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The 'bubble man' forced to live as a recluse: Pakistani man, 56, covered in hundreds of bumpy tumours is...

A Pakistani man with hundreds of bubble-like tumours has been forced to live as a recluse as people fear he would infect them. Habib Ullah Khan, 56, from Karachi, has had his body ravaged by the small lumps - believed to be a form of neurofibromatosis. S

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago
 

Anti-depressants taken by millions linked to 28 murders in the UK in the past three decades, reveals...

Anti-depressants have been associated with 28 murders in the UK, according to a new BBC investigation. This was the number referred to the UK medicines regulator in the last three decades, Panorama has revealed. Using Freedom of Information laws, program

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago
 

Mother-of-three, 38, claims she has been denied UK treatment because she 'didn't have enough cancer' and...

A mother-of-three claims she has been forced to spend £70,000 every three weeks on cancer treatment in Germany to stay alive - because she was told she 'doesn't have enough cancer' for therapy in the UK. Louise Gleadell, 38, from Leicester, was first dia

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago
 
The diet trends that keep you fat: Misunderstandings could be sabotaging good intentions

The diet trends that keep you fat: Misunderstandings could be sabotaging good intentions

JUICING It’s fine to drink juice when you’re watching your weight but as with any food or drink, you need to count the calories it provides as part of your daily total.  This is one reason health experts in the UK advise sticking to a 150ml serving size.

Daily Express, 26 min. ago
 
How to lower cholesterol: THIS surprising diet could be the key

How to lower cholesterol: THIS surprising diet could be the key

Experts have revealed adopting a Nordic diet could play a major part in lowering cholesterol levels and can reduce the risk of heart disease. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden found participants in a study who ate a Nordic diet for up to 24 weeks,

Daily Express, today, 10:42
 
Scientists hope fish clues aid spinal cord injury treatment

Scientists hope fish clues aid spinal cord injury treatment

Edinburgh scientists hope the results of a study into the nervous systems of a species of small exotic fish could hold clues to new therapies for people with paralysing spinal cord injuries. Edinburgh University researchers said they have uncovered a...

BBC, today, 09:33
 
Arlene Phillips warns others to check their cough for CANCER after best friend death

Arlene Phillips warns others to check their cough for CANCER after best friend death

“Quite simply, she changed my life,” says the choreographer, dancer and former judge on hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing. “I first met her when I moved to London from Manchester at the age of 22. “I had been trained in ballroom and Latin dancing but ev

Daily Express, today, 08:18
 
Dementia prevention: Doing THIS exercise three times a week could keep your brain healthy

Dementia prevention: Doing THIS exercise three times a week could keep your brain healthy

Research by Goethe University Frankfurt have established for the first time how exercise affects brain metabolism. The study is one of the first in the world to reveal exactly how physical exercise prevents dementia. It’s previously been shown that worki

Daily Express, today, 08:18
 
Back pain warning: THREE main triggers of the UK’s leading cause of disability REVEALED

Back pain warning: THREE main triggers of the UK’s leading cause of disability REVEALED

It affects four out of five of us at some point, according to Arthritis Research UK. Pain can be felt anywhere along the spine, however lower back pain is particularly common. For many people, the discomfort isn’t caused by anything serious, and will pas

Daily Express, today, 08:18
 

How 10-minute stroll eases pain of a long drive: Walking relieves pressure on compressed body parts

Feeling pain and stiffness on long car journeys can be avoided by taking a 10 minute stroll during a rest break, scientists have found. While taking breaks helps prevent tiredness – an important consideration particularly for the driver – discomfort is i

Daily Mail, today, 08:10
 
Thousands of Scots youngsters waiting for mental health treatment being 'failed by the system'

Thousands of Scots youngsters waiting for mental health treatment being 'failed by the system'

Thousands of young people are being "failed by the system" as they faced waits of more than four months for mental health treatment, Scottish Labour has claimed. Scottish Government waiting-time targets of 18 weeks were missed for 3,666...

Daily Record, today, 08:01
 
Diabetes breakthrough: Vaccine to PREVENT it being tested in humans as early as next year

Diabetes breakthrough: Vaccine to PREVENT it being tested in humans as early as next year

Researchers at the University of Tampere in Finland have created a prototype vaccine that they plan to test in human clinical trials beginning in 2018. It’s been designed to prevent type 1 diabetes in children from developing in the first place. While it

Daily Express, today, 04:50
 
Antibody helps keep man's HIV at bay for 10 months

Antibody helps keep man's HIV at bay for 10 months

An experimental therapy has held back one man's HIV infection for 10 months, doctors have reported. He was one of 18 people in a small trial testing injections of "broadly neutralising antibodies" - the natural weapons of the immune system....

BBC, today, 03:53
 
Charlie Gard latest: What is mitochondrial depletion syndrome and what is the outlook?

Charlie Gard latest: What is mitochondrial depletion syndrome and what is the outlook?

CHARLIE Gard’s parents have withdrawn their application to take their terminally ill son the US for treatment. In a shocking move, a lawyer for parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard told Mr Justice Francis that "time had run out". It’s a...

Daily Express, today, 01:03
 

Memories could be RE-AWOKEN in Alzheimer's sufferers: Scientists reactivate brains of dementia-plagued mice...

Lost memories could be brought back in patients with Alzheimer's, as new research finds that the disease might not destroy them altogether as previously believed.  It has long been thought that Alzheimer's disease, which is the most common form of dement

Daily Mail, today, 00:44
 


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