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2019-05-27 01:03NHS violence: Nurses talk of attacks by patients in hospital
Nurses at a hospital in Dorset speak about the times they have been attacked by their patients.
BBC News Health
2019-05-27 01:03Male circumcision: 'My penis was mutilated'
Ashley says his childhood circumcision has left him physically and psychologically damaged.
BBC News Health
2019-05-27 01:00Working the night shift on Malaria's frontline in Sierra Leone
A night shift in the hospital on the frontline of the fight against malaria.
BBC News Health
2019-05-27 00:59Thai vet helps woman give birth by Bangkok road
A veterinarian in Thailand stepped in to help a woman give birth on the side of the road in Bangkok.
BBC News Health
2019-05-26 16:13Menopause: what are the symptoms and why does it happen?
Changes in hormones can have big effects on the body and how we behave.
BBC News Health
2019-05-26 12:54Yvonne Murray: 'I'm an Olympic medal winner living with depression'
Athlete Yvonne Murray has spoken for the first time about how depression and anxiety nearly ended her life.
BBC News Health
2019-05-24 20:47First Mesothelioma Treatment in 15 Years Approved
The new device was approved under the Humanitarian Device Exemption, which was created to encourage innovation in rare diseases.
WebMD
2019-05-24 20:39Summer of Mosquito Swarms a Possibility This Year
Mosquitoes could wreck your summer if you're not prepared and a warm, wet spring means the blood-suckers will be out in force.
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2019-05-24 20:35Colon Cancer Screenings Rise When Medicaid Arrives
American Cancer Society researchers analyzed CDC data and found that in states that were very early adopters of the Medicaid expansion, the rate of low-income adults ages 50-64 who were up to date with colon cancer screening rose from 42.3%...
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2019-05-24 19:51Study: Roundup Linked to Human Liver Damage
A group of people who have liver disease also had elevated urine levels of glyphosate, the main weed-killing ingredient in Roundup, researchers found.
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2019-05-24 12:38Sinikiwe Kademaunga: 'Don't associate disability with poverty'
Blogger Sinikiwe Kademaunga was born with a condition that stopped the growth of her limbs.
BBC News Health
2019-05-24 02:19Surgeons warn of serious hand injuries from dog leads and collars
A Cornwall dog owner had the skin torn off her middle finger by a lead wound tightly round her hand.
BBC News Health
2019-05-24 02:16Mumps and measles cases in England prompt vaccine call
There were 795 cases of mumps in the first three months of 2019, versus 1,031 in the whole of 2018.
BBC News Health
2019-05-23 23:30New Gene Variations for Type 2 Diabetes Found
The genes identified in the study and the proteins they encode are potential targets for new diabetes medicines, and may help improve understanding and treatment of the disease, according to the study authors.
WebMD
2019-05-23 23:18Does Bipolar Disorder Raise Risk of Parkinson's?
Those with bipolar who developed Parkinson's were nine years younger -- average age 64 -- than others who also developed Parkinson's, the study found.
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2019-05-23 22:27Half-Price Version of Humalog Insulin Available
The company's generic version of its Humalog U-100 is being sold under the chemical name insulin lispro,
WebMD
2019-05-23 22:20That Selfie May Be Epic, But Not Worth Your Life
Many in pursuit of the "epic selfie" have died -- a recent study found there were 259 deaths and 137 injuries or accidents around the world between 2011 and 2017, from just three deaths in 2011 to 93 in 2017.
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2019-05-23 22:126 Brain Surgeries Later, This Med Student Is Excelling
Claudia Martinez was a college student chasing her dream of becoming a doctor when a neurosurgeon gave her alarming advice: Get brain surgery as soon as possible for chiari malformation.
WebMD
2019-05-23 22:00Many 'Dehumanize' People with Obesity
"The science is actually pretty straightforward; we know that feeling stigmatized because of your weight actually leads to weight increases," said study author Inge Kersbergen.
WebMD
2019-05-23 21:26Poor Diet Might Raise Your Cancer Risk
The researchers estimated that dietary factors may have accounted for over 80,000 of the new invasive cancer cases reported in 2015, or about 5% of that year's total among U.S. adults.
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