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How to get fit in five minutes: Ex Wiggle member shares her day on a plate and exercise routine 10 Oct 10:45pm How to get fit in five minutes: Ex Wiggle member shares her day on a plate and exercise routine
Lauren Hannaford , 32, is a former elite gymnast who once played the beloved Australian TV character Dorothy the Dinosaur. Now she has revealed her exercise routine and day on a plate.
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DR MAX PEMBERTON THE MIND DOCTOR: Quizzing children on their mental health is going too far 10 Oct 7:50pm DR MAX PEMBERTON THE MIND DOCTOR: Quizzing children on their mental health is going too far
As a doctor who has spent most of his career working in mental health, you’d expect me to welcome a £1.9 billion Government plan to transform mental health services in our schools, writes DR MAX.
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Social care crisis is crippling A&E leading to record overcrowding 10 Oct 7:12pm Social care crisis is crippling A&E leading to record overcrowding
According to the Care Quality Commission, many patients end up in A&E because they have been denied social care.
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CVS Health and Aetna $69 Billion Merger Is Approved With Conditions 10 Oct 5:49pm CVS Health and Aetna $69 Billion Merger Is Approved With Conditions
CVS Health, the giant drugstore and pharmacy manager, will acquire one of the country’s biggest insurers, another sign of industry consolidation.
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Cannabis laws could be relaxed in Britain as panel of experts says they have ‘open mind’ 10 Oct 5:46pm Updated Cannabis laws could be relaxed in Britain as panel of experts says they have ‘open mind’
The Royal College of Pharmacists will review its opposition to legalising cannabis following a summer of campaigning for oil extract to be used for medical purposes across the UK.
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Flu-fearing parents are hanging signs on their children that warn others to keep dirty hands away  10 Oct 5:31pm Flu-fearing parents are hanging signs on their children that warn others to keep dirty hands away 
Signs ranging from $4.00 to $11.55 have been popping up websites such as Etsy and Amazon that they can attach to car seats and strollers telling strangers to not touch their kids.
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Health Secretary vows crackdown on NHS agency staff 10 Oct 5:15pm Updated Health Secretary vows crackdown on NHS agency staff
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has said he is 'shocked' by how the use of agency staff varies across the UK and wants the NHS to use its own bank staff instead of expensive agencies.
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Eating fatty cheese, yogurt and butter could LOWER your risk of developing type 2 diabetes 10 Oct 4:43pm Updated Eating fatty cheese, yogurt and butter could LOWER your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
A new study, led by the University of Cambridge in the UK, has found that those who ate the most servings had a 30 percent lower risk compared to those who ate the fewest servings.
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Grapefruit can seriously affect your medicine, experts reveal 10 Oct 2:34pm Grapefruit can seriously affect your medicine, experts reveal
Grapefruit juice contains a compound which can affect how well the intestines break down as many as 47 per cent of medications, making them more or less potent than they should be.
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World Mental Health Day: What is mindfulness? 10 Oct 2:13pm World Mental Health Day: What is mindfulness?
On World Mental Health Day, experts explain how mindfulness can help you make the most of each moment.
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Inside the C.E.O.’s Social Media Meltdown at Deciem 10 Oct 2:04pm Inside the C.E.O.’s Social Media Meltdown at Deciem
“He is destroying what could have been a very successful company.”
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Incredible transformation of 13-year-old alopecia patient 10 Oct 1:29pm Updated Incredible transformation of 13-year-old alopecia patient
Study senior author Dr Maryanne Makredes Senna, of Massachusetts General Hospital said they were 'surprised' by the effect of duiplumab on the patient, marketed under the brand name Dupixent.
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Stunning transformation of 13-year-old alopecia patient 10 Oct 12:35pm Updated Stunning transformation of 13-year-old alopecia patient
Study senior author Dr Maryanne Makredes Senna, of Massachusetts General Hospital said they were 'surprised' by the effect of duiplumab on the patient, marketed under the brand name Dupixent.
