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Happy people seek out strangers while sad people seek out friends, study finds 17 Jul 5:31pm Happy people seek out strangers while sad people seek out friends, study finds
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A new Harvard University study of 30,000 people found that when we're in a good mood, we use that surplus happiness to interact with strangers, but when we're down we need friends to boost happiness.
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Nearly 90 types of hummus recalled nationwide after listeria was detected 17 Jul 5:22pm Nearly 90 types of hummus recalled nationwide after listeria was detected
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Pita Pal Foods, LP, based in Houston, Texas, recalled 87 different types of hummus that were distributed in May and June after traces of bacteria were detected in the factory.
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Human trials for the first ever HIV vaccine will start this year 17 Jul 2:44pm Updated Human trials for the first ever HIV vaccine will start this year
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The serum, developed in Oregon, cleared 60 percent of rhesus macques of SIV, the monkey version of HIV. 75 percent of those exposed to SIV again were resistant for three years.
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US drug overdose deaths fall for the first time since 1990, CDC data reveal 17 Jul 1:31pm Updated US drug overdose deaths fall for the first time since 1990, CDC data reveal
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For the first time in nearly 30 years, the number of people dying of drug overdoses amid the opioid epidemic finally dropped nearly 7% from 2017 to 2018, provisional CDC data released today reveal.
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Women who return to work after having children slow their memory decline by 61 per cent 17 Jul 12:45pm Updated Women who return to work after having children slow their memory decline by 61 per cent
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Researchers from the University of California, LA, believe 'participating in the paid labour force' keeps women 'mentally stimulated'. It also comes with 'financial and social benefits'.
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Girl, three, has her skull REBUILT in a nine-hour operation 17 Jul 12:31pm Updated Girl, three, has her skull REBUILT in a nine-hour operation
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Ava Carlin, now three, of Stockton-on-Tees, underwent surgery to rebuild her skull from the bottom of her forehead to the back of her head after she was born with craniosynostosis.
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Florida woman says she nearly died after contracting flesh-eating disease 17 Jul 11:56am Florida woman says she nearly died after contracting flesh-eating disease
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Patty Born, 68, of Milton, Florida, says she nearly died after she was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis after she went scalloping in Port St Joe in 2015.
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Keen surfer, 22, bitten by a tick at Reading Festival loses memory and has muscle spasms 17 Jul 11:49am Updated Keen surfer, 22, bitten by a tick at Reading Festival loses memory and has muscle spasms
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Joe Blackaby, of Caldicot, pulled out a tic from his skin at the music festival six years ago. His health has slowly deteriorated, leaving him struggling to walk or do simple tasks.
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Prescription opioid users are NOT switching to medical marijuana, study suggests 17 Jul 11:13am Prescription opioid users are NOT switching to medical marijuana, study suggests
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Although many studies have linked legal weed to lower prescription rates for opioid painkillers, a new Columbia University study suggests that people on opioids are not the ones switching to marijuana.
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Florida woman, 68, says she nearly died after contracting a flesh-eating disease 17 Jul 11:09am Updated Florida woman, 68, says she nearly died after contracting a flesh-eating disease
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Patty Born, 68, of Milton, Florida, says she nearly died after she was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis after she went scalloping in Port St Joe in 2015.
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Prescription opioid users are NOT switching to medical marijuana, study finds   17 Jul 11:06am Prescription opioid users are NOT switching to medical marijuana, study finds  
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Although many studies have linked legal weed to lower prescription rates for opioid painkillers, a new Columbia University study suggests that people on opioids are not the ones switching to marijuana.
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Do not use Big Penis, regulators warn 17 Jul 10:52am Updated Do not use Big Penis, regulators warn
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The product, promoted as a natural male sexual stimulant, is available online and does not require a prescription. But it contains sildenafil, which is so potent it requires a doctor's approval.
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Girl, 10, passed out after having her hair curled triggered a seizure 17 Jul 10:42am Updated Girl, 10, passed out after having her hair curled triggered a seizure
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Alicia Renee Phillips, 32, of Clinton, Tennessee, was helping her sister Gracie Brown, 10, get ready for Sunday school on the morning of July 7. She soon started gagging and collapsed.
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Student, 24, diagnosed with breast cancer after a partner felt a lump in her breast during sex 17 Jul 8:18am Updated Student, 24, diagnosed with breast cancer after a partner felt a lump in her breast during sex
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Alyssa Dyal was 23, a film student in Boston, fooling around with a guy she'd met on a dating app, when everything changed. Within months she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer.
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High intensity workouts could be better than cardio for staving off dementia 17 Jul 4:32am Updated High intensity workouts could be better than cardio for staving off dementia
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Keeping active is known to protect against dementia. But a study from the University of Queensland suggests HIIT exercise could be more effective than continuous activity.
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Grad student, 24, diagnosed with breast cancer after a partner felt a lump in her breast during sex 16 Jul 11:50pm Updated Grad student, 24, diagnosed with breast cancer after a partner felt a lump in her breast during sex
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Alyssa Dyal was 23, a film student in Boston, fooling around with a guy she'd met on a dating app, when everything changed. Within months she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer.
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16 Jul 10:39pm Updated Woman infected with flesh-eating bacteria after a 10 minute swim
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Amanda Edwards was only swimming for about 10 minutes, but the bacterial infection she contracted could have cost her a leg for the rest of her life.
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How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein 16 Jul 8:50pm Updated How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein
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The RAGE protein is activated by stress and the threat of starvation, making our bodies conserve fat to burn later, It helped us in early human history, but now may make us obese, a new NYU study found.
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Planned Parenthood president forced to step down 16 Jul 8:45pm Updated Planned Parenthood president forced to step down
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Dr Leana Wen, who took the role less than a year ago, broke the news on Tuesday in a tweet, saying: 'I just learned that the @PPFA Board ended my employment at a secret meeting.'
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