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Monday 18th June 2018

UK teen catches cowpox, a common 18th century disease – Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caUK teen catches cowpox, a common 18th century diseaseGlobalnews.caWATCH: A 15-year-old U.K. teen had lesions full of pus on his hands, arms and feet, which was the first reported case of cowpox in Wales for more than a decade. X. - A A +. Listen. The case of a 15-year-old teen catching cowpox has left medical experts ...Teenager Contracts Incredibly Rare Disease Thought To Be Consigne...

Video game addiction is a mental health disorder, WHO says, but psychiatrists don’t agree – USA TODAY

USA TODAYVideo game addiction is a mental health disorder, WHO says, but psychiatrists don't agreeUSA TODAYThe World Health Organization on Monday classified "gaming disorder" as a diagnosable condition, giving mental health professionals a basis for setting up treatment programs for the addictive behavior. But it was almost immediately contested by a ...WHO declares compulsive video gaming an add...

Millennials may be less happy and healthy than their parents by middle age – KSAT San Antonio

KSAT San AntonioMillennials may be less happy and healthy than their parents by middle ageKSAT San Antonio(CNN) - Millennials in the UK are on track to be the first generation to be less healthy than their parents by the time they reach middle age, a new report suggests. The Health Foundation, an independent UK charity, published early findings of a two ...Renting And Unstable Employment Could Har...

WHO declares compulsive video gaming an addictive behaviour disorder – CBC.ca

CBC.caWHO declares compulsive video gaming an addictive behaviour disorderCBC.caThe World Health Organization says compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a mental health condition, specifically an addictive behaviour disorder. The statement on Monday confirmed the fears of some parents but led critics to warn that it ...World Health Organization adds gaming disorder to disease classific...

Teenager Contracts Incredibly Rare Disease Thought To Be Consigned To History – IFLScience

IFLScienceTeenager Contracts Incredibly Rare Disease Thought To Be Consigned To HistoryIFLScienceAt a recent gathering of the European Society for Pediatric Dermatology in London – and as spotted by BBC News – researchers made a rather surprising announcement: Three months ago, a teenage boy in Wales was diagnosed with cowpox. Lesions ...Boy left with pus-filled lesions on his hands after cont...

World Health Organisation says addiction to computer games is a mental health problem – Evening Standard

Evening StandardWorld Health Organisation says addiction to computer games is a mental health problemEvening StandardThe World Health Organisation has classified video game addiction as a mental health condition. People who cannot stop playing video games will now be able to get treatment on the NHS following the announcement on Monday. The WHO notified ...World Health Organization adds gaming dis...

Scientists predict the rise of ‘healthy’ white bread – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphScientists predict the rise of 'healthy' white breadBelfast TelegraphHealthier white bread and personalised food could be two outcomes from ground-breaking nutrition research being undertaken by UK scientists. A team at the Norwich-based Quadram Institute, formerly the Institute of Food Research, is looking at ways of ...Guilt-free white bread could be available within a decadeTel...

Scientists predict the rise of ‘healthy’ white bread – ITV News

ITV NewsScientists predict the rise of 'healthy' white breadITV NewsHealthier white bread and personalised food could be two outcomes from ground-breaking nutrition research being undertaken by UK scientists. A team at the Norwich-based Quadram Institute, formerly the Institute of Food Research, is looking at ways of ...Guilt-free white bread could be available within a decadeTelegraph.co.ukall 8 ...

Black Death is BACK: Boy, 14, diagnosed as Bubonic Plague strikes US – Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBlack Death is BACK: Boy, 14, diagnosed as Bubonic Plague strikes USExpress.co.ukThe Central District Health Department said the 14-year-old from Elmore County may have been infected in his home state or during a recent trip to Oregon. The Black Death was a devastating global epidemic of the Bubonic Plague that struck Europe and ...First cases of plague in 26 yearsITIJall 7 news artic...

Millennials may be less happy and healthy than their parents by middle age – CNN

CNNMillennials may be less happy and healthy than their parents by middle ageCNN(CNN) Millennials in the UK are on track to be the first generation to be less healthy than their parents by the time they reach middle age, a new report suggests. The Health Foundation, an independent UK charity, published early findings of a two-year ...Millennials are on track to have worse health in middle age than...

Sunday 17th June 2018

Brit couple take out £9k loan to have pioneering surgery on unborn baby in Germany – The Sun

The SunBrit couple take out £9k loan to have pioneering surgery on unborn baby in GermanyThe SunA BRITISH couple have travelled to Germany to have pioneering surgery on their unborn baby. Georgia Axford, 19, and Tyler Kelly, 20, took out a £9,000 loan to fund the op when a 20-week scan showed their daughter had spina bifida. Georgia and her ...and more

Young mum must now take 32 tablets every DAY after an insect bite near school – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukYoung mum must now take 32 tablets every DAY after an insect bite near schoolMirror.co.ukA young mum has to take 32 tablets every single day after being bitten by a tick. Jordon Craddock, 28, suspects she was attacked by the tiny insect as she played with her three children in woodland near Newlands School in Barwell, Leicestershire. And ...'Every day is a struggle' Mum bitten by tick ...

New Gene Treatment Helps Rats Regain Use of Paws After Spinal Injury – Interesting Engineering

Interesting EngineeringNew Gene Treatment Helps Rats Regain Use of Paws After Spinal InjuryInteresting EngineeringRats are giving new hope to patients struggling with spinal cord injuries. Researchers from the King's College London managed to successfully restore rats' paw usage, thanks to a gene therapy treatment. The new treatment mended the rats' damaged spin ...A new gene therapy to treat spin...

