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Opioid use is soaring among millennial women, report reveals 12 Oct 4:53pm Opioid use is soaring among millennial women, report reveals
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Last year, the number of millennial women hooked on addictive painkillers went up 17 percent (compared to six percent of men the same age).
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Photographer reveals the beauty of water births 12 Oct 2:03pm Photographer reveals the beauty of water births
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Natalie Lennard, 32, from Worthing in Sussex, created the photo series Aquadural using models and dolls because she said there needs to be 'more positive and inspiring birth images'.
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Is YOUR favourite pizza going to be affected by the new calorie cap? 12 Oct 1:00pm Updated Is YOUR favourite pizza going to be affected by the new calorie cap?
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The drastic proposals were issued by Public Health England. Here, we have revealed some of the most and least calorific pizzas sold at six popular chains and take-aways across Britain.
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Thousands of US children get NO vaccines at all - and the number is growing, CDC report reveals 12 Oct 11:22am Updated Thousands of US children get NO vaccines at all - and the number is growing, CDC report reveals
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An estimated 100,000 young children have not had a vaccination against any of the 14 diseases for which shots are recommended, the CDC said.
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GPs fear the new NHS app will add to their workloads 12 Oct 11:22am GPs fear the new NHS app will add to their workloads
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Some 61 per cent of NHS doctors expect more patients will request face-to-face appointments when the app is launched at the end of the year, according to a survey of more than 1,000 GPs.
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One in ten would use gene editing to make their child more attractive 12 Oct 11:17am Updated One in ten would use gene editing to make their child more attractive
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A total of 12 per cent (594 people) said they'd alter DNA for the sake of added intelligence, while 8 per cent (396 respondents) would modify genomes if it meant boosting a child's appearance.
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12 Oct 6:37am How to spot an orgasm: Study reveals how different culture vary
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Researchers found Western and Eastern cultures agree on what our face looks like when we're in pain. But when it comes to what faces look during an orgasm, that's where the two cultures differ.
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Hearing aids and cataract surgery may prevent dementia 12 Oct 6:04am Updated Hearing aids and cataract surgery may prevent dementia
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Researchers from Manchester University believe that retaining sight and hearing keeps a person physically active and socially engaged. This may reduced their risk of the disease.
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Christian couple who planned to lose their virginity on their wedding night wait SIX YEARS 12 Oct 5:21am Updated Christian couple who planned to lose their virginity on their wedding night wait SIX YEARS
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Ben Coussens, 31, and Emily, 28, from Austin in Texas, stayed celibate throughout their two-year courtship. Mrs Coussens said the attempt to make love felt like a knife being 'shoved inside' her.
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NHS waiting list is the longest for 11 years 12 Oct 4:46am Updated NHS waiting list is the longest for 11 years
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The waiting list for patients at NHS hospitals in England is the longest it has been since August 2007, and more than 3,000 patients have been waiting for more than a year to begin treatment.
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Damaging effects of a high-fat diet can be passed down THREE generations, study finds 12 Oct 3:23am Damaging effects of a high-fat diet can be passed down THREE generations, study finds
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A first-of-its-kind study at University of Zurich found that even if female mice don't become obese themselves, fatty diets predispose their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to obesity.
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Two more children are diagnosed with mysterious polio-like disease in Chicago 11 Oct 9:29pm Updated Two more children are diagnosed with mysterious polio-like disease in Chicago
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Two children in Chicago are among the 38 children with a rare disease known as acute flaccid myelitis (AFM). One of them is two-year-old Julia Payne, who has been in the hospital for several weeks.
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