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 Woman, 26, found to have first case of EYE WORMS in humans 12 Feb 6:58pm Woman, 26, found to have first case of EYE WORMS in humans
Daily Mail
Abbey Beckley, 26, was hiking near her home in Bend, a three-hour drive south-east of Portland, in 2015 when she felt something behind her eyelid.
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 Boy born with hole in his heart celebrates first birthday 12 Feb 6:14pm Updated Boy born with hole in his heart celebrates first birthday
Daily Mail
Jeremiah Powers was born with a congenital heart defect last January that required an extensive open-heart surgery in June. He just celebrated his first birthday in Cleveland, Ohio.
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 Sibling bullying linked to schizophrenia 12 Feb 5:25pm Sibling bullying linked to schizophrenia
Daily Mail
A Warwick University study suggests children picked on by their brothers and sisters end up traumatised as adults. The findings are based on analysis of almost 3,600 British children.
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 Mother-of-two teacher, 38, dies of flu 12 Feb 4:16pm Mother-of-two teacher, 38, dies of flu
Daily Mail
A mother-of-two, 38, died from complications stemming from the flu after deciding the medication to treat the virus was too expensive.
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12 Feb 1:21pm Updated Teething pain reveals genetic disorder in 1 year-old boy
Daily Mail
Phil Kerman, of Bransholme, Hull, said son Ronnie had been struggling with pain for some time, which he and wife Louise had assumed was simply teething pain.
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12 Feb 1:06pm A reminder not to take true love lightly | Brief letters
The Guardian
When Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday clash | Nationwide | Ladies’ swimming places | Staples in compost | MarmaladeValentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday only occasionally clash,
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 Photos show the reality of battling breast cancer 12 Feb 11:56am Updated Photos show the reality of battling breast cancer
Daily Mail
Helen Sheil, 76, from Queensland, had both breasts removed after being diagnosed with the disease 20 years ago, however, the condition has returned and spread to the mother-of-two's bones.
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Josh Quigley cycled the world after surviving suicide 12 Feb 11:45am Josh Quigley cycled the world after surviving suicide
BBC
Josh Quigley rode over 10,000 miles to raise awareness of mental health issues after attempting to take his own life.
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12 Feb 11:13am Brain scans reveal why alcohol makes people aggressive
Daily Mail
It took only two vodka-based mixers for the University of New South Wales researchers to note a dampening effect in the working of the prefrontal cortex - the area that controls aggression.
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How social media can make life better for young people in care 12 Feb 10:11am How social media can make life better for young people in care
The Independent
It's widely accepted that young people living in children's homes or foster care are vulnerable to mental illness, but new research shows that social media can actually help
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12 Feb 9:59am How people document eating disorder recovery on Instagram
The Independent
Instagram can offer a supportive online community to people recovering from eating disorders. It can also reinforce stereotypes of eating disordered bodies
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How meal deals could undo the benefits of the sugar tax 12 Feb 9:57am How meal deals could undo the benefits of the sugar tax
The Independent
The sugar tax relies on creating a price difference between high- and low-sugar drinks, but this could be cancelled out by bundled offers, such as fixed-price meal deals
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 Pensioner has a 26lb ovarian tumour removed in India 12 Feb 9:01am Pensioner has a 26lb ovarian tumour removed in India
Daily Mail
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Surgeons at Indubhai Parekh Memorial Hospital in India said if she had left it any longer, the huge tumour may have burst. The patient is recovering well.
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Prostate cancer: The two drugs that can radically delay the spread of the disease 12 Feb 8:42am Prostate cancer: The two drugs that can radically delay the spread of the disease
The Independent
Clinical trials show that two different drugs give patients two more years before their cancer metastasises
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 Pensioner, 70, finally has a 26lb ovarian tumour removed 12 Feb 8:01am Pensioner, 70, finally has a 26lb ovarian tumour removed
Daily Mail
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Surgeons at Indubhai Parekh Memorial Hospital in India said if she had left it any longer, the huge tumour may have burst. The patient is recovering well.
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 New jab can delay arthritis progression and save NHS cash 12 Feb 7:31am New jab can delay arthritis progression and save NHS cash
Daily Mail
Researchers at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, claim it opens the door to a patient with arthritis forgoing an operation in favour of an injection.
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12 Feb 5:55am Kent professional wakes up every morning feeling hungover
Daily Mail
Sarah Moughtin, 34, from Tunbridge Wells, Kent, suffers from lymphocytic hypophysitis, hypopituitarism and diabetes insipidus, which have made her virtually bedridden.
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12 Feb 5:30am Updated Peter Rabbit film producers apologise over allergy scene
BBC
Sony Pictures "regrets" a scene in the film where bunnies pelt a character with blackberries.
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NHS Scotland embarks on global radiologist search 12 Feb 2:58am NHS Scotland embarks on global radiologist search
BBC
Nine health boards are trying to attract radiologists to fill 32 vacancies across Scotland.
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Seven ways ... to deal with tinnitus 12 Feb 1:00am Seven ways ... to deal with tinnitus
The Guardian
There’s no cure, so prevention is best – but hope is not lost for the 10% of adults who hear sounds that are not coming from the external world
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Schizophrenia patients calmed by video game 11 Feb 7:59pm Schizophrenia patients calmed by video game
BBC
The patients learnt to use the technique in their daily lives to reduce the power of hallucinations.
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11 Feb 7:45pm Take sick children to pharmacies first, parents told
BBC
Visits to GPs and A&E for "self-treatable" conditions cost the service £850m a year, NHS England says.
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