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 Children could hold the key to curing sepsis 18 Jun 9:00pm Children could hold the key to curing sepsis
Sepsis – dubbed the ‘silent killer’ because it is so hard to spot – kills at least 44,000 people a year. Pictured: File photo of a sepsis sufferer being helped to her car.
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 Why that flashing light in your eyes could be a warning of blindness 18 Jun 8:11pm Why that flashing light in your eyes could be a warning of blindness
The average risk of retinal detachment is pretty low — about one in 10,000. But if you’re not operated on — and quickly — you can go blind. This is Gill Hudson's story...
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 Couple re-mortgaged their home to raise £50k for failed rounds of IVF 18 Jun 7:43pm Updated Couple re-mortgaged their home to raise £50k for failed rounds of IVF
Kim Watkinson, 47, and her husband Graham, 48, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, started trying for a baby a year after meeting in 2005. They welcomed their daughters in 2016.
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 Can a plastic bracelet really ease painful wrists? 18 Jun 7:41pm Updated Can a plastic bracelet really ease painful wrists?
The device works by pulling skin and soft tissue towards it, thereby easing pressure on the nerve that causes symptoms. Known as Wrist-Aid, it's designed to ease pressure on the nerve without surgery.
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 Psychotic states of America: Study reveals which states have more psychopaths 18 Jun 6:57pm Psychotic states of America: Study reveals which states have more psychopaths
The paper, by Southern Methodist University in Texas, used data on the 'big five' personality traits in every state of America, then looked for areas where people were more or less psychopathic.
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 How a positive outlook can transform cancer care 18 Jun 6:54pm Updated How a positive outlook can transform cancer care
Travel writer Ileana von Hirsch discovered that the experience of having cancer can have its comedic moments - and finding them makes all the difference.
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 Cystic fibrosis patient left in chronic pain after getting a TATTOO 18 Jun 6:30pm Cystic fibrosis patient left in chronic pain after getting a TATTOO
The unnamed woman, from Scotland, had a large coloured ink tattoo on her left thigh in 2015 - but developed chronic pain within months. Doctors published the case in the BMJ Case Reports.
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 Kim Kardashian DELETES Instagram post with morning sickness pill 18 Jun 5:37pm Kim Kardashian DELETES Instagram post with morning sickness pill
Kim Kardashian, 37, deleted an Instagram post promoting Bonjesta, approved by the FDA to treat morning sickness. She has been criticized for similar posts not mentioning side effects.
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 Some heal wounds faster and others fight infection, but which super-plasters are worth the money? 18 Jun 5:23pm Some heal wounds faster and others fight infection, but which super-plasters are worth the money?
Gone are the days when the only choice of plaster was a fabric strip. But which do you need? Here's your guide to the best super-plasters on the market.
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 Indian doctors save girl, 19, who has lived her whole life with her organs outside her body 18 Jun 4:53pm Indian doctors save girl, 19, who has lived her whole life with her organs outside her body
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sauda Suleiman Amour was born 19 years ago with her liver in a skin sac outside her body. Finally, Indian doctors have put the organs back into her body.
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 Ditch your pills to beat heart disease! 18 Jun 4:43pm Updated Ditch your pills to beat heart disease!
Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra and Professor Dame Sue Bailey, chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, are behind the move.
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 Could YOU recognize the signs of OCD? 18 Jun 4:19pm Updated Could YOU recognize the signs of OCD?
'OCD' has come to be used as an off-the-cuff statement. In reality, it is much more serious. Lynn Crilly explains the disorder which David Beckham, Megan Fox and Charlize Theron have all battled.
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 Did England listen to Rihanna before World Cup match 18 Jun 4:09pm Did England listen to Rihanna before World Cup match
Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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 Electric shocks could help stroke victims regain movement 18 Jun 3:30pm Electric shocks could help stroke victims regain movement
A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, has found that sending electric shocks to the brain may help stroke victims regain movement in their arms and legs.
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 Man recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle 18 Jun 3:24pm Man recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle
Steven Featley, 23, from Stoke Ash in Suffolk, had his sixth liver transplant last year as part of a lifelong battle with rare condition biliary atresia, which he has had since he was six weeks old.
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 One third of teens take supplements and shun mainstream drugs 18 Jun 3:11pm One third of teens take supplements and shun mainstream drugs
The supplement and alternative medicine market is booming - twice as many children are now customers as were a decade ago, according to the new University of Illinois, Chicago research.
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 Children with higher testosterone less likely to share their toys 18 Jun 2:50pm Children with higher testosterone less likely to share their toys
The new study was led by experts from the University of Vienna. It's known those who have an index finger that is shorter than their ring finger are exposed to greater amounts of testosterone in the womb.
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 Migraines cost the economy £3.3 billion a year 18 Jun 2:38pm Updated Migraines cost the economy £3.3 billion a year
Researchers from Novartis, Paris, found that sufferers need up to 33 days off work a year to cope with their condition. Over 38 million people in the US and six million in the UK suffer migraines.
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 Comfort eating is caused by stress at the dinner table in childhood 18 Jun 2:08pm Updated Comfort eating is caused by stress at the dinner table in childhood
The study, from University College London and published in Pediatric Obesity, suggests that genes are ‘largely unimportant’ when it comes to emotionally over- or under-eating.
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 A third of teens take supplements and the rate shunning mainstream drugs has DOUBLED in 15 years  18 Jun 1:49pm Updated A third of teens take supplements and the rate shunning mainstream drugs has DOUBLED in 15 years 
The supplement and alternative medicine market is booming - twice as many children are now customers as were a decade ago, according to the new University of Illinois, Chicago research.
