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Dr WILLIAM LI picks the items that will help you fight specific conditions and diseases 11 Sep 9:07pm Dr WILLIAM LI picks the items that will help you fight specific conditions and diseases
This week, the Daily Mail is showcasing a book by U.S. doctor and scientist Dr William Li, on how certain foods can strengthen the body's defence to tackle cancer and avoid heart disease.
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The pancakes, waffles and crepes that contain THREE TIMES more calories than a Big Mac 11 Sep 7:05pm The pancakes, waffles and crepes that contain THREE TIMES more calories than a Big Mac
An investigation by Action on Sugar found waffles, pancakes, pretzels and crepes at popular chains in London had 20 teaspoons of sugar and all of an adult's recommended daily calorie intake.
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9/11 first responders with PTSD at risk of cognitive decline and developing early-onset dementia 11 Sep 6:12pm 9/11 first responders with PTSD at risk of cognitive decline and developing early-onset dementia
A new study from Stony Brook University in New York has found that 9/11 first responders with PTSD were 2.6 times more likely to develop mild cognitive impairment, and are at risk of developing dementia.
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Father-of-two diagnosed with breast cancer after breathing in toxic dust near Ground Zero after 9/11 11 Sep 5:01pm Father-of-two diagnosed with breast cancer after breathing in toxic dust near Ground Zero after 9/11
Jeff Flynn, 66, from East Meadow, New York, was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer - due to toxic dust he breathed in at the Ground Zero clean-up site - in 2011, 10 years after 9/11.
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Mosquito that can carry Zika virus, dengue and yellow fever is discovered in Nebraska for first time 11 Sep 4:07pm Updated Mosquito that can carry Zika virus, dengue and yellow fever is discovered in Nebraska for first time
Health officials say they discovered Aedes aegypti mosquitoes - known to carry Zika virus and dengue - in York County, Nebraska, on Tuesday . It's the first time they've been seen in the state.
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Diabetes drug can repair brain damage and make new cells grow - but it only works in WOMEN 11 Sep 3:38pm Updated Diabetes drug can repair brain damage and make new cells grow - but it only works in WOMEN
A new study, from the University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada, has found that the female sex hormone estradiol amplifies the effect that the drug metformin has on brain stem cells.
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Robotic hand which picks up items remotely could end misery of amputees 11 Sep 12:32pm Robotic hand which picks up items remotely could end misery of amputees
Researchers at the EPFL research centre in Lausanne, Switzerland, are behind the design. it works by reading muscle movements in the arm and sending them to the hand remotely.
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Teens who spend more than 3 hours a day on social media are at higher risk for mental health issues 11 Sep 11:52am Teens who spend more than 3 hours a day on social media are at higher risk for mental health issues
A new study, from Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland, has found that teens who spent three hours or more on social media are more likely to report feeling anxious and depressed.
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Millions of women have no idea that sweating is a symptom of a heart attack 11 Sep 11:49am Millions of women have no idea that sweating is a symptom of a heart attack
Figures show around 180,000 people suffer a heart attack in the UK each year. Survival odds plummet without early treatment.
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Plasma transfusions from UK donors could be made available again for people born after 1996 11 Sep 10:14am Plasma transfusions from UK donors could be made available again for people born after 1996
Officials made the ruling in 2004 following the deaths of four people who got 'mad cow disease' from blood transfusions. It meant the NHS had to import blood from Austria and Poland.
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Blood transfusions from UK donors could be made available again for people born after 1996 11 Sep 9:53am Updated Blood transfusions from UK donors could be made available again for people born after 1996
Officials made the ruling in 2004 following the deaths of four people who got 'mad cow disease' from blood transfusions. It meant the NHS had to import blood from Austria and Poland.
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Determined mother was told to ABORT her daughter 14 times 11 Sep 6:03am Determined mother was told to ABORT her daughter 14 times
Kiera Meldrum, 20, from York, was offered an abortion every week of her pregnancy after her 21-week scan showed her daughter Lillee-Rose had Grade 3 severe ascites to the bowel.
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Active people score higher memory and reasoning tests 11 Sep 5:05am Active people score higher memory and reasoning tests
Scientists from the University of Münster in Germany analysed the fitness and MRI scans of 1,200 young, healthy adults. Those who could walk the furthest had better 'structural integrity'.
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Fears of infections pandemic grow after NINETEEN new superbugs are discovered in UK 11 Sep 3:15am Fears of infections pandemic grow after NINETEEN new superbugs are discovered in UK
Officials said germs which attack the blood, kidneys and bowels had evolved ways to breach the last line of antibiotic defences - threatening a pandemic of untreatable infections in the UK.
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Dr WILLIAM LI details the diet that will keep your disease-fighting stem cells working efficiently  11 Sep 12:01am Dr WILLIAM LI details the diet that will keep your disease-fighting stem cells working efficiently 
This week, the Daily Mail is serialising a ground-breaking new book by U.S. doctor and scientist Dr William Li, who has immersed himself in the study of how certain foods can help us fight disease.
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