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Smoking trendy hookah waterpipes could be even MORE dangerous than other forms of smoking 14 Aug 1:30pm Smoking trendy hookah waterpipes could be even MORE dangerous than other forms of smoking
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Researchers in California said one draw of the pipe has the equivalent hazardous substances, such as carbon monoxide, as an entire cigarette.
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Mother, 23, calls for NHS to test ALL pregnant women for common bug 14 Aug 1:00pm Updated Mother, 23, calls for NHS to test ALL pregnant women for common bug
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Bethany Ford, of Mitcham in south west London, passed group B streptococcus to her son Grayson during birth. The infection is carried by one in four women, according to estimates.
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Patient, 25, is encouraged to find another GP practice after sharing a critical link on Facebook 14 Aug 11:54am Updated Patient, 25, is encouraged to find another GP practice after sharing a critical link on Facebook
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Bosses at Culcheth Medical Centre, near Warrington, wrote to the 25-year-old, telling her that staff often 'monitor' the social media of patients.
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Nearly half of patients keep suicidal thoughts, abuse, secret from doctors 14 Aug 11:22am Nearly half of patients keep suicidal thoughts, abuse, secret from doctors
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Over half of the 4,500 people surveyed by four collaborating US schools have faced at suicidal thoughts, depression, abuse or several of those - and some 48% refused to tell their health providers.
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Doctor has been in remission for FIVE YEARS after testing drug on himself  14 Aug 11:14am Updated Doctor has been in remission for FIVE YEARS after testing drug on himself 
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Dr David Fajgenbaum, who works at the University of Pennsylvania, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Castleman disease in 2010.
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Fitness coach reveals how she cleared up her chronic skin condition psoriasis 14 Aug 11:04am Updated Fitness coach reveals how she cleared up her chronic skin condition psoriasis
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Fitness coach Kath Chetner, 26, from Sydney. has revealed how she cleared up her chronic psoriasis with the help of five skincare products and dietary and lifestyle tweaks.
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NHS watchdog tells doctors to stop dishing out antibiotics for impetigo to curb drug resistance 14 Aug 10:21am Updated NHS watchdog tells doctors to stop dishing out antibiotics for impetigo to curb drug resistance
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Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection, the most common type in children in the UK. NICE and PHE said antiseptics are just as effective as antibiotics and should be given out by GPs instead.
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Grandmother, 52, is one of the first people in the world to have a 3D-printed sternum fitted 14 Aug 9:33am Updated Grandmother, 52, is one of the first people in the world to have a 3D-printed sternum fitted
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Linda Edwards, 52, of Fleetwood, Lancashire, endured pain she compared to 'carrying a heavy rucksack on your front'. This left her unable to hang washing, cough or hug her grandchildren.
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14 Aug 8:15am Updated Massachusetts man is in a coma after a contracting a life-threatening disease from mosquito
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An over-60 father was bitten by a mosquito and contracted EEE in Massachusetts in a pickup truck. He's fallen into a coma as the disease attacks his brain, the state health department said.
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14 Aug 7:51am This Morning doctor says wearing a fat suit made her feel more empathy towards obese patients
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This Morning's Dr Zoe Williams wore the fat suit, which adds five stone of body mass, after scientists claim they will teach medical students not to discriminate against obese patients.
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NHS staff took almost 7,000 days of sick leave because of drug or alcohol abuse last year 14 Aug 6:03am Updated NHS staff took almost 7,000 days of sick leave because of drug or alcohol abuse last year
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Responding to the NHS Digital data, Charity Alcohol Change UK said they expect many workers in the NHS will use substances as a way of coping with stress (stock)
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Poet Laureate Simon Armitage pens a poem in the fight against cancer 14 Aug 5:53am Updated Poet Laureate Simon Armitage pens a poem in the fight against cancer
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Simon Armitage penned a verse about how studies at the The Institute of Cancer Research's Centre for Cancer Drug Discovery in London will help make the disease more manageable.
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Heart attacks are more common in areas that have more fast food outlets, find scientists 14 Aug 5:17am Updated Heart attacks are more common in areas that have more fast food outlets, find scientists
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Scientists used data from 3,070 patients admitted to hospitals in Australia with a heart attack between 2011 and 2013. Home addresses were noted for each patient.
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Dentist Grace Goar Vershinina reveals the ORAL hygiene mistakes that are ruining your skin 13 Aug 9:20pm Dentist Grace Goar Vershinina reveals the ORAL hygiene mistakes that are ruining your skin
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An American celebrity aesthetic dentist has revealed how the state of your teeth and gums can have a significant impact on our overall health and skin health.
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A third of girls who check social media just THREE times a day have mental health issues 13 Aug 9:05pm A third of girls who check social media just THREE times a day have mental health issues
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British researchers tracked social media use and mental health in 13 to 16 year olds, finding that the more teenage girls used social sites, the lower the rates of life satisfaction and happiness.
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Almost nine in 10 Brits think over-stretched A&E services are being overused 13 Aug 7:22pm Almost nine in 10 Brits think over-stretched A&E services are being overused
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A National Centre for Social Research survey quizzed almost 3,000 people. It comes after NHS figures last week revealed more people than ever went to A&E in England in July.
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Girl, 18, battling brain damage after crashing into a cliff during pre-prom abseiling  13 Aug 7:11pm Girl, 18, battling brain damage after crashing into a cliff during pre-prom abseiling 
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Incredibly, Avery Tanner, of Utah, was caught by a friend after slamming her head into a cliff and falling 25 feet on April 20, the day of her prom. But severe damage was already done.
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