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Getting more sun can reduce a person"s risk of diabetes and heart disease, study findsA
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 23:03:31 GMT
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Getting the daily recommendedA dose of vitamin D can reduce a person"s risk of developing heart disease or diabetes, a new study finds. Sunlight is an excellent source of vitamin D.


Former FDA chief says its still possible to get monkeypox outbreak "back in the box"
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 16:37:25 GMT
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Dr Scott Gottlieb, former FDA chief, said Sunday that monkeypox testing should be expanded beyond gay and bisexual men.


Men have greater cancer risk because of biology NOT because they drink and smoke more, study claims
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 16:25:20 GMT
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The study looked at 300,000 middle-aged Americans over 15 years. Men were more than twice as likely to develop the disease - even when lifestyle factors were ruled out.


Cancer charity to pull plug on research centres devoted to offering potentially life-saving drugs
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 14:22:41 GMT
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Cancer Research UK funds eight clinical trial units where patients receive experimental medication, but insiders claim the charity is discussing shutting as many as half of them.


Plus-sized models driving new plastic surgery trend of bum lifts and breast implants, study warns
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 13:55:09 GMT
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Boston University academics said the presence of larger models like Ashley Graham and Jordyn Woods could be increasing demand forA bum lifts and breast implants


What is Viagra? Does it work? What are the side effects? How long does it last?
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 13:39:57 GMT
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According to figures from pharmaceutical company Viatris seen by The Independent this week, more than 60% of Brits using it are between 25-54 years old.


NHS is sending POLICE officers to heart attack callouts due to paramedic shortage
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 13:26:09 GMT
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It emerged today that police officers in England and Wales are being forced to pick up the health service"s workload, with armed officers showing up to treat cardiac arrest patients.


New jab could give hope to thousands at risk of sight loss
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 23:35:50 GMT
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Every six weeks, former company secretary Margaret Mason feels a sense of dread as she prepares to go to hospital for an injection into her eyeball.


How butterfly implant the size of a baked bean helps weak hearts
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 23:32:22 GMT
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The metal device, which is the size of a baked bean, is inserted into one of the two carotid arteries, which run on each side of the neck, connecting the heart to the brain.


DR MEGAN ROSSI: Are chemicals added to food making YOU ill?
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 23:31:01 GMT
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DR MEGAN ROSSI: Just how worried should we be about food additives such as emulsifiers, preservatives, colours and artificial sweeteners?


Researchers find that "forever chemicals" on popular cooking products can cause liver cancerA
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 22:45:22 GMT
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A new study finds that exposure to "forever chemicals" on many household goods can significantly increase a person"s liver cancer risk.


How singer Alexandra Burke won her secret battle against crippling IBS
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 22:10:30 GMT
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For the past decade, singer Alexandra Burke has been known for her powerful vocals and stage presence. But in truth, she has often felt anything but powerful.


BRIGIT GRANT: I fear that embarrassment stopped my mother seeking help
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 21:18:27 GMT
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BRIGIT GRANT: My mother, Carole, had vaginal cancer. She struggled to say the words, relying instead on George, her husband of 26 years, to relay the information.


Why taking painkillers like ibuprofen can make you feel WORSE!
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 21:12:10 GMT
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Angela Putney Hillsley, 46, is from Clacton, Essex. She was sorting clothes out on her bedroom floor with her daughters. When she stood up, she heard a popping sound and pain seared through her left leg.


What you need to know about Paxlovid rebound
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 10:44:49 GMT
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After being diagnosed with Covid-19 last month, President Joe Biden recently tested negative for the coronavirus, only to test positive again a few days later. Biden had taken the antiviral medication Paxlovid, which has been associated with some patients testing positive again for the virus after completing treatment.


Expert tips on talking -- or not talking -- to kids about weight
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 16:14:13 GMT
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Oona Hanson"s child came home from school one day with a desire to eat healthier, which she thought was a positive development.


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Ashton Kutcher says he battled the debilitating disease "vasculitis." Here"s what it is
Date: 0
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Ashton Kutcher revealed Monday he has battled a serious autoimmune condition called vasculitis that affected his vision, hearing and gait.


How to talk -- or not talk -- to kids about weight
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Praising a child"s appearance, discouraging junk food and promoting exercise may seem like ways to raise a healthy kid. But conversations around weight and body image can be complicated. Experts share how to talk to kids to promote good relationships with food.


Under 60, healthy, vaccinated and boosted? "You"re in a pretty good place" with Covid-19
Date: 0
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Data obtained by CNN from New York"s largest health-care provider indicates you"re very unlikely to become severely ill with Covid-19 if you"re under age 60, up to date on your Covid-19 vaccines and don"t have underlying health problems, backing up a government plan expected to be announced this week that will ease up on coronavirus restrictions.


What should people know about Paxlovid rebound? Our medical analyst explains
Date: 0
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CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen answers questions about the phenomenon known as Paxlovid rebound, why it happens and who should take this antiviral medication after contracting Covid-19.


It"s the little things: The only pan every cook needs
Date: 0
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A cast-iron pan is one of the most versatile and reliable pieces of kitchen equipment, and unlike most electronic kitchen must-haves, it can last for generations, food writer Casey Barber says. She offers suggestions for the novice cast-iron cook.


How to say no: Boundary-setting tips from Nedra Tawwab
Date: 0
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Therapist Nedra Glover Tawwab discusses how she helps illuminate choices so people can reclaim control of their lives, establish healthy boundaries and enjoy rewarding relationships.


Illinois day-care worker tests positive for monkeypox, officials say, but no cases reported in children
Date: 0
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An Illinois day-care worker has tested positive for monkeypox, the Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday, but no other cases have been reported there.


Monkeypox is disproportionately affecting Black, Hispanic people, latest CDC breakdown shows
Date: 0
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A detailed analysis of monkeypox case records published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday offers new insight into the outbreak, which is disproportionately affecting men who have sex with men, especially those who are Black and Hispanic.


Gay men are lining up as early as 2 a.m. for monkeypox vaccines. Many leave empty-handed
Date: 0
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The line begins to form before sunrise outside Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, with some people arriving as early as 2 a.m., bringing fold-up chairs and blankets to protect against the Bay Area"s overnight chill.


What is monkeypox? Symptoms, risk factors, treatment and how the virus is spread
Date: 0
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The Biden administration has declared the monkeypox outbreak in the US to be a public health emergency.


Want to improve your relationship? The answer may be simpler than you think
Date: 0
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Relationship experts discuss how they use the five love languages in their work and how these can help enhance relationship satisfaction for couples. The five are acts of service, gift-giving, physical touch, quality time and words of affirmation.


Change in monkeypox vaccine injection method could mean more doses but may not be easy, experts say
Date: 0
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As part of the Biden administration"s declaration of the monkeypox outbreak in the US as a public health emergency, it"s looking into administering Jynneos vaccine shots intradermally instead of subcutaneously.


Full extent of NHS dentistry shortage revealed by far-reaching BBC research
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 06:45:19 GMT
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Nine in 10 UK dentists are not accepting new adult patients, while eight in 10 are refusing children.

NHS demands cannot wait for new prime minister, says health secretary
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 02:37:15 GMT
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The health secretary says hospitals could face "very serious challenges" this autumn and winter.

Ysbyty Glan Clwyd: Stroke patients would rather go to England
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 09:13:28 GMT
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A watchdog says staff are working "above and beyond" during a period of "unrelenting demand".

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