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 Taking five hot baths a week could prevent the risk of heart attack or stroke, says experts 21 Jun 7:11pm Taking five hot baths a week could prevent the risk of heart attack or stroke, says experts
Taking five hot baths per week can reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack or a stroke, say researchers from Japan's Ehime University. It is claimed a dip at 106F is good for blood flow.
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 Red meat raises women’s risk of endometriosis by more than 50% 21 Jun 5:48pm Red meat raises women’s risk of endometriosis by more than 50%
Researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Washington, found that unprocessed meats, such as steak, are more strongly linked to the condition than bacon.
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 Bisexual men are at higher risk for heart disease than any other men 21 Jun 5:46pm Updated Bisexual men are at higher risk for heart disease than any other men
Bisexual men have the highest rates of risk factors for heart disease of any men. This is driven in part by the fact poor mental health is twice as common among them as straight men, an NYU study shows.
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 Paralyzed Minnesota doctor returns to work after injuring his spine 21 Jun 5:16pm Paralyzed Minnesota doctor returns to work after injuring his spine
Dr Daniel Grossman, 37, an ER doctor at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has returned to work months after a biking accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.
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 Boy, 9, left with an untreatable hole in his eye after playing with a laser pointer 21 Jun 4:50pm Boy, 9, left with an untreatable hole in his eye after playing with a laser pointer
Normally macular holes are treatable, but the surgery inevitably causes cataracts, which permanently clouds vision. However, in this case in Greece, even that wasn't an option.
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 Eating a balanced diet cuts risk of cancer death by 65% 21 Jun 4:44pm Updated Eating a balanced diet cuts risk of cancer death by 65%
There are countless 'magic bullet' lifestyle tips for cancer patients. But a new Florida study has found remarkable benefits to something much more general: simply to eat a healthy balanced diet.
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 Boston man awarded $18.4m after doctors canceled his HIV test 21 Jun 4:28pm Updated Boston man awarded $18.4m after doctors canceled his HIV test
Sean Stentiford, 48, was awarded $18.4 million from a federal jury on Monday after doctors canceled his HIV test, only for a later test to determine he had the virus and it had developed into AIDS.
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 Medics quit NHS to pursue better work-like balance 21 Jun 4:03pm Updated Medics quit NHS to pursue better work-like balance
Around 18,000 medics in England handed in their notice between April last year and March, according to official statistics - a jump on the 6,700 who left for this reason between 2011 and 2012.
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 Being underweight increases breast cancer risk in pre-menopausal women 21 Jun 3:14pm Being underweight increases breast cancer risk in pre-menopausal women
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research, London, found that carrying too little weight between the ages of 18 and 24 is particularly risky. Women should not deliberately gain weight.
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 Changing the colours given off by mobiles and TVs could combat both daytime sleepiness, study finds 21 Jun 2:36pm Updated Changing the colours given off by mobiles and TVs could combat both daytime sleepiness, study finds
Researchers from the University of Manchester found that adding or removing a turquoise hue to phone screen's three primary colours tricks the brain into thinking it is day or night time.
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 Two or more servings of red meat a week raises women’s risk of endometriosis by more than 50% 21 Jun 1:59pm Updated Two or more servings of red meat a week raises women’s risk of endometriosis by more than 50%
Researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Washington, found that unprocessed meats, such as steak, are more strongly linked to the condition than bacon.
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 Standing up could lower your risk of diabetes 21 Jun 1:34pm Standing up could lower your risk of diabetes
The amount of time spent sitting has increased over time. With innovations such as delivered food, experts say many older adults will sit longer, more often. A new UCLA study shows the risks of that.
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 Being underweight INCREASES the risk of breast cancer in pre-menopausal women, study finds 21 Jun 1:04pm Being underweight INCREASES the risk of breast cancer in pre-menopausal women, study finds
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research, London, found that carrying too little weight between the ages of 18 and 24 is particularly risky. Women should not deliberately gain weight.
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 Sleep researcher explains science behind ghost and alien sightings 21 Jun 11:53am Sleep researcher explains science behind ghost and alien sightings
Alice Gregory, Professor of Psychology at Goldsmiths University in London, set about to determine how anxiety, REM sleep, and 'exploding head syndrome' could offer an explanation for the paranormal.
