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 Watch a cell commit suicide to protect the body from cancer 10 Aug 2018, 1:10pm Updated Watch a cell commit suicide to protect the body from cancer
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Researchers from Stanford University believe cell death is triggered by a signal going off within the membrane that then spreads like a 'wave', with self destruction spreading.
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 Endless stream of cottage cheese-like pus pours out of an abscess 10 Aug 2018, 12:31pm Endless stream of cottage cheese-like pus pours out of an abscess
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In the gruesome two minute-long clip, an endless stream of pus poured out of the huge lump on Dave Andrew's back. Mr Andrew, from Bristol, denied he was in much pain.
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10 Aug 2018, 12:22pm Pets may cure depression: Adopting a furry friend relieves symptoms in a third of patients
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Researchers from the Medical-Psychiatric Clinic, Porto, believe pets allow patients to experience pleasure from activities they once found enjoyable, such as exercise and social interactions.
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10 Aug 2018, 11:46am Watch a cell suicide to protect the body from cancer
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Researchers from Stanford University believe cell death is triggered by a signal going off within the membrane that then spreads like a 'wave', with self destruction spreading.
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 Elderly patient made an appointment with his cat’s VET after being unable to get a GP appointment 10 Aug 2018, 10:41am Updated Elderly patient made an appointment with his cat’s VET after being unable to get a GP appointment
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EXCLUSIVE The Brighton-based vet, who choose to remain anonymous, told MailOnline he was unable to treat the pensioner but prescribed flea treatment for his cat in case that was the cause.
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 Norway will prescribe free heroin to its most serious addicts to improve their quality of life 10 Aug 2018, 9:13am Updated Norway will prescribe free heroin to its most serious addicts to improve their quality of life
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Although controversial, supporters of such programmes, which are used elsewhere in Scandinavia, argue they reduce death rates and lower crime. The plan may come in as soon as 2020.
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 NHS buckles under the heatwave, official statistics confirm 10 Aug 2018, 7:00am Updated NHS buckles under the heatwave, official statistics confirm
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Health leaders admitted the heatwave has been detrimental to the NHS in England but argued it should have been able to cope with sky-high temperatures, if it was resourced properly.
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10 Aug 2018, 6:41am Updated Neuroscientists find region of the brain responsible for pessimism
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Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that by stimulating this area they could make animals give far more weight to the drawback of a situation than its benefit (stock).
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10 Aug 2018, 5:13am Thousands could benefit from leukaemia drug banned for patients given all-clear after NHS U-turn 
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NHS England previously limited Ibrutinib so patients who had been in remission for more than three years missed out. The once-daily pill works by inhibiting the growth of cancerous cells.
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 New mum, 29, developed deadly sepsis after infected C-section wound began leaking pus 10 Aug 2018, 4:32am New mum, 29, developed deadly sepsis after infected C-section wound began leaking pus
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Harriet Shearsmith, 29, says she is lucky to be alive after waking to find her nightdress soaked in pus just two weeks after the birth of her first child Reuben.
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 Salt is NOT as bad as previously thought, study claims 10 Aug 2018, 3:23am Updated Salt is NOT as bad as previously thought, study claims
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Guidelines say eat no more than 0.75 teaspoons of salt a day. But a study by McMaster University found that anything under two-and-a-half teaspoons - which is standard for most people - is safe.
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