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Do siblings lower your cancer risk? People with big families are less likely to develop the disease 11 Oct 5:40pm Do siblings lower your cancer risk? People with big families are less likely to develop the disease
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The larger the family, the less frequently certain types of cancer occur, including brain, bladder, lung, stomach, breast, ovarian colorectal and cervical cancers as well as melanoma.
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11 Oct 3:35pm Fasting for 24 hours three times a week REVERSED type 2 diabetes in a trio of men
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Researchers at Scarborough Hospital, Ontario, found that one of the patients was even able to ditch insulin for good just five days into the fasting plan. And all of the men found the diet easy!
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Can YOU spot the missing letter from the alphabet in this chart? 11 Oct 2:29pm Can YOU spot the missing letter from the alphabet in this chart?
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The team at Optical Express has adapted the traditional Snellen chart millions of patients across the world are used to reading from in their eye tests.
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11 Oct 2:07pm Not all obesity is the same: There are many types
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Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute showed different types of obesity derail metabolism in different ways - and in doing so, have different implications for the sufferer's health.
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NYC doctors charged for prescribing opioids without seeing patients 11 Oct 1:47pm Updated NYC doctors charged for prescribing opioids without seeing patients
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Drs Carl Anderson, Dante Cubangbang, Nkanga Nkanga, Anthony Pietropinto and Nadem Sayegh were arrested on Thursday in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island.
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Another reason to stop vaping: E-cigarette flavors are just as bad for lung function as smoking 11 Oct 1:10pm Another reason to stop vaping: E-cigarette flavors are just as bad for lung function as smoking
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E-cigarettes have gained enormous popularity as a 'safer' alternative to combustible tobacco, but new research from the University of Athens found they cause lung inflammation and damage.
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Mice with two MOTHERS are born in China 11 Oct 12:46pm Updated Mice with two MOTHERS are born in China
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Twenty-nine healthy mice were created by scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing using DNA taken from two mouse eggs - without sperm from a father.
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Gout is NOT caused by a poor diet! Wine and steak increase the risk of the condition by just 1% 11 Oct 12:44pm Gout is NOT caused by a poor diet! Wine and steak increase the risk of the condition by just 1%
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Researchers at the University of Otago found that the inflammatory condition is largely driven by genetics, debunking a centuries-old myth. Famous sufferers include Henry VIII.
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11 Oct 12:26pm Updated Severe obesity levels have hit a record high among Year 6 children
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The proportion of English children who are classified as 'severely obese' is higher than ever this year, with 4.2 per cent – more than 24,000 children – falling into the fattest category.
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11 Oct 12:05pm Hope for gay couples who want their own children as mice with two MOTHERS are born in China
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Twenty-nine healthy mice were created by scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing using DNA taken from two mouse eggs - without sperm from a father.
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11 Oct 11:39am Updated Medicinal cannabis oil will be available on prescription soon
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From November 1, UK laws will change to allow cannabis-based products for medicinal use to be prescribed in England, Scotland and Wales, according to a statement from Sajid Javid.
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11 Oct 11:12am Updated EpiPens used by millions of allergy sufferers have flaws, says coroner
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Dr Sean Cummings presided over Natasha Ednan-Laperouse's inquest, who died of an allergic reactions after eating a Pret a Manger sandwich. She passed away in a French hospital.
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Illinois boy, 7, is first EVER diagnosed with rare disease 11 Oct 10:26am Illinois boy, 7, is first EVER diagnosed with rare disease
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Will Kilquist, of Illinois, was diagnosed with one of 31 syndromes discovered in less than two years by a new national network dedicated to uncovering the roots of rare, undiagnosable diseases.
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11 Oct 9:46am Medicinal cannabis oil will be available on prescription from NEXT MONTH, Home Secretary says 
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From November 1, UK laws will change to allow cannabis-based products for medicinal use to be prescribed in England, Scotland and Wales, according to a statement from Sajid Javid.
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The morning after pill saves the US $6.2 million a year, study reveals 11 Oct 9:09am Updated The morning after pill saves the US $6.2 million a year, study reveals
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A policy change in 2006 allowed American women to get levonorgestrel EC (sold as Plan B) without prescription, and broadened insurance coverage for general contraceptions like the Pill.
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Girl, 5, makes remarkable recovery from mysterious polio-like disease striking clusters of US kids 11 Oct 8:32am Updated Girl, 5, makes remarkable recovery from mysterious polio-like disease striking clusters of US kids
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Elizabeth Storrie, five, is one of three children in Texas and 38 across the US to develop acute flaccid myelitis, a rare disorder that mostly strikes children, causing temporary paralysis.
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11 Oct 8:29am Updated Account executive, 26, became completely paralysed after the PILL caused her body to shut down 
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Katrina Parra, 26, from Venezuela, developed abdominal pain, anxiety and near-constant vomiting in 2012. By Christmas Eve, Ms Parra was forced to go to intensive care.
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Woman, 30, lay in a bath of her BLOOD after doctors dismissed her vaginal cancer as an STI   11 Oct 7:46am Updated Woman, 30, lay in a bath of her BLOOD after doctors dismissed her vaginal cancer as an STI  
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Amanda Hayes, 30, from Didcot, Oxford, was turned away by her GP for months, who insisted her persistent bloating and abdominal pain was IBS, and even suggested it may be an STI.
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Flea-borne TYPHUS in LA County spreads to Long Beach 11 Oct 7:38am Flea-borne TYPHUS in LA County spreads to Long Beach
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Typhus, a bacterial infection spread by fleas has infected 12 people in Long Beach, spreading to the third California city after cases in downtown LA and Pasadena over the past fortnight.
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11 Oct 5:35am Putting your fingers up your nose could spread bacteria which cause pneumonia
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Researchers led by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine say it would be unrealistic to tell children to stop touching their noses but hygiene could be improved around vulnerable relatives.
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Men who drink two cups of coffee or tea a day are more than twice as likely to get partners pregnant 11 Oct 4:29am Updated Men who drink two cups of coffee or tea a day are more than twice as likely to get partners pregnant
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Experts in the US say that caffeine has a key effect on the chemicals ATP and GTP that stops them from breaking down, ensuring more energy for sperm to swim faster and for longer periods.
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How to get fit in five minutes: Ex Wiggle member shares her day on a plate and exercise routine 10 Oct 10:45pm How to get fit in five minutes: Ex Wiggle member shares her day on a plate and exercise routine
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Lauren Hannaford , 32, is a former elite gymnast who once played the beloved Australian TV character Dorothy the Dinosaur. Now she has revealed her exercise routine and day on a plate.
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DR MAX PEMBERTON THE MIND DOCTOR: Quizzing children on their mental health is going too far 10 Oct 7:50pm DR MAX PEMBERTON THE MIND DOCTOR: Quizzing children on their mental health is going too far
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As a doctor who has spent most of his career working in mental health, you’d expect me to welcome a £1.9 billion Government plan to transform mental health services in our schools, writes DR MAX.
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10 Oct 7:12pm Social care crisis is crippling A&E leading to record overcrowding
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According to the Care Quality Commission, many patients end up in A&E because they have been denied social care.
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