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 Zika could infect more fetuses than previously thought 12m Updated Zika could infect more fetuses than previously thought
Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison found 100 percent of monkey fetuses had traces of the virus - causing inflammation of the optic nerves. They say it could apply to humans.
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 Scientists discover cells that could stop balding 1h 6m Scientists discover cells that could stop balding
Daily Mail
Testing mice, scientists from the University of California at San Francisco showed how certain cells in the skin send out signals that stimulate hair follicles to regenerate.
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 Having sex leads to more affection in relationships 1h 13m Having sex leads to more affection in relationships
Daily Mail
A study found that when couples had sex more frequently, there would be much more affection shown in their daily lives, physically and verbally. Sex therapists across the US agree.
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 NHS issues warning for possible terror attack this weekend 1h 13m Updated NHS issues warning for possible terror attack this weekend
Daily Mail
A letter obtained by the Health Service Journal warns of a potential threat following the Manchester terror atrocity which killed 22 people.
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 Pasta sales have fallen by 2% due to low-carb diets 2h Updated Pasta sales have fallen by 2% due to low-carb diets
Daily Mail
Almost one in four Italians are limiting the amount of pasta they eat for health reasons, with an overload of carbohydrates known to increase weight, according to a report by consumer analysts Mintel.
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3h Updated Children with divorced parents are less healthy
Daily Mail
Researchers from the universities of Santiago de Compostela and Vigo in Spain believe it is how parents handle the situation, and not the divorce itself, that affects children's health.
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 The age women have the best sex of their lives 5h Updated The age women have the best sex of their lives
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Women have the best sex of their lives at 36 and over, a study by contraception app Natural Cycles. That's good news for celebrities Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian and Kelly Rowland.
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 California student hospitalized by nacho cheese incident 5h Updated California student hospitalized by nacho cheese incident
Daily Mail
Jonathan Villasenor, 16, was left fighting for his life in the ICU after he ate a gas station's cheese that had botulism last month in Sacramento, California.
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 Study finds swimmers are SLOWER after having sports drinks 6h Updated Study finds swimmers are SLOWER after having sports drinks
Daily Mail
Sports drinks may not improve performance according to research conducted by academics at the University of East Anglia and Cambridge who studied 19 competitive swimmers.
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 Keeping secrets can lead to stress and wrinkles 6h Keeping secrets can lead to stress and wrinkles
Daily Mail
A University of Columbia study claims that keeping secrets may be damaging to mental health because they drive up stress, causing sleeping problems, wrinkles and sickness.
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 More than half of Britons walk just a mile or less a day 6h More than half of Britons walk just a mile or less a day
Daily Mail
A survey showed 52% of UK adults walk just a mile or less on week days. Yet a brisk walk a day could help prevent around 3,400 cases a year. The charity urges people to take on its 10,000 step Walk All Over Cancer challenge.
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Manifesto guide: which party will do the most for cycling?6h Manifesto guide: which party will do the most for cycling?
The Guardian
We compare the manifesto pledges of the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Ukip and the Greens to see who comes top on cycling policy Amid fevered discussions of Brexit, the NHS and social care, not to mention the
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 Cannabis can make your teeth fall out 7h Cannabis can make your teeth fall out
Daily Mail
Researchers from Columbia University found self-reported frequent recreational cannabis users are more at-risk of the condition. It is unclear if the same is true for medical use.
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 Welsh baby born 3 months early was kept alive in a bag 7h Welsh baby born 3 months early was kept alive in a bag
Daily Mail
Six-month-old Harrison Smith from Paisley, Renfrewshire, spent nine weeks in hospital after being born with breathing difficulties and a bleed in his brain. He is battling chronic lung disease.
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 One snort of cocaine is enough to get addicted 7h Updated One snort of cocaine is enough to get addicted
Daily Mail
The McGill University, Montreal, findings show that many takers of the white powder could be further along the road to dependency than they may have realised.
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 Reminiscing about happy times can remove stress 7h Reminiscing about happy times can remove stress
Daily Mail
Remembering good times can cut someone's stress response by 85 per cent, firing up the reward centres in the brain, psychologists at Rutgers University in New York found.
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 Syrian refugee left in pain after swallowing his money 7h Updated Syrian refugee left in pain after swallowing his money
Daily Mail
Despite being submerged in stomach acid, all 26 of the notes, worth roughly £1,395 ($1,807), were all intact and still considered in a good condition, according to Dutch doctors.
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New baldness cause accidentally discovered by scientists could lead to hair loss treatment7h New baldness cause accidentally discovered by scientists could lead to hair loss treatment
The Independent
Immune cells are found to play a key role in prompting the growth of new hairs after old ones fall out
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 Fitness trackers DON’T accurately count calories burned 7h Updated Fitness trackers DON’T accurately count calories burned
Daily Mail
Researchers at Stanford University's School of Medicine have found that while wearable fitness devices track heart rate accurately, their calorie burning calculations may be up to 93 per cent off.
