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Erectile dysfunction supplements on Amazon contain ingredients which have NO scientific evidence 14 May 3:21pm Updated Erectile dysfunction supplements on Amazon contain ingredients which have NO scientific evidence
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Research by Baylor College of Medicine in Texas trawled through more than 400 scientific studies on 21 ingredients contained in supplements which claim to reduce erectile dysfunction.
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Tramadol is NOT safer than painkillers, study finds 14 May 2:37pm Updated Tramadol is NOT safer than painkillers, study finds
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Tramadol was once thought less addictive than other opioids, and therefore, safer, but new Mayo Clinic research suggests patients are most likely keep refilling it than they are hydrocodone.
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Psychologically ill man addicted to swallowing NAILS has 116 of them removed from his intestine 14 May 1:37pm Psychologically ill man addicted to swallowing NAILS has 116 of them removed from his intestine
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Doctors said Bhola Shankar, from Bundi in Rajasthan state, India, was lucky to be alive after gobbling down the two-inch spikes. Somehow, the nails didn't pierce his stomach.
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Gut bacteria may trigger autism 14 May 1:34pm Gut bacteria may trigger autism
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A study by the Qilu Children's Hospital of Shandong University in Jinan, China, found children with autism spectrum disorder have a unique make-up of bugs in their stools.
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South Carolina declare hepatitis A outbreak amid 400% surge in cases 14 May 1:11pm Updated South Carolina declare hepatitis A outbreak amid 400% surge in cases
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In just seven months, 86 people in South Carolina have been diagnosed with hepatitis A, which typically sickens just 19 a year, prompting the state to declare an outbreak amid a 300% surge in US cases.
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Exercise more, eat a healthy diet and stop smoking to slash your risk of deadly dementia 14 May 12:49pm Updated Exercise more, eat a healthy diet and stop smoking to slash your risk of deadly dementia
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The World Health Organization, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, today released its report which it hopes will help countries deal with a dementia burden expected to triple.
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Fussy-eating toddlers grow up consuming more junk food and sugar 14 May 11:32am Updated Fussy-eating toddlers grow up consuming more junk food and sugar
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University of Bristol researchers found youngsters who were picky about their food when they were three-years-old consumed 11 per cent more sugar by the age of 13.
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The adorable pet cat called Kolo who keeps wandering into his local A&E unit 14 May 10:45am The adorable pet cat called Kolo who keeps wandering into his local A&E unit
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The tabby has been wandering into Southmead Hospital in Bristol for over a year. One mother was grateful the cat kept her ADHD ten-year-old son, Leo, occupied during a long wait.
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14 May 10:31am Updated Mother left on death’s doors battling ‘raging’ sepsis after having the contraceptive coil fitted
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Linsey LeTubb, 38, of Gwent, South Wales, had the coil fitted in 2011. In 2018, she was rushed to hospital in pain where doctors diagnosed pelvic inflammatory disease, which triggered sepsis.
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14 May 9:40am Final year students who don’t get sleep are 40 per cent less likely to graduate
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A lack of sleep was linked to a lower grade score, jeopardizing success. Researchers led by Montclair State University quizzed college students and tracked their grades over four years.
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Scientists can create a perfect map of your gut on a microchip 13 May 11:56pm Updated Scientists can create a perfect map of your gut on a microchip
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Harvard University scientists have created a microchip that mimics the gut and its bacteria to help them study how certain drugs will interact with the complex flora inside the intestines.
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Low-dose aspirin increases risk of bleeding in the skull, study finds  13 May 11:15pm Updated Low-dose aspirin increases risk of bleeding in the skull, study finds 
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A new study from Chang Gung University College of Medicine in Taiwan has found taking a low-dose aspirin had a 0.63 percent risk of bleeding in the skull, roughly two out of every 1,000 people.
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13 May 9:34pm Updated 40% of new moms feel anxious or depressed in the first three months after giving birth, survey finds
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A new survey from Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital in Florida has found that nearly 60 percent of women under age 45 reported feeling anxiety or depressed after giving birth.
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Cure for the devastating pregnancy complication that Beyonce suffered? 13 May 9:08pm Updated Cure for the devastating pregnancy complication that Beyonce suffered?
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Preeclampsia is a common condition characterised by high blood pressure which can harm mother and baby. Scientists in France found a molecule secreted by the placenta is responsible and reduced it.
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The prostate cancer conundrum: Should you opt for surgery — and risk nasty side-effects? 13 May 8:43pm Updated The prostate cancer conundrum: Should you opt for surgery — and risk nasty side-effects?
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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said active surveillance should be considered an ‘equal choice’ to prostatectomy and radiotherapy for prostate cancer.
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PET scan could identify people with PTSD who are at risk of suicide 13 May 8:04pm Updated PET scan could identify people with PTSD who are at risk of suicide
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PET scans show a clear pattern of an overactive neurotransmitter in the brains of people with PTSD and suicidal thoughts, according to new research from Yale University.
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ASK THE GP: Dr Martin Scurr answers your health questions  13 May 7:45pm Updated ASK THE GP: Dr Martin Scurr answers your health questions 
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Here, the Daily Mail's resident GP answers your health concerns in his weekly column. Today, he looks at a hypothyroid crisis, which can be fatal.
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