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Number of children born in China shot up by 5.4 MILLION after it abandoned its one-child policy 21 Aug 6:33pm Number of children born in China shot up by 5.4 MILLION after it abandoned its one-child policy
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With its population approaching one billion, the Chinese government introduced legislation in 1979 that limited many families to just one child. It announced a two-child policy in October 2015.
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One in 10 people who suffer from headaches also have facial pain 21 Aug 5:29pm Updated One in 10 people who suffer from headaches also have facial pain
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Scientists from the University of Hamburg hope understanding the difference between facial pain and headaches will lead to the development of new treatments.
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Boy, six, is diagnosed with testicular cancer 21 Aug 3:41pm Updated Boy, six, is diagnosed with testicular cancer
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Jake Barksby, from Hucknall in Nottinghamshire, is thought to be one of the youngest patients with the disease in Britain - only eight children under nine are diagnosed each year.
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Texas teen spent 10 days on life support for lung failure linked to vaping 21 Aug 3:31pm Updated Texas teen spent 10 days on life support for lung failure linked to vaping
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Tryston Zohfeld, 17, says he's been vaping since he was in eighth grade. He awoke with a racing heart and vomiting last week. It's not clear why his lungs failed - but doctors suspect his vaping habit.
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Pomegranate juice could protect brains of babies who are growing too slowly in the womb, study finds 21 Aug 2:52pm Updated Pomegranate juice could protect brains of babies who are growing too slowly in the womb, study finds
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A new study from Brigham and Women's Hospital has found that pregnant women who drink eight ounces of pomegranate juice could lead to better development of their babies' white matter.
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Pancreatic cancer disappeared in 70% of mice treated with cannabis compound 21 Aug 12:46pm Pancreatic cancer disappeared in 70% of mice treated with cannabis compound
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A compound that give the gives the cannabis plant its color had 'shocking' tumor-shrinking abilities, the Harvard University scientists reported. It may 'teach' the immune system to recognize cancer cells.
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Some antibiotics linked to a higher risk of colon cancer, 21 Aug 11:38am Some antibiotics linked to a higher risk of colon cancer,
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Scientists at Johns Hopkins University found that people who developed bowel cancer were more likely to have taken penicillin. But tetracyclines may have protective effects for rectal cancer.
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Texas cities could see measles outbreak with more than 1,000 cases. study finds 21 Aug 11:36am Updated Texas cities could see measles outbreak with more than 1,000 cases. study finds
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A new study from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health has found that if vaccination rates drop by 5%, a single measles case could lead to an outbreak involving 1,000 people.
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A new, healthier butter? Scientists create spread made mostly of WATER 21 Aug 10:50am A new, healthier butter? Scientists create spread made mostly of WATER
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Scientists at Cornell University say the spread is made of 80 per cent water, while butter is made of 80 per cent fat. Butter contains 11g of fat and 100 calories per tablespoon.
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Mother-of-two finds a lump on her breast whilst BREASTFEEDING her son 21 Aug 7:00am Updated Mother-of-two finds a lump on her breast whilst BREASTFEEDING her son
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Amy Palmer, 30, from Devon, was diagnosed with breast cancer in March, five months after the birth of her son, Lenny. She wishes for the mammogram screening age of 50 to be lowered.
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Doctors tell parents too late their child is dying 21 Aug 6:48am Doctors tell parents too late their child is dying
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A team from Rigshospitalet hospital in Denmark asked more than 150 bereaved parents how their little one's imminent passing was communicated to them by doctors.
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City-dwellers who live within 1,000ft of a park or play area are happier 21 Aug 6:10am City-dwellers who live within 1,000ft of a park or play area are happier
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Researchers led by Newcastle University found green space had a larger impact on wellbeing than job and income. The Government advises everyone lives close to nature for physical health.
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Mother, 22, was diagnosed with deadly pressure building in her brain after a trip to Specsavers 21 Aug 4:31am Updated Mother, 22, was diagnosed with deadly pressure building in her brain after a trip to Specsavers
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Megan Turner, 22, (right) was diagnosed with intracranial hypertension after the optometrist Emma Ginger (left) noticed her optic nerve was swollen during a check-up in Specsavers, Exeter.
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Having high blood pressure in your 30s damages your brain in old age  21 Aug 3:56am Updated Having high blood pressure in your 30s damages your brain in old age 
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University College London researchers believe there is a 'sensitive period' in early middle-age - roughly between the ages of 36 and 53 - in which high blood pressure is particularly damaging.
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21 Aug 12:00am Myth-busting research reveals women who have heart attacks experience the SAME key symptoms as men
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Previous research has shown the different in care for female heart attack victims have contributed to at least 8,200 avoidable deaths in England and Wales in the last decade.
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Living in areas with high pollution can DOUBLE your risk of developing most common form of blindness 20 Aug 8:50pm Updated Living in areas with high pollution can DOUBLE your risk of developing most common form of blindness
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Scientists in Taiwan found long-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide - a pollutant that is especially linked to old diesel cars - increased the risk of AMD among over-50s by 91 per cent.
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20 Aug 7:12pm Updated Scientists develop a blood test which can predict whether you will die in the next 10 years
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Scientists in Germany uncovered 14 biomarkers in blood that appear to affect the risk of death, after analysing 44,000 people.
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