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 Filipino man with ichthyosis forced to hideaway 7h Filipino man with ichthyosis forced to hideaway
Daily Mail
Antonio Reloj (pictured), who lives in a modest home in the Aklan province, Philippines, was born with a severe form of ichthyosis, which causes his skin to harden, crack and appear burned.
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8h Just ONE snort of cocaine is enough to get addicted
Daily Mail
The McGill University, Montreal, findings show that many takers of the white powder could be further along the road to dependency than they may have realised.
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 Drexel researchers explain the science of day drinking 8h Updated Drexel researchers explain the science of day drinking
Daily Mail
Experts reveal the scientific reasons why the effects of day drinking may differ from a night out. They suggest it could due to your behavior, being under duress or circadian rhythms.
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 Average hospital bed occupancy rate for 2017 sits at 92% 8h Updated Average hospital bed occupancy rate for 2017 sits at 92%
Daily Mail
The 'exceptionally worrying' findings, based on NHS England figures, depict the true horror of the bed shortage across the country, the Royal College of Surgeons has warned.
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 Drink and drug service cuts will hit overstretched A&Es 9h Updated Drink and drug service cuts will hit overstretched A&Es
Daily Mail
Cuts to addiction services will impact A&Es and cost the NHS more in the long run, claims a Royal College of Psychiatrists professor. Budgets for services in some areas have been slashed by 50%.
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EU roaming charges banned from June, plus the rogue buyers exploiting eBay9h EU roaming charges banned from June, plus the rogue buyers exploiting eBay
The Guardian
Also, the average price of a UK home hits £317,000, and the chance to buy a place with a famous history
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 Drinking coffee reduces your liver cancer risk by 50%  11h Updated Drinking coffee reduces your liver cancer risk by 50% 
Daily Mail
Researchers from Southampton and Edinburgh universities found drinking just one cup of coffee a day reduces your risk of developing the disease by 20 per cent.
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Gynaecological cancers: The diseases affecting women which come with easily mistakable symptoms11h Gynaecological cancers: The diseases affecting women which come with easily mistakable symptoms
The Independent
A woman with ovarian cancer explains the difficult decision she had to make over her fertility at a very young age
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FitBits and Apple Watches may be incorrectly counting calories burnt, finds research12h FitBits and Apple Watches may be incorrectly counting calories burnt, finds research
The Independent
None of the fitness trackers tested had an error rate of less than 20 per cent
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 Hilary Barry slams anti-vaxxers on breakfast show 13h Hilary Barry slams anti-vaxxers on breakfast show
Daily Mail
A New Zealand breakfast host sparked a heated online debate after saying those who think there's a link between autism and vaccines are 'wrong and stupid'.
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 Watford woman bullied for being a Sturge-Weber sufferer 13h Watford woman bullied for being a Sturge-Weber sufferer
Daily Mail
Sharon James, 38, from Watford, received cruel taunts throughout her childhood due to her Sturge-Weber syndrome. But even as an adult, she has been reduced to tears by strangers.
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Which smartphone has the best camera?14h Which smartphone has the best camera?
The Guardian
Alison needs to replace her smartphone and she wants one that will take good photographs in a wide range of lighting conditions Continuing the theme from
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 Bake Off judge Prue Leith shares tasty, healthy recipes 14h Updated Bake Off judge Prue Leith shares tasty, healthy recipes
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: The celebrity chef has teamed up with Diabetes UK on a healthy eating campaign. She shares tasty Thai cod cakes, Ajiaco Colombian chicken soup and frozen yoghurt cake recipes.
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 Drug companies may stop producing unprofitable antibiotics 14h Drug companies may stop producing unprofitable antibiotics
Daily Mail
Children are worst hit by the decision to restrict production of older drugs to treat a range of illnesses, St George's University of London researchers said.
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 NY scientists cure mice muffin tops with anti-obesity pill 14h NY scientists cure mice muffin tops with anti-obesity pill
Daily Mail
Scientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, have discovered an antibody that stops fat triggering disease by collecting around the organs.
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 Sick children may face death 15h Sick children may face death
Daily Mail
Children are worst hit by the decision to restrict production of older drugs to treat a range of illnesses, St George's University of London researchers said.
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 Teenage pregnancies more common in children with ADHD 15h Teenage pregnancies more common in children with ADHD
Daily Mail
As a result of the disorder, girls between the ages of 12 and 15 were found to be most vulnerable to succumb to risky sexual behaviour, according to Danish researchers.
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 How can you stop teenagers from drinking and smoking? 15h Updated How can you stop teenagers from drinking and smoking?
Daily Mail
The least happy schoolchildren are almost twice as likely to take up alcohol and cigarettes, a study by University College London has found.
