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How to keep your vagina happy and healthy: Things you should and shouldn't do to most intimate area of your body

Mirror.co.uk - ‎5 hours ago‎
As we get older, we're told to keep fit to stay young, and the same applies to your lady parts. After years of childbearing and the menopause, things downstairs aren't quite what they once were.
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Cycling to work can cut cancer and heart disease, says study

BBC News - ‎Apr 19, 2017‎
Want to live longer? Reduce your risk of cancer? And heart disease? Then cycle to work, say scientists. The biggest study into the issue linked using two wheels with a halving of the risk of cancer and heart disease.
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Poll: Should all fizzy drinks carry health warnings?

shropshirestar.com - ‎Apr 22, 2017‎
People who consume diet drinks every day are almost three times more likely to suffer a stroke or dementia, research suggests. Should all fizzy drinks carry health warnings?

8-year-old Alice Giles dies after doctors send her home with a 'viral flu'

Metro - ‎6 hours ago‎
Alice Giles, 8, was suffering with sepsis when she visited doctors in Newcastle but was allegedly sent home with the wrong diagnosis.
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Irritable bowel syndrome: Delayed diagnosis causing MILLIONS to suffer untreated

Express.co.uk - ‎Apr 21, 2017‎
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS) affects one in five people in the UK - but millions are struggling to get a diagnosis. By LAUREN CLARK.

Promising lawyer's life was turned upside down after a minor scratch led to her losing her legs

The Sun - ‎27 minutes ago‎
A PROMISING young lawyer had her life turned upside down after a tiny scratch led to both of her legs being amputated. Victoria Abbott-Fleming, from Stockport, is now forced to take over 50 prescription painkillers every day as she battles Complex ...
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The extraordinary life of conjoined twins who refuse to be separated

New Zealand Herald - ‎16 hours ago‎
Lupita and Carmen Andrade, 16, were only expected to survive for three days after they were born. Most conjoined twins die shortly after birth - but the girls defied the odds and continued to thrive, the Daily Mail reports.

Superbug infections on the rise

Sky News Australia - ‎7 hours ago‎
The number of cases of an 'almost untreatable' superbug are on the rise, according to NHS data. CPE, or carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae, has proved immune to even the most powerful antibiotics, including the so-called last-line drugs.
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Diseases that are killing the world's poorest in retreat

The TeCake - ‎6 hours ago‎
Guinea-worm ailment, which is transmitted through drinking water, is currently practically killed on a worldwide scale, the World Health Organization says.

Smokers and obese patients face more curbs on NHS surgery

The Guardian - ‎18 hours ago‎
NHS bosses are planning a massive expansion of the controversial rationing that forces smokers and obese patients to wait months in pain before they can have surgery, a leaked letter reveals.
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Waiting times for bowel cancer tests at Dorset County Hospital are 'unacceptable' says charity

Dorset Echo - ‎4 hours ago‎
ONE in three patients sent to be tested for bowel cancer are waiting more than six weeks, it has been revealed - as a charity blasts the figures as 'unacceptable'.

VIDEO: March for Science rally

Edmonton Sun - ‎42 minutes ago‎
Several hundred people gathered at the Alberta Legislature Saturday as part of Edmonton's contribution to the March for Science global movement "to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.
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Mindfulness meditation good for women, may help uplift mood

Zee News - ‎5 hours ago‎
The findings show that the classes were effective in teaching the techniques, though women made greater gains than men on four of five areas of mindfulness.
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Momentum to tackle rural mental health

The Scottish Farmer - ‎Apr 22, 2017‎
THERE IS still a stigma around mental health issues in the farming community - but thanks to the recent efforts of Mind Scotland and SRUC, there is now 'genuine momentum' towards helping rural people suffering from stress and depression.
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Huge weight on hospitals as anti-obesity operations rise six-fold in a decade

Mirror.co.uk - ‎16 hours ago‎
The number of obese people resorting to surgery to lose weight has increased six-fold in 10 years. Surgeons in England dealt with nearly 6,500 cases on the NHS last year - soaring from just over 1,000 cases a decade previously.
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Eman Ahmed lost 250 kgs in two months after bariatric surgery

TheHealthSite - ‎6 hours ago‎
36-year-old Egyptian Eman Ahmed, who was the heaviest woman in the world at 500-plus kg until a few months ago, has lost 250kg in two months after undergoing surgery here at Saifee Hospital.
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With 325M infected, WHO urges action over growing hepatitis epidemic

GMA News - ‎8 hours ago‎
The number of people dying from hepatitis is rising, and most of the 325 million infected are unaware they have the virus and lack access to potentially life-saving medicines, the World Health Organization said on Friday.
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