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12 Jul 5:28pm Smokers are up to 45% more likely to suffer from deadly irregular heart beats, study finds
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Researchers from Imperial College London found that for every 10 cigarettes smoked a day, the risk of suffering from atrial fibrillation, which is a cause of stroke, increases by 14 per cent.
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 Cinnamon could treat bacterial infections, claim scientists 12 Jul 2:11pm Updated Cinnamon could treat bacterial infections, claim scientists
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Swinburne University of Technology researchers tested cinnamaldehyde's ability to break up biofilms - which act as a shield against antibiotics - that form over bacteria to help it spread.
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 Girl who missed years of school fighting cancer is voted prom queen 12 Jul 1:55pm Girl who missed years of school fighting cancer is voted prom queen
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Charlotte Jenkins, 16, from Stockport in Greater Manchester battled against a rare form of acute myeloid leukaemia to be able to sit her GCSEs and go to her end of school prom.
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 Half the country is trying to lose weight, CDC figures reveal 12 Jul 1:14pm Updated Half the country is trying to lose weight, CDC figures reveal
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Women are making more of an effort than men, and richer people are more likely to make their weight a priority than lower-income people, the new CDC report found.
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 More than 400 overseas trainee GPs could be thrown out of England 12 Jul 12:59pm More than 400 overseas trainee GPs could be thrown out of England
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According to an NHS email seen by journalists the health service is 'unlikely' to be able to extend the visas of trainee doctors from outside Europe, and is calling on private practices to step in.
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12 Jul 12:42pm Updated Condition left a New York teacher needing 19 hours of sleep A DAY
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For six years, Kristen Devanna, 27, from Long Island, New York, suffered cracked skin, constantly feeling cold and fatigue so severe she needed to sleep within an hour of waking up.
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 75% of black adults develop dangerously high blood pressure before the age of 55, study reveals 12 Jul 12:03pm 75% of black adults develop dangerously high blood pressure before the age of 55, study reveals
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A new study, led by the University of Alabama, has found that both black men and women had a 1.5 to two times higher risk for hypertension compared with their white peers.
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 211,000 NHS patients have been waiting 6 MONTHS for treatment 12 Jul 10:02am 211,000 NHS patients have been waiting 6 MONTHS for treatment
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Some 4.08 million patients in May were waiting to start treatment - the highest total since 4.19 million in August 2007, according to figures released today by NHS England.
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12 Jul 9:52am Updated PT, 39, forgot this entire family after a cardiac arrest from overtraining stopped his heart
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Garth Suthurst's heart stopped beating for more than 20 minutes on June 1. The 39-year-old, who is from Manchester, defied the odds after being just an eight per cent chance of survival.
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 Grim footage shows a patient having 22 white hearing aid filters removed 12 Jul 7:41am Grim footage shows a patient having 22 white hearing aid filters removed
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Neel Raithatha, who runs a private clinic in Leicestershire, explained the patient was unaware they were lodged inside their ear canal.
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12 Jul 6:52am Updated Woman says going vegan has left her eczema free
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Victoria Jinks, 26, from Birmingham, says going vegan has almost cured the eczema with which she has suffered since she was born, and which sometimes became so bad her skin bled.
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 Rare condition left a teacher needing 19 hours of sleep A DAY 12 Jul 6:22am Rare condition left a teacher needing 19 hours of sleep A DAY
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For six years, Kristen Devanna, 27, from Long Island, New York, suffered cracked skin, constantly feeling cold and fatigue so severe she needed to sleep within an hour of waking up.
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12 Jul 4:27am Mother, 39, made the heartbreaking decision to allow her daughter, 14, to go blind
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Maisie Doswell, 14, from Rye, East Sussex, is one of just 30-to-40 people in the world to suffer from Myhre syndrome, which caused her to grow pubic hair at six and start her period at seven.
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 Trendy superfood ‘red dates’ from Asia KILL cancer cells in the lab, study finds 12 Jul 3:45am Updated Trendy superfood ‘red dates’ from Asia KILL cancer cells in the lab, study finds
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EXCLUSIVE Researchers from the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, found that compounds in jujube fruits programme lung, breast and prostate cancer cells to kill themselves in the lab.
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 Victoria woman diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant at age 29 12 Jul 3:40am Victoria woman diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant at age 29
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When Liana Purser, from Victoria, discovered she was pregnant at 29, she and her husband were overjoyed. But a diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer shattered their world.
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 Woman diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant at age 29 12 Jul 3:01am Woman diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant at age 29
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When Liana Purser, from Victoria, discovered she was pregnant at 29, she and her husband were overjoyed. But a diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer shattered their world.
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 Expert reveals which foods could help you life a longer life  11 Jul 9:46pm Expert reveals which foods could help you life a longer life 
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A healthy diet doesn't always mean you need to give up your favourite foods. Australian dietitian Dr Joanna McMillan reveals chocolate and wine are just some you can eat for a longer life.
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 Single injection could cure both obesity and type 2 diabetes 11 Jul 7:02pm Single injection could cure both obesity and type 2 diabetes
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Researchers from the Autonomous University of Barcelona found that injecting a hormone, known as FGF21, causes weight loss and greater insulin sensitivity in rodents.
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