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European supermarkets recruit children for blind taste tests to cut sugar in products15h European supermarkets recruit children for blind taste tests to cut sugar in products
The Independent
Tesco and Sainsbury's are trying to reduce sugar without offending palates
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 Cannabis could help crack cocaine addicts 16h Updated Cannabis could help crack cocaine addicts
Daily Mail
If the Canadian research proves true in further scientific trials, it could lead to the herb being used in similar vain to methadone for heroin addicts.
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 Ice Bucket Challenge man struggling to foot medical bills 18h Updated Ice Bucket Challenge man struggling to foot medical bills
Daily Mail
In an emotional interview, Pete Frates's father - who vowed to care for Pete throughout his illness - admitted the $90,000-a-month medical bills are becoming untenable.
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 Long-term use of anabolic steroids damages the heart 20h Long-term use of anabolic steroids damages the heart
Daily Mail
Ultrasound scans showed the hearts of steroid users were weaker, a team of US researchers found. The drug causes artery-clogging, higher blood pressure and raised cholesterol.
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 Cannabis-based drug offers hope for epileptic children 20h Updated Cannabis-based drug offers hope for epileptic children
Daily Mail
Cannabidiol halved the seizures suffered by children with a severe form of the condition, a trial led by Great Ormond Street and New York University found.
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 Meditation can lead to insomnia and fear 22h Updated Meditation can lead to insomnia and fear
Daily Mail
These were side effects discovered by researchers at Brown University, Rhode Island, exploring the phenomenon of 'meditation sickness' by interviewing nearly 100 people.
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22h Updated Anorexic blasts NHS for refusing her priority treatment
Daily Mail
Hannah Brown, 26, from Bedfordshire has battled anorexia twice and recognised the signs of a relapse when she started becoming fixated on diet and exercise, but was denied immediate help.
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 Cancer rates have reached a record high   22h Cancer rates have reached a record high  
Daily Mail
Almost 300,000 cancer diagnoses were made in the UK in 2015, which is a rise of 22% from 2005, according to the Office for National Statistics. An ageing population is thought to be to blame.
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 Magic mushrooms are the safest recreational drug to take 25h Magic mushrooms are the safest recreational drug to take
Daily Mail
Just one in 500 people will be taken to hospital on the back of dodgy side-effects of taking the hallucinogenic, the Global Drug Survey of more than 120,000 participants suggests.
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 Jim Gaffigan helps wife eat through feeding tube 25h Updated Jim Gaffigan helps wife eat through feeding tube
Daily Mail
Comedian Jim Gaffigan shared a lighthearted video of him helping feed his wife Jeannie with a feeding tube. The New York City mother had surgery on a brain tumor in mid-April.
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 Your Facebook obsession may be giving kids behavior issues 25h Your Facebook obsession may be giving kids behavior issues
Daily Mail
Pediatrics experts at universities in Michigan and Illinois suggest that interruptions from checking Facebook or texting during playtime could contribute to their child's sudden outbursts.
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 Inspiring battle of girl who has faced 5 brain surgeries 26h Updated Inspiring battle of girl who has faced 5 brain surgeries
Daily Mail
Amanda LePage, nine, has had five brain surgeries since she was five months old. She was taken to Boston Children’s Hospital with a ruptured brain aneurysm in November 2007.
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 Spicy food is crucial in fight against obesity, study says 28h Spicy food is crucial in fight against obesity, study says
Daily Mail
Boston and Chinese experts are suggesting eating hot chili peppers can help combat obesity by limiting the effect of inflammation in the gut.
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 The dangers of meditation 28h The dangers of meditation
Daily Mail
These were side effects discovered by researchers at Brown University, Rhode Island, exploring the phenomenon of 'meditation sickness' by interviewing nearly 100 people.
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 myLAB Box offers first nationwide STD testing from home 30h Updated myLAB Box offers first nationwide STD testing from home
Daily Mail
myLAB Box says it's the first nationwide company that offers home STD testing. It tests for 10 different types of STDs and STIs, including HPV, HIV and chlamydia. The company is based in L.A.
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We abandon free school dinners at our peril | Comment30h We abandon free school dinners at our peril | Comment
The Guardian
Free school meals are not just about providing basic nutrition – though too many children are relying on them for that reason – they are also a vital step in learning about food and wellbeing In 1908, at tables laid with fresh cloths, more than 3,000 of the poorest school children of Bradford sat down to eat a two-course lunch every weekday. In the centre of each table was a vase of flowers. These were the ideas of Ralph Crowley, a pioneering medical officer in Bradford who first helped revolutionise school food in the UK. Often, it feels as if we have made no progress in a century. On hearing that
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 Easier language tests for foreign nurses may be introduced 31h Updated Easier language tests for foreign nurses may be introduced
Daily Mail
The Nursing and Midwifery Council, which regulates the profession in the UK, will discuss the evidence of lowering language entry requirements at a board meeting next week.
