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The ARMY could drive ambulances and fill hospital roles under emergency plans for NHS this winter
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 02:12:57 GMT
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Armed forces personnel could be brought in to drive ambulances and take on frontline hospital roles amid fears that thousands of NHS workers could go out on strike this winter.


Fast-track drug brings prostate cancer hope as it could extend life expectancy for patients
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 00:10:32 GMT
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Darolutamide is already available on the NHS in England for some patients who have localised prostate cancer but is being expanded to those whose cancer has spread.


NHS shake-up to tackle cancer, obesity, mental health and addiction crises
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 10:20:58 GMT
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The Prime Minister today announced more than APS113million in funding for UK researchers to investigate cutting-edge treatments and technologies.


A mash made in heaven! POTATOES can help you lose weight, scientists say
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 10:00:41 GMT
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People tend to eat the same weight of food at meal times so they feel fullA - regardless of how many calories it contains, according to US researchers.


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Improve memory as you age by eating more flavonols, study says
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Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds.


Conscious spending: The finance approach that"s both smart and fun
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Being wise with your finances doesn"t mean living with extreme restrictions. Conscious spending helps you be responsible and indulge in what you enjoy. These tips can help you get started.


Secrets of "SuperAgers" who possess brains as sharp as people 20 to 30 years younger
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Are you destined to become a "SuperAger," with a memory as sharp in your 80s as it was in your 50s? Here"s what science knows about those who keep their ability to remember as they age.


Try this interval workout to avoid HIIT burnout or injuries
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High-intensity interval training, or HIIT workouts, has been a top 10 fitness trend since 2014. Yet there are similar forms of interval training that may be a better fit for your training goals and needs, experts say. Here are the three variations.


"The Perfect Storm" author on his near-death experience
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Inspired by his own near-death experience requiring blood donations, author and war correspondent Sebastian Junger now advocates for blood donation to help save other people"s lives.


Research helps seniors make informed decisions about risks, benefits of major surgery
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Nearly 1 in 7 older adults die within a year of undergoing major surgery, according to an important new study that sheds much-needed light on the risks seniors face when having invasive procedures.


Daylight Saving Time debate sheds light on racial inequities in sleep health
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You cooked for 20 and fed 6. What to do with the leftovers
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It"s time to divvy up and work through the Thanksgiving leftovers. These options give you something to look forward to on your post-holiday meal plan.


FDA warns against consuming certain raw oysters distributed to 13 states after reported illnesses
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The Food and Drug Administration is advising people in 13 states not to eat certain raw oysters from South Korea after at least one person in Las Vegas got sick with a virus that can cause diarrhea and vomiting.


Don"t blame the turkey. Here"s what experts say is really behind your food coma
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If you think holiday turkey is responsible for the afternoon sleepiness you feel, you"d be wrong, experts say. Here"s the real gobble.


Don"t ruin your slumber during the holidays. Try these sleep expert tips
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It may be our favorite family time of the year, but the holidays are packed with chores, parties and stress, which can all take a toll on sleep. Here"s how to stop the holidays from sabotaging your slumber.


How to answer those dreaded personal questions at holiday gatherings
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Many of us have that one relative or that one question we are bracing for when we gather for the holiday season. Instead of letting it get under your skin or lashing out once it gets to you, think ahead and prepare your responses with these tips, experts say.


New subvariants, family gatherings may bring more Covid-19 after holiday, but experts don"t expect severe surge
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As millions of Americans travel to gather with friends and family over the next few days, there"s a good chance that Covid-19 will follow.


Shortages of antivirals, antibiotics compound stress of a rough season for viral illnesses in kids
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Shortages of key medications used to treat common childhood illnesses like flu, ear infections and sore throats are adding to the misery of this year"s early and severe respiratory virus season.


FDA approves $3.5 million treatment for hemophilia, now the most expensive drug in the world
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The US Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Hemgenix, a new drug to treat hemophilia. Manufacturer CSL Behring set the price at $3.5 million per treatment, making it the most expensive drug in the world.


Abortion rates fell slightly in 2020, with most done at or before 9 weeks, says CDC
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Both the number and rate of abortions reported in the US fell 2% from 2019 to 2020, according to new data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Palliative care: "My dad should not have been expected to die in office hours"
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 07:38:28 GMT
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Most of the UK lacks consistent round-the-clock care for the terminally ill, research suggests.

PTSD: Photography helps police officer manage condition
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 01:46:02 GMT
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"I saw things no-one should see", says a traffic police officer who now takes solace behind a lens.

NHS Wales: Betsi Cadwaladr patients ask boss if it"s safe
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 10:07:21 GMT
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North Wales" health board has been hit by a series of failures and criticisms in its short history.

Thousands more cancer cases linked to deprivation
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 06:20:45 GMT
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A study finds cancer death rates are 74% higher in Scotland"s most deprived communities.

Stigma around HIV continues to cause harm, says charity
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 06:37:32 GMT
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The Public Health Agency says there are 1,325 people living with HIV in Northern Ireland.

"Kidney disease is not just a death sentence, you can live a full life"
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 06:23:28 GMT
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Podcaster Dee Moore, who has chronic kidney disease, is using her knowledge to help others.

What is China"s zero Covid policy and what are its rules?
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 10:41:48 GMT
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Protests have broken out in China over its strict Covid lockdown measures.