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  1. Increase in delirium, rare brain inflammation and stroke linked to…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jul/increase-delirium-rare-brain-inflammation-and-stroke-linked-covid-19

    8 Jul 2020: Neurological complications of Covid-19 can include delirium, brain inflammation, stroke and nerve damage, finds a new UCL and UCLH-led study.

    Neurological complications of Covid-19 can include delirium, brain inflammation, stroke and nerve damage, finds a new UCL and UCLH-led study.

  2. Levels of depression and anxiety higher amongst those from BAME…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jul/levels-depression-and-anxiety-higher-amongst-those-bame-backgrounds-during-lockdown

    3 Jul 2020: People from BAME backgrounds have had higher levels of depression and anxiety throughout the Covid-19 lockdown, as well as lower levels of happiness and life satisfaction, finds UCL’s Covid-19 Social Study.

    People from BAME backgrounds have had higher levels of depression and anxiety throughout the Covid-19 lockdown, as well as lower levels of happiness and life satisfaction, finds UCL’s Covid-19 Social Study.

  3. Learn from the pandemic to prevent environmental catastrophe | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jul/learn-pandemic-prevent-environmental-catastrophe

    2 Jul 2020: The dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic share “striking similarities” with the twin environmental crises of global heating and species extinction, argue a team of scientists and policy experts involving UCL.

    The dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic share “striking similarities” with the twin environmental crises of global heating and species extinction, argue a team of scientists and policy experts involving UCL.

  4. Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light | UCL School …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/declining-eyesight-improved-looking-deep-red-light

    29 Jun 2020: Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.

    Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.

  5. COVID-19: National PTSD screening programme urgently needed | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/covid-19-national-ptsd-screening-programme-urgently-needed

    29 Jun 2020: Patients affected by COVID-19 need to be urgently screened for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and receive regular check-ups for at least a year. The ‘call to action’ is led by UCL psychiatrists and psychologists, who formed the ‘COVID

    Patients affected by COVID-19 need to be urgently screened for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and receive regular check-ups for at least a year. The ‘call to action’ is led by UCL psychiatrists and psychologists, who formed the ‘COVID

  6. Third of people report enjoying lockdown | UCL School of Life and…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/third-people-report-enjoying-lockdown

    26 Jun 2020: On balance a third of people in the UK have been enjoying the lockdown, while 46% have not been enjoying it and 21% have mixed feelings, finds UCL’s Covid-19 Social Study.

    On balance a third of people in the UK have been enjoying the lockdown, while 46% have not been enjoying it and 21% have mixed feelings, finds UCL’s Covid-19 Social Study.

  7. UK-wide study describes brain complications in patients with severe…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/uk-wide-study-describes-brain-complications-patients-severe-covid-19

    26 Jun 2020: Neurological and psychiatric complications observed in critically ill patients during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, shine new light on conditions which may be linked to coronavirus, finds new research co-led by UCL.

    Neurological and psychiatric complications observed in critically ill patients during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, shine new light on conditions which may be linked to coronavirus, finds new research co-led by UCL.

  8. Care home testing to launch to understand spread of COVID-19 | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/care-home-testing-launch-understand-spread-covid-19

    25 Jun 2020: Around 10,000 people who work or reside in care homes will be given repeat testing as part of a new UCL-led government cohort study.

    Around 10,000 people who work or reside in care homes will be given repeat testing as part of a new UCL-led government cohort study.

  9. New study into Covid-19 transmission and immunity launched | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/new-study-covid-19-transmission-and-immunity-launched

    23 Jun 2020: UCL has launched Virus Watch, inviting 42,500 people to take part in one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of Covid-19 in the UK to study the next phase of the pandemic.

    UCL has launched Virus Watch, inviting 42,500 people to take part in one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of Covid-19 in the UK to study the next phase of the pandemic.

  10. Covid-19: Most disadvantaged 9 times more likely to struggle paying…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2020/jun/covid-19-most-disadvantaged-9-times-more-likely-struggle-paying-bills

    23 Jun 2020: Adults in the lowest socio-economic group have been almost nine times more likely to struggle to pay the bills compared to those from higher socio-economic groups, finds a new UCL study examining adversity relating to Covid-19.

    Adults in the lowest socio-economic group have been almost nine times more likely to struggle to pay the bills compared to those from higher socio-economic groups, finds a new UCL study examining adversity relating to Covid-19.

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