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More than 300 leading academics warn Public Health England it will risk its reputation 10 Oct 11:49am Updated More than 300 leading academics warn Public Health England it will risk its reputation
More than 300 academics and experts from Britain have warned the body they will begin to withdraw their help and advice if the body goes ahead with plans to work with the charity Drinkaware.
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Many US insurers may fuel the opioid crisis by covering the addictive drugs - but not alternatives 10 Oct 11:48am Many US insurers may fuel the opioid crisis by covering the addictive drugs - but not alternatives
Many health insurance plans help American patients pay for opioid painkillers, but they often don't cover non-addictive therapies like acupuncture and counselling, a Johns Hopkins study reveals.
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One-off £40 DNA test taken as a child could identify MILLIONS at risk of heart disease 10 Oct 11:37am Updated One-off £40 DNA test taken as a child could identify MILLIONS at risk of heart disease
Scientists from Cambridge and Leicester showed a fifth of the population - 13 million people in Britain - have a four-fold higher risk of suffering a heart attack by the age of 75 due to their genetic makeup.
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New AI helps doctors predict and prevent life-threatening oxygen drops during surgery 10 Oct 11:34am New AI helps doctors predict and prevent life-threatening oxygen drops during surgery
Scientists at the University of Washington in Seattle have developed a machine called Prescience that can help doctors predict if a patient will develop hypoxemia before or during surgery.
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Expert reveals medications which mean people should avoid grapefruit 10 Oct 11:31am Expert reveals medications which mean people should avoid grapefruit
Grapefruit juice contains a compound which can affect how well the intestines break down as many as 47 per cent of medications, making them more or less potent than they should be.
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Social worker takes her first steps in 14 YEARS – thanks to a £80,000 robotic exoskeleton 10 Oct 10:57am Updated Social worker takes her first steps in 14 YEARS – thanks to a £80,000 robotic exoskeleton
Lucy Dodd, 34, from Aldershot, can be seen striding out, wearing the bionic ReWalk contraption that allows paraplegics to stand and move.
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Study finds artificial intelligence was better than a doctor at crucial stage of IVF  10 Oct 9:04am Updated Study finds artificial intelligence was better than a doctor at crucial stage of IVF 
Two new papers being presented today will reveal huge success with AI at selecting viable embryos. Here, we explain the benefits and downfalls of the technology and other innovations.
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Tai chi v Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit? 10 Oct 8:09am Tai chi v Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit?
Can we get the benefits of exercise without too much huffing and puffing, with an activity like tai chi?
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Mother, 18, angry after her 10-month-old daughter caught hand, foot and mouth disease in Majorca 10 Oct 6:25am Mother, 18, angry after her 10-month-old daughter caught hand, foot and mouth disease in Majorca
Gemma Whitelaw, 18, from Airdrie in Scotland, took her 10-month-old daughter Ayla to Majorca for her first holiday abroad but the infant fell ill with the viral rash when they returned home.
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Antibiotic that could herald ‘a golden age of discovery’ is found in deep sea Atlantic sponge 10 Oct 6:16am Antibiotic that could herald ‘a golden age of discovery’ is found in deep sea Atlantic sponge
Experts from the University of Bristol took sponges (pictured) from five locations and froze them in liquid nitrogen then found one which killed all bacteria in the lab.
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Mental health disorders will cost £12 TRILLION a year worldwide by 2030 10 Oct 6:06am Updated Mental health disorders will cost £12 TRILLION a year worldwide by 2030
According to a report put together by Harvard scientists, conditions such as depression and anxiety are rising in every country on the planet. They add sustainable development needs good mental health.
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9-month-old twins caught hand, foot and mouth disease at Spanish hotel 10 Oct 5:55am Updated 9-month-old twins caught hand, foot and mouth disease at Spanish hotel
Kimberley McCabe, 28, claims her twins Mila-Rose and Kyson broke out in painful red sores during a week-long holiday to the three-star Club Mac Hotel in Alcudia, Majorca, last month.
