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17 May 3:09pm CVS sets out to test EVERY supplement in stores and nearly one in 10 flunked the first round
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CVS announced Wednesday that it has begun testing the supplements it sells in an effort to protect customers. Experts say that it's a step in the right direction, but doesn't replace regulation.
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Why menopause makes you comfort eat - and how to stop it, a leading psychologist explains 17 May 1:42pm Updated Why menopause makes you comfort eat - and how to stop it, a leading psychologist explains
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Top psychologist and author of The Shrinkology Solution Dr Meg Arroll explains why less stress is key to weight loss, especially for midlife women during their hormonal fluctuations.
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Heartbroken parents of terminally-ill children launch legal action for life-saving drugs on the NHS 17 May 12:23pm Updated Heartbroken parents of terminally-ill children launch legal action for life-saving drugs on the NHS
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Oliver, eight, and Amelia Carroll, six, of Poynton, Cheshire, uffer with rare Batten disease. They have been receiving a treatment on trial, but this won't continue as NICE have not recommended it's use.
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Not to be sniffed at! How nose sprays can crack deadly peanut allergies  17 May 12:01pm Not to be sniffed at! How nose sprays can crack deadly peanut allergies 
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This kind of treatment, known as immunotherapy, is already used by specialist allergy clinics, but usually involves swallowing tiny quantities of powder containing peanut protein.
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FDA poised to approve $5 MILLION gene therapy to treat muscular atrophy 17 May 11:33am Updated FDA poised to approve $5 MILLION gene therapy to treat muscular atrophy
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The FDA is expected to approve Zolgensma, the world's second gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy. Expert's worry that the two drugs for the disease are setting an expensive precedent.
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Fruit juice increases your risk of early death – even MORE than soda, study finds 17 May 11:00am Fruit juice increases your risk of early death – even MORE than soda, study finds
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Researchers from Emory and Cornell found excessive soda consumption increased the risk of early death by 11%. Excessive consumption of fruit juice increased the risk of early death by 24%.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez grills Big Pharma CEO over $2,000 HIV drug that costs just $8 in Australia 17 May 10:18am Updated Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez grills Big Pharma CEO over $2,000 HIV drug that costs just $8 in Australia
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Experts say that the US could end HIV transmissions by 2030 if 1million more Americans were taking the drug, known colloquially as PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis).
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More than a MILLION people may have missed out on a meningitis vaccine due to an IT blunder 17 May 9:51am Updated More than a MILLION people may have missed out on a meningitis vaccine due to an IT blunder
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Tim Mason (pictured), of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, died at just 21 years old in March last year from meningitis and septicaemia. His parents Fiona and Gavin Mason blame the IT blunder.
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Schoolgirl, 11, is left unable to do her homework due to sweaty hands 17 May 9:24am Schoolgirl, 11, is left unable to do her homework due to sweaty hands
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The youngster, from India, suffers from primary focal hyperhidrosis, which causes uncontrollable sweating in her palms and the soles of her feet.
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17 May 9:04am Updated The 11 NHS trusts with excess deaths across England
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NHS Digital collected figures from all 130 hospital trusts last year. Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been on the worst offending list every year since 2011.
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The so-called healthy smoothies with up almost TEN TIMES the sugar than a Krispy Kreme doughnut 17 May 7:46am Updated The so-called healthy smoothies with up almost TEN TIMES the sugar than a Krispy Kreme doughnut
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MailOnline analysed the labels of popular smoothies on UK shop shelves. A 750ml bottle, which could be drank over a day, can contain almost 100g.
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Therapist, 24, has to relearn how to walk, talk, read and write again after car crash 17 May 7:20am Updated Therapist, 24, has to relearn how to walk, talk, read and write again after car crash
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Kaitlyn McInerney from Albany, New York, slammed her head into her steering wheel in the crash in 2017. She had a host of brain injuries that went undiagnosed for four months.
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Doctors use keyhole surgery to repair spine of spina bifida baby in UK first 17 May 6:40am Updated Doctors use keyhole surgery to repair spine of spina bifida baby in UK first
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Medics at King's College Hospital led the procedure to correct the defect in baby Jaxson, while his mother Sherrie Sharp, 29, was 27-weeks pregnant.
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Do YOU live in an area at-risk of anthrax? 17 May 4:45am Updated Do YOU live in an area at-risk of anthrax?
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Although it is considered a rare disease, a study by The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Maryland, reveals up to 1.83billion people may be exposed to the anthrax bacteria.
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17 May 4:36am Updated Woman left paralysed from the waist down after being hit by a drunk driver walks down the aisle
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Erin Rollins, 33, of Chicago, was told she was lucky to survive the collision in November 2014. But two years later, she married her partner, Dennis, after re-learning to walk.
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Call for a ‘no jab, no school’ rule to halt the spread of measles 17 May 3:01am Call for a ‘no jab, no school’ rule to halt the spread of measles
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A study warned that current vaccination policies are ‘not sufficient’ to prevent a deadly resurgence of the disease in the next three decades.
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Bowel cancer is on the rise in the UK 16 May 10:47pm Bowel cancer is on the rise in the UK
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People are routinely screened for bowel cancer at 55 or 60 in England, with these checks thought to have sent rates of the disease falling in older people.
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Only 3% of children go to the dentist before they turn one 16 May 7:07pm Only 3% of children go to the dentist before they turn one
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The NHS advises parents to take children to the dentist as soon as a milk tooth appears. However, data analysis by the University of Birmingham found the majority are failing to do so.
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