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80% of HIV transmissions come from people who have not been diagnosed, CDC report shows1h 28m Updated 80% of HIV transmissions come from people who have not been diagnosed, CDC report shows
Daily Mail
Today's CDC report shows no transmissions come from those who religiously take their HIV drugs. The remaining 20 percent of cases come from those who inconsistently take medication.
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Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic2h Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic
BBC
With more and more women considering it, what exactly does egg freezing involve?
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Young people hospitalized for mental health issues soared 28% in 4 years2h Updated Young people hospitalized for mental health issues soared 28% in 4 years
Daily Mail
Between 2011 and 2015, there was a 28 percent increase in psychiatric emergency department (ED) visits among young people ages six to 24, the study found.
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One in three women suffers with incontinence, so we rate a range of products that claim to help...2h Updated One in three women suffers with incontinence, so we rate a range of products that claim to help...
Daily Mail
We asked Dr Penelope Law, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Hillingdon Hospital and The Portland Hospital in London, to assess a selection. We then rated them.
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5h Mother-of-one slapped with $9,000 in bills for her miscarriage surgery
Daily Mail
Conz Preti, 35, was told she'd paid her out-of-pocket costs for a medically necessary miscarriage surgery. Now, her insurer has sent six additional bills for a total of $9,000 to her home.
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Blood test can detect fibromyalgia and may lead to a faster diagnosis for the chronic pain condition5h Updated Blood test can detect fibromyalgia and may lead to a faster diagnosis for the chronic pain condition
Daily Mail
A new study from The Ohio State University has found that biomarkers in the blood samples of patients with fibromylagia distinguish them from the samples of patients with other pain disorders.
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Woman who took painkillers for a bad back turned to online pharmacies before she died6h Woman who took painkillers for a bad back turned to online pharmacies before she died
Daily Mail
Debbie Headspeath was found lying dead in her home by her partner of 20 years, Mike, 54, a Post Office worker from Ipswich. 'Debbie was the love of my life. I loved her with all my heart,’ he said.
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Girls with a male twin are less likely to thrive due to testosterone exposure, report suggests8h Girls with a male twin are less likely to thrive due to testosterone exposure, report suggests
Daily Mail
New research on Norwegian twins suggests that it's nature, not nurture, that causes girls with brothers to be less likely to thrive in adult life because testosterone changes their development.
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Oregon teen, 15, recovering in the hospital after remove a nearly 25-POUND tumor from his stomach8h Updated Oregon teen, 15, recovering in the hospital after remove a nearly 25-POUND tumor from his stomach
Daily Mail
Kristion Kim, 15, from Tualatin, Oregon, was diagnosed with liposarcoma, a rare fat tissue tumor in February 2019. A few days later, doctors removed a nearly 25-pound mass.
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Girls with a male twin are less likely to thrive due to testosterone exposure9h Updated Girls with a male twin are less likely to thrive due to testosterone exposure
Daily Mail
New research on Norwegian twins suggests that it's nature, not nurture, that causes girls with brothers to be less likely to thrive in adult life because testosterone changes their development.
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Ellie Long inquest: Norfolk trust must take action after death10h Updated Ellie Long inquest: Norfolk trust must take action after death
BBC
A coroner calls for changes at a health trust following the death of 15-year-old Ellie Long.
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Space travel is giving astronauts SHINGLES and cold sores11h Updated Space travel is giving astronauts SHINGLES and cold sores
Daily Mail
NASA-funded researchers in the US studied 87 astronauts who had been on space shuttles or the International Space Station and found more than half started shedding previously inactive viruses.
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Better access to IUDs drives huge 20% drop in teen pregnancy and abortions, study finds12h Better access to IUDs drives huge 20% drop in teen pregnancy and abortions, study finds
Daily Mail
Colorado's progressive Family Planning program provided free access to IUDs and drove down unintended teen pregnancy in the state, new Texas A&M researcher reveals.
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14h Should cyclists be licensed and insured?
The Guardian
Labour peer Robert Winston has asked about regulating cyclists. An imagined transport minister responds
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Mother dies of cervical cancer after missing just ONE smear test 14h Updated Mother dies of cervical cancer after missing just ONE smear test 
Daily Mail
Carly Gorst, of Speke, Liverpool, discovered she had a four-inch tumour in her cervix in December 2017 after she began bleeding heavily. She endured surgery, chemo and radiotherapy.
