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23 Jul 5:04pm Millions of Americans think cannabis can do things that have NOT been proven by science, study warns
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More than a third of the US sees cannabis as beneficial for health, a nationally representative survey by the University of California, San Francisco shows. But the reasons they cite aren't proven.
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23 Jul 4:29pm Updated Indonesian baby born with two faces and two brains but one head
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Gilang Andika from Batam, a city in Indonesia about 20 miles across the sea from Singapore, was born with two faces and two brains but just one head, and suffers from a life-threatening brain illness.
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 Doctor who lectures on how to spot signs of sepsis almost dies from it 23 Jul 3:41pm Doctor who lectures on how to spot signs of sepsis almost dies from it
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A doctor from Preston who lectures medical students on how to spot signs of sepsis revealed he almost died from the infection. He was saved only because his brother, also a doctor, realised how ill he was.
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 Heat making you miserable? Global warming could lead to THOUSANDS more suicide deaths 23 Jul 1:48pm Updated Heat making you miserable? Global warming could lead to THOUSANDS more suicide deaths
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By 2050, global temperatures are expected to rise by two degrees Celsius, leading to 21,000 more suicides in the US and Mexico, Stanford and University of California, Berkeley, scientists warn.
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23 Jul 11:45am Girl, 12, candidly shares her battle with incurable blistering disease
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Destiny Fuentes, 12, from Las Vegas, Nevada, was diagnosed at birth with epidermolysis bullosa, a rare, genetic tissue order that causes her skin to blister and burst, leaving raw sores on her body.
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23 Jul 10:56am How evolution is to blame for our love of pimple-popping videos
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Neuroscientist Heather Berlin, from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, says people's love of pimple-popping videos is all down to a need to get possibly dangerous things out from under their skin.
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23 Jul 10:18am Neuroscientist explains how evolution is to blame for our love of pimple-popping videos
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Neuroscientist Heather Berlin, from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, says people's love of pimple-popping videos is all down to a need to get possibly dangerous things out from under their skin.
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23 Jul 9:36am Emma Neagu had her foot fitted backwards after having bone cancer
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Emma Neagu, now 14, from Toronto, was diagnosed with a form of bone cancer known as osteosarcoma in 2016. The teen endured nine months of grueling chemotherapy.
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 Gardening and cookery classes could be prescribed to treat depression 23 Jul 8:12am Gardening and cookery classes could be prescribed to treat depression
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The UK's Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, says more GPs should use social prescribing to treat people with depression instead of relying on medicine as a first resort.
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 Harrow toddler born without any stomach muscles 23 Jul 7:58am Harrow toddler born without any stomach muscles
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Albert, two, from Harrow, London, was born with extremely wrinkly skin on his torso that left him looking 'like an old man'. Four days later, he was diagnosed with Prune Belly Syndrome.
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23 Jul 7:57am Updated Gymnast, 14, chose to have her foot removed and refitted backwards after developing bone cancer
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Emma Neagu, now 14, from Toronto, was diagnosed with a form of bone cancer known as osteosarcoma in 2016. The teen endured nine months of grueling chemotherapy.
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