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Can erectile dysfunction really be cured with soundwaves? 14 Sep 6:46pm Can erectile dysfunction really be cured with soundwaves?
Daily Mail
Developed in Israel, where it has been available for eight years, Vigore is said not only to assist men with erectile dysfunction, but also help those who are just not as good as they were in their 20s and 30s.
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Our expert assesses some products promising to prevent and treat muscle and joint pains 14 Sep 5:42pm Our expert assesses some products promising to prevent and treat muscle and joint pains
Daily Mail
We asked Tim Allardyce, a physiotherapist at Surrey Physio clinic in Croydon, to assess some over-the-counter products for preventing and treating aching muscles and joints. We then rated them.
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Could TURMERIC fight off the pain of arthritis? 14 Sep 5:35pm Could TURMERIC fight off the pain of arthritis?
Daily Mail
Turmeric, widely used as a flavouring in South Asian cooking, has been used as a traditional medicine for centuries. But it is only in recent years that science has begun to take the spice seriously as a drug.
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How to stamp out painful bunions for good: DR MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions 14 Sep 5:27pm How to stamp out painful bunions for good: DR MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions
Daily Mail
DR MARTIN SCURR: Bunions are a very common problem. While surgery is a last resort, I have never known patients to have too much post-operative difficulty with pain or disability.
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Seaweed capsule packed with stem cells could repair damage after heart attack, scientists find 14 Sep 5:11pm Updated Seaweed capsule packed with stem cells could repair damage after heart attack, scientists find
Daily Mail
Roughly the thickness of a grain of rice, the seaweed capsule is injected into the heart through an incision in the side of the chest. The capsules were developed by scientists in Houston, Texas.
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U.S. records second lowest number of new COVID-19 deaths since JULY 14 Sep 2:49pm Updated U.S. records second lowest number of new COVID-19 deaths since JULY
Daily Mail
The US saw its second lowest number of daily coronavirus deaths since July on Sunday, with just 378 fatalities - but new cases are still trending upward at an alarming rate in at least 11 states.
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Snorers could face up to THREE TIMES the risk of dying of Covid-19, study claims 14 Sep 2:45pm Updated Snorers could face up to THREE TIMES the risk of dying of Covid-19, study claims
Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of Warwick made the find after reviewing 18 papers to reveal the link between obstructive sleep apnoea, or snoring, and death from coronavirus.
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UK coronavirus deaths are confirmed for Monday 14 Sep 12:54pm Updated UK coronavirus deaths are confirmed for Monday
Daily Mail
Government statistics show some 2,998 infections are now being recorded each day, on average. For comparison, more than 3,300 cases were confirmed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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14 Sep 11:04am Coronavirus: 18,000 test results published by mistake
BBC
Full names were not published, but people living in care homes are more at risk of being identified.
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Google searches for gut symptoms such as diarrhoea predicts Covid-19 hotspots 14 Sep 11:03am Updated Google searches for gut symptoms such as diarrhoea predicts Covid-19 hotspots
Daily Mail
Academics found there was a surge in coronavirus cases roughly three to four weeks after a spike in searches for symptoms. In New York interest in diarrhoea almost doubled three weeks before surge.
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Pregnancy delays the onset of multiple sclerosis by more than THREE YEARS 14 Sep 11:03am Pregnancy delays the onset of multiple sclerosis by more than THREE YEARS
Daily Mail
A study on 3,600 women living in the Czech Republic and Australia revealed women who were pregnant developed the condition on average 3.3 years later than their counterparts.
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Britain bets on another coronavirus vaccine with £1.3billion investment in Scottish factory 14 Sep 10:22am Britain bets on another coronavirus vaccine with £1.3billion investment in Scottish factory
Daily Mail
The company Valneva, which hopes to get approval for its Covid-19 vaccine in the second half of 2021, will supply Britain with at least 60million doses as part of the deal.
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Lockdown blow to UK health: Hospital admissions for seven major non-Covid illnesses slump by 173,000 14 Sep 9:13am Updated Lockdown blow to UK health: Hospital admissions for seven major non-Covid illnesses slump by 173,000
Daily Mail
Shocking figures reveal that admissions for seven deadly non-coronavirus conditions between March and June fell by more than 173,000 on the previous year.
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14 Sep 8:02am Coronavirus: UK to test inhaled vaccines
BBC
Experts say direct delivery to the lungs may give a better immune response.
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14 Sep 7:05am Coronavirus: Monoclonal antibodies to begin UK trial
BBC
Laboratory-made antibodies are to be trialled on 2,000 people with coronavirus in UK hospitals.
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US coronavirus cases hit 6.4 million by mid-April, study suggests 14 Sep 5:48am US coronavirus cases hit 6.4 million by mid-April, study suggests
Daily Mail
Mathematical modeling from UC Berkeley suggests that there were actually nine-times more coronavirus infections than the CDC's count by mid-April due to inadequate and inaccurate testing.
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Coronavirus vaccine may not be ready for the public until NEXT winter 14 Sep 5:09am Coronavirus vaccine may not be ready for the public until NEXT winter
Daily Mail
Professor Peter Openshaw, from Imperial College London, warned that there could be a lag of at least nine months between a vaccine being discovered and production being scaled up.
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GPs are ordered to see patients face-to-face 14 Sep 4:38am GPs are ordered to see patients face-to-face
Daily Mail
Practices will receive a letter from NHS England warning them that many patients 'are experiencing difficulty in accessing their GP'. It will instruct GPs to remind all patients that they can come in.
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14 Sep 12:39am Coronavirus: WHO reports record daily rise in new infections
BBC
The largest increases in new infections were reported in India, the US and Brazil, the agency said.
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13 Sep 7:00pm NHS tells GPs they must offer patients face-to-face appointments
BBC
But GPs' body responds, saying it is an "insult" to suggest they haven't been doing their jobs.
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