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9 Oct 9:36pm Brexit: What will happen to European Health Insurance Cards?
The scheme works in 31 countries but only three have agreed to cover UK tourists if there is no deal.
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9 Oct 9:25pm Ban and tax our way out of obesity - top doctor
The outgoing chief medical officer warns ministers will fail on obesity unless they take bold action.
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50% of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have left their jobs due to mental health reasons 9 Oct 9:08pm 50% of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have left their jobs due to mental health reasons
A new survey published Monday found that millennials were three times more likely to experience anxiety, and Gen Zers were four times more likely, than baby boomers were.
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9 Oct 7:11pm How surf lifesaving saved my life
Student Sophie Bennett developed anxiety and depression but then she discovered surf lifesaving.
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Daily phone notifications can improve your health by forcing you to exercise more, study finds 9 Oct 6:30pm Daily phone notifications can improve your health by forcing you to exercise more, study finds
Participants in a Stanford study were encouraged to move more with phone notifications. An activity increase of ten per cent was seen in a month.
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Memory problems may be missed in women because they perform better in certain tests 9 Oct 5:59pm Memory problems may be missed in women because they perform better in certain tests
Dr Erin Sundermann, first author of the study published in the journal Neurology from the University of California, San Diego, said: 'If these results are confirmed, they have vital implications.'
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These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue. 9 Oct 4:25pm Updated These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue.
State officials stripped Stuart Copperman of his medical license almost 20 years ago. Armed with a new law, his former patients hope to file civil lawsuits.
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Switching to a healthy diet can ease depression in just three weeks, study finds 9 Oct 3:15pm Switching to a healthy diet can ease depression in just three weeks, study finds
Researchers from the Macquarie University in Australia looked at 76 depressed university students whose daily meals were mostly made up of processed foods, sugar, and saturated fats.
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Taking a pay cut at work could boost your heart disease risks by nearly 20%, study finds 9 Oct 2:45pm Taking a pay cut at work could boost your heart disease risks by nearly 20%, study finds
A new study from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, found that the risk of strokes and heart attacks rose nearly 20 percent for those whose salary decreased.
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Heartburn drug Zantac recalled over cancer-causing chemical fears 9 Oct 2:07pm Updated Heartburn drug Zantac recalled over cancer-causing chemical fears
The pharmaceutical giant had already pulled its common heartburn drug from shelves in Ireland, India and Hong Kong up to two weeks ago. Zantac is still available over-the-counter in Britain.
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California Makes H.I.V.-Prevention Drugs Available Without a Prescription 9 Oct 1:25pm Updated California Makes H.I.V.-Prevention Drugs Available Without a Prescription
The state is the first in the nation to allow pharmacists to dispense PrEP and PEP, drugs that can prevent new H.I.V. infections.
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Psychologist reveals we can lose weight by retraining our appetites 9 Oct 12:14pm Psychologist reveals we can lose weight by retraining our appetites
EXCLUSIVE: Dr Helen McCarthy, based in Bristol, believes that we have all been trained to eat at certain times, rather than when we're hungry and we also overeat when we don't need to.
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Psychologist reveals how to lose weight WITHOUT dieting by simply learning to recognise your hunger 9 Oct 10:21am Psychologist reveals how to lose weight WITHOUT dieting by simply learning to recognise your hunger
EXCLUSIVE: Dr Helen McCarthy, based in Bristol, believes that we have all been trained to eat at certain times, rather than when we're hungry and we also overeat when we don't need to.
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9 Oct 8:07am Updated Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay man $8bn over breast growth
A US jury finds Johnson & Johnson guilty of negligence over an anti-psychotic drug.
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9 Oct 7:58am Coastal Erosion: Cornwall’s dental problem
Thousands of children in seaside areas are having multiple teeth extractions in hospital because of tooth decay.
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Controversial paper claiming religious upbringing is linked to less generosity is retracted 9 Oct 7:45am Updated Controversial paper claiming religious upbringing is linked to less generosity is retracted
Professor Jean Decety of the University of Chicago has been forced to retract his report four years after it was first published in the Current Biology journal.
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9 Oct 5:27am Emily Eccles was left holding her jaw in her hands after a riding accident
Part of Emily Eccles's jaw was left hanging on by a flap of skin after her horse bolted and she hit a wooden post.
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9 Oct 1:39am Royal College of Nursing begins strike action ballot in NI
The Royal College of Nursing says there are crises over pay and staffing in Northern Ireland.
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