World No Tobacco Day 2020: Smokeless tobacco products contain more nicotine than cigarettes, increase risk of stroke

Apart from the many fads popular among people, a common misconception is that smokeless tobacco products are safer than cigarettes. ...

    Oxford Covid-19 trial of Trump-backed hydroxychloroquine is CONTINUING despite death fears

    Oxford University researchers were given the green light by the UK drugs watchdog to continue giving the tablets to NHS patients with ...

      Coronavirus: WHO suspends hydoxychloroquine trial over safety

      A Friday study revealed higher mortality rates among coronavirus patients who took hydroxychloroquine, which led to the WHO suspending ...

        Mental illness crisis ‘looming’ as millions surrounded by death due to COVID-19

        United Nations has urged governments to put mental illness at the “front and centre” of their responses to the pandemic ...

          Australia records ZERO new infections in seven states, territories but you STILL can’t go to the pub

          Australia recorded a nine-week low in new coronavirus cases on Monday with no new cases in seven states and territories. Source link ...

            Scientists baffled as ‘rats infect humans with new species of hepatitis’

            A total of 11 people in Hong Kong have been infected with a strain of hepatitis E which was thought to only affect rats – leaving ...

              The WHO and Taiwan

              The WHO and Taiwan Source link ...

                Crisis ‘dishonesty’ slammed as pensioner says ‘I don’t feel proud to be a Brit’

                A Question Time viewer slammed the Government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic with Britain’s 44.4 deaths per 100,000 ...

                  Cancer patient’s family says Boris Johnson’s coronavirus promise ‘hoodwinked’ UK

                  EXCLUSIVE Instead of surgery, Dan Gough was told he would get weekly blood tests because treatments at his local hospital are “on ...

                    Coronavirus has infected 3.5million people worldwide as death toll nears 250,000

                    The pandemic has devastated countries around the world, with the US and the UK at the forefront, as families are ripped apart, ...
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