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 Healthiest parents struggle to save kids from fatty foods 2h Healthiest parents struggle to save kids from fatty foods
Daily Mail
Children experience a huge increase in dangerous central body fat if they spend at least two years in a school with unhealthy foods, according to a Concordia University researcher.
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Haemophilia patient: How gene therapy has changed my life3h Haemophilia patient: How gene therapy has changed my life
BBC
How pioneering gene therapy has given a haemophilia patient a new lease of life.
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Is size important when it comes to wine glasses?4h Is size important when it comes to wine glasses?
BBC
If your wine was served in a smaller glass, would you drink less of it?
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5h California fires have exposed 1.6m people to lethal smoke
Daily Mail
Five fires in California have scorched over 230,000 acres of land in the state, but the effects of smoke inhalation extend far beyond the blazes, endangering more than a million people.
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 Smoke exposure from California fires could kill some 6h Smoke exposure from California fires could kill some
Daily Mail
Five fires in California have scorched over 230,000 acres of land in the state, but the effects of smoke inhalation extend far beyond the blazes, endangering more than a million people.
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7h Updated Ex-NFL star Larry Johnson believes he has CTE
Daily Mail
Former Kansas City Chief Larry Johnson, 38, told The Washington Post that he suffers from anxiety, paranoia and self-destructive impulses that he calls 'demons' due to CTE.
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7h John Ramsay reveals seven signs of dementia to look for
Daily Mail
Dementia, which affects around 850,000 people in the UK and in excess of five million in the US, can cause a range of symptoms in the early stages.
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 Pollution may tamper with brains making teens behave badly 8h Updated Pollution may tamper with brains making teens behave badly
Daily Mail
Exposure to tiny particles of air pollution may damage the developing brains of teens in ways that make them more likely to act out growing up, a new study from the University of Southern California says.
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 Christmas decorations make you feel better and fight less 8h Christmas decorations make you feel better and fight less
Daily Mail
Many elements of holiday decor appeal to our senses in ways that mimic our evolutionary sense of safety, comfort and closeness, and a Chicago design psychologist explains how.
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9h Updated Dangers of a vegan diet
Daily Mail
Vegans who do not get enough protein and vitamin B12, which are nutrients found in animal products, have lower energy and acne. New York dietitians weigh in on how to properly diet.
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9h Updated Texas premature babies pictured as they remain in NICU
Daily Mail
Premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston were visited by Santa Claus who brought holiday cheer for an adorable photo shoot.
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 Mixing business with pleasure is bad for your health 9h Mixing business with pleasure is bad for your health
Daily Mail
A study from the University of Zurich in Switzerland showed those who bring work home with them are more likely to suffer from exhaustion and have a lower sense of well-being.
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9h Updated Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares
Daily Mail
Had the WHO chosen to schedule the drug, it could have hamstrung physicians from prescribing medical marijuana globally.
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 Gynaecologist slams controversial vaginal cleaning fads 10h Gynaecologist slams controversial vaginal cleaning fads
Daily Mail
Dr Deborah Bateson, from the University of Sydney's obstetrics, gynaecology and neonatology department, made the claim in a piece for The Conversation.
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11h Transformations show what weight loss does to the face
Daily Mail
These amazing weight loss transformations from around the world shared by Bored Panda show how weight loss can make people unrecognisable because of the impact on their faces.
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Liver surgeon Simon Bramhall marked initials on patients11h Updated Liver surgeon Simon Bramhall marked initials on patients
BBC
Simon Bramhall admits marking his initials on the livers of two transplant patients.
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 The workout the Star Wars cast used to get camera-ready 11h Updated The workout the Star Wars cast used to get camera-ready
Daily Mail
Chris Vincent and Jack Graves from the LA-based wellbeing management company Altus Health ensured the stars ate nutritious, organic food, as well as promoting intermittent fasting.
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 Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex 11h Updated Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex
Daily Mail
A group of 500 people were asked to pick the more attractive twin out of a smoker and a non-smoker by academics from Bristol University. Both sexes picked the non-smoker as more attractive.
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 This Morning medic shares her day as over-stretched NHS GP 12h This Morning medic shares her day as over-stretched NHS GP
Daily Mail
London GP Dr Zoe Williams explained some of the complex cases she had to deal with in the brief slot. it comes after research showed Britain's GP consultations are among shortest in Europe.
