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Three US health agencies move to make herbal opioid alternative kratom a schedule 1 drug 9 Nov 7:54pm Updated Three US health agencies move to make herbal opioid alternative kratom a schedule 1 drug
A letter obtained by Stat News details the findings of FDA and NIH studies finding kratom highly addictive and dangerous. The letter from Health and Human Services asks the DEA to act against kratom.
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The facial prosthetics of World War I 9 Nov 5:53pm The facial prosthetics of World War I
During the four years of the war, military surgeons developed new techniques on the battlefield and in supporting hospitals. The war sparked the need for prosthetics that changed the future of medicine.
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FDA plans strict limits on sale of flavored e-cigarettes 9 Nov 5:42pm FDA plans strict limits on sale of flavored e-cigarettes
The new policy will apply to flavored cartridge-style vaping products like Juul that have become popular among youths, not the open tank-style systems sold in vape shops and mostly used by adults.
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Third world baby boom as fertility rates plummet in richer nations 9 Nov 5:29pm Third world baby boom as fertility rates plummet in richer nations
While the world's population skyrocketed from 2.6 billion in 1950 to 7.6 billion last year, that growth was deeply uneven according to region and income.
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1 in 3 US veterans suffers depression and 25% binge-drink, survey finds 9 Nov 4:00pm Updated 1 in 3 US veterans suffers depression and 25% binge-drink, survey finds
A new survey from the the American Addiction Centers found that one in four veterans who are unemployed and one in three who do work report being depressed
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The UK has 50% MORE nurses and midwives than it needs, claims study 9 Nov 1:35pm Updated The UK has 50% MORE nurses and midwives than it needs, claims study
Researchers led by the University of Washington have claimed having 100 nurses and midwives per 10,000 people is the optimum number, and the UK has 153, which may have 'diminishing returns'.
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Sex addiction more common than previously thought: 1 in 10 men and 1 in 12 women are hooked 9 Nov 1:00pm Updated Sex addiction more common than previously thought: 1 in 10 men and 1 in 12 women are hooked
A University of Minnesota study found that 10 percent of men and six percent of women struggle to control intrusive sexual urges - rates far higher than psychiatrists previously estimated.
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Cancer specialists slam decision by health watchdog to NOT recommend a drug for ovarian cancer 9 Nov 11:39am Cancer specialists slam decision by health watchdog to NOT recommend a drug for ovarian cancer
Nice has ruled against expanding the use of groundbreaking drug olaparib, developed by British scientists. Charity cancers call it a 'bitter blow' to thousands who could miss out.
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Revealed, the countries with the highest fertility rates 9 Nov 11:23am Updated Revealed, the countries with the highest fertility rates
Worldwide statistics from the Global Burden of Disease Study have revealed the countries where women have the most and fewest babies on average, finding poorer countries have far more.
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Over-65s struggling to get flu vaccine after improved batch was ordered months later than usual  9 Nov 5:40am Over-65s struggling to get flu vaccine after improved batch was ordered months later than usual 
Barbara Thomas, 75 and from Billingshurst, West Sussex has found herself unable to get the flu jab as her surgery has been low on supplies and many patients have been turned away.
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Skincare expert claims we should stop using moisturiser 9 Nov 4:38am Skincare expert claims we should stop using moisturiser
Edinburgh-based Dr. Sobia Ali warns that the millions of British women using cream on a daily basis could be making themselves dependent on the product, leading to a 'vicious cycle'.
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Man who got penis fillers to boost his girth to 15cm says the procedure has boosted his confidence  9 Nov 3:56am Man who got penis fillers to boost his girth to 15cm says the procedure has boosted his confidence 
Stuart Price, 36, from Caerphilly in Wales, had injections to boost the girth of his penis from 4.9 inches (12.5cm), which was already above average, to 5.9 inches (15cm).
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