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 Antidepressants raise the risk of an early death by 33% 14 Sep 2017, 6:09pm Updated Antidepressants raise the risk of an early death by 33%
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Psychiatrists disputed the latest findings, made by researchers at McMaster University, Canada, arguing that the drugs have been safely used for years and offer a lifeline for depressed people.
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 Diet soda affects your taste buds 14 Sep 2017, 4:11pm Updated Diet soda affects your taste buds
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A new study explains that each of two artificial sweeteners inhibits the taste receptors that makes the other taste bitter.
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 Lady Gaga shares her struggles with fibromalygia 14 Sep 2017, 2:57pm Updated Lady Gaga shares her struggles with fibromalygia
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Lady Gaga revealed on twitter that she suffers from chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia. She is releasing a documentary covering her disorder and how she attempts to manage it daily.
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 Sleepy teenage brains need school to start later 14 Sep 2017, 1:14pm Sleepy teenage brains need school to start later
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Kyla Wahlstrom, a CDC-funded senior research fellow in policy at the University of Minnesota, explains why high schoolers should get a lie-in - according to science.
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 Wife of an X Factor star almost bled to death 14 Sep 2017, 12:41pm Updated Wife of an X Factor star almost bled to death
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After a devastating miscarriage, Debbie King, 40, from Leeds, the wife of Jonathan Ansell, 35, who is the lead singer of the operatic group G4, suffered what is known as a placenta percreta.
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 Woman cured of acid reflux that left her unable to swallow 14 Sep 2017, 12:04pm Woman cured of acid reflux that left her unable to swallow
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EXCLUSIVE: Anna Lavinas, from Croydon, struggled with her heartburn ever since childhood. Drugs designed to help combat her reflux, known as PPIs, all failed.
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 Tissue of boy, 5, who died of tumor leads to breakthrough 14 Sep 2017, 10:39am Tissue of boy, 5, who died of tumor leads to breakthrough
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Chad Carr, the grandson of legendary University of Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr, was just five years old when he died. He had DIPG, a lethal and untreatable brain tumor which only affects kids.
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 What a fitness model would order at a FAST FOOD chain 14 Sep 2017, 9:21am Updated What a fitness model would order at a FAST FOOD chain
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Personal trainer Dan Rayner reveals what he would eat at the biggest chains - and there are surprisingly a lot of options even for someone who is watching what they eat.
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 What a fitness guru would order at a FAST FOOD chain 14 Sep 2017, 7:40am What a fitness guru would order at a FAST FOOD chain
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Personal trainer Dan Rayner reveals what he would eat at the biggest chains - and there are surprisingly a lot of options even for someone who is watching what they eat.
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 Why the obese should eat six meals a day 14 Sep 2017, 6:23am Why the obese should eat six meals a day
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Experts at Athens University Medical School found eating six small meals a day is better than three large ones. This leads to better blood sugar control and reduced hunger.
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 Grandma who lost 17 stone is denied excess skin removal 14 Sep 2017, 6:16am Grandma who lost 17 stone is denied excess skin removal
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EXCLUSIVE: Gillian Jenkins, 57, from Penarth, south Wales, dropped from 27 stone to 9 stone 10 lbs after taking up Zumba, but is not eligible for NHS surgery to remove the excess skin.
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 Physical and mental health of new mothers 14 Sep 2017, 4:43am Updated Physical and mental health of new mothers
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Serena Williams and Lara Trump both had their babies this month. Experts warn that challenges women face after pregnancy include weakened core muscles and depression.
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 Monty Python star Terry Jones did the London Memory Walk  14 Sep 2017, 2:41am Updated Monty Python star Terry Jones did the London Memory Walk 
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EXCLUSIVE Comedy actor Terry Jones, 75, recently took part in Alzheimer's Society's London Memory Walk after being diagnosed with a rare form of the condition almost a year ago.
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 Women get bored of having sex with partner after 1 year 14 Sep 2017, 1:52am Updated Women get bored of having sex with partner after 1 year
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The 'important' findings, made by Southampton University researchers, were based on answers from 11,508 participants. The results were published in BMJ Open.
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 HIV vaccine may be just a short step away 13 Sep 2017, 11:15pm Updated HIV vaccine may be just a short step away
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Researchers in Cambridge believe they have solved the problem by 'unblocking' a process linked to an HIV protein that was halting the production of 'B-cells' from the immune system.
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 Belgian man left unable to get erection after cat scratch 13 Sep 2017, 10:32pm Belgian man left unable to get erection after cat scratch
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Belgian doctors found the patient had 'cat-scratch disease' after various tests. It is caused by bacteria called Bartonella henselae, which can be found in the mouth and claws of cats. (stock)
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 Mama June weight loss surgery could help eyesight 13 Sep 2017, 9:20pm Updated Mama June weight loss surgery could help eyesight
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Researchers from the University of Melbourne, Australia, studied weight loss and how it impacts eyesight. Mama June Shannon has childhood cataracts that may have been due to her weight.
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 Eating disorders in men on the rise 13 Sep 2017, 8:06pm Updated Eating disorders in men on the rise
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Men seeking treatment for an eating disorder has risen in the last six years. Experts say male celebrities such as Aaron Carter speaking out about his body dysmorphia can help others seek help.
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 Women lacking vitamin D raise risk of MS by 43% 13 Sep 2017, 7:48pm Updated Women lacking vitamin D raise risk of MS by 43%
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A study by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health says measuring vitamin D levels could denote one's risk - which shows a healthy amount of the 'sunshine vitamin' is key to preventing MS.
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