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 Lazy girl workouts are as important as hitting the gym 12 Jan 8:36pm Updated Lazy girl workouts are as important as hitting the gym
New York fitness experts told Daily Mail Online that going for a light jog, swim, walk or bike ride can strengthen your heart and be good for mental health.
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 Diarrhoea and vomiting bug has been found in tap water 12 Jan 8:21pm Updated Diarrhoea and vomiting bug has been found in tap water
People living in Clevedon with a postcode of BS21 or BS49 have been told to boil their drinking water until further notice after the parasite Cryptosporidium, was found in local samples.
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C.D.C. Postpones Session Preparing Us for Nuclear War 12 Jan 8:17pm C.D.C. Postpones Session Preparing Us for Nuclear War
After the agency’s workshop attracted considerable media attention, especially given President Trump’s recent words with North Korea, the session has been postponed.
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To Get Medicaid in Kentucky, Many Will Have to Work. Advocates for the Poor Are Horrified. 12 Jan 6:29pm To Get Medicaid in Kentucky, Many Will Have to Work. Advocates for the Poor Are Horrified.
Led by the state’s Republican governor, the plan calls for many Medicaid recipients ages 19-64 to work at least 20 hours a week, beginning in July.
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 Junk food is as harmful to your body as a disease 12 Jan 3:39pm Updated Junk food is as harmful to your body as a disease
Eating fast food could be just as harmful as catching a life-threatening disease, according to new research from the University of Bonn.
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 Flu epidemic is crippling America particularly kids 12 Jan 3:39pm Updated Flu epidemic is crippling America particularly kids
While this year's epidemic is still shy of the devastating death toll seen in 2014/2015, officials warn the rate of cases is severe, and this season is set to be the second-worst on record, the CDC says.
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Inside the Global Relay Race to Deliver Moly-99 12 Jan 3:38pm Updated Inside the Global Relay Race to Deliver Moly-99
The isotope is a cancer-detecting necessity, but is decays within days and isn’t made in North America. A company is rushing to build a plant in Wisconsin to change that.
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 Patients urged to get treatment in Calais in NHS crisis 12 Jan 2:57pm Updated Patients urged to get treatment in Calais in NHS crisis
Calais Hospital, ran in partnership with health chiefs in south Kent, is able to offer 'fast care to any NHS patient' - as hospitals in England reach crisis point.
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 Betty White credits hot dogs and vodka for her old age 12 Jan 2:42pm Updated Betty White credits hot dogs and vodka for her old age
The actress is nearing 96, an age she's reached with the help of hot dogs, vodka and a sunny outlook. We break down why Betty's seemingly bad habits have kept her happy and healthy for nearly a century.
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 Spending too much time sat down builds fat around organs 12 Jan 2:25pm Updated Spending too much time sat down builds fat around organs
People who spent the most amount of time sitting down had the most visceral fat around their organs, found the University of Leicester study.
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 Parents sue for daughter to use medical marijuana 12 Jan 2:10pm Parents sue for daughter to use medical marijuana
An 11-year-old girl with leukemia suffers seizures due to years of chemotherapy. Her parents are suing the Chicago school district for banning her use of medical marijuana.
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 Flu will reach epidemic proportions in Britain in 2 weeks 12 Jan 2:09pm Updated Flu will reach epidemic proportions in Britain in 2 weeks
EXCLUSIVE: Wales will reach their threshold of cases next week, while the other three home nations will follow the week after, if cases of flu continue to escalate at their current speed.
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 Pregnant women prescribed antibiotics that may harm baby 12 Jan 2:04pm Pregnant women prescribed antibiotics that may harm baby
The CDC found that more doctors are treating their pregnant patients' urinary tract infections with one of two antibiotics that may cause birth defects, despite warnings against doing so issued in 2011.
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 Stomach fat is linked to a stressful lifestyle 12 Jan 1:43pm Stomach fat is linked to a stressful lifestyle
Excess cortisol – the so-called stress hormone – can increase stomach fat. Colorado-based health expert Jackie Wicks explains the signs that you're suffering from 'stress belly'.
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 Betty White, 95 credits hot dogs and vodka for her old age 12 Jan 1:28pm Betty White, 95 credits hot dogs and vodka for her old age
Actress and comedian is approaching 96, an age she says she's reached with the help of hot dogs, vodka and a sunny outlook. Research backs up her focus on being happy over eating healthy.
