On the first year anniversary of the UK-wide lockdown, and the beginning of 12 months which impacted on everyone’s lives, today marks the arrival of a new piece of life-saving kit which has the pot
More than half of the adult population in Tayside has received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.
A simple test to identify patients at increased risk of death from Covid-19 could be a step closer thanks to a funding grant made by the University of Dundee.
The Vaccination Programme in Tayside has now delivered more than 174,000 jabs with those aged 55 to 59 next to receive blue envelope invitations.
An international panel, led by the University of Dundee’s Professor James Chalmers, has recommended a combination of two drugs that can reduce the complications of Covid-19 by up to 40%.
Using breast screening clinics to introduce lifestyle advice has the potential to improve women’s health, a University of Dundee study has found.
The impact that an ageing population has on the health and wellbeing of individuals, groups, communities and societies, and what we can do to address these challenges, will be the focus of a Univer
The Vaccination Programme across Scotland is moving to the next priority groups with those over 60 in Tayside seeing the arrival of their appointments in blue envelopes this week.
More than 10,000 volunteers have signed up for a new UK-wide study run by the University of Dundee which is monitoring all Covid-19 vaccines approved for use in the country.