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18 Sep 2:57pm Prescribe exercise and diets to obese patients - and keep track of them, US task force urges doctors
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About 40 percent of Americans are obese, putting them at risk for chronic disease and death. A US Preventive Services Task Force is urging doctors to treat diet and exercise like prescriptions.
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 Woman, 71, develops hepatitis after taking turmeric supplements to prevent a stroke 18 Sep 2:32pm Updated Woman, 71, develops hepatitis after taking turmeric supplements to prevent a stroke
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The unnamed 71-year-old, believed to be from Arizona, suffered no symptoms but was referred to a specialist when a check-up found she had abnormally high enzyme levels in her liver.
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 Rubbing sandalwood oil on your scalp may stimulate hair growth 18 Sep 12:58pm Updated Rubbing sandalwood oil on your scalp may stimulate hair growth
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Researchers from the Monasterium Laboratory, Münster, Germany, found that when a synthetic version of the aromatic oil is applied to scalp tissue in the lab, it stimulates hair growth after just six days.
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 Man who lost ALL his limbs from infection caused by a dog lick speaks out 18 Sep 12:12pm Man who lost ALL his limbs from infection caused by a dog lick speaks out
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Speaking in a video put out by his doctors at Froedtert Hospital, Greg Manteufel, 48, describes watching the bacteria take over his body, and telling doctors he would try anything to stay alive.
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 Is apple cider vinegar good for you? A doctor weighs in...  18 Sep 11:15am Is apple cider vinegar good for you? A doctor weighs in... 
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Apple cider vinegar has been tipped as a cure-all for back-ache, weight loss, syphilis, and more. Gabriel Neal, a clinical assistant professor of family medicine at Texas A&M University looks into it.
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18 Sep 11:14am Going bald? Rubbing sandalwood oil on your scalp may stimulate hair growth
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Researchers from the Monasterium Laboratory, Münster, Germany, found that when a synthetic version of the aromatic oil is applied to scalp tissue in the lab, it stimulates hair growth after just six days.
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 Could a compound found in red wine ward off knee pain? 18 Sep 9:49am Updated Could a compound found in red wine ward off knee pain?
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Eight million people in the UK and 54 million in the US suffer from osteoarthritis - when the cartilage gradually becomes thin. It is different to rheumatoid arthritis.
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 Do you suffer from crippling PMS? You may have an STI 18 Sep 9:38am Updated Do you suffer from crippling PMS? You may have an STI
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Researchers from the University of Oxford believe a woman's immune system gets weaker before her periods, which allows STI bugs to thrive and worsen inflammation.
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18 Sep 9:35am Updated Number of children getting MMR jab declines for fourth year in a row
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Figures released by NHS Digital show the proportion of children receiving the MMR vaccination before they are two years old is 91.2 per cent – below the 95 per cent needed to protect the population.
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 Number of children getting the MMR jab declines for the fourth year in a row 18 Sep 8:09am Number of children getting the MMR jab declines for the fourth year in a row
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Figures released by NHS Digital show the proportion of children receiving the MMR vaccination before they are two years old is 91.2 per cent – below the 95 per cent needed to protect the population.
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 Heartwarming footage shows a puppy running to the fridge and fetching his ill owner a drink 18 Sep 7:49am Updated Heartwarming footage shows a puppy running to the fridge and fetching his ill owner a drink
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Mel Lucas, 25, from Tampa, Florida, suffers from the mobility disorder Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and hypoglycemia, which can leave her at risk of seizures and even death.
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 Are we hardwired to be xenophobic? You are less likely to trust someone who speaks with an accent 18 Sep 7:37am Updated Are we hardwired to be xenophobic? You are less likely to trust someone who speaks with an accent
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Regions of the brain are automatically activated to analyse whether to believe people from an 'in-group' or 'out-group' when they start talking, according to research led by McGill University (stock image).
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 How to keep your brain young - just keep moving, says Celia Dodd 18 Sep 4:48am Updated How to keep your brain young - just keep moving, says Celia Dodd
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Researchers at the University of Canberra in Australia found that regular aerobic exercise dramatically improved cognitive abilities such as thinking, reading, learning and reasoning.
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 Older age groups drink in a way that allows them to carry out their responsibilities, study finds 18 Sep 3:01am Older age groups drink in a way that allows them to carry out their responsibilities, study finds
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A study by the University of Adelaide in Australia says men and women do not think about the recommended limit of no more than 14 units a week.
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 How a tiny portable hand held device can help patients with chronic breathlessness  18 Sep 2:20am How a tiny portable hand held device can help patients with chronic breathlessness 
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A study of 111 patients with breathlessness, published in the European Respiratory Journal last year, found 82 per cent perceived some benefit when using a fan.
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 Celebrity trainers reveal the simple 33 minute workout they swear by 17 Sep 10:59pm Updated Celebrity trainers reveal the simple 33 minute workout they swear by
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The personal trainers responsible for some of the best bodies in Australia have revealed their diet and exercise secrets ahead of the summer months.
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 Do you get enough fibre and protein? Or too much sugar and salt? Foodoku is here to help 17 Sep 7:53pm Updated Do you get enough fibre and protein? Or too much sugar and salt? Foodoku is here to help
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Many of us don’t eat enough wholegrains or fruit and veg, so get far too little fibre, for instance, which is crucial for digestive health and the gut bacteria.
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