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Woman with leukemia survives risky half-matched marrow transplant 25 Jun 2:50pm Updated Woman with leukemia survives risky half-matched marrow transplant
Kyla Ubbelohde, now 27, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in 2017 and relapsed soon after. Her brother flew to Iowa to donate his marrow, but he was only a 50% match, making it risky.
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Whooping cough warning as cases are 27% higher than last year 25 Jun 1:29pm Updated Whooping cough warning as cases are 27% higher than last year
EXCLUSIVE: Statistics show 1,596 cases of pertussis have been reported so far this year. Just 1,233 cases had been reported at the same time point last year, according to Public Health England.
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Boy, 7, left paralyzed from the waist down after the flu virus attacked his spinal cord  25 Jun 12:21pm Updated Boy, 7, left paralyzed from the waist down after the flu virus attacked his spinal cord 
John Crawford, 7, from Orlando, Florida, was diagnosed in March 2013 with transverse myelitis, an inflammation of the spinal cord that often results in partial or total paralysis.
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Boy, 11, who has a rare blood cancer has been told there is nothing more doctors can do 25 Jun 11:48am Updated Boy, 11, who has a rare blood cancer has been told there is nothing more doctors can do
Oliver Brown, from Devon, was told by doctors he had myelodysplastic syndrome when he was eight years old. At the time, doctors said he was the only boy in the country with the disease.
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Pregnant mother, 36, died after collapsing in a hospital car park DAYS before she was due 25 Jun 11:29am Updated Pregnant mother, 36, died after collapsing in a hospital car park DAYS before she was due
Rachel Molloy was rushed to hospital with stomach pains on April 24. Her daughter, Isabelle, was born via C-section at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, before Mrs Molloy died the next day.
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Boys have up to 10% fewer sperm if their fathers smoked before they were born 25 Jun 11:10am Boys have up to 10% fewer sperm if their fathers smoked before they were born
It's the first time paternal smoking has been linked to the son's lower sperm in a large study by researchers in Denmark. The dangers of pregnant mothers smoking has long been established.
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Pioneering operation for Glaucoma if the eye drops stop working 25 Jun 10:54am Updated Pioneering operation for Glaucoma if the eye drops stop working
Jean Billam (pictured), 78, a retired nursery nurse from Sheffield, benefited from a new procedure to treat glaucoma, as she tells CAROL DAVIS.
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Why I handed back my adopted babies when I got pregnant: Woman tells of heartbreaking decision 25 Jun 10:35am Why I handed back my adopted babies when I got pregnant: Woman tells of heartbreaking decision
School librarian Ali Sanders adopted twins after doctors said she was infertile. But the day after she brought them home to Staffordshire with husband Michael she found out she was pregnant.
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Superbug salad: Leafy green vegetables could carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria 25 Jun 9:38am Updated Superbug salad: Leafy green vegetables could carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Lettuce was of concern to the experts at the University of Southern California because the natural grooves and folds in its leaves make it difficult to wash thoroughly.
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These are the reasons people shave their pubic hair 25 Jun 7:39am These are the reasons people shave their pubic hair
Researchers from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Flanders, Belgium, surveyed more than 4,000 people and found women who were under 20 or lesbian were most likely to go hairless.
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Seeing the doctor? Scientists say you should MEDITATE before you go into room 25 Jun 6:59am Seeing the doctor? Scientists say you should MEDITATE before you go into room
University of Michigan researchers looked at 1,450 adults and found those who meditated in the waiting room retained information about a number of health conditions.
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Hot flushes, sleepless nights and moodswings... could ANDREW PIERCE be going through the manopause? 25 Jun 6:32am Updated Hot flushes, sleepless nights and moodswings... could ANDREW PIERCE be going through the manopause?
ANDREW PIERCE: Even the learned British Medical Journal opined on the subject back in 2000, running a series of articles by experts on both sides of the argument.
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Woman who would eat cakes everyday loses 182lbs in 18 months thanks to self discipline and exercise  25 Jun 4:36am Updated Woman who would eat cakes everyday loses 182lbs in 18 months thanks to self discipline and exercise 
Vanessa Brennan, 36, lost 182lbs in 18 months, At her heaviest she weighted 357lbs and wore a size 32. She got a new lease of life after since losing the weight and says her life completely changed.
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