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Tuesday 14th August 2018

New Net To Prevent Spread Of Malaria – iAfrica.com

iAfrica.comNew Net To Prevent Spread Of MalariaiAfrica.comA bed net designed to kill insecticide-resistant mosquitoes could prevent millions of cases of malaria across sub-Saharan Africa, scientists have found. A two-year clinical trial in Burkina Faso showed that dousing bed nets with a combination of ...The radio 'saved my little girl's life'BBC NewsDrug-laced mosquito net may help prevent malar...

DeepMind AI matches experts at detecting over 50 eye diseases – The Engineer

The EngineerDeepMind AI matches experts at detecting over 50 eye diseasesThe EngineerDeepMind Health, working in collaboration with Moorfields Eye Hospital, has used artificial intelligence (AI) to analyse and detect a range of eye diseases. eye diseases. The research, which appears in Nature Medicine, applied deep learning techniques ...Artificial intelligence 'did not miss a single urgent case'B...

Vaping causes serious damage to your lungs, scientists now warn – Huddersfield Examiner

Huddersfield ExaminerVaping causes serious damage to your lungs, scientists now warnHuddersfield ExaminerVaping could seriously damage your lungs, scientists have now warned. Inhaling nicotine vapours was thought to be less harmful than smoking cigarettes . But according to a study in the medical journal Thorax, the vapour can impede the alveolar ...Vaping can cause SERIOUS lung damage, say scient...

Vaping can cause SERIOUS lung damage, say scientists – Stoke-on-Trent Live

The TimesVaping can cause SERIOUS lung damage, say scientistsStoke-on-Trent LiveA study found vapour may cause inflammation and impair the activity of alveolar macrophages, cells which remove potentially damaging dust particles, bacteria and allergens. Published in journal Thorax, the researchers said some of the effects are ...E-cigarettes may be more dangerous than previously thought and could c...

Isle of Wight GP surgeries stretched, so harder for patients to get in touch by phone – On The Wight

South Yorkshire TimesIsle of Wight GP surgeries stretched, so harder for patients to get in touch by phoneOn The WightThe Royal College of GPs says that surgeries are “performing well in incredibly difficult circumstances”, but that patients on the Isle of Wight are finding it increasingly difficult to contact their family doctor over the phone. Be the first to add ...Patient hits out over hom...

Baby with 50 allergies could be killed by his own tears, apples and inflatables – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBaby with 50 allergies could be killed by his own tears, apples and inflatablesMirror.co.ukA tot allergic to inflatables, apples and even his own tears is a prisoner in his own home – and will never be able to enjoy summer. Nine-month-old Riley Kinsey, from Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Notts, was born with 50 known allergies and is only able to leave ...Meet baby Riley - the 9-month-old from ...

Patients in Hartlepool are finding it harder to contact their GP over the phone – Hartlepool Mail

Hartlepool MailPatients in Hartlepool are finding it harder to contact their GP over the phoneHartlepool MailPatients are finding it increasingly difficult to make to make contact with their family doctor over the phone. The Royal College of GPs says that surgeries' resources are stretched, but that doctors and their teams are “performing well in incredibly ...Patient hits out over home visits l...

Blood Test Could Detect Kidney Cancer up to 5 Years Earlier – Technology Networks

Technology NetworksBlood Test Could Detect Kidney Cancer up to 5 Years EarlierTechnology NetworksScientists have discovered that a marker in the blood could help predict the risk that a person will develop kidney cancer, according to research published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. Supported by Cancer Research UK, the IARC and the NIH ...Detect kidney cancer 5 years earlier through bloo...

Cerys ‘braves the shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Support – Caerphilly Observer

Caerphilly ObserverCerys 'braves the shave' for Macmillan Cancer SupportCaerphilly ObserverPublished in News at 10:36, Tuesday August 14th, 2018. inShare. Cerys Owen died her hair blue before shaving it off to raise over £400 for Macmillian Cancer Support. A 12-year-old girl from Aberbargoed has shaved her head to raise money for Macmillan ...Mobile unit to give free cancer advice and support...

‘I thought I was going to die’ Shocking picture shows cancer patient’s horrific injuries after being glassed on … – Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily Record'I thought I was going to die' Shocking picture shows cancer patient's horrific injuries after being glassed on ...Scottish Daily RecordThis shocking picture shows a cancer patient who was glassed by another woman after she gave friends a lift on a night out... to cheer her up. Joanna Draus needed 20 stitches to a nasty head wound and thought she had lost the sight in one eye ...

Monday 13th August 2018

Highworth man recruits over 1000 Dementia Friends – Swindon Advertiser

Swindon AdvertiserHighworth man recruits over 1000 Dementia FriendsSwindon AdvertiserA HIGHWORTH man has been recognised for his sterling work with the Dementia Friends initiative. 0 comment. Kevin O'Donoghue has been congratulated by the Alzheimer's Society after creating more than 1,000 Dementia Friends in and around his ...Grantham pet store help raise thousands for Alzheimer's charityGrantham ...

Woman, 32, who blamed headaches and exhaustion on divorce devastated to be told she has TWO DAYS to live – The Sun

The SunWoman, 32, who blamed headaches and exhaustion on divorce devastated to be told she has TWO DAYS to liveThe SunEXHAUSTED and plagued by headaches, Kate Stallard blamed her divorce. At 32 she had split from her husband, who she'd been with for ten years, and was adjusting to single life. Kate Stallard was suffering headaches and felt exhausted for two months, ...Woman, 32, thought headaches ...

