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16h Updated Emily Dumler receives new immunotherapy cancer treatment
Daily Mail
Emily Dumler, 36, was diagnosed with stage three non-Hogdkin's Lymphoma in September 2013 and given months to live. But an immunotherapy clinical trial saved her live.
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17h ‘Narcolepsy isn’t funny’ – living with a sleep disorder
The Guardian
The journalist and author Henry Nicholls has been struggling with several sleep disorders for decades, but for many it’s just a joke For a serious examination of the devastating and incurable disability that is
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Wearable tech could help stroke patients with recovery21h Wearable tech could help stroke patients with recovery
BBC
US scientists are developing wearable sensors to speed up the recovery of stroke patients.
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Britons told to get a good night’s sleep23h Britons told to get a good night’s sleep
The Guardian
Long-hours culture behind epidemic of sleeplessness damaging workers’ healthBritain is suffering an epidemic of sleeplessness, according to a book that takes a forensic look at the physical and mental consequences of failing to get a good night’s rest. In
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Wearable tech aids stroke patients26h Wearable tech aids stroke patients
BBC
US scientists develop sensors to allow doctors to follow their patients' progress away from the clinic.
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 Dietary guidelines for children with cancer should change 33h Updated Dietary guidelines for children with cancer should change
Daily Mail
Research from the University of York has found that attempting to sterilise food does not help prevent infection - and harms children's quality of life.
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I’m 17 and my parents control me and want me to conform – what can I do?38h I’m 17 and my parents control me and want me to conform – what can I do?
The Guardian
You are not going to make them change, says Annalisa Barbieri, but education is your way out – it won’t always be like this
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38h Updated Hastings toddler is allergic to water and blisters in bath
Daily Mail
Eighteen-month-old Ivy Angerman, from Hastings, Minnesota, was diagnosed with the extremely rare condition aquagenic urticaria in October last year and is one of just 50 sufferers worldwide.
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George Ezra: ‘I don’t have a diary but I do have a sister, or “assister” as I call her’39h George Ezra: ‘I don’t have a diary but I do have a sister, or “assister” as I call her’
The Guardian
The singer-songwriter, 24, on touring, drinking and the importance of sleep
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40h ‘I’m climbing with a fitter friend: less effort, more fun’ | Zoe Williams
The Guardian
Together we could make a formidable team I went climbing with a millennial. It was like a perfect political metaphor: she is younger, fitter, braver and more energetic. I am incredibly good at getting discouraged, having a rest and giving advice from the sidelines. She will cling on to a wall like a marmoset trying to escape certain death, whereas I will get near the top, realise how high that is and lose my nerve. Together we could make a formidable team, me at the bottom of the wall, going, “That’s great, try swapping your feet. Oh… What did you do that for?” And her going, “Shall we try that again so we’ve actually done it? Do you think we should have warmed up first?” Climbing muscles, being the same as regular muscles, are use-it-or-lose-it. I climbed more often before I embarked on the lunatic running caper, and used to think of the green runs at my local centre as being for children, or for a warm-up. Now I find them devilish hard, and the purple is my top-of-the-tree, when in fact they are both for novices, really. I suspect the millennial of avoiding the blue-with-red-spots just so as to not show me up.
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 Mother-of-3 receives new immunotherapy cancer treatment 23 Feb 11:20pm Updated Mother-of-3 receives new immunotherapy cancer treatment
Daily Mail
Emily Dumler, 36, was diagnosed with stage three non-Hogdkin's Lymphoma in September 2013 and given months to live. But an immunotherapy clinical trial saved her live.
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 The 4 remedies for winter runny nose 23 Feb 10:12pm Updated The 4 remedies for winter runny nose
Daily Mail
Dutch researchers found in 2016 that capsaicin, found in spicy food, can improve symptoms of a cold. However, they warned that it may cause irritation at first.
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 One THIRD of millennials only brush their teeth once a day 23 Feb 9:47pm One THIRD of millennials only brush their teeth once a day
Daily Mail
Many Americans are neglectful of their oral hygiene, raising their risks not only of disease of the mouth, but heart disease and dementia. Millennials have worse habits and are more afraid of dentists.
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 How dangerous is your painkiller? 23 Feb 8:17pm Updated How dangerous is your painkiller?
Daily Mail
The dangers of ibuprofen and four other popular tablets, taken by millions of adults across the world to dampen their discomfort, were assessed by Taiwanese researchers.
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23 Feb 7:52pm Updated ER reduces opioids by more than half using laughing gas
Daily Mail
Doctors at St. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey use laughing gas and dry needling to treat pain associated with broken bones and kidney stones.
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World Hacks: Putting your leftover pills back to work 23 Feb 7:17pm World Hacks: Putting your leftover pills back to work
BBC
An app in Greece is helping people donate their leftover drugs to those who can't afford to buy them.
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