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 Viral hepatitis kills 1.34 million worldwide 14 Sep 10:54pm Viral hepatitis kills 1.34 million worldwide
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Viral hepatitis kills more people than HIV, malaria or tuberculosis, a new study found. It's one of the top ten causes of death in the world. The WHO has a plan to stop it by 2030, but efforts are lagging.
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 Preeclampsia causes lifelong heart issues for women 14 Sep 10:52pm Preeclampsia causes lifelong heart issues for women
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A new study finds that women who had preeclampsia are at higher risk for lifelong cardiac health problems. Those who had early-onset preeclampsia are at even greater risk.
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 Chad Carr brain tumor tissue leads to breakthrough 14 Sep 9:23pm Chad Carr brain tumor tissue 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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 Spot-loving doctor squeezes out exploding pus 14 Sep 9:06pm Updated Spot-loving doctor squeezes out exploding pus
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Dr Michael Lewis, who runs his own clinic in Woodland Hills, California, donned his purple gloves as he tackled the nasty mass on the unidentified patient's neck.
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 Apple-shaped women at risk of a deadlier breast cancer 14 Sep 8:44pm Apple-shaped women at risk of a deadlier breast cancer
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Experts stressed the findings, made by researchers at Shadong University, China, and published in The Oncologist, were important as breast cancer is becoming a 'pandemic'.
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 Your stools reveal whether you can lose weight  14 Sep 7:46pm Updated Your stools reveal whether you can lose weight 
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Researchers from the University of Copenhagen found having low levels of the bacteria Prevotella in the trial's participant's stools prevented weight loss if they ate fruit and vegetables or sweets.
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 Maintaining a steady weight helps you avoid hypertension 14 Sep 6:49pm Maintaining a steady weight helps you avoid hypertension
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A new report from the American Heart Association has found that yo yo dieting is more likely to cause hypertension than smoking, drinking heavily or eating unhealthy foods.
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 Antidepressants raise the risk of an early death by 33% 14 Sep 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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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