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More Than A Third of Covid Patients Diagnosed With At Least One Long-Term Symptom Up To Six Months, Study Says

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Researchers from Oxford say common ‘long Covid’ symptoms are also prevalent among those infected with influenza   Doctors are diagnosing almost 40 per cent of Covid patients with at least one persistent symptom up to six months after their initial infection, according to a new study. The most common symptoms, including abnormal ...

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Pfizer Vaccine Effectiveness Declines Quicker Than AstraZeneca, Says Study

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The Delta coronavirus variant diminishes the general performance of both jabs, researchers from the University of Oxford have found The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is initially more effective against the Delta coronavirus variant than the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab, but this protection then declines at a quicker rate, new research has shown. Scientists from the University of Oxford have confirmed ...

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Scientists Create World’s Thinnest Device That Is Only Two Atoms Thick

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Scientists say the technology could make devices faster, less dense, and consume less energy The world’s smallest piece of technology – only two atoms thick – has been created by researchers to store electric information. Current state-of-the-art devices consist of tiny crystals that contain approximately one million atoms, one hundred atoms square. In a computer, these devices ...

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