Pregnant women who had Covid vaccine 15% LESS likely to suffer stillbirth, ‘reassuring’ study finds

A team of British researchers, who reviewed more than 20 studies involving 120,000 pregnant women who received mRNA vaccines, also found that the jab is 90% effective in preventing infection.

Pregnant women who are vaccinated against Covid are ‘significantly’ less likely to suffer a stillbirth compared to those not vaccinated, research has found. There had been widespread safety concerns over stings among pregnant women, which saw them become one of the least vaccinated groups in the country. Their fears were seized upon by anti-vaxx conspiracy … Read more

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

It is the first vaccine to be “inactivated whole virus”, which is a traditional approach that has been used for decades to make vaccines against other diseases, including polio and influenza. This approach is less effective at making specific antibodies than existing stings, but scientists believe it may provide more comprehensive protection and be superior … Read more

Crucial role of our ‘Junk DNA’ is revealed as whole human genome is finally decoded

Crucial role of our ‘Junk DNA’ is revealed as whole human genome is finally decoded

“We now know that many diseases are linked to structural repeats in the centromere, and now that these sequences are no longer missing from the human reference genome, we can begin to map the origins of these diseases.” To complete the genome, the scientists used DNA from a non-cancerous tumor called a hydatidiform mole, which … Read more

Nigella Lawson, opens up about living in the moment and shares how she grew her Instagram following

Good Housekeeping: Nigella Lawson has opened up about living in the moment as she realized 'life is too short' after facing many difficult times over the years

‘Life is too short’: Nigella Lawson, 62, talks about living in the moment and how she grew her social media during the pandemic By Codie Bullen for Mailonline Published: 02:02 BST, 30 March 2022 | Update: 07:01 BST, March 30, 2022 Nigella Lawson has spoken of living in the moment as she realized ‘life is … Read more

Sarah Jessica Parker’s three children on carpet

A trio: The three children of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick – her son James Wiklie, 19, stood next to her twin sisters Marion Loretta and Tabitha Hodge, aged 12 – were seen on Monday

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick were seen on the red carpet for their Neil Simon play Broadway Plaza Suite which debuted Monday in New York. But it was also a family affair since the actors’ three children also did the part, taking the time to pose on the red carpet beforehand, which is very … Read more

Mindy Kaling, 42, continues to show off her dramatic weight loss

Hot new look!  Mindy Kaling posed in a shirtless black suit adding heels as she dressed for a night out on Saturday

Mindy Kaling stunned her Instagram followers earlier this week when she posted an image of herself in a sexy, plunging black dress that revealed she had lost a lot of weight. The beauty has yet to comment on how or why she has dropped several dress sizes over the past few months. But on Saturday, … Read more

Britain’s Got Talent to return in April! As ITV release a brand-new promo of the shows best bits

Coming soon: Britain's Got Talent will be back in April!  ITV released a brand new promo of the show's best bits on Saturday

Britain’s Got Talent is set to return to TV screens in April, with ITV releasing the first trailer ahead of the new series. In an official promo released on Saturday, the bosses revealed that the much-loved variety talent show will return next month after a two-year absence, giving fans a look back at some of … Read more

Don’t turn away those who come early for Covid booster vaccination, doctors told amid surging cases

Don’t turn away those who come early for Covid booster vaccination, doctors told amid surging cases

Infections in Scotland have hit a new record, with one in 11, or nearly half a million people (473,800), estimated to have had Covid-19 in the past week. That’s up from 376,300, or one in 14, the week before. Wales also saw its third consecutive rise in infections, with the figure rising from 125,400 people, … Read more

Study finds death rates lower among severely ill Covid patients given cheap painkiller

The graph above from the George Washington University study shows that survival rates were slightly higher for patients who received aspirin (blue line) than for those who did not receive the drug (yellow line).  Scientists said those given the drug were 15% less likely to die

Giving aspirin to hospitalized Covid patients might after all increase their chances of survival, a large study has found. The cheap painkiller showed promise in the papers last year, but was written off after a major UK trial found it had no effect on people seriously ill with coronavirus. But new research from George Washington … Read more