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18 Jun 6:54pm How a positive outlook can transform cancer care
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Travel writer Ileana von Hirsch discovered that the experience of having cancer can have its comedic moments - and finding them makes all the difference.
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18 Jun 6:30pm Cystic fibrosis patient left in chronic pain after getting a TATTOO
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The unnamed woman, from Scotland, had a large coloured ink tattoo on her left thigh in 2015 - but developed chronic pain within months. Doctors published the case in the BMJ Case Reports.
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 Ditch your pills to beat heart disease! 18 Jun 4:43pm Updated Ditch your pills to beat heart disease!
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Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra and Professor Dame Sue Bailey, chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, are behind the move.
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 Did England listen to Rihanna before World Cup match 18 Jun 4:09pm Did England listen to Rihanna before World Cup match
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Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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18 Jun 3:30pm Electric shocks could help stroke victims regain movement
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A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, has found that sending electric shocks to the brain may help stroke victims regain movement in their arms and legs.
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 Man recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle 18 Jun 3:24pm Man recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle
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Steven Featley, 23, from Stoke Ash in Suffolk, had his sixth liver transplant last year as part of a lifelong battle with rare condition biliary atresia, which he has had since he was six weeks old.
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18 Jun 3:11pm One third of teens take supplements and shun mainstream drugs
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The supplement and alternative medicine market is booming - twice as many children are now customers as were a decade ago, according to the new University of Illinois, Chicago research.
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18 Jun 2:38pm Migraines cost the economy £3.3 billion a year
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Researchers from Novartis, Paris, found that sufferers need up to 33 days off work a year to cope with their condition. Over 38 million people in the US and six million in the UK suffer migraines.
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 Comfort eating is caused by stress at the dinner table in childhood 18 Jun 2:08pm Updated Comfort eating is caused by stress at the dinner table in childhood
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The study, from University College London and published in Pediatric Obesity, suggests that genes are ‘largely unimportant’ when it comes to emotionally over- or under-eating.
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18 Jun 1:49pm Updated A third of teens take supplements and the rate shunning mainstream drugs has DOUBLED in 15 years 
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The supplement and alternative medicine market is booming - twice as many children are now customers as were a decade ago, according to the new University of Illinois, Chicago research.
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 Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about body dysmorphia 18 Jun 1:32pm Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about body dysmorphia
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Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, from Melbourne, had a tumultuous relationship with food in the past and are now trying to inform others about the dangers of body dysmorphia.
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 Compulsive video-game playing qualifies as a mental health condition 18 Jun 1:27pm Compulsive video-game playing qualifies as a mental health condition
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The U.N. health agency said classifying 'Gaming Disorder' as a separate condition will 'serve a public health purpose for countries to be better prepared to identify this issue.'
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 Could YOU recognize the signs of OCD? 18 Jun 1:25pm Could YOU recognize the signs of OCD?
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'OCD' has come to be used as an off-the-cuff statement. In reality, it is much more serious. Lynn Crilly explains the disorder which David Beckham, Megan Fox and Charlize Theron have all battled.
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18 Jun 12:42pm England should listen to Rihanna before World Cup match tonight
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Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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18 Jun 12:27pm England should listen to Rihanna before their World Cup match tonight
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Brunel University researchers found listening to upbeat tunes the players already knew before a game gave them the most positive feelings before a match.
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18 Jun 11:46am Man, 23, recovering from SIXTH liver transplant in lifelong battle against rare condition
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Steven Featley, 23, from Stoke Ash in Suffolk, had his sixth liver transplant last year as part of a lifelong battle with rare condition biliary atresia, which he has had since he was six weeks old.
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18 Jun 11:22am Are YOU at risk of developing a shock blood clot from flying?
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Travel-related deep vein thrombosis (DVT) has remained a hot topic ever since the link with long-haul flights was first recognized in the last 10 years. Dr Sarah Brewer lays out the risk factors.
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18 Jun 11:05am Updated How epileptic Samantha Price has battled odds to become beauty queen
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Samantha Price, 30, from Pontypool, Wales, was told her daughter Mia Crowley, now eight, had a rare form of epilepsy when she was just a few months old. Mia, now eight, is now on medication for condition.
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18 Jun 10:40am Millennials are set to become the first generation with worse health than their parents
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Young people face greater long-term stress, anxiety and depression due to the rise of insecure work arrangements, a report by the Health Foundation think-tank has found.
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 Vitamin D can prevent breast cancer 18 Jun 10:14am Updated Vitamin D can prevent breast cancer
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Researchers from the non-profit organisation GrassrootsHealth, San Diego, California, found that those with 60ng/ml are a fifth less likely to suffer than those with just 20ng/ml.
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18 Jun 7:41am Updated How party dips can give you Norovirus and even herpes
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Microbiologists reveal on Channel 4's Food Unwrapped how double dipping can spread bacteria very quickly as even a small amount of someone's saliva in a dip will allow germs to multiply.
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18 Jun 7:07am Updated British teen developed the Georgian disease cowpox after feeding cattle
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The unnamed boy, from the Wrexham-Cheshire border, broke out in itchy lesions on his hands, feet and arms after caring for calves on his family's farm. He has recovered but is scarred.
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18 Jun 4:18am Updated Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw open up about their body dysmorphia
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Models Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, from Melbourne, had a tumultuous relationship with food in the past and are now trying to inform others about the dangers of body dysmorphia.
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 Woman, 23, with a split tongue and blue EYEBALLS 18 Jun 3:54am Updated Woman, 23, with a split tongue and blue EYEBALLS
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Admitting her addiction to tattoos started at the tender age of 16, NSW woman Amber Luke has 57 inkings on her body - including a mandala on her decolletage and forehead.
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