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 Patients are being urged to get treatment in CALAIS 12 Jan 1:15pm Patients are being urged to get treatment in CALAIS
Calais Hospital, ran in partnership with health chiefs in south Kent, is able to offer 'fast care to any NHS patient' - as hospitals in England reach crisis point.
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 Pregnant women prescribed antibiotics cause birth defects 12 Jan 1:02pm Pregnant women prescribed antibiotics cause birth defects
The CDC found that more doctors are treating their pregnant patients' urinary tract infections with one of two antibiotics that may cause birth defects, despite warnings against doing so issued in 2011.
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In Wisconsin, Hopes Rise for Production of a Lifesaving Radioactive Isotope 12 Jan 11:25am Updated In Wisconsin, Hopes Rise for Production of a Lifesaving Radioactive Isotope
Inside the strange, global relay race that delivers (and sometimes fails to deliver) moly-99, a cancer-detecting necessity to America’s hospitals.
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 Parents sue for daughter, 11, to use medical marijuana 12 Jan 10:55am Parents sue for daughter, 11, to use medical marijuana
An 11-year-old girl with leukemia suffers seizures due to years of chemotherapy. Her parents are suing the Chicago school district for banning her use of medical marijuana.
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 Asthma costs America more than $80 billion a year 12 Jan 10:22am Updated Asthma costs America more than $80 billion a year
The new CDC data shows the respiratory disease, affecting around 15.4 million Americans, is almost as costly to the nation as cancer, which absorbs $87 billion of healthcare spending.
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 Dementia-sufferer never forgot her favorite song 12 Jan 7:50am Dementia-sufferer never forgot her favorite song
Mary-Lou Versteegh, from London in Ontario, often sang to her granddaughter Nicole Coenen, 24, until, in 2009, the former orchard owner was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and moved to a nursing home.
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Personality issue 12 Jan 7:07am Personality issue
Professionals are asking for earlier and better treatment for this poorly understood condition.
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 A man asked Siri to call for help as he suffered a stroke 12 Jan 6:49am A man asked Siri to call for help as he suffered a stroke
Rob Belt, 24, stopped to post a parcel on his way home to Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire, on December 18, 2017, when he started feeling dizzy. He managed to ask Siri to call his fiancée.
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 Chewing mints makes bad breath worse 12 Jan 6:17am Chewing mints makes bad breath worse
The sugar in mints not only rots teeth but causes odours, according to dentist James Buchanan from North Lanarkshire, Scotland. He reveals what foods will wash away odour-causing particles.
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Ask Well: Is There a Downside to Going Gluten-Free if You’re Healthy? 12 Jan 6:00am Updated Ask Well: Is There a Downside to Going Gluten-Free if You’re Healthy?
A gluten-free or grain-free diet can pose risks for someone who is not highly sensitive to gluten. Such a diet is also unlikely to provide benefits.
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 Flu deaths soar by 77% in a week, figures show 12 Jan 5:56am Updated Flu deaths soar by 77% in a week, figures show
At least 93 people have lost their lives to the flu already this winter - 85 in England and eight in Scotland. Nearly 2,000 people have been left in hospital from the virus.
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 The supplements scientists use to protect their health 12 Jan 5:41am The supplements scientists use to protect their health
With so many supplements on the market, and so little research to back them up, choosing the right one can be a nightmare. Six experts explain what they take and why their daily doses help their health.
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 Cancer caused by BRCA gene less dangerous than thought 12 Jan 4:31am Updated Cancer caused by BRCA gene less dangerous than thought
The research, led by the University of Southampton, concludes that BRCA-mutated breast cancer is no more dangerous or aggressive than any other form of the disease.
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 NHS A&E waiting times hit worst on record, figures show 12 Jan 4:14am Updated NHS A&E waiting times hit worst on record, figures show
Data from NHS England shows that over 6,000 more people waited more than half an hour in an ambulance in the first week of January than in early December.
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Teenager dies after catching flu virus 12 Jan 3:23am Teenager dies after catching flu virus
Tributes are paid to an 18-year-old woman who died in hospital a week after becoming ill.
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 Brazilian teen becomes fifth person cured of rabies 12 Jan 3:07am Updated Brazilian teen becomes fifth person cured of rabies
Mateus dos Santos da Silva, from Rio Unini, contacted the virus last November. He had a pioneering treatment that saw him placed in an induced coma to protect his brain,
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Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid 12 Jan 1:28am Updated Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid
Federal officials said they would support state efforts to require able-bodied adults to work as a condition of eligibility for Medicaid.
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