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 Mom begs internet to help find a lung donor for her son 34h Updated Mom begs internet to help find a lung donor for her son
Daily Mail
Nicholas 'Nico' Vigliotti, 20, has spent his life battling chromosome 14 deletion disorder. His mother Debbie Vigliotti, of Long Island, New York, is now desperate to find her son a lung donor.
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 Could walnuts and olive oil prevent food poisoning? 34h Updated Could walnuts and olive oil prevent food poisoning?
Daily Mail
Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark found not killing the bacteria may prevent it developing resistance, as this only occurs when its growth strategies are threatened.
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 More or less than seven hours sleep has a lung cancer risk 35h Updated More or less than seven hours sleep has a lung cancer risk
Daily Mail
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found too little, or excessive, sleep raises our dementia risk by 1.5 times as it reduces the volume of the brain region associated with memory.
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Cruz Beckham’s workout: should 12-year-olds be hitting the gym?35h Cruz Beckham’s workout: should 12-year-olds be hitting the gym?
The Guardian
Whether it makes him a poster-boy for fitness or you think he’s missing out on a childhood munching doughnuts, the youngest Beckham boy’s gym snap is provoking debate Pictures of a Beckham working out would normally be cause for celebration, but when 12-year-old Cruz (the third child of David and Victoria)
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 What to do should you find yourself in a terrorist attack  35h Updated What to do should you find yourself in a terrorist attack 
Daily Mail
There is a well known phenomenon called the 'bystander effect', where everyone does nothing because they assume someone else will, says Joe Mulligan, of the British Red Cross. (stock)
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 Dementia patients should have GPS trackers, expert says  36h Updated Dementia patients should have GPS trackers, expert says 
Daily Mail
Professor June Andrews, who used to head the dementia studies at Stirling University, Scotland, is in favour of trackers and thinks they could potentially save lives.
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 The dementia kit: Products designed to help families 36h Updated The dementia kit: Products designed to help families
Daily Mail
Lloyds Pharmacy are to stock clocks, crockery and gadgets tailor-made to help those with confusion and memory difficulties, designed by James Ashwell who cared for his mother who had dementia
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 NSPCC on how to talk to your child about terrorist attacks 37h Updated NSPCC on how to talk to your child about terrorist attacks
Daily Mail
The UK's terror threat level has been raised to 'critical', meaning attacks may be imminent. The NSPCC recommends we let children open up about recent events and provide reassurance.
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 Susie Burrell on how workplace habits affect waistline 37h Susie Burrell on how workplace habits affect waistline
Daily Mail
Dietitian Susie Burrell has shared her reasons why our workplaces are unhealthy. She claims sedentary desk jobs coupled with carb-rich diets are contributing to weight gain.
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 What’s the best way to put in eye or nasal drops? 38h What’s the best way to put in eye or nasal drops?
Daily Mail
SPONSORED. Make sure your hands are clean and avoid touching the bottle tip to keep it free from germs and prevent unwanted infection, says Suresh Bagga from LloydsPharmacy.
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How to decide if you want kids or not38h How to decide if you want kids or not
The Independent
Willing to give up lie-ins for a decade to watch Disney movies all day? Parenthood might just be for you...
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 New vaccine shows early success protecting against malaria 38h New vaccine shows early success protecting against malaria
Daily Mail
Four of eight monkeys that were given the injection were completely protected from the deadly blood disease, researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases found.
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 NHS challenge as over-65s needing care is set to leap 39h NHS challenge as over-65s needing care is set to leap
Daily Mail
This will bring the cared-for population in this age group to 2.8million, up 560,000 since 2015. Experts at the University of Liverpool said people must take more care of their health when young.
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 How to talk to your child about terrorist attacks 39h How to talk to your child about terrorist attacks
Daily Mail
The UK's terror threat level has been raised to 'critical', meaning attacks may be imminent. The NSPCC recommends we let children open up about recent events and provide reassurance.
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 Black man has to have his penis transplant tattooed white 39h Updated Black man has to have his penis transplant tattooed white
Daily Mail
A South African black man who received the world's third successful penis transplant in April will have his penis tattooed black. The 40-year-old patient will have it done within six months.
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 Vitamin D tablets could help to ease backache 39h Vitamin D tablets could help to ease backache
Daily Mail
The 'sunshine supplements' could help many pain-related conditions, from menstrual cramps to fibromyalgia, biologists have concluded, according to a study in Brazil.
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 Why children with strict bedtimes get the best sleep  39h Why children with strict bedtimes get the best sleep 
Daily Mail
The study by Public Health Ontario in Canada found children ‘encouraged’ to go to bed were 71 per cent less likely to get enough sleep but those who were 'told' got enough sleep.
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