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For people living with health workers who were fully vaccinated, their risk of Covid was found to be at least 54% lower.
Health secretary says he wants to avoid coronavirus spreading between the generations.
Football's Concussion Crisis Tells Us As Much About The Dangers Of Sport As It Does About The Society We Live In
New findings on sports injuries reflect how as a society we are obsessed by dementia and in a panic about its impact on both individuals and the wider population, academic Dominic Malcolm writes.
Reparations are meant to redress the structural and profound financial imbalances created by the slave trade, not to boost the reach and status of a western university, writer Claire Heuchan writes.
Could this be the solution to range anxiety?
The shadow Scotland minister is tipped for the top.
Former shipbuilder and army reservist Paul Sweeney clinched Glasgow North East from the SNP at the 2017 General Election
'Patient safety is the most important thing.'
Hundreds of medical students at one of Scotland’s top universities will be forced to resit a clinical exam amid allegations