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 How to heal a hickey: Simple tricks to banish love bites 6 Dec 2017, 5:54pm How to heal a hickey: Simple tricks to banish love bites
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Concealer and scarves can only hide a hickey for so long. The best way to make sure your love mark goes unnoticed is to get rid of it with a few simple treatments that work just as well for bruises.
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 Half-price generic version of Viagra to hit the shelves 6 Dec 2017, 5:16pm Updated Half-price generic version of Viagra to hit the shelves
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Pfizer has repackaged its famous little blue impotence pill in a white tablet, called sildenafil, and will slash the$65-a-pill retail price of its blockbuster drug by half starting Monday.
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 Experts reveal the 8 hangover cures that really work 6 Dec 2017, 5:09pm Experts reveal the 8 hangover cures that really work
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As many as 75 to 80 percent of people suffer from hangovers even after a few drinks. Health writer Anna Magee gave her best tips and tricks for avoiding hangovers and how to cure them.
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 Connecticut couple loses two children from rare disease 6 Dec 2017, 4:53pm Connecticut couple loses two children from rare disease
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A couple from Connecticut lost two of their children eight weeks apart from a rare mitochondrial disease in 2014. Now they say their experience has made them better parents to their other two children.
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6 Dec 2017, 4:38pm Updated A Fitbit could save your life
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Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh found more steps on a Fitbit significantly lowers certain cancer patients' risk of being readmitted to hospital after 30 or 60 days.
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6 Dec 2017, 3:40pm Calling millennials snowflakes damages their mental health
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Almost three quarters of British 16-24 year olds believe the moniker is unfair and are adamant it could negatively affect their mental health, according to a survey of 2,000 people by Aviva.
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 Your face gives away your health 6 Dec 2017, 3:15pm Updated Your face gives away your health
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Researchers from around the world, including Macquarie University in Sydney, found face shape is linked to a person's risk of developing high blood pressure, which affects up to one in three adults.
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6 Dec 2017, 2:12pm Updated Doctors find brain abnormalities in Embassy attack in Cuba
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Medical experts are still searching for ways to explain the hearing, vision, balance and memory damage the U.S. Embassy staff has suffered since fallowing ill in Havana, Cuba.
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 Heart scans on NBA players show 60% have abnormal results 6 Dec 2017, 1:21pm Updated Heart scans on NBA players show 60% have abnormal results
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Basketball players are 30 times more likely than any other athlete to suffer a sudden cardiac death, and this new research by NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia attempts to look at why.
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 Does going on a sunbed make you want a tattoo? 6 Dec 2017, 12:32pm Updated Does going on a sunbed make you want a tattoo?
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Those who seek bronze skin the natural way are also more likely to try risky weight-loss diets, including self-induced vomiting, according to researchers at Baylor University, Texas.
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6 Dec 2017, 11:42am Updated Three month diet can reverse Type 2 diabetes
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Nearly half the Brits who underwent the diet saw their condition go into remission — providing the strongest evidence yet that diabetes can be eradicated by simply losing weight.
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6 Dec 2017, 11:08am Updated Study reveals why 10-year-olds consume energy drinks
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Researchers from Newcastle University found parents coerce their children into having energy drinks in exchange for good behaviour. Such beverages have been linked to insomnia.
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 Gwyneth Paltrow criticised for promoting quick weight loss 6 Dec 2017, 10:08am Gwyneth Paltrow criticised for promoting quick weight loss
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Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop has come under fire for an article with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson. London nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert says her quick weight-loss advice is harmful.
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6 Dec 2017, 10:04am Doctors identify brain abnormalities in Cuba attack...
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Medical experts are still searching for ways to explain the hearing, vision, balance and memory damage the U.S. Embassy staff has suffered since fallowing ill in Havana, Cuba.
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6 Dec 2017, 9:13am Updated Woman could die from a sneeze or the germs in the air
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Former teacher Hannah Evans, from South Wales, has mass cell activation disorder (MCAD). It means her body's immune system is severely impaired leaving her vulnerable.
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6 Dec 2017, 9:08am NJ boy gets transplant after living without kidneys
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Ismael Rodriguez-Reyes, 7, was born with polycystic kidney disease, which caused the kidneys to overgrow and form cysts. After finally getting new organs he hopes to return home to New Jersey.
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6 Dec 2017, 6:33am Updated Nappy sacks should carry suffocation warnings by law
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Birmingham-based The Royal Society for the Protection of Accidents is urging parents to keep nappy sacks out of children's reach as the thin plastic can form an airtight seal around their faces.
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 Seven-year-old who weighs 19 stone has weight-loss surgery 6 Dec 2017, 6:08am Updated Seven-year-old who weighs 19 stone has weight-loss surgery
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Muhammad Yousuf from Kasur in Punjab, Pakistan, weighs four times more than an average child of his age. He is thought to suffer from Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes an insatiable appetite.
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 Boy, 3, almost died from sepsis 6 Dec 2017, 5:55am Boy, 3, almost died from sepsis
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Jack Baily, from Haddenham in Buckinghamshire, who had problems going to the toilet and urinated like a 'sprinkler', fell ill at nursery back in October 2015.
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6 Dec 2017, 5:54am Three quarters of unwell Brits turn to Dr Google
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The average adult in Britain believes they can beat two thirds of all illnesses without medical help, a Future You survey found. When ill, two in five are reluctant to book a GP appointment.
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 Antibiotics in farming is driving the resistance crisis 6 Dec 2017, 3:22am Antibiotics in farming is driving the resistance crisis
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England's chief medical officer, Dame Sally Davies, has already warned antibiotic resistance could make routine operations such as hip replacements life-threatening within a few years.
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 Why a cooler climate makes you more likely to get cancer 6 Dec 2017, 2:38am Why a cooler climate makes you more likely to get cancer
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Inuits have the highest rate of cancer, followed closely by Scandinavian people, while chilly Britain has a cancer rate three times higher than that of India and twice the rate of Thailand.
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5 Dec 2017, 11:52pm Updated Why you should help children with their homework
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US scientists found helping children with their homework can stop them from attempting suicide. And a Brazilian study found keeping tabs on children protects them from taking drugs.
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