Aspirin side effects: Yellow eyes and skin could be a sign of liver damage - seek help
MANY of us rely on painkillers to get through uncomfortable conditions such as headaches, stomach aches and other health issues. However, like all things they must be taken in moderation. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Kerry Katona health: 'Horrible, eggy burps' Star's 'unbearable' condition - NHS remedies
KERRY KATONA has hit the headlines throughout the years for numerous reasons. But earlier this year when she shared a cryptic snap of herself in hospital, hoards of loyal fans rushed to see what was wrong with the reality-TV star before she revealed more about her "unbearable" health condition. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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The NHS puts in great efforts to catch cancer symptoms early without needing to see a GP
PHARMACY staff will be given powers to send patients for cancer checks if they spot symptoms as part of a drive to boost early diagnosis. A pilot scheme will see customers referred directly for scans and tests without needing to see a GP. Symptoms that could trigger a referral from a community pharmacy team include a cough lasting more than three weeks, difficulty swallowing or blood in urine. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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High cholesterol symptoms: Trouble straightening these two fingers could be a sign - exper
RAISED cholesterol can lead to serious health issues including stroke and heart disease if not dealt with quickly. This is because too much cholesterol in the blood can block the arteries and veins in your body. Although there aren't always any clinical signs of high cholesterol, there are a few signals to look out for. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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How to sleep in a heatwave – expert tips
SLEEP is a crucial time for overall health. It's when the body rests, recovers, and recuperates after a long day. During the summer sleeping can become more difficult. Express.co.uk has been speaking to a sleep expert to find out how one can slip into sleep with greater ease. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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'It all happened quite quickly' Man, 65, battled cancer after suffering no symptoms
PROSTATE CANCER remains the most common cancer in men across the UK, but for the 52,300 new prostate cancer cases in the UK every year, many remain asymptomatic. Dave Fenneberg, 72, from Essex is one of those men, who was diagnosed with advanced and aggressive prostate cancer despite showing no symptoms whatsoever. So how can you catch prostate cancer early? (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Heatstroke: Eight signs you need to call 999
WITH the return of summer comes the return of long days and short nights, loud festivals and time with friends. However, it also marks the return of hot days and the associated dangers. As the UK gets ready to bask in a mini heatwave, it becomes more important than ever to know the signs not all is well in the sun. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Steve McQueen: The 'King of Cool's' deadly mesothelioma - critical warning signs
ACTOR STEVE McQueen can be seen in his prime as the 1968 crime thriller Bullitt airs on ITV4 tonight . As the legendary actor passed away back in 1980 aged only 50, here we examine the health issues he suffered leading up to his untimely death which included a battle with asbestos cancer. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Insomnia: Tips for getting to sleep if you suffer from hay fever - expert
IT CAN be difficult to sleep at the best of times. But with the UK experiencing a spate of hot weather as well as a high pollen count, it can be even harder for sufferers of hay fever. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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NICE backs use of fish-oil drug alongside statins – side effects
STATINS are a form of drug used to lower cholesterol. High cholesterol is a condition known to be a major risk factor for heart disease. Now, a UK health body has approved the use of a new drug with the potential to be used alongside statins. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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How to stop feet and ankles swelling in hot weather - 7 steps to prevent ‘trapped’ fluid
SWOLLEN feet and ankles can affect anyone when the weather is hot, but how can you stop it from happening in the first place? Here are some of the best ways to combat this common warm-weather problem. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Hair loss: The product that may cause hair to fall out in 'chunks' and lead to 'cancer'
MANY Britons rely heavily on products to boost the appearance of their hair. Some of these, however, contain harsh chemicals that have previously been linked to cancer, hormone imbalances, fertility problems and asthma. Users are now asking that hair products containing lye be banned from the market. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Ovarian cancer symptoms: The 'very vague' signs which can indicate 'early stages'
CANCER RESEARCH UK says the symptoms of ovarian cancer can be "very vague, particularly when the disease is in its early stages". For this reason, ovarian cancer is often diagnosed late, but early diagnosis can mean it is often more treatable. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Statins side effects: 'Thrombocytopenia' is a 'common' side effect - do you experience it?
STATINS lower the level of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in the blood, which is often referred to as "bad cholesterol", and statins reduce the production of it inside the liver. The NHS says: "If you find certain side effects particularly troublesome, talk to the doctor in charge of your care." (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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Having too much ‘good’ cholesterol may increase death risk by 96% - how much is too much?
CHOLESTEROL levels are sometimes measured to predict a person's lifetime risk of developing cardiovascular disease, and those with the highest levels of HDL cholesterol are believed to have the lowest risk. The results of a new study, however, point to the complex interactions between "good" cholesterol and heart disease. (Source: Daily Express - Health)
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