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 Mediterranean diets boost ‘good’ bacteria in the gut 8h Updated Mediterranean diets boost ‘good’ bacteria in the gut
Daily Mail
Scientists from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina found that eating a diet rich in plants, fish and olive oil boosts good bacteria in the stomach more than western ways of eating.
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Sugar tax revolt: Meet the Ribena stockpilers9h Sugar tax revolt: Meet the Ribena stockpilers
BBC
Some people hate the new Ribena so much, they've started to stockpile the last "classic" bottles.
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 A THIRD of premature deaths could be avoided if we all cut out meat 9h Updated A THIRD of premature deaths could be avoided if we all cut out meat
Daily Mail
Researchers from Harvard University claim that a vegetarian diet could save nearly one million American lives annually, a much higher number than has previously been suggested.
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 CDC warns not to eat romaine lettuce if source unknown 10h CDC warns not to eat romaine lettuce if source unknown
Daily Mail
As the E. coli saga continues in the US, customers at popular lunch chains are wondering if their salads are safe to eat as the shops continue serving romaine without noting its origin.
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 A THIRD of premature deaths could be avoided if we all cut out meat, Harvard study finds  10h A THIRD of premature deaths could be avoided if we all cut out meat, Harvard study finds 
Daily Mail
Researchers from Harvard University claim that a vegetarian diet could save nearly one million American lives annually, a much higher number than has previously been suggested.
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 Autism rates spiked 15% last year, new CDC data reveal 13h Autism rates spiked 15% last year, new CDC data reveal
Daily Mail
One in 59 American children suffers from autism spectrum disorders as prevalence has spiked more than three-fold in the last two decades, according to a CDC report released Thursday.
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 Zika virus could be a CURE for brain cancers that kill children 13h Zika virus could be a CURE for brain cancers that kill children
Daily Mail
The same virus that causes devastating birth defects to children's brains shrunk brain tumors that usually strike under-fives in 70 percent of mice in a groundbreaking new Brazilian study.
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 Formerly conjoined twins are finally reunited at home 13h Updated Formerly conjoined twins are finally reunited at home
Daily Mail
Hope Elizabeth Richards was discharged from the hospital Wednesday and will finally be joining her twin sister Anna Grace at their family's home in North Texas four months after being separated.
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 Scientists discover 44 depression genes and EVERYONE has some 13h Updated Scientists discover 44 depression genes and EVERYONE has some
Daily Mail
An international team of scientists has discovered 44 genetic risk factors for depression, tripling the amount of known DNA for the disorder and suggesting that all humans can develop depression.
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 Gay men are altering their voices to make them sound deeper 14h Gay men are altering their voices to make them sound deeper
Daily Mail
Researchers led by a team from Surrey University said homosexual men are assumed to lisp and have soft, high pitched voices - while many think lesbians speak in a lower tone.
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 Scientists discover 44 depression genes - and EVERYONE has some of them, study suggests 15h Updated Scientists discover 44 depression genes - and EVERYONE has some of them, study suggests
Daily Mail
An international team of scientists has discovered 44 genetic risk factors for depression, tripling the amount of known DNA for the disorder and suggesting that all humans can develop depression.
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 Nearly 80% of hair products for black women contain cancer chemicals 16h Nearly 80% of hair products for black women contain cancer chemicals
Daily Mail
Researchers from the Silent Spring Institute, Massachusetts, found that up to 78 percent of hair relaxers contain hormone-disrupting chemicals, known as parabens.
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 E. coli-infected salad saga rages on: 31 more sickened, bringing the total to 84 17h E. coli-infected salad saga rages on: 31 more sickened, bringing the total to 84
Daily Mail
E. coli linked to romaine lettuce has now sickened 84 people across the US. The CDC says the germ came from Arizona, but it is using genome sequencing to narrow the location down.
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Alfie Evans: Parents and doctors to discuss sending toddler home17h Updated Alfie Evans: Parents and doctors to discuss sending toddler home
BBC
Terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans has been at the centre of a legal wrangle over his care.
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 Nearly 80% of hair products aimed at black women contain chemicals linked to cancer 17h Nearly 80% of hair products aimed at black women contain chemicals linked to cancer
Daily Mail
Researchers from the Silent Spring Institute, Massachusetts, found that up to 78 percent of hair relaxers contain hormone-disrupting chemicals, known as parabens.
