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  • Why to be wary of eating 'pink' lamb

    Added On : 24th October 2018

    Salmonella food poisoning is normally something that people associate with undercooked chicken or eggs.

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  • 3 million common procedures in England could become 'life threatening' without antibiotics

    Added On : 23rd October 2018

    Antibiotics are used to prevent bacterial infections related to a range of medical procedures, such as surgery, but overusing them can lead to the bacteria becoming resistant

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  • Swiping your way toward peace of mind: The most helpful breast cancer apps

    Added On : 22nd October 2018

    In recent years, there has been a slew of new apps targeting breast cancer patients. (Shutterstock)

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  • Mental health: Finding someone to talk to

    Added On : 21st October 2018

    The pressures on mental health services are well documented. But what is it like to try to negotiate the system to get the help you need?

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  • Depressed? The places not to live if you need help

    Added On : 20th October 2018

    A flagship NHS mental health service is failing patients in one in seven areas of England, research by the BBC shows

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  • Lab-grown oesophagus implanted in mice

    Added On : 17th October 2018

    Scientists in London have grown a bio-engineered oesophagus which was successfully implanted into mice.

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  • Scientists identify gene variations that determine lifespan

    Added On : 30th July 2017

    Sixteen gene variations linked to life expectancy, of which 14 are newly discovered, have been recently identified by specialists. They also revealed three genes whose low expression in the brain is linked with longevity.

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  • FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in Cigarettes

    Added On : 29th July 2017

    Image result for FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in CigarettesGoal is to combat smoking by making it less addictive

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  • Slimy slugs inspire 'potentially lifesaving' medical glue

    Added On : 28th July 2017

    Dusky Arion slugA defensive mucus secreted by slugs has inspired a new kind of adhesive that could transform medicine, say scientists.

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  • Sperm count falling sharply in developed world, researchers say

    Added On : 27th July 2017

    Image result for Sperm count falling sharply in developed world, researchers sayLONDON –  Sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years, researchers said on Tuesday.

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