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 Doctors are calling for heroin, cocaine and cannabis to be made legal 27 Apr 5:08pm Doctors are calling for heroin, cocaine and cannabis to be made legal
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The Royal College of Physicians, which represents 26,000 medics in the UK, said it: 'strongly supports the view that drug addiction must be considered a health issue first and foremost.'
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 Virtual GP consultations will be more common than meeting in person in 10 years 27 Apr 5:08pm Virtual GP consultations will be more common than meeting in person in 10 years
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Dr Eric Topol, a professor of genomics at The Scripps Research Institute in California, has been commissioned by Jeremy Hunt to examine how the NHS can utilise technology to transform healthcare.
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 Woman with rare disorder that makes her smell like fish 27 Apr 5:07pm Updated Woman with rare disorder that makes her smell like fish
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Connie Christy, 43, from Sheridan, Indiana has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder that causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine.
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 Dental dams are the only option for safe oral sex on women 27 Apr 4:47pm Dental dams are the only option for safe oral sex on women
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After more than a century, the 'flappy' rubber dental dams are still the only widely - offered protection for women receiving oral sex, but once company is finally trying to give them a sexier makeover.
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 Vitamin B6 supplements may help people recall their dreams 27 Apr 4:33pm Vitamin B6 supplements may help people recall their dreams
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Researchers from The University of Adelaide found that taking a strong dose of such supplements for just five days improves people's abilities to remember their dreams by 64 per cent.
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 Rebekah Marine gets married with a gold prosthetic arm 27 Apr 4:27pm Rebekah Marine gets married with a gold prosthetic arm
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Model Rebekah Marine, 31, got married to medical student Jared Paster, 32, on April seventh while wearing a gold prosthetic on her right arm despite wearing the same black arm for 19 years.
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 Men with stronger handshakes are more likely to get married 27 Apr 4:25pm Men with stronger handshakes are more likely to get married
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The new study, which used data from more than 5,000 adults, was the first to show a link between grips and marriage. It was conducted by researchers at Columbia University.
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 The end of slings and crutches? ‘Extraordinary’ new glue 27 Apr 3:08pm The end of slings and crutches? ‘Extraordinary’ new glue
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Further studies are needed to confirm the glue works in humans, but experts at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm are hopeful, following successful trials on rat bones.
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 Posting a daily picture online reduces loneliness 27 Apr 3:02pm Posting a daily picture online reduces loneliness
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EXCLUSIVE Researchers from Lancaster University found posting an image online every day for two months helps people feel more engaged with their surroundings.
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 Can dental dams be sexed-up? Shapeless rubber sheets are the only option for safe oral sex on women 27 Apr 2:22pm Updated Can dental dams be sexed-up? Shapeless rubber sheets are the only option for safe oral sex on women
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After more than a century, the 'flappy' rubber dental dams are still the only widely - offered protection for women receiving oral sex, but once company is finally trying to give them a sexier makeover.
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 E. coli-infected salad saga rages on: 31 more sickened, bringing the total to 84 27 Apr 2:09pm Updated E. coli-infected salad saga rages on: 31 more sickened, bringing the total to 84
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E. coli linked to romaine lettuce has now sickened 84 people across the US. The CDC says the germ came from Arizona, but it is using genome sequencing to narrow the location down.
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 Could this playlist of war-time classics ease symptoms in dementia patients? 27 Apr 1:01pm Updated Could this playlist of war-time classics ease symptoms in dementia patients?
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A University of Utah study found that listening to music from a bygone era such as popular hit You Are My Sunshine could alleviate symptoms such as anxiety and agitation in dementia patients.
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 Toxic caterpillar plague hits the UK 27 Apr 12:41pm Toxic caterpillar plague hits the UK
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Oak processionary moths (OPM), which are in their larval stage, have been spotted across vast regions of south-east England, with numbers steadily rising over the past two weeks.
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 New plaster uses nitric oxide GAS to heal wounds faster 27 Apr 11:38am New plaster uses nitric oxide GAS to heal wounds faster
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Professor Steve Bain, from the Diabetes Research Unit at Swansea University, said the gas plaster had the potential to radically improve healing in many patients with foot ulcers.
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27 Apr 10:53am A photo a day keeps the blues away! Posting a daily picture online reduces loneliness
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EXCLUSIVE Researchers from Lancaster University found posting an image online every day for two months helps people feel more engaged with their surroundings.
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 Super-strength vitamin B6 supplements may help people recall their DREAMS 27 Apr 8:21am Super-strength vitamin B6 supplements may help people recall their DREAMS
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Researchers from The University of Adelaide found that taking a strong dose of such supplements for just five days improves people's abilities to remember their dreams by 64 per cent.
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 Mediterranean diets boost ‘good’ bacteria in the gut 26 Apr 7:41pm Updated Mediterranean diets boost ‘good’ bacteria in the gut
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Scientists from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina found that eating a diet rich in plants, fish and olive oil boosts good bacteria in the stomach more than western ways of eating.
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