan base When Dani Donovan wanted to …

Severe pregnancy sickness: 'I thought I was dying' Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionEssex mum 'b...
05/16/2019
Severe pregnancy sickness: ‘I thought I was dying’

Severe pregnancy sickness: 'I thought I was dying' Media playback is unsupported on your deviceMedia captionEssex mum 'bedbound for six months of pregnancy' For Hannah Dalton, pregnancy meant not being able to drink fluids for eight months without throwing up, going into hospital 27 times for intravenous drips and living off ice lollies and anti-sickness medication. Hannah, 30, from Thundersley, Essex, had hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), the severe pregnancy sickness the Duchess of Cambridge experienced during her three pregnancies. [ 1,305 more word ]
https://news.world/?p=3955

Severe pregnancy sickness: 'I thought I was dying' Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEssex mum 'bedbound for six months of pregnancy'For Hannah Dalton, p…

Frail elderly 'failed by care deserts' Image copyright Getty Images The system for looking after frail older people in E...
05/16/2019
Frail elderly ‘failed by care deserts’

Frail elderly 'failed by care deserts' Image copyright Getty Images The system for looking after frail older people in England is falling apart, with what are being dubbed "care deserts" emerging, a charity says. An analysis carried out for Age UK indicates about 30% of areas now have no residential care beds. The situation is even worse for nursing homes - needed for the most frail - with more than 60% having no places. [ 596 more words ]
https://news.world/?p=3960

Frail elderly 'failed by care deserts' Image copyright Getty Images The system for looking after frail older people in England is falling apart, with what are being dubbed “care des…

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