Women suffer more work burnout than men do
Women tend to burn out at work more quickly than men do, causing anxiety, insomnia snd heart problems, because they work more stressful, less rewarding jobs, a new Canadian study suggests. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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NHS appeals for people with O and B negative blood to donate
NHS Blood and Transplant today blamed low donations over the bank holiday weekend, as many chose to bask outdoors in the sizzling 86 °F (30°C) temperatures instead. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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‘Unavoidable’ chemical used in soap and toothpaste could leave you battling bowel cancer
The University of Massachusetts Amherst trial gives the first evidence that triclosan - banned in some products in the US - can have adverse effects on gut health. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Scientists could flip a switch in the brain which stops you enjoying certain foods
Researchers at the Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University found they can manipulate the area of the brain which controls emotional responses to food, in a study conducted on mice. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Excess health food can harm your health
When it comes to healthy foods, we think the more the better but too much of a good thing can come with harmful effects. We've listed some health foods that can do harm if consumed in excess. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Girl who survived the 'worst meningitis case' seen in 25 years
Kia Gott is improving day by day in the high dependency unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary after contracting the killer disease. She has been in hospital since September. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Tennessee becomes latest state to report hepatitis A outbreak as 14 cases are confirmed in Nashville
Tennessee is the latest US state to report an outbreak of hepatitis A with around 14 cases confirmed in Nashville since December, joining a growing number of US states that have reported outbreaks. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Birth control recalled for packaging placebo pills on the wrong days
Drug company Allergan has issued a voluntary recall for its birth control gel capsules, Taytulla, after realizing that four placebos had been packaged and labelled to be take on the wrong days. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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New 'train track' implant being trialled by doctors for scoliosis
Researchers at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust have created the MESA Rail to treat scoliosis. The condition causes the spine to twist and curve. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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You CAN have too much of a good thing: Excess health food can harm your health
When it comes to healthy foods, we think the more the better but too much of a good thing can come with harmful effects. We've listed some health foods that can do harm if consumed in excess. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Scientists claim they can turn back time by removing wrinkles from INSIDE our cells
A team from the University of Virginia reports that we may be able to  combat aging by ironing out the wrinkles that appear in our cells as we get older, by reintroducing a protein we lose as we age (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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American Cancer Society lowers bowel screening age to 45
People age 45 and younger should start getting screened for colorectal cancers, the American Cancer Society is urging in its newly updated guidelines. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Obese people may overeat to make up for enjoying food less
A Bangor University study has found that overweight people actually enjoy food less than those who are skinny, and says that they felt more of an emotional connection to food in general (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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A first aid expert advises on how to cope with sunburn, insect bites and even hot climates
Summer holidays are just around the corner and preparation is key when it comes to first aid on holiday. First aid expert Emma Hammet explains how to tackle bites and what to do in hot climes (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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First ever 3D printed human corneas are made by UK scientists
Researchers at Newcastle University have produced the first ever 3D-printed human corneas and say the technology could be used to fill a shortage which causes the UK to import hundreds a year. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Separation increases the risk of early death by nearly 50 per cent
Researchers from the University of Arizona found divorcees are more likely to take up these habits due to poor life satisfaction. Up to 50 percent of married couples in the US divorce. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Surgeons spent 10 hours removing a man's 33lb tumour in China
Zhao Xingfu, 64, said the tumour first appeared 47 years ago and was initially just 'the size of an egg'. Mr Xingfu, from Panzhou City, China, initially ignored the growth due to it being painless. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Women's voices drop after giving birth as they attempt to sound more authoritative as new parents
Researchers from the University of Sussex add voice changes may also be driven by hormonal fluctuations after women give birth. Adele claims she sounded 'like a man' while pregnant. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Cocktail of drugs that replaces lost brain cells could restore memories in Alzheimer ’s patients
Researchers from  Peking University found that just eight weeks after being injected into the brains of mice, the medication mixture causes up to 90 per cent of 'support cells' to turn into neurons. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Love Island's Chris Hughes will shed eight pounds for charity race
EXCLUSIVE: Reality star Chris Hughes, who rose to fame on ITV's Love Island, will follow a strict diet and exercise regime to lose half a stone before his first ever horse race at York Racecourse on June 16. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Doctors use an extraordinary method to remove a magnet from a nine year-old girl's lung
Medics at a hospital in Mangalore, India, came up with the novel method of using a stronger magnet to remove a small magnet stuck in a nine-year old girl's lung, when it couldn't be removed easily. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Separation increases the risk of an early death by nearly 50% due to divorcees taking up smoking
Researchers from the University of Arizona found divorcees are more likely to take up these habits due to poor life satisfaction. Up to 50 percent of married couples in the US divorce. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Obese people may overeat to make up for enjoying food less than thinner people, says new study
A Bangor University study has found that overweight people actually enjoy food less than those who are skinny, and says that they felt more of an emotional connection to food in general (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Love Island's Chris Hughes will shed eight pounds in a month for first ever charity horse race
EXCLUSIVE: Reality star Chris Hughes, who rose to fame on ITV's Love Island, will follow a strict diet and exercise regime to lose half a stone before his first ever horse race at York Racecourse on June 16. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Surgeons spent 10 hours removing a 33lb tumour from a man's neck
Zhao Xingfu, 64, said the tumour first appeared 47 years ago and was initially just 'the size of an egg'. Mr Xingfu, from Panzhou City, China, initially ignored the growth due to it being painless. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Indian man is cruelly branded 'alien' due to mysterious condition