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12h First hygge, now còsagach – but has our obsession with cosiness gone too far?
The Guardian
A Gaelic word has been rebranded in an attempt to promote a Scottish version of the Danish lifestyle philosophy. It’s time for something less twee How do you like your feeling of contentment? Is it stern and herring-flavoured, a wispy Danish cream cake, a downy pillow of sushi or whiskey-smoked?
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 Doctor shares post that reveals a day as a stretched GP 13h Doctor shares post that reveals a day as a stretched GP
Daily Mail
London GP Dr Zoe Williams explained some of the complex cases she had to deal with in the brief slot. it comes after research showed Britain's GP consultations are among shortest in Europe.
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13h Updated Recall of Lactalis baby milk products over salmonella fear
Daily Mail
Authorities said 26 infants in France have become sick since early December. The recall covers products marketed under Milumel, Picot and Celi brands and affects customers from countries around the world.
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 Gay people are more likely to have trouble sleeping 13h Gay people are more likely to have trouble sleeping
Daily Mail
Researchers from the National Center for Health Statistics in Atlanta build on past research that found gay or bisexual people are more likely to suffer from insomnia due to severe psychological stress.
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The 10 most popular workouts of 201714h The 10 most popular workouts of 2017
The Independent
From burpees to pull-ups, the exercises cover a variety of drills
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 Elderly Filipino woman has tumour twice the size of head 14h Updated Elderly Filipino woman has tumour twice the size of head
Daily Mail
Teresita Briones, 79, from Iligan City, Philippines, began to suffer complications after she had a small blemish on her cheek removed. She begs on the street and locals have try to help her.
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Is England a healthy nation?14h Is England a healthy nation?
BBC
From weight worries to smoking and drinking, the annual Health Survey for England provides a revealing insight into lifestyles.
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15h FDA warns snorting cacao powder could cause asthma
Daily Mail
The FDA has sent a warning letter to the makers of Coco Loko, a snort-able chocolate powder that the administration says encourages drug abuse and poses health risks.
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16h Updated Meet the Canadian toddler who can only eat peaches
Daily Mail
Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez, from Quebec, suffers from an agonising condition, called food-protein induced enterocolitis syndrome, which means he is allergic to almost every other food.
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 Bristol dad shaves his head for daughter with alopecia 16h Bristol dad shaves his head for daughter with alopecia
Daily Mail
Chelsea Sylvaria, 33, of Bristol, Rhode Island, explained on Facebook that her daughter Riley told her she doesn't love herself, and the moment inspired her husband Dave to shave his head.
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17h Meet the toddler who can only eat PEACHES
Daily Mail
Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez, from Quebec, suffers from an agonising condition, called food-protein induced enterocolitis syndrome, which means he is allergic to almost every other food.
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 Cannabis could prevent mental decline in HIV sufferers 20h Cannabis could prevent mental decline in HIV sufferers
Daily Mail
Researchers from Michigan State University found patients who use marijuana have fewer inflammatory white blood cells, which are involved in the immune system and can affect mental agility.
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 Elderly woman has a tumour TWICE the size of her head 20h Elderly woman has a tumour TWICE the size of her head
Daily Mail
Teresita Briones, 79, from Iligan City, Philippines, began to suffer complications after she had a small blemish on her cheek removed. She begs on the street and locals have try to help her.
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 Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas 21h Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas
Daily Mail
Karen Moore, 40, from Hebden Bridge, lost her father, Edward Knowles, who suffered from dementia, after he was stranded in hospital for six months.
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 Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest 22h Updated Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest
Daily Mail
Vanellope Hope Wilkins was due to be delivered on Christmas Eve before a rare condition meant she had to be born prematurely by c-section in November at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital.
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Wearing a stoma 12 Dec 8:21pm Wearing a stoma
BBC
Natalie Toper tells her story of why she wears a stoma and how it has affected her daily life.
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 Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years 12 Dec 8:18pm Updated Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years
Daily Mail
Shirali Patel, who achieved A* grades at Harrow, was forced to restart her medicine degree at Cambridge University after spending three months in hospital with meningitis W.
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 Booze Traveler host Jack Maxwell has blood cancer 12 Dec 7:00pm Updated Booze Traveler host Jack Maxwell has blood cancer
Daily Mail
Maxwell revealed that his only symptom was exhaustion, which he assumed was from traveling. But a biopsy in April 2016 confirmed his diagnosis. He only missed two days of filming.
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