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Northern Health Trust staff told to clean own offices15h Northern Health Trust staff told to clean own offices
BBC
A union says the idea is "absurd" as office staff are asked to vacuum and dust their work areas.
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15h Do not fear the smear: how to overcome anxiety about cervical screening
The Guardian
Many women, particularly those who have survived sexual abuse, are scared of being tested. But there are ways to change this, from asking for a smaller speculum to singing Frozen hits It was only three months. Four, at the most. Throughout, the letters kept coming, so regularly that Laura Flaherty didn’t need to open them to know what they contained: a repeated request for her to make an appointment for a cervical screening. The procedure gathers cells from your cervix, a narrow “neck” that joins the uterus to the top of the vagina, which are then screened. But it is better known as a smear test because cells that are removed from your cervix with the help of a speculum (a device that keeps the vaginal walls open) and a brush are then smeared on to a slide for analysis. Abnormal cells sometimes require further testing because they may indicate
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15h Drinking lots of sugary drinks linked with increased risk of premature death, study suggests
The Independent
Drinking one to four sugary drinks per month was linked with a one per cent increased risk of mortality
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Formula milk scandal: One in three NHS boards have accepted payment or sponsorship from makers16h Formula milk scandal: One in three NHS boards have accepted payment or sponsorship from makers
Daily Mail
A third of NHS health boards in England and Wales have broken guidelines by accepting payments or sponsorship from baby formula companies, an investigation has revealed.
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Sales assistant suffers a stroke at just 19 after he ignored his headaches16h Updated Sales assistant suffers a stroke at just 19 after he ignored his headaches
Daily Mail
Luke Hallam, of Grimsby, suddenly lost all feeling in the right side of his body and later collapsed in March 2018. More than two months on from surgery, he is still virtually wheelchair-bound.
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Gruesome footage shows patient getting his overgrown toenail filed to reveal old fungal skin17h Updated Gruesome footage shows patient getting his overgrown toenail filed to reveal old fungal skin
Daily Mail
WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT. Marion Yau, who works at London’s Harley Street Foot and Nail Clinic, treats a patient for ram's horn nail.
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Incredible footage has captured doctors removing a bullet in a man’s airways17h Updated Incredible footage has captured doctors removing a bullet in a man’s airways
Daily Mail
The patient went to a hospital in Medanta - on the outskirts of New Delhi - after being shot. It is unclear why he was attacked. It was published in Respiratory Medicine Case Reports.
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NHS is offering £18,500 to lure GPs back from abroad to tackle the major shortage in family doctors 18h NHS is offering £18,500 to lure GPs back from abroad to tackle the major shortage in family doctors 
Daily Mail
The NHS is offering £18,500 in ‘relocation support’ for UK-qualified GPs working abroad if they return home – in a bid to tackle a major shortage of family doctors.
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NHS is bringing in guidelines for GPs on prescribing painkillers18h NHS is bringing in guidelines for GPs on prescribing painkillers
Daily Mail
The move comes amid a rise in dependence on prescription drugs – with fears that Britain could follow the US as one in 11 UK patients are prescribed potentially addictive drugs such as sedatives.
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18h Mike Thalassitis death: Love Island stars urge show to provide better mental health support
The Independent
'People's lives change overnight and no one can mentally be prepared for it'
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MPs call for tax on social media companies20h MPs call for tax on social media companies
BBC
Their report says the money should be used to fund research into the health impact of social media.
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22h Upright Go: a device that buzzes if you dare to slouch, like a slap from your mother
The Guardian
The little box sticks to your back and alerts you when your posture worsens. But at what cost to your dignity? ‘You have excellent posture,” is a great compliment, even in awkwardly progressive 2019. Who doesn’t want to know they move with the grace of a dancer and the moral heroism of a born leader? Who doesn’t want to look “quite tall for a short person”? I will never hear these words, as I have the posture of a weeping willow. When I sit at a computer, the natural S of my spine curves into a capital C. I walk like a vulture in mourning.
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Common anti-depressant drug linked to two sudden deaths 17 Mar 9:58pm Common anti-depressant drug linked to two sudden deaths
Daily Mail
Liam Batten was, according to his devoted family, a gentle giant with a wicked sense of humour and a prodigious talent for technology who was being treated with common anti-depressants.
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