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14 Feb 4:48pm Man had a two stone mass removed from his leg in India
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Known only as Saidalavi, 46, he was diagnosed with elephantiasis as a teenager. Five doctors cut off the 30lb mass during a five-hour operation at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi in India.
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 Jason Tetro reveals how to flu-proof your home 14 Feb 4:41pm Jason Tetro reveals how to flu-proof your home
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Jason Tetro, a visiting professor of immunology at the University of Guelph, breaks down how bacteria festers at home and keep communal areas virus-free.
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14 Feb 4:19pm Updated New drug could treat cold sores better than anything else
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Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago have discovered that a drug effectively treats herpes in the eye and may treat all forms of the virus, offering a glimmer of hope to herpes sufferers.
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14 Feb 2:49pm Merck pulls promising late-stage drug trial
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Merck was tipped to be a frontrunner in the global race to find a treatment for the incurable disease - and in doing so, earn billions. But Tuesday's statement suggests otherwise.
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 Girl, 6, is the second child to die of flu in New Jersey 14 Feb 1:03pm Girl, 6, is the second child to die of flu in New Jersey
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Nevaeh Hernandez, 6, of North Bergen, New Jersey, died from the flu on Monday. Her father, who is in armed services and stationed in Germany, flew home after learning of her death.
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 Man had a TWO STONE mass removed from his leg  14 Feb 11:04am Man had a TWO STONE mass removed from his leg 
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Known only as Saidalavi, 46, he was diagnosed with elephantiasis as a teenager. Five doctors cut off the 30lb mass during a five-hour operation at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi in India.
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 Doctors discover a Portuguese woman has 2 anuses 14 Feb 11:00am Doctors discover a Portuguese woman has 2 anuses
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Medics in Figueria da Foz - 87 miles (140km) south of Porto, saw two holes leaving her anus - instead of the usual one. They published the case in a journal because it is considered so rare.
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 Watching TV as a toddler makes them heavier as a teenager 14 Feb 10:36am Watching TV as a toddler makes them heavier as a teenager
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Researchers from the University of Montreal also found very young children who spend too much time watching television are more likely to eat unhealthy food and do badly at school.
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14 Feb 10:08am Cases of eczema on the rise due to gym habits
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Skin infections are easy to avoid but surprisingly common. Dermatologist and GP Kirsty Lau gives her recommendations for how you can prevent common skin infections caught at the gym.
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 APD could explain why your partner ignores you 14 Feb 8:51am Updated APD could explain why your partner ignores you
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APD is essentially a problem with how the brain interprets sound. It may explain why some people struggle to hear speech in a noisy restaurant and could even be why your spouse 'ignores' you.
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14 Feb 8:01am Updated Harvard study shows rise in babies dying in their sleep
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Pediatricians at Harvard Medical School warn the stagnant figures are a sign that efforts to promote 'safer' sleeping positions have been futile.
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 What really happens when you go from carnivore to vegan 14 Feb 7:04am Updated What really happens when you go from carnivore to vegan
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Veganism, or plant-based eating, is the fastest-growing lifestyle trend in the UK. But what's it like to ditch meaty meals for plant-based eating? Here, journalist Leah Hardy reveals all.
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 Diseases could be detected from your fingerprint 14 Feb 5:58am Updated Diseases could be detected from your fingerprint
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Our fingerprints, the tiny ridges and troughs in the skin, are unique. And, according to experts, they are an outward marker of our inner health issues - even those that haven't manifested yet.
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14 Feb 5:35am One in six post-operation infections resist antibiotics
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The worldwide overuse of antibiotics has has meant many germs have evolved to resist the drugs, with some dangerous strains becoming completely untreatable, an NHS study has revealed.
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14 Feb 5:19am Updated Kanye West and Jay-Z blamed for rise in use of MDMA
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University of South Florida researchers name-checked the three stars on the back of their new study which shows hip-hop music is coaxing black listeners into using the drug.
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 Kidney stones cases are on the rise, especially in women 13 Feb 11:42pm Kidney stones cases are on the rise, especially in women
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A study by the Mayo Clinic looks at the prevalence of kidney stones in more than 10,000 residents of Olmsted County, Minnesota, over three decades from 1984 to 2012.
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 Chemicals found in food packaging linked to weight gain 13 Feb 9:06pm Chemicals found in food packaging linked to weight gain
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A study led by Harvard’s School of Public Health looked at the affect of chemicals called perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) on weight regulation after weight loss.
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 Could gene editing fight the AIDS crisis? 13 Feb 7:04pm Could gene editing fight the AIDS crisis?
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Experts say gene editing, which has been FDA-approved to treat cancer and blindness, could also be used to treat HIV and AIDS.
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