Stocks collapse as investors fear disappointing earnings

Stocks collapse as investors fear disappointing earnings

The chart of the German stock price index DAX is photographed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Germany, September 5, 2018. REUTERS / Staff / File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Stocks fall in Europe and Asia after late Wall Street sell-off Oil prices are down 2%, away from 7-year … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Britain prepares to switch at end-June to paid COVID tests – document

EXCLUSIVE: Britain prepares to switch at end-June to paid COVID tests – document

The new target to end the mass offer is the end of June Previous target moved by Omicron Prepare for some general disappointment -doc LONDON (Reuters) – British health officials aim to be ready to start charging Britons for free COVID-19 tests at the end of June, a document seen by Reuters shows, in what … Read more

Boris Johnson denies he was warned ‘BYOB’ was a potential breach of Covid-19 rules

Boris Johnson denies he was warned ‘BYOB’ was a potential breach of Covid-19 rules

Johnson continues to face criticism from politicians and the public over several parties allegedly held in 10 Downing Street that are now the subject of an investigation. Last week, Johnson was forced to apologize after it emerged that his chief private secretary, Martin Reynolds, had emailed an invitation to more than 100 Downing Street employees … Read more

HPV Stigma Is Embarrassing For Women With A Diagnosis

HPV Stigma Is Embarrassing For Women With A Diagnosis

The negative experiences of those diagnosed with cervical cell changes after screening are highlighted in a new report by the Jo’s Cervical Cancer Foundation. Of the total screened population of about 3.5 million, about 220,000 are diagnosed with such changes each year. For many, the link to the human papillomavirus (HPV) leads to guilt, confusion, … Read more

Link Between Brain Cell Development and Schizophrenia Removed

Link Between Brain Cell Development and Schizophrenia Removed

Scientists from Cardiff University have further enhanced existing knowledge of how schizophrenia and other mental health disorders arise, by discovering new connections with brain cell development. They say brain development is a “complex choreography” of cell proliferation, specification, growth, migration and network formation. Nature Communication . Their research shows for the first time how genetic … Read more

Can Sugar Testing Help Protect Us Against Future Epidemics?

Can Sugar Testing Help Protect Us Against Future Epidemics?

While the world’s attention is still focused on COVID-19, which continues to ravage the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) has urged scientists to broaden their interest in the potential for a future ‘disease X’. The number of high-threatening pathogens such as SARS, MERS, Lassa, Ebola and avian flu has been increasing in recent years. … Read more

Credit Suisse chief resigns over COVID-19 violations in latest setback

Credit Suisse chief resigns over COVID-19 violations in latest setback

President Antonio Horta Osorio apologizes for personal actions Termination within one year after taking responsibility for the reissue of the lender Bank appoints former UBS CEO Axel Lehmann as Chairman of the Board Credit Suisse announced a major renewal in November SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The head of Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) has resigned after breaching COVID-19 … Read more

Infectiousness can last more than five days; COVID-19 is worse for newspapers

Infectiousness can last more than five days;  COVID-19 is worse for newspapers

January 14 (Reuters) – Below is a summary of some recent work on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to confirm the findings and that has not yet been validated by peer review. Many people can still be contagious after 5 days of quarantine After a five-day quarantine, about a third of people … Read more

Greater Risk of COVID-19 if Under Stress

Greater Risk of COVID-19 if Under Stress

Researchers from the University of Nottingham School of Medicine, King’s College London and the University of Auckland in New Zealand concluded that COVID-19 infection and symptoms may be more common among those experiencing high psychological distress. In their study published in the journal Annuals of Behavioral Medicine , the researchers point out, that stress, social … Read more

UK PM faces more revelations of COVID party shutdown reasons: LIVE | Corona virus pandemic news

UK PM faces more revelations of COVID party shutdown reasons: LIVE |  Corona virus pandemic news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing more allegations of his office throwing “rave parties” while no one else in the country has been able to socialize due to strict rules on social distancing. US President Joe Biden said his administration will buy 500 million COVID-19 tests quickly to better deal with the spread of … Read more