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24 Sep 4:40pm Updated A man paralyzed from the waist is walking after a world-first implant was fitted in his spine
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Jered Chinnock, 29, from Tomah, Wisconsin, was left paralyzed like late Superman actor Christopher Reeve. He is now able to walk again thanks to an implant in his spine.
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Tennessee mother-of-three, 32, has 20-pound cyst removed from stomach 24 Sep 1:25pm Updated Tennessee mother-of-three, 32, has 20-pound cyst removed from stomach
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Ashley Walden, of Tennessee, was diagnosed with a benign cyst in 2013, but her doctor said there was nothing to be done. By 2016, she looked pregnant and struggled to walk.
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Parents who spent three years trying for a baby will likely outlive their one-year-old son 24 Sep 12:30pm Updated Parents who spent three years trying for a baby will likely outlive their one-year-old son
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Charlie Walton, one, from Cheshire has a rare genetic condition called MECP2 Duplication Syndrome which means his development is severely delayed and he is nearly a year behind.
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24 Sep 11:59am Updated Laser tattoo removal leaves hapless divorcee with a grotesque brown blister
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Andrew Milne, 32, from Corby in Northamptonshire, tried to get a tattoo of his ex-wife's initials removed from his left-hand ring finger but ended up with a pus-filled, inch-long blister.
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Being around sick people makes us smell 24 Sep 11:09am Being around sick people makes us smell
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Researchers from the Monell Center, Philadelphia, found that when mice are exposed to ill rodents, their odour changes to match the scent of their sick counteraprts.
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The taller you are the more likely you are to suffer from varicose veins 24 Sep 10:41am Updated The taller you are the more likely you are to suffer from varicose veins
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Study of more than 490,000 people by Stanford University found that the genes that code for height may also cause valves in veins to break down. This might allow blood to flow back.
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24 Sep 10:25am Updated Incredible scans of a man who had a 4-inch knife stuck in his face
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Doctors in South Africa published details of the unusual tale and an array of jaw-dropping scans of the unnamed patient in the prestigious British Medical Journal Case Reports.
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Champion bagpiper whose fingers turned BLACK and had to be amputated 24 Sep 9:47am Updated Champion bagpiper whose fingers turned BLACK and had to be amputated
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Andrew Shilliday, 33, from Dungannon in Northern Ireland developed gangrene in his hands and feet while he was working in the Scottish Highlands.
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24 Sep 9:42am Online sperm donors are pressuring women into unprotected sex
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Growing numbers of women are reportedly using unregulated websites to find free sperm donors and are putting themselves at risk of abuse and STIs, experts have warned.
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Online sperm donors are harassing women and pressuring them into unprotected sex 24 Sep 8:33am Online sperm donors are harassing women and pressuring them into unprotected sex
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Growing numbers of women are reportedly using unregulated websites to find free sperm donors and are putting themselves at risk of abuse and STIs, experts have warned.
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24 Sep 5:46am Nurse, 40, begs doctors to amputate her leg
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Lexi Chambers, of Exeter, is trying to raise £10,000 to have her leg amputated as she believes it would give her her life back. The NHS has yet to decide if it will pay.
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24 Sep 5:32am Updated Millennials threatening the NHS by not working nights or weekends
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This is putting the NHS under increased pressure at a time when there were 107,743 vacancies at the end of June in England alone - an increase from the 98,475 unfilled positions in March 2017.
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24 Sep 3:33am Obesity set to overtake smoking as the most common cause of preventable cancer for women
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A study predicts one in ten new female cancer cases – around 23,000 a year – will be caused by excess weight by 2035, only 2,000 fewer than by tobacco.
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