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 How to make sure your child is snacking healthily after school 21 Jun 11:45am Updated How to make sure your child is snacking healthily after school
Nutritionist Mandy Sacher, who works with Roxy Jacenko's kids Hunter and Pixie, knows all too well the burden of revamping the fridge and pantry to be after school treat appropriate.
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 Toothpaste could give you type 2 diabetes 21 Jun 11:29am Toothpaste could give you type 2 diabetes
Researchers at the University of Texas have discovered that crystallised particles of titanium dioxide, a commonly used white colouring, may lead to type 2 diabetes.
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 Sleep researcher explains the science behind late-night ghost, demon and alien sightings 21 Jun 11:06am Sleep researcher explains the science behind late-night ghost, demon and alien sightings
Alice Gregory, Professor of Psychology at Goldsmiths University in London, set about to determine how anxiety, REM sleep, and 'exploding head syndrome' could offer an explanation for the paranormal.
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 3 days of constipation caused man to have a build-up of 2 litres of faeces 21 Jun 10:46am 3 days of constipation caused man to have a build-up of 2 litres of faeces
The bizarre tale of the unidentified man, uncovered by specialists in Victoria, Australia, prompted intrigue and was published in the BMJ Case Reports.
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 Ruth Quilietti-Bird spent her birthday fighting for her life with sepsis 21 Jun 10:32am Ruth Quilietti-Bird spent her birthday fighting for her life with sepsis
Ruth Quilietti-Bird, from Musselburgh, East Lothian, had both her legs amputated after spending a fortnight in a coma battling the violent immune reaction.
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 One in 15 opioid overdose survivors die within a year of recovery, study finds  21 Jun 10:26am One in 15 opioid overdose survivors die within a year of recovery, study finds 
A staggering proportion of Americans survived an opioid overdose only to die within a year, Columbia University research found. About a quarter had a relapse, but 75 percent died of other diseases.
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 Marijuana users feel MORE pain: They may develop a lower pain tolerance 21 Jun 10:25am Updated Marijuana users feel MORE pain: They may develop a lower pain tolerance
Researchers from the Swedish Medical Center, Colorado, found that after an injury, cannabis users required higher painkiller doses than non-users.
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 Mother-of-two spent her 40th birthday fighting for her life with sepsis 21 Jun 9:55am Mother-of-two spent her 40th birthday fighting for her life with sepsis
Ruth Quilietti-Bird, from Musselburgh, East Lothian, had both her legs amputated after spending a fortnight in a coma battling the violent immune reaction.
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 Are you at risk of liver disease? Take this test to find out 21 Jun 9:21am Updated Are you at risk of liver disease? Take this test to find out
The 11-step calculator, created by the British Liver Trust, asks users questions about several known risk factors of the 'silent killer'. The tool takes just minutes to answer.
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 Marijuana users feel MORE pain, study debunks theory cannabis numbs discomfort 21 Jun 9:21am Updated Marijuana users feel MORE pain, study debunks theory cannabis numbs discomfort
Researchers from the Swedish Medical Center, Colorado, found that after an injury, cannabis users require higher painkiller doses than non-users. This may be due to withdrawals.
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 Mother-of-two, 30, was diagnosed with a golf-ball sized brain tumour after crashing her car 21 Jun 4:22am Updated Mother-of-two, 30, was diagnosed with a golf-ball sized brain tumour after crashing her car
Lauren Neville, 30, from Burnley, Lancashire, whose 10 daily seizures were initially dismissed as depression, discovered she had a 6cm tumour after having a fit behind the wheel last January.
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 Why ARE migraines being treated with a drug linked to birth defects? 21 Jun 4:06am Updated Why ARE migraines being treated with a drug linked to birth defects?
Valproate can be a very effective drug for treating epilepsy and bipolar disorder, but it can have serious detrimental effects on a foetus.Yet it remains widely-prescribed...
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 The NHS is nowhere near crisis point yet, claims chief of market research firm 21 Jun 3:36am Updated The NHS is nowhere near crisis point yet, claims chief of market research firm
In a piece for the British Medical Journal, Ben Page, chief executive of Ipsos MORI, yesterday said it will take a 'few more bad winters' before the struggling health service can truly be in 'crisis'.
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