Back Health Saturday, July 21, 2018
Search Sections 21 Jul
Close
Advertisement
1h 42m Baby too young to eat solid food caught Salmonella from Honey Smacks, parents say 
Daily Mail
Five-month-old Andy Lyons of Utah has spent the last three months of his life sick with Salmonella from a cereal that has infected 100 people, despite the fact that the boy is too young to eat it.
 Like Reply
 Hospitalised Indian man’s urine turns PURPLE 3h Hospitalised Indian man’s urine turns PURPLE
Daily Mail
The unnamed man was treated at King George’s Medical University in Lucknow, around 330 miles (531km) east of New Delhi. His tale was published in the BMJ Case Reports.
 Like Reply
 Oncology nurse nurse is now in remission after raising £100,000 4h Updated Oncology nurse nurse is now in remission after raising £100,000
Daily Mail
Laura Harris, 43, from Barnstaple, Devon, sparked outrage across Britain when she was told a medicine she needed wasn't available from her own employer.
 Like Reply
 Deadly rat poison from synthetic marijuana found in US blood banks, FDA warns  5h Updated Deadly rat poison from synthetic marijuana found in US blood banks, FDA warns 
Daily Mail
Synthetic marijuana is sometimes contaminated with brodifacoum, a poison that stops blood from clotting. The FDA has found the potentially deadly substance in several plasma samples.
 Like Reply
6h Belfast barber offers haircuts to Liverpool dementia patients
BBC
A barber from Belfast has travelled to a care home in Liverpool to offer haircuts to people with dementia.
 Like Reply
7h Indian baby born weighing less than a tin of baked beans
Daily Mail
Ridhima Ajmani, nicknamed Cherry, weighed just 0.8lbs (375g) when she was born around four months ago, local reports state in Hyderabad.
 Like Reply
8h First aid expert slams ‘deadly’ game in advert for Maltesers Buttons
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Qualified British nurse and first aid trainer Emma Hammett says playing Tiddlywinks with food in real life, as in the chocolate advert, could be a potentially fatal choking hazard.
 Like Reply
 Paula Galvao photographs first moments between mothers and newborns 8h Updated Paula Galvao photographs first moments between mothers and newborns
Daily Mail
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Photographer Paula Galvão, from Natal, Brazil, captures the special first moments of a baby's life, including a mother meeting her newborn for the first time.
 Like Reply
 Parents of first IVF baby would be denied the procedure today 9h Parents of first IVF baby would be denied the procedure today
Daily Mail
UK campaigners Fertility Network UK say the invention of IVF is less of an achievement because not enough people have full access to the treatment which helps infertile people to conceive.
 Like Reply
 The 13 NHS trusts with excess deaths across England 9h Updated The 13 NHS trusts with excess deaths across England
Daily Mail
Eight of the offending NHS trusts in England also had higher than expected deaths in 2016 - and three have been named each year since 2014, including Wye Valley, which runs The County Hospital.
 Like Reply
 Women who eat more than five-a-day may be less likely to get breast cancer, study reveals 9h Updated Women who eat more than five-a-day may be less likely to get breast cancer, study reveals
Daily Mail
Researchers from America's Harvard School of Public Health found that women's risk of getting breast cancer could fall by 11 per cent if they eat more than five portions of fruit and veggies a day.
 Like Reply
How can we help my violent young granddaughter?9h How can we help my violent young granddaughter?
The Guardian
Give her time and space to try to begin to explain what’s wrong, says Annalisa Barbieri
 Like Reply
Are things getting worse – or does it just feel that way? | Oliver Burkeman9h Are things getting worse – or does it just feel that way? | Oliver Burkeman
The Guardian
Concepts like ‘trauma’ or ‘violence’ have stretched to encompass things no previous generation would have worried about Is everything completely terrible – or is the world getting better? It’s
 Like Reply
 Radiation from smartphones could trigger memory loss in teenagers, new study reveals 11h Updated Radiation from smartphones could trigger memory loss in teenagers, new study reveals
Daily Mail
Researchers from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute studied nearly 700 adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 in Switzerland (stock image).
 Like Reply
Rejected by my abusive parents, who do I turn to for maternal advice?12h Rejected by my abusive parents, who do I turn to for maternal advice?
The Guardian
As I prepare for womanhood, who do I turn to for guidance?
 Like Reply
What is melanoma and what are the early signs of the skin cancer?13h What is melanoma and what are the early signs of the skin cancer?
The Independent
It's important to take proper care of your skin when spending time in the sun this summer
 Like Reply
Experience: I built my own pancreas14h Experience: I built my own pancreas
The Guardian
Having a computer make adjustments while I sleep is far safer than trying groggily to make decisions in the early hours I was diagnosed with
 Like Reply
 People over the age of 50 who break a bone increase risk of dying 15h People over the age of 50 who break a bone increase risk of dying
Daily Mail
Hip fractures are known to increase the mortality risk among older people, but the Garvan Institute of Medical Research study is the first to identify how long the risk lasts for different fractures.
 Like Reply
 People over the age of 50 who break a bone increase their risk of dying 15h People over the age of 50 who break a bone increase their risk of dying
Daily Mail
Hip fractures are known to increase the mortality risk among older people, but the Garvan Institute of Medical Research study is the first to identify how long the risk lasts for different fractures.
 Like Reply
Egg donation: ‘Will they look like me?’18h Egg donation: ‘Will they look like me?’
BBC
Ashleigh Kelso, 27, donated some of her eggs to a couple to help them start their own family.
 Like Reply
20h 240% spike in young adults dying of alcohol-related liver disease
Daily Mail
A new study from the University of Michigan Medicine has found that alcohol is fueling a rise in young adults dying from cirrhosis, or liver scarring, increasing by 65 percent between 1999 and 2016.
 Like Reply
24h Complementary cancer therapies linked to reduced survival
BBC
Cancer patients who receive complementary therapies are more likely to shun proven treatments, a study finds.
 Like Reply
On the top

Date settings

Today is Friday, July 20, 2018

+ 1 -
+ 1 -
+ 2016 -

Close

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookie policy.

Accept