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 Are YOU at risk of developing a shock blood clot from flying? 18 Jun 1:40pm Updated Are YOU at risk of developing a shock blood clot from flying?
Travel-related deep vein thrombosis (DVT) has remained a hot topic ever since the link with long-haul flights was first recognized in the last 10 years. Dr Sarah Brewer lays out the risk factors.
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 Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about body dysmorphia 18 Jun 1:32pm Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about body dysmorphia
Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, from Melbourne, had a tumultuous relationship with food in the past and are now trying to inform others about the dangers of body dysmorphia.
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 Compulsive video-game playing qualifies as a mental health condition 18 Jun 1:27pm Compulsive video-game playing qualifies as a mental health condition
The U.N. health agency said classifying 'Gaming Disorder' as a separate condition will 'serve a public health purpose for countries to be better prepared to identify this issue.'
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 Stroke victims could regain the use of their arms and legs from receiving electric shocksbrain 18 Jun 1:12pm Stroke victims could regain the use of their arms and legs from receiving electric shocksbrain
A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, has found that sending electric shocks to the brain may help stroke victims regain movement in their arms and legs.
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 England should listen to Rihanna before World Cup match tonight 18 Jun 12:42pm England should listen to Rihanna before World Cup match tonight
Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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 England should listen to Rihanna before their World Cup match tonight 18 Jun 12:33pm Updated England should listen to Rihanna before their World Cup match tonight
Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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 Should healthy people take probiotics? 18 Jun 12:21pm Updated Should healthy people take probiotics?
By many accounts, probiotics can improve the number and diversity of 'good' gut bacteria that help to keep the digestive system healthy, experts from two Australian universities claim.
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 Children with higher levels of testosterone are less likely to share their toys 18 Jun 12:14pm Children with higher levels of testosterone are less likely to share their toys
The new study was led by experts from the University of Vienna. It's known those who have an index finger that is shorter than their ring finger are exposed to greater amounts of testosterone in the womb.
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 Man, 23, recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle against rare condition 18 Jun 11:46am Man, 23, recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle against rare condition
Steven Featley, 23, from Stoke Ash in Suffolk, had his sixth liver transplant last year as part of a lifelong battle with rare condition biliary atresia, which he has had since he was six weeks old.
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 How epileptic Samantha Price has battled odds to become beauty queen 18 Jun 11:05am Updated How epileptic Samantha Price has battled odds to become beauty queen
Samantha Price, 30, from Pontypool, Wales, was told her daughter Mia Crowley, now eight, had a rare form of epilepsy when she was just a few months old. Mia, now eight, is now on medication for condition.
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 Compulsive video-game playing now qualifies as a mental health condition 18 Jun 10:58am Compulsive video-game playing now qualifies as a mental health condition
The U.N. health agency said classifying 'Gaming Disorder' as a separate condition will 'serve a public health purpose for countries to be better prepared to identify this issue.'
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 Millennials are set to become the first generation with worse health than their parents 18 Jun 10:40am Millennials are set to become the first generation with worse health than their parents
Young people face greater long-term stress, anxiety and depression due to the rise of insecure work arrangements, a report by the Health Foundation think-tank has found.
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 Vitamin D can prevent breast cancer 18 Jun 10:14am Updated Vitamin D can prevent breast cancer
Researchers from the non-profit organisation GrassrootsHealth, San Diego, California, found that those with 60ng/ml are a fifth less likely to suffer than those with just 20ng/ml.
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 Vitamin D can prevent BREAST CANCER: 18 Jun 9:17am Vitamin D can prevent BREAST CANCER:
Researchers from the non-profit organisation GrassrootsHealth, San Diego, California, found that those with 60ng/ml are a fifth less likely to suffer than those with just 20ng/ml.
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 British teen developed Georgian disease cowpox after feeding cattle 18 Jun 7:53am Updated British teen developed Georgian disease cowpox after feeding cattle
The unnamed boy, from the Wrexham-Cheshire border, broke out in itchy lesions on his hands, feet and arms after caring for calves on his family's farm. He has recovered but is scarred.
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 How party dips can give you Norovirus and even herpes 18 Jun 7:41am Updated How party dips can give you Norovirus and even herpes
Microbiologists reveal on Channel 4's Food Unwrapped how double dipping can spread bacteria very quickly as even a small amount of someone's saliva in a dip will allow germs to multiply.
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 British teen developed the Georgian disease cowpox after feeding cattle 18 Jun 6:21am British teen developed the Georgian disease cowpox after feeding cattle
The unnamed boy, from the Wrexham-Cheshire border, broke out in itchy lesions on his hands, feet and arms after caring for calves on his family farm. He has recovered but is scarred.
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 Hay fever hell for millions as pollen levels hit their highest for 12 years this week  18 Jun 5:41am Hay fever hell for millions as pollen levels hit their highest for 12 years this week 
People with hay fever are likely to suffer this week as pollen levels reach their highest in over a decade, according to the Met Office, and as many as 20 million people may have the allergy.
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 Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about their body dysmorphia 18 Jun 4:18am Updated Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about their body dysmorphia
Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, from Melbourne, had a tumultuous relationship with food in the past and are now trying to inform others about the dangers of body dysmorphia.
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 Woman, 23, with a split tongue and blue EYEBALLS 18 Jun 3:54am Updated Woman, 23, with a split tongue and blue EYEBALLS
Admitting her addiction to tattoos started at the tender age of 16, NSW woman Amber Luke has 57 inkings on her body - including a mandala on her decolletage and forehead.
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