Anshu Kumar, 21, from Jagatpur, India, is thought to suffer from multiple diseases that doctors have been unable to diagnose, leaving him with an enlarged head and deep-set narrow eyes. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Grouchy teenagers are losing brain matter and should be left alone
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, a professor of cognitive neuroscience at University College London, says grouchy teenagers should be left alone as it's evidence of their brains changing and maturing (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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GP crisis as 1.3million NHS patients forced to find a new surgery
More than 1.3million UK patients have been forced to find a new GP in the last five years following a big rise in the number of surgeries shutting down. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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The roll out of 5G wireless service is 'a massive health experiment'
Wireless service providers are rolling out 800,000 cell towers to support the new 5G network, but a University of California, Berkeley public health expert warns the radiation may be dangerous. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Mother-of-two finds biological father after she did a mail-order DNA test
Amy Meyerott, 32, from St Louis, Missouri, met her father, Tim Berrigan, from Kingsport, Tennessee, who never knew he had a daughter, in March after she did a mail-order DNA test. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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A third of Americans are on a diet - including one in 10 who FAST - but just as many are still obese
Healthy eating has become trendy in the US, with 36 percent following a diet plan, but just as many are obese and experts at the International Food Information Council say many eat the wrong things. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Online dating makes people feel more depressed, studies suggest  
Online dating makes millions of love interests available to us at the touch of our fingertips, but studies have suggested that the process can lower our self-esteem and make us feel depressed. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Stressful jobs can lead to depression in middle age
Researchers at the Black Dog Institute in Australia found people with 'high strain' jobs, or those with high demands or low control, are more likely to develop depression or anxiety in their middle age. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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New technique captures incredible footage of the brain beating with the heart
Footage captured by a new video MRI technique developed by an international team of scientists captures the brain's 'beating' and could help catch concussions and aneurysms earlier. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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New vaccine may keep patients alive 7 YEARS longer with the same cancer that killed Tessa Jowell
Scientists tested the DCVax-L injection, a form of immunotherapy, on more than 300 patients from the UK, US, Canada and Germany diagnosed with a glioblastoma. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Mother reveals how 'wine o clock' almost ruined her life
Lauren Derrett, 44, a mother-of-four from Essex started using wine to relax after the birth of her third child and found herself consuming up to a bottle a night on average and more on weekends. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Is YOUR job stressful? More evidence reveals high pressure careers can lead to depression in middle
Researchers at the Black Dog Institute in Australia found people with 'high strain' jobs, or those with high demands or low control, are more likely to develop depression or anxiety in their middle age. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Stricter drinking and driving policies could save 800 lives a year in the US, study reveals  
For every one percent stricter US policies like alcohol taxes and sobriety check points get, the drunk driving death rate falls by one percent too, a new Boston Medical Center study reveals. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Insomnia in childhood increases the risk of teenagers suffering from high cholesterol
A study from University of Helsinki looked at effects of sleep patterns on health. It found that hours slept could predict how likely a child is to have problems with cholesterol as a teenager. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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The brain's 'power cells' shut down in old age
A new study from the Salk Institute in California has found that people are susceptible to age-related diseases because the of impaired energy function in cells. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Ovarian cancer rates plummet as more take contraceptives
A new report from the American Cancer Society has revealed the latest statistics on ovarian cancer for 2018, showing a decline in mortality rates as well as incidence rates. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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NHS pays for girl, 5, to receive proton beam therapy in Florida  
Skye Brierley, from Blackpool, was sent to the 'Sunshine State' for 31 rounds of the pioneering treatment to zap her cancerous growth. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Daily dose of aspirin reduces a pregnant woman ’s risk of pre-eclampsia by nearly 40%, study finds
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh found that expectant mothers are 39 percent less likely to develop pre-eclampsia if they take a low dose of the painkiller every day. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Father-to-be swapped his 'love handles' for a six-pack in just EIGHT weeks
EXCLUSIVE: Jon Lipsey, Editor-in-Chief of British magazine Men's Fitness, lost 10kg of fat to transform his body from clinically overweight to cover star material in just eight weeks. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Lorraine viewers in tears after man with Alzheimer ’s breaks into song
Ted McDermott, 81, from Blackburn, began singing  Julio Iglesias' Amor, Amor, Amor  to his son Simon in a sweet clip on Lorraine. Simon's mother Linda also thanked him for his support, (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Middle-aged men who eat plenty of lean meat raise heart failure risk
A study from the University of Eastern Finland found that eating lots of lean meat in a high protein diet has been linked with an increased risk of heart failure in middle-aged men (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Insomnia causes brain to ‘eat itself’ and may lead to Alzheimer’s
Researchers from  Marche Polytechnic University, Ancona, Italy, found that insufficient shut eye causes the system that removes brain cell 'wear and tear' to go into overdrive. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Marijuana may contribute to depression by making people less able to forget bad memories
Researchers from the University of Windsor in Ontario found that marijuana users take longer to forget bad memories, which may contribute to depression by 'burdening' the brain. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Lorraine viewers are left in tears after a father with Alzheimer ’s, 81, breaks into song
Ted McDermott, 81, from Blackburn, began singing  Julio Iglesias' Amor, Amor, Amor  to his son Simon in a sweet clip on Lorraine. Simon's mother Linda also thanked him for his support, (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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Surgeons removed 4,100 gallstones from Indian man's body
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT The stones, which measured between 2mm and 4mm, took two-and-a-half hours for surgeons at Krishna Hospital in Nashik, India, to remove. (Source: the Mail online | Health)
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