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 Going vegan can prevent overweight people from diabetes 13 Feb 6:27pm Going vegan can prevent overweight people from diabetes
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Following a plant-based diet can boost insulin sensitivity in fat people, found researchers at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine in Washington DC.
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13 Feb 5:11pm Women want more babies than they will have
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As fertility rates decline and more couples opt to remain childless, the 'ideal' number of children people want stays above national fertility rates. But the growing gap may be a good thing, an exert says.
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 Crystal Whitley on life support after two strains of flu  13 Feb 2:16pm Crystal Whitley on life support after two strains of flu 
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Crystal Whitley, 35, of Mullin, Texas, is on life support after contracting two strains of the flu virus. She was diagnosed with sepsis, double pneumonia, and MRSA,
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 Products that help keep your skin soft and supple 13 Feb 2:08pm Updated Products that help keep your skin soft and supple
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Freezing weather and stuffy central heating leaves our skin much drier in the winter, exacerbating conditions such as eczema, dandruff and dry eyes.These are the most popular products, rated.
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13 Feb 1:52pm Will marriage be good or bad for your health?
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Married couples have lower rates of disease than singletons in later life. But it can be disastrous if you're not ready. Psychologist Dr Jen Nash helps you work out if you're ready.
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13 Feb 12:06pm Updated Texas conjoined twin girls separated after nearly 2 years
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Surgeons in Houston, Texas successfully separated Anna and Grace Richards's shared heart tissue, diaphragm and liver in last month, hospital officials announced Monday.
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 UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Mike Rutherford answers our quiz 13 Feb 11:21am UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Mike Rutherford answers our quiz
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The veteran singer/songwriter exercises every day to remain in good health, but still likes a regular tipple, too. He also believes sex is important for well-being.
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 Teenager dies from meningitis despite not having rash 13 Feb 10:48am Updated Teenager dies from meningitis despite not having rash
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Lewis Hilton, 19, from Greetland, near Huddersfield, was killed by meningitis B - a deadly strain that he wasn't protected against. He was given a jab against four other strains in September.
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 More than 12 million US women are living with depression 13 Feb 10:41am Updated More than 12 million US women are living with depression
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Eight percent of all Americans suffer depression, and women are twice as likely to struggle with the mood disorder as are men, according to new data released by the CDC.
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 5 commonplace supplements to revive flagging libido 13 Feb 10:12am Updated 5 commonplace supplements to revive flagging libido
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Losing libido is a natural thing for people suffering from overwork, tiredness, or just the hormonal changes. Nutritionist Rick Hay from Healthista reveals what supplements can help
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 Cannabis holiday 4/20 linked to spike in fatal car crashes 13 Feb 9:58am Cannabis holiday 4/20 linked to spike in fatal car crashes
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The Canadian study lacks evidence on whether pot was involved in any of the April 20 crashes, but marijuana can impair driving ability. 420 was once a code used by police for 'cannabis'.
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 TheraBracelet could boost weak hands after a stroke 13 Feb 9:46am TheraBracelet could boost weak hands after a stroke
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While physiotherapy and hand exercises can help, researchers say the new device, TheraBracelet, could help speed up recovery for stroke patients.
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 Big Pharma is thriving off the flu 13 Feb 8:27am Big Pharma is thriving off the flu
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Americans are losing their lives and the economy is losing billions, but pharmaceutical companies and distributors are raking in profits from cheap but only moderately effective treatments.
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 NHS denies 1 in 3 dementia patients best standards of care 13 Feb 7:36am NHS denies 1 in 3 dementia patients best standards of care
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This means tens of thousands miss out on counselling sessions, home visits from specialist nurses and activities such as dance and art.
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 Arthritis DMARD drugs could half dementia development risk 13 Feb 7:29am Arthritis DMARD drugs could half dementia development risk
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Cheap drugs that are often used to treat rheumatic conditions like arthritis may also be halve the change of developing against dementia, researchers have shown in a recent study
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 Marijuana eases pain in over 90% of elderly patients 13 Feb 7:22am Marijuana eases pain in over 90% of elderly patients
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Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel found that among those over 65 suffering discomfort, 93.7 per cent report improvement after six months of taking cannabis.
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 Marijuana eases pain in MORE THAN 90% of elderly patients 13 Feb 7:15am Updated Marijuana eases pain in MORE THAN 90% of elderly patients
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Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel found that among those over 65 suffering discomfort, 93.7 per cent report improvement after six months of taking cannabis.
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 Motor neuron disease tears through Welsh family 13 Feb 6:35am Motor neuron disease tears through Welsh family
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A family from Clydach, Wales, have lost five members of their family to motor neurone disease. However, Mandy Duguid is determined to aid in funding for research into the disease
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13 Feb 6:32am Woman claims a gastric band destroyed her life
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In September 2013, Hazel Orchard, 58, from the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, paid £10,000 for a laparoscopic gastric bypass after decades of unhealthy eating left her unable to wash or dress herself.
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 Teenager dies from meningitis - despite not having rash 13 Feb 6:23am Teenager dies from meningitis - despite not having rash
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Lewis Hilton, 19, from Greetland, near Huddersfield, was killed by meningitis W - a deadly strain that he wasn't protected against. He was given a jab against four other strains in September.
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13 Feb 6:06am Alcohol damages the brain more than cannabis, study finds
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Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder found that, unlike booze, marijuana does not affect the size or integrity of white or grey matter in the brain, even after years of exposure.
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13 Feb 5:02am Specialist units not GPs should control pain killer use
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Doctors are doling out opioids such as tramadol and oxycodone in huge numbers, driving an escalating crisis in addiction to prescription drugs.
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 Couples with a good sex life are more likely to cheat 13 Feb 4:25am Updated Couples with a good sex life are more likely to cheat
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Researchers at Florida State University found that people who really enjoy sex are more likely to be unfaithful because they seek out sex with more partners.
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 George Lockley is being slowly crippled by SMA 13 Feb 4:19am Updated George Lockley is being slowly crippled by SMA
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George Lockley suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), yet doctors believe the way UK medicines are approved could see him miss out on treatment. His parents tell his story.
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 ASK THE GP: Do I need surgery for my leaky heart valve? 13 Feb 1:48am ASK THE GP: Do I need surgery for my leaky heart valve?
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The Daily Mail's resident GP answers your queries on everything and anything. This week, leaky heart valves and dis-coloured tongues.
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 Woman found to have first case of eye worms in humans 12 Feb 10:11pm Updated Woman found to have first case of eye worms in humans
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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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 Experts believe eating slowly could be way of keeping slim 12 Feb 7:22pm Updated Experts believe eating slowly could be way of keeping slim
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A study of 60,000 people found those who ate slowly were 42 per cent less likely to be overweight than fast eaters.
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 Swimming in cold water could relieve pain 12 Feb 7:05pm Swimming in cold water could relieve pain
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Experts at Cambridge University and the University of East Anglia have called for research into cold-water therapy as a treatment for serious pain, in light of the sea curing debilitating pain.
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 Father swaps dad bod for six pack before his 40th birthday 12 Feb 7:02pm Updated Father swaps dad bod for six pack before his 40th birthday
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EXCLUSIVE: Kevin O'Connor, who lives in Kildare, dropped to 9st 13lb eight months after beginning his quest for his dream physique - and claims to have done 'nothing revolutionary'.
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