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Alarming report reveals youth suicide has risen 56% in the past decade2h Alarming report reveals youth suicide has risen 56% in the past decade
Daily Mail
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's report on violent deaths shows that while homicides have fallen since 2000, suicides among 10- to 24-year-olds have risen sharply.
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2h US vaping death toll hits 30: Two more people have died in Minnesota
Daily Mail
With the addition of two confirmed deaths in Minnesota this week, the state's vaping death toll has hit three. Nationwide, 30 have died and 1,300 are ill as health officials search for a cause.
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How your phone could be ageing you: Daily exposure to blue light may accelerate ageing6h How your phone could be ageing you: Daily exposure to blue light may accelerate ageing
Daily Mail
An Oregon State University study on fruit flies found that soaking up the LED waves corrupts brain cells and the eye's retina and chops up to 15 per cent off their lives.
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Teva UK is latest pharmaceutical giant to recall batches of heartburn drug Zantac6h Updated Teva UK is latest pharmaceutical giant to recall batches of heartburn drug Zantac
Daily Mail
An alert was today circulated by the British medicines watchdog on behalf of Teva UK whose product may have been contaminated with N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).
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Scientists are one step closer to creating an embryo without using sperm or eggs6h Updated Scientists are one step closer to creating an embryo without using sperm or eggs
Daily Mail
Researchers from the Salk Institute in San Diego, California, took skin cells from a mouse's ear and implanted them in a female rodent's womb, making it pregnant.
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Technology used by engineers to listen for faults in bridges could be used to diagnose arthritis13h Technology used by engineers to listen for faults in bridges could be used to diagnose arthritis
Daily Mail
A team of British scientists found that inaudible high-frequency sounds are emitted from a person's joints. Lancaster University's professor John Goodacre, hailed the findings as 'exciting'.
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Seven-year-old with rare condition breaks out in a rash, vomits and struggles to breathe when cold13h Seven-year-old with rare condition breaks out in a rash, vomits and struggles to breathe when cold
Daily Mail
Tommy Leitch, of Amersham, had to be hospitalised every month last winter, his mother, Abigail McDonald, said. He suffers with urticaria and angioedema, which cause hives and swelling.
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Baby in Turkey is born without a penis13h Baby in Turkey is born without a penis
Daily Mail
Doctors at Erbakan University in Konya - 160miles (257km) south of the capital Ankara - have said penile reconstruction is a 'good alternative' for the boy.
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How unhealthy is YOUR supermarket ready meal?14h How unhealthy is YOUR supermarket ready meal?
Daily Mail
Experts at YorkTest Laboratories analysed the nutritional content of all 528 ready meals sold by the five major UK supermarkets - Morrisons, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, and Waitrose.
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Fitness coach Tiffiny Hall reveals EXACTLY what she eats every day to maintain her ripped physique 17h Fitness coach Tiffiny Hall reveals EXACTLY what she eats every day to maintain her ripped physique 
Daily Mail
Former Biggest Loser trainer Tiffiny Hall doesn't sway on her martial arts-inspired workouts but she does trade heavy carbs for greener produce when spring hits.
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22h Genetic tests: Experts urge caution over home testing
BBC
People should not make health decisions based on genetic tests they do at home, experts warn.
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28h Cardiac arrest in fitness class caught on camera
BBC
Mark Kingsland was sparring in a fitness class when he went into cardiac arrest.
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28h Updated Nutritional information on menus shames firms into providing healthier food, Cambridge study finds
Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of Cambridge looked at 100 of the most popular restaurants in Britain and compared 10,000 menu items to come to the conclusion.
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Heart disease deaths among young Americans decline by 20% in 15 years29h Updated Heart disease deaths among young Americans decline by 20% in 15 years
Daily Mail
Between 2000 and 2015, premature heart disease deaths declined by 20$ in the US, but NIH researchers say obesity is fueling stagnating rates, particularly among young white women.
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Scientists discover a protein that extends lifespan by blocking over-active neurons in the brain29h Scientists discover a protein that extends lifespan by blocking over-active neurons in the brain
Daily Mail
A new study from Harvard Medical School has found that a protein, known as REST extends lifespan by blocking over-activity of neurons in the brain, which has been linked to early death.
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Heavy vaping for just a MONTH causes inflammation linked to lung cancer30h Heavy vaping for just a MONTH causes inflammation linked to lung cancer
Daily Mail
When non-smokers started using e-cigarette regularly, scientists at Ohio State University saw lung inflammation linked to cancer in smokers - even if the devices did not contain nicotine or flavoring.
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Gym-addict tee-total teacher, 33, dies just 20 days after shock leukaemia diagnosis30h Updated Gym-addict tee-total teacher, 33, dies just 20 days after shock leukaemia diagnosis
Daily Mail
Abi Meads, 27, from Nottingham, claims her husband Matt Meads, 33, avoided drinking and smoking and made a big effort to exercise and eat well to avoid health problems later in life.
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31h 16-year-old Arizona girl went into cardiac arrest after secretly vaping for two years
Daily Mail
Samantha Ford, 16, from Phoenix, Arizona, went into cardiac arrest last Tuesday after secretly vaping for two years. Her lungs were bleeding and her heart was functioning at just 30 percent.
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Two young mothers with terminal breast cancer rare in under-40s start podcast31h Updated Two young mothers with terminal breast cancer rare in under-40s start podcast
Daily Mail
Andy Sealy, 39, and Krysten Gentile, 37, from Pennsylvania, were both diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer and have launched a podcast together called Making the Breast of It.
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33h Updated Tafida Raqeeb: Brain-damaged girl arrives in Italy
BBC
Hospital bosses in the UK had tried to block attempts to move Tafida Raqeeb to the hospital in Genoa.
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34h Updated Women must be offered breast cancer checks and smear tests during their lunch hour, report demands
Daily Mail
Women must be offered lunchtime mammograms or smear tests to halt a collapse in screening rates, a report commissioned by the NHS has stated.
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Boy, four, scalds his thighs by knocking over a cup of boiling tea36h Boy, four, scalds his thighs by knocking over a cup of boiling tea
Daily Mail
Scott Gray, from Berkshire, had moments earlier brewed himself the drink when Archie, four, nudged the table, sending the boiling liquid inside the mug lashing down on to his own legs.
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38h Updated Mental health sick leave rises for emergency workers
BBC
More police, firefighters and ambulance workers are having to take time off for mental ill health.
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38h Mum left without food for 10 days after Calea safety alert
BBC
Jenny Evans is fed intravenously, but says a lack of deliveries left her without essential nutrition.
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39h Updated Restart a Heart Day: How to perform CPR if someone is unresponsive and not breathing
The Independent
Carrying out CPR before an ambulance arrives can help save a person's life
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Female athletes with high levels of testosterone can run for longer39h Female athletes with high levels of testosterone can run for longer
Daily Mail
Swedish researchers found women lasted 21 seconds longer on a treadmill after receiving a dose of testosterone. Olympian Caster Semenya has faced controversy for her elevated levels.
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40h Women must be offered smear tests and mammograms on lunch breaks, NHS report states
The Independent
Cervical screening attendance has reached an all-time low since records began
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NHS chief says that GP surgeries should send MMR jab reminders to parents40h NHS chief says that GP surgeries should send MMR jab reminders to parents
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE NHS chief Duncan Selbie has called on the NHS to text parents to remind them of MMR jabs and to offer more vaccination clinics outside of normal operating hours.
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15 Oct 7:21pm Woman with severe head condition seeks Spain operation
BBC
Rachel Pighills needs £135,000 surgery as her neck can no longer support the weight of her head.
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