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Drug to reduce brain inflammation CURED tinnitus in mice - paving the way towards a pill for humans  18 Jun 4:00pm Drug to reduce brain inflammation CURED tinnitus in mice - paving the way towards a pill for humans 
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The condition was stopped in mice by blocking a protein that fuels brain inflammation. The Arizona team are hopeful it will lead to a gene therapy to combat tinnitus and other hearing loss disorders.
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FOURTH carcinogen found in US blood pressure drugs as global pill-contamination scandal drags on 18 Jun 12:17pm FOURTH carcinogen found in US blood pressure drugs as global pill-contamination scandal drags on
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The US and Europe have faced severe shortages of heart medications since last summer, when it emerged that millions of people were taking pills made in China laced with cancer-causing chemicals.
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Volleyball player, 14, went from walking to paralysis in a few HOURS 18 Jun 12:01pm Volleyball player, 14, went from walking to paralysis in a few HOURS
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Sydney Fowler, 14, from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, contracted a staph infection along the length of her spine in December 2018 that left her paralyzed from the lower chest down.
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Suicides hit a 20-year high among US teenagers and young adults, report reveals 18 Jun 11:00am Suicides hit a 20-year high among US teenagers and young adults, report reveals
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In 2017, 6,241 people between the ages of 15 and 24 committed suicide in the US, a Harvard Medical School report reveals. Increases are occurring in every age group - especially teens.
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First-time mother from Manchester develops sepsis from a C-section 18 Jun 10:55am Updated First-time mother from Manchester develops sepsis from a C-section
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Charlotte Parkins, 31, from Manchester, was 38 weeks pregnant when she had the operation to deliver son Freddie in January. She thought she was on the brink of death.
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Yes, you CAN escape the nastiest side-effects of treating cancer  18 Jun 9:29am Updated Yes, you CAN escape the nastiest side-effects of treating cancer 
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Radiotherapy uses beams of radiation to damage cancer cells, and is highly effective against breast cancer - but it can raise the risk of heart attack.
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Mother-of-one, 25, describes battling through excruciating tissue disorder 18 Jun 9:00am Updated Mother-of-one, 25, describes battling through excruciating tissue disorder
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Amy Miller, 25, from Ontario, Canada, was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome at age two. She was bullied so severely in high school for her appearance that she attempted suicide twice.
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GPs say they have become so preoccupied with targets they are failing to spot deadly conditions  18 Jun 7:15am Updated GPs say they have become so preoccupied with targets they are failing to spot deadly conditions 
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GPs feel their work has become increasingly fast-paced in recent years, a study by Barts Health NHS Trust and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry found.
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Woman, 30, has an eyelash transplant using hair from the back of her scalp 18 Jun 6:49am Updated Woman, 30, has an eyelash transplant using hair from the back of her scalp
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Itinder Kaur, now 30, of London, lost a clump of lashes from the centre of her right eyelid when her friend accidentally dragged her across gravel while trying to help her up from her fall.
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Midwives are at risk of suffering painful back injuries by helping obese women to give birth 18 Jun 5:31am Midwives are at risk of suffering painful back injuries by helping obese women to give birth
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Hospital staff in Britain are struggling with the physical strain of handling severely overweight women as soaring obesity levels mean half of mothers-to-be are now too fat.
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The truth about the healing powers of tumeric  18 Jun 2:11am The truth about the healing powers of tumeric 
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Curcumin may even improve the function of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, important for controlling blood sugar levels, as one early study, published in Diabetes Care in 2012, found.
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Experts believe viruses may be the answer to beating superbugs 17 Jun 8:59pm Experts believe viruses may be the answer to beating superbugs
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Catherine Farrer from Dulwich, London, is pictured with her daughter Kate, 4, who is a Cystic Fibrosis sufferer. Caring for Kate has exposed her to the worrying realities of antibiotic resistance.
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Bacon sandwiches and fried chicken can raise your risk of dementia 17 Jun 7:07pm Bacon sandwiches and fried chicken can raise your risk of dementia
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Over the past decade, scientists have established that AGEs can provoke the body to react defensively, creating dangerous chronic inflammation, particularly in our vital organs.
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