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 Air pollution in big cities increases levels of crime 17h Air pollution in big cities increases levels of crime
Daily Mail
Researchers from the London School of Economics and Political Science found that a ten point rise of the Air Quality Index score, correlated with an increase in the crime rate of 0.9 per cent.
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 7 happiness tips this psychologist says you can do every single day 17h Updated 7 happiness tips this psychologist says you can do every single day
Daily Mail
Want to feel content all the time? Give these tips a try and the stresses of life will be much more manageable, according to Washington University psychologist Tim Bono.
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18h Leukaemia patients may be given new hope with treatment on NHS
Daily Mail
NHS boss Simon Stevens will announce at the Association of British Pharmaceuticals Industry annual conference that a new blood cancer treatment could be available this year
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Alfie Evans: Medical experts speak out about 'guerrilla warfare tactics' being used against family and doctors19h Alfie Evans: Medical experts speak out about 'guerrilla warfare tactics' being used against family and doctors
The Independent
People have attempted to storm the hospital and there have been reports of doctors being threatened
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19h Batangas student who battled cancer had to have her arm amputated
Daily Mail
Joy Arcilla, 21, , from Batangas, Philippines, first noticed a tiny lump on her left bicep in October 2012, which she initially dismissed as a mosquito bite. She was diagnosed at just 16 years old.
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 Two Ohio sisters were bullied over their Treacher Collins Syndrome 19h Updated Two Ohio sisters were bullied over their Treacher Collins Syndrome
Daily Mail
Asia Williams, 22, and India Walls, 20, were born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, which affects the bones in the face. The sisters, from Marion, Ohio, inherited the syndrome from their mother, Nicole.
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Alfie Evans: Medical experts speak out about 'protestors and threats' around family and doctors21h Alfie Evans: Medical experts speak out about 'protestors and threats' around family and doctors
The Independent
People have attempted to storm the hospital and there have been reports of doctors being threatened
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Blood scandal victims need more cash, says Haemophilia Wales21h Blood scandal victims need more cash, says Haemophilia Wales
BBC
There are calls for Welsh infected blood scandal victims to get the same payments as those in Scotland.
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How mental health services in primary schools can have long-term benefits on UK economy22h How mental health services in primary schools can have long-term benefits on UK economy
The Independent
Receiving one-to-one counselling could benefit children greatly later on in life
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22h Decoded: Enzyme that could stop ageing
Daily Mail
20 years on from its discovery, scientists at the University of California have published a study decoding an enzyme that can rejuvenate old cells and stop the ageing process
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 Experts warn of ominous new SELF-bullying trend online 24h Updated Experts warn of ominous new SELF-bullying trend online
Daily Mail
A 2017 survey found that six percent of teens had engaged in 'digital self-harm', which involves creating anonymous social media accounts to post mean comments about oneself.
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Dumfries Infirmary apology issued over cancer diagnosis delay24h Dumfries Infirmary apology issued over cancer diagnosis delay
BBC
A complaint is upheld about the time it took to provide a man with treatment at Dumfries Infirmary.
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Dumfries Infirmary apology ordered over cancer diagnosis delay25h Dumfries Infirmary apology ordered over cancer diagnosis delay
BBC
A complaint is upheld about the time it took to provide a man with treatment at Dumfries Infirmary.
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25h The most believed cancer myths!
Daily Mail
Researchers at University College London and Leeds University found 12 per cent of people are unaware smoking causes cancer. They surveyed 1,330 people to make the finding.
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Can we trust BMI to measure obesity? 25 Apr 8:11pm Can we trust BMI to measure obesity?
BBC
Our fat calculator has thrown up a range of questions from people on body mass index.
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Primary school mental health counselling may help economy, study says 25 Apr 7:42pm Primary school mental health counselling may help economy, study says
BBC
Research estimates that every £1 spent on one-to-one counselling could earn a societal return of £6.20.
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Dementia risk linked to some medicines 25 Apr 7:41pm Dementia risk linked to some medicines
BBC
Up to two million people in England take anticholinergics, for depression and Parkinson's disease.
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