Our findings suggest lockdown made it harder for us to accurately remember when significant events happened.
Dogs love to sniff, and they’re good at it.
Credit payment holidays were made available in the UK to help people manage the financial strain of the pandemic.
Studies from multiple countries have found that long COVID is linked to an increased likelihood of not working. Here’s what’s happened in the UK.
Could CBT, a widely used form of ‘talking therapy’, help people who have persistent fatigue after having COVID? A recent study suggests it could.
We found the protection offered by COVID vaccines wanes more quickly in people with severe obesity compared to those of normal weight.
Home working was implemented during the pandemic to contain the spread of COVID. But how did it affect our mental health?
COVID no longer constitutes a public health emergency of international concern, but we need to be better prepared for future pandemics.
This variant seems to be causing a new symptom not commonly seen with earlier COVID strains.
The app will be discontinued on April 27, 2023.
A vaccine produced by Sanofi is being given as part of the 2023 spring booster campaign. An immunology expert explains how it works.
A new study has attempted to quantify the pandemic’s effects on global health by surveying people across 13 countries.
The COVID pandemic has left lingering consequences both for people receiving adult social care and support in England, and for the workforce delivering it.
The ONS’ Coronavirus Infection Survey has ceased after three years. Two experts explain why it was a uniquely useful source of data.
New research finds the COVID pandemic has disproportionately affected the mental health and financial circumstances of adults with long-term mental health problems.
Certain immune cells acquired from a coronavirus that causes the common cold appear to react to COVID – but more so in children that adults.
New reports suggest the pandemic’s origins may be linked to raccoon dogs sold at Wuhan’s Huanan Wholesale Seafood Market. A virologist explains.
Air pollution can increase COVID risk by weakening our immune defences and exacerbating underlying health conditions.
There are a range of reasons people with long COVID may have poorer mental health.
It’s likely a combination of the incidence of viral outbreaks increasing, and the fact we’re getting better at detecting them.