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Stephen Fry praised for saving lives after raising awareness of prostate cancer 10 Oct 5:51am Updated Stephen Fry praised for saving lives after raising awareness of prostate cancer
The number of visits to the NHS's official advice page soared by 250 per cent to 70,000 in a month following the extensive coverage. The rise comes from the Mail renewed its campaign earlier this year.
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British school children will be offered routine mental health checks 10 Oct 5:31am British school children will be offered routine mental health checks
Pupils are to be given routine mental health checks, Theresa May said tonight, as Jackie Doyle-Price became the UK's first Minister for Suicide Prevention.
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A Playwright’s LSD Trip Becomes a Psychedelic Journey 10 Oct 5:24am A Playwright’s LSD Trip Becomes a Psychedelic Journey
The British playwright Leo Butler believes that taking acid can have beneficial effects. His new play explores how he thinks it can help.
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Phys Ed: Vigorous Exercise, Even a Trek Up Everest, May Be Safe During Pregnancy 10 Oct 5:00am Phys Ed: Vigorous Exercise, Even a Trek Up Everest, May Be Safe During Pregnancy
New research undercuts widely held beliefs about strenuous physical training and pregnancy.
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On Medicine: For Doctors, Delving Deeper as a Way to Avoid Burnout 10 Oct 5:00am On Medicine: For Doctors, Delving Deeper as a Way to Avoid Burnout
As the practice of medicine shifts, physicians should follow their curiosity to continue to find meaning in their work.
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EVERY schoolchild in Britain will be offered routine mental health checks 10 Oct 4:08am EVERY schoolchild in Britain will be offered routine mental health checks
Pupils are to be given routine mental health checks, Theresa May said tonight, as Jackie Doyle-Price became the UK's first Minister for Suicide Prevention.
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Fewer men are dying of prostate cancer as treatments rise by a third   10 Oct 3:56am Updated Fewer men are dying of prostate cancer as treatments rise by a third  
The number of visits to the NHS's official advice page soared by 250 per cent to 70,000 in a month following the extensive coverage. The rise comes from the Mail renewed its campaign earlier this year.
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District nurses ‘spend 88 days a year on admin’ 10 Oct 3:37am District nurses ‘spend 88 days a year on admin’
Head of NHS England said district nurses now spend more time on admin than they do with patients. Simon Stevens (pictured) told a conference in Manchester the situation was 'hugely frustrating'.
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Fertility risk from cannabis? Marijuana linked to lower sperm count and more abnormalities  10 Oct 3:37am Updated Fertility risk from cannabis? Marijuana linked to lower sperm count and more abnormalities 
Men who use marijuana may struggle with infertility due to lower counts of sperm that tend to be misshapen - even after they give up the drug, a study conducted in Washington suggests.
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World Mental Health Day: PM appoints suicide prevention minister 10 Oct 3:08am Updated World Mental Health Day: PM appoints suicide prevention minister
Theresa May says "too many lives" are being taken, as she pledges £1.8m in funds for the Samaritans.
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EVERY schoolchild in Britain will get routine mental health checks 10 Oct 3:05am EVERY schoolchild in Britain will get routine mental health checks
Pupils are to be given routine mental health checks, Theresa May said tonight, as Jackie Doyle-Price became the UK's first Minister for Suicide Prevention.
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Wind turbine noise can be bad for hearing 10 Oct 2:41am Wind turbine noise can be bad for hearing
The report by the UN’s World Health Organisation found that noise cost a million healthy years of life across western Europe annually – with road traffic the biggest culprit, although wind turbines also caused problems.
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Prime Minister appoints minister for suicide prevention 10 Oct 2:09am Updated Prime Minister appoints minister for suicide prevention
Theresa May says "too many lives" are being taken, as she pledges £1.8m in funds for the Samaritans.
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Under-25s turning their backs on alcohol, study suggests 10 Oct 12:30am Under-25s turning their backs on alcohol, study suggests
Young people are rejecting alcohol - with abstinence almost doubling in a decade, a study suggests.
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