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 Adults learn to fat-shame when they are children 53m Updated Adults learn to fat-shame when they are children
Daily Mail
Often influenced by their parents, children learn to see overweight people in a negative light. This causes them to make decisions based solely on someone's size, Duke University experts found.
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Children born prematurely able to perform equally as well at school as their peers, research shows1h 29m Children born prematurely able to perform equally as well at school as their peers, research shows
The Independent
While the most prematurely babies scored low in tests, the difference was 'negligible' by the time children were of middle-school age
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 NHS hernia mesh repairs could leave thousands in agony 1h 44m Updated NHS hernia mesh repairs could leave thousands in agony
Daily Mail
NHS England said mesh implants are the 'recommended method' for treating a hernia, which occurs when an organ or fatty tissue protrudes through an area of weak muscle in the body.
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 Rockmelon almost killed my unborn baby says Sydney mother 2h Rockmelon almost killed my unborn baby says Sydney mother
Daily Mail
Amelia Liddy-Sudbury, 35, from Sydney, got Listeria when she ate some cut-up rockmelon. This could have meant the death of herself and her unborn baby, but miraculously both are okay.
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2h Updated GPs demand to close their doors when they get too busy
Daily Mail
The proposal, being voted on at the British Medical Association's annual conference in Bournemouth this week, already has the backing of the Royal College of GPs.
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 Antibacterial soap is useless and may harm pregnant women 3h Antibacterial soap is useless and may harm pregnant women
Daily Mail
An international report published by more than 200 scientists has warned that antibacterial chemicals found in soap, lunchboxes and exercise mats could be causing 'more harm than good'.
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 ROCKMELON almost killed my unborn baby mother reveals 3h ROCKMELON almost killed my unborn baby mother reveals
Daily Mail
Amelia Liddy-Sudbury, 35, from Sydney, got Listeria when she ate some cut-up rockmelon. This could have meant the death of herself and her unborn baby, but miraculously both are okay.
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 Desperate couples getting fleeced by the NHS for IVF 7h Desperate couples getting fleeced by the NHS for IVF
Daily Mail
Nicola and Karl Medina were told by consultants at Leeds General Infirmary that the cause of their fertility problems was 'unexplained' and ended up spending £50,000 on private IVF treatment.
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How was your weekend running?7h Updated How was your weekend running?
The Guardian
Share your weekend exploits below the line, whether you have triumphant PBs or injury woes to report What is it with round numbers anyway? Why do we obsess over these completely arbitrary goals or targets? As regular readers of this column will know, missing said target by a few seconds is, anyway, very much the way we roll in my house. This weekend it was the turn of my 8 year old, who smashed her
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Let down by Thomas Cook when kids’ club failed to operate7h Let down by Thomas Cook when kids’ club failed to operate
The Guardian
We booked the hotel specifically because it had a kids’ club for our daughter, but it was closed on four occasions
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 HIV cases drop among gay men 7h Updated HIV cases drop among gay men
Daily Mail
Public Health England data has revealed that cases of HIV among gay and bisexual men have fallen across the region for the first time since the epidemic began more than 30 years ago.
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 Screen women for HPV at the same time as their smear test 7h Screen women for HPV at the same time as their smear test
Daily Mail
Currently NHS England only tests women for HPV if their smear test shows abnormal cells in their cervix. Despite making plans to change this, they don't come into place until 2019.
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Wait for justice11h Wait for justice
BBC
Private patients expect the best treatment, but what happens if things go wrong?
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Seven hospitalised amid Oldham drug warning12h Seven hospitalised amid Oldham drug warning
BBC
Anyone who has taken "magic" or "pink champagne" should seek urgent medical attention, say police.
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How Syrian refugees battle against cancer14h How Syrian refugees battle against cancer
BBC
Ammash, 4, has leukaemia and the funds for his treatment are running out.
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Middle-class parents contributing to teen addictions by 'handing over bottles of vodka', warns top therapist16h Middle-class parents contributing to teen addictions by 'handing over bottles of vodka', warns top therapist
The Independent
Parents are all too willing to 'turn a blind eye' and are often too naive to pick up on substance abuse, claims Mandy Saligari
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I sent money to a friend using Barclays’ Pingit app, but it never arrived31h I sent money to a friend using Barclays’ Pingit app, but it never arrived
The Guardian
An international transfer of £792 in euros in May still hasn’t turned up in my friend’s account
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Are you in with the in crowd? | Mitch Prinstein32h Are you in with the in crowd? | Mitch Prinstein
The Guardian
The way we deal with popularity at school stays with us for life. But, asks Mitch Prinstein, is it our true self?
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My husband refuses to drive our car and it’s driving me crazy32h My husband refuses to drive our car and it’s driving me crazy
The Guardian
A woman is frustrated at being the only one to deal with the household car. Mariella says her anger might be down to their general division of labour
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