Retired ‘Doctor Opiate’ accused of hundreds of patients deaths after ‘prescribing fatal overdoses’ – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukRetired 'Doctor Opiate' accused of hundreds of patients deaths after 'prescribing fatal overdoses'Mirror.co.ukA retired GP is expected to be found responsible for the deaths of hundreds of patients. Dr Jane Barton, 69, is accused of prescribing fatal overdoses of opiate painkiller diamorphine to elderly patients in the 1990s. An independent panel led by ex ...Retired GP 'to be found re...

Calls to mayor to increase cervical cancer screenings – Enfield Independent

Enfield IndependentCalls to mayor to increase cervical cancer screeningsEnfield IndependentSorry for the intrusion. Please be aware we use cookies and similar technologies to help our site work, to understand how it is used, and to personalise content and advertising. It helps us continue to provide access to our content for free. By ...and more

Men of all ages looking to surgery to increase confidence and look younger, surgeons say – Metro

MetroMen of all ages looking to surgery to increase confidence and look younger, surgeons sayMetroA top surgeon claims men are increasingly turning to plastic surgery to look young and compete in the workplace. A new report reveals men of all ages are getting cosmetic surgeons to enhance their looks and build confidence, with more than 1.3 million ...Plastic Surgery For Men Has Seen a Spike in 201...

Retired GP ‘responsible for deaths of hundreds of patients’ – Metro

MetroRetired GP 'responsible for deaths of hundreds of patients'MetroA retired GP is alleged to have been responsible for the deaths of hundreds of people after prescribing opiate painkillers to patients. Dr Jane Barton has been accused of prescribing fatal doses of diamorophine to elderly patients while working at ...Retired GP 'to be found responsible for up to 833 deaths after prescribing fatal...

Over 230 men walk against prostate cancer in Enugu – Daily Trust

Daily TrustOver 230 men walk against prostate cancer in EnuguDaily TrustMore than 230 men in Enugu on Sunday staged a walk against prostate cancer to create awareness about the disease and its high fatality rate among residents. The 10-kilometre anti-prostate cancer walk, which began from the popular Okpara Square en ...Less than a third of men can spot signs of most common cancer, poll showsThe I...

Child left with tiger scar from henna tattoo on holiday – Metro

MetroChild left with tiger scar from henna tattoo on holidayMetroTwo boys could be left permanently scarred after their skin broke out into blisters from black henna tattoos. Nathaniel Hainsworth, 13, and Kane Archibald, seven, from Sunderland got temporary tattoos just before they flew home from their family ...and more

‘Every day is a struggle’ Mum bitten by tick is left battling Lyme disease – ITV News

ITV News'Every day is a struggle' Mum bitten by tick is left battling Lyme diseaseITV NewsA mum from Leicestershire has described how her life has changed after a tick bite has left her battling Lyme disease. 28-year-old Jordon Craddock from Barwell says she has to take 32 tablets a day for her condition and suffers from fatigue, dizziness ...'Every day is a struggle' Young mum's devastating Lyme ...

Saturday 16th June 2018

Blood Donor Week sign-up drive: We talk to a donor, a patient and a doctor about this vital service – The Scottish Sun

The Scottish SunBlood Donor Week sign-up drive: We talk to a donor, a patient and a doctor about this vital serviceThe Scottish SunAROUND 112,000 Scots regularly give blood to ensure lifesaving transfusions can take place. The army of selfless donors will be honoured at an awards bash in Edinburgh on Tuesday. Blood donation is vital for our hospitals. Alamy. 3. Blood donation is ...Ridge hospital ...

Lack of sleep in teens tied to factors that underlie heart ailments: Report – Business Standard

Business StandardLack of sleep in teens tied to factors that underlie heart ailments: ReportBusiness StandardAdolescents who don't get enough sleep may be more likely to develop risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure and excess body fat, a US study suggests. “Sleep matters,” said Dr. Elsie Taveras of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.Sleep quantity, quality linked to...

Less than a third of men can spot signs of most common cancer, poll shows – The Independent

The IndependentLess than a third of men can spot signs of most common cancer, poll showsThe IndependentLess than a third of men say they can spot the warning symptoms of prostate cancer, which recently became the UK's third biggest cancer killer, polling by YouGov reveals. Prostate is the most common cancer in men, and even though men aged over 50 are ...Men's Health Awareness Month: Grills, guys ...

Hayfever can cause this grim condition you may not have heard of – Birmingham Live

Birmingham LiveHayfever can cause this grim condition you may not have heard ofBirmingham LiveMore than 20 million people could suffer hay fever this summer as unusually high levels of pollen sweep across the UK. Grass pollen, which is the worst culprit for causing symptoms and affects 95% of sufferers, is set to reach its peak. The Met Office ...20 million people suffer hay fever misery as pollen...

What is Disease X? Deadly Bird Flu Virus Could Be Next Pandemic – Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UKWhat is Disease X? Deadly Bird Flu Virus Could Be Next PandemicYahoo News UKA deadly new strain of bird flu threatens to become a worldwide pandemic, health officials warn. Britain's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam says the strain, which has already killed one-third of infected patients in China, could be the ...Disease X killer bird flu strain could cause global pandemi...


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