Bowel cancer screening to start 10 years earlier – PharmaTimes

PharmaTimesBowel cancer screening to start 10 years earlierPharmaTimesBowel cancer screening in England and Wales is to start a decade earlier in a drive to pick up more cases of the disease at an earlier stage, the government has confirmed. As it stands, men and women aged 60 to 74 are currently invited for bowel ...This kit can save livesKnutsford Guardianall 4 news articles

Leader comment: Takeways need to cut the size of chip portions – The Scotsman

The ScotsmanLeader comment: Takeways need to cut the size of chip portionsThe ScotsmanIn 1971, the late Ronnie Clydesdale opened a restaurant in Glasgow, calling it the Ubiquitous Chip to take the mickey out of the city's idea of a vegetable accompaniment to, well, everything. While 'the Chip' famously didn't serve them for years, it ...Portions of chips have 'increased 80%' in size since 2002JOE....

Average Glasgow chips portion 80% bigger than it should be – The Scotsman

The ScotsmanAverage Glasgow chips portion 80% bigger than it should beThe ScotsmanThe average portion of chips sold in Glasgow is 80 per cent larger than official guidance set out in 2002, new research has revealed. Obesity Action Scotland (OAS) visited 30 takeaway outlets in the city in May, and found the average serving of chips ...Portions of chips have 'increased 80%' in size since 2002JOE.co....

Cancer screening launched in Norfolk was so successful age limit is to be lowered – Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressCancer screening launched in Norfolk was so successful age limit is to be loweredNorfolk Eastern Daily PressA bowel cancer screening programme which was launched in Norfolk has been so successful the age at which it is offered is to be lowered. Share article from on facebook · Tweet article from · Share article from on Google Plus · post article from on reddit.Bowel c...

The best and worst GP surgeries in Gloucestershire, according to patients – Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire LiveThe best and worst GP surgeries in Gloucestershire, according to patientsGloucestershire LiveThe Frampton Surgery is the best GP practice in Gloucestershire, according to patients - but how did yours perform? NHS England has released the latest finding of its GP Patient Survey - a huge ongoing poll involving more than a million people a year.Desperate patients resort to paying ...

Scientists just reversed the effect of ageing in human cells – Metro

MetroScientists just reversed the effect of ageing in human cellsMetroA team of researchers have successfully reversed the ageing process in lab grown human cells. While you won't be supping from the fountain of youth just yet, the breakthrough could be the first step towards anti-ageing drugs. As we get older, out cells ...Ageing in human cells successfully reversed in the labTimes of Maltaall 3 ...

Woman who put headaches down to stress was 48 hours from DEATH due to rare blood cancer – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukWoman who put headaches down to stress was 48 hours from DEATH due to rare blood cancerMirror.co.ukA woman who brushed off her headaches and exhaustion as divorce stress was horrified to hear she was just 48 hours away from dying from leukaemia. So urgent was Kate Stallard's case that she didn't even have time to freeze her eggs before she began ...Woman, 32, who dismissed her exhausti...

Almost 40% of people ‘cannot afford doctor’s appointment’ – Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerAlmost 40% of people 'cannot afford doctor's appointment'Irish ExaminerAlmost two-in-five people have been unable to afford a doctor's appointment to check for signs of cancer. Patients could be missing out on life-saving early treatment by not visiting their GP sooner, according to a new study by the Irish Cancer Society.Two in five patients can't afford to pay for a visit to GP - r...

Sunday 12th August 2018

First ever pregnancy app approved by FDA – TheHealthSite

TheHealthSiteFirst ever pregnancy app approved by FDATheHealthSiteThe Natural Cycles app designed to fast-track approval for new low-to-moderate-risk devices. It was approved as part of the agency's new Digital Health Innovation Action Plan. Editorial Team | Published: August 12, 2018 4:04 pm. 0 Shares. Facebook ...FDA approves 1st birth control apptheindependentbd.comAvoid-unwanted-pregnancy...

Beware of aggressive drunk wasps that are more likely to sting you – LincolnshireLive

LincolnshireLiveBeware of aggressive drunk wasps that are more likely to sting youLincolnshireLiveWasps are going on stinging rampages after getting drunk on fermented fruit, experts have warned. The 'boozy wasps' eat the fruit at this time of year because their normal food source has dried up. And they become very aggressive - they may even been ...Angry drunk wasps are attacking people in Glouce...

There’s only a BAT hanging out in a Gloucester car park stairwell – Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire LiveThere's only a BAT hanging out in a Gloucester car park stairwellGloucestershire LiveIt's a bat, man. Not a sight you expect to see when doing your shopping in Gloucester, but a friendly bat is hanging out in a car park stairwell. It's been there for more than a day, minding its own business. The mammal was still there this morning ...and more

Can RTMS treat depression without the side effects of medication? – Metro

MetroCan RTMS treat depression without the side effects of medication?MetroWhatever headlines you might read about how antidepressants don't work, for millions of people, they do. In 2016, there were 64.7 million prescriptions for them in England alone. So, as a country, we're taking a lot of these little pills – and mostly ...antidepressants that don't reduce libido antidepressants with least s...

As tick threat explodes, state’s reluctance to address climate link may threaten public health – Press Herald

Press HeraldAs tick threat explodes, state's reluctance to address climate link may threaten public healthPress HeraldMaine's invasion came early this year. In recent hotbeds of tick activity – from Scarborough to Belfast and Brewer – people say they spotted the eight-legged arachnid before spring. They noticed the ticks – which look like moving poppyseeds ...Number of tick bites slumps as d...


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