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Booster shot aids transplant patients; one in 10 UK patients caught COVID in hospital

A joint research by Dr. Jason Yam, Associate Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences has shown that children spending more time on screens under the pandemic led to an increased rate of myopia.

CUHK researchers develop stool test for autism

A research by the Faculty of Medicine has revealed that children with autism have delayed gut microbiome maturity, and faecal bacterial markers have been identified for autism prediction.

China uncovers neurodegeneration mechanism of Alzheimer’s

A research led by Professor Kim Chow, Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences uncovers the neurodegeneration mechanism of Alzheimer’s, and it supports the nutrient-based approach to managing the disease.

Children with obstructive sleep apnoea at higher risk of hypertension, Hong Kong researchers find

A research by the Department of Paediatrics has uncovered that children with obstructive sleep Apnoea are at high risk of hypertension in adulthood.

Abnormal temperatures responsible for 2.6 million deaths in Asia every year, global study finds

A commentary from Professor William Goggins, Associate Professor, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care on a study about the association between global deaths and extreme temperatures.

Cool Impact of Trees (Croucher Ecology Issue Four by Croucher Foundation)

Professor Joe Lee, Director of Simon F S Li Marine Science Laboratory and Professor Amos Tai, Associate Professor, Earth System Science Programme gave their expert views on how mangroves and trees help to mitigate the impacts of climate change.