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‘Morning sickness’ is misleading and inaccurate, new study argues

The term ‘morning sickness’ is misleading and should instead be described as nausea and sickness in pregnancy, argue researchers led by the University of Warwick who have demonstrated that these symptoms can occur at any time of the day – not just the morning.

Tue 30 Jun 2020, 11:42 | Tags: Health, research, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

University of Warwick joins major programme to help develop Covid-19 antibody tests to track level of infection in the community

Medical students from the University of Warwick are helping to develop antibody tests for Covid-19 by conducting tests for key workers recruited from the police and fire service in the West Midlands.

Tue 30 Jun 2020, 11:39 | Tags: Health, research, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

Care Companion demonstrates vital role of online resources in carers’ wellbeing during lockdown

The role that online resources have played in supporting the wellbeing of unpaid carers and keeping them connected during the COVID-19 lockdown is being highlighted this week by the University of Warwick team behind Care Companion, an online tool that has been supporting over 300 carers in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Tue 09 Jun 2020, 11:40 | Tags: Health, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

GP practices keen to improve patient and staff health by linking with local parkrun events, survey by University of Warwick shows

Building connections between GP practices and local parkrun events could help to improve the health and wellbeing of patients and staff, finds a new study by the University of Warwick.

Tue 02 Jun 2020, 11:30 | Tags: Health, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

Women’s health services adapting well to COVID-19, but concerns remain for long-term: new survey

The majority of women’s healthcare units in the UK, including services such as maternity and gynaecological cancers, have adapted well to the initial COVID-19 outbreak, according to a new survey by University of Warwick researchers.

Thu 28 May 2020, 08:28 | Tags: Health, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

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