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09/19/2018
Doctor's cruel words to anorexic woman - NEWS.com.au


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Doctor's cruel words to anorexic woman
NEWS.com.au
A RUSSIAN woman suffering from severe anorexia was told by her doctor that she looked so unwell she could play a “living corpse” in a movie. Kristina Karyagina, 26, from Barnaul in south-central Russia, reported weighs just 17kg and has spent years ...

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09/19/2018
Third confirmed case of Legionnaires' disease in Sydney sparks warning - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Third confirmed case of Legionnaires' disease in Sydney sparks warning
The Sydney Morning Herald
Health officials are warning western Sydney residents to be on the lookout for symptoms of Legionnaires' disease after a third case was confirmed in the area. Earlier this week a man in his 70s and a woman in her 80s were diagnosed with the condition ...
Third Legionnaires' Case Confirmed In Western SydneyHit 107
Third case of legionnaires' in west SydneyBrinkwire (press release)

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09/19/2018
Four patients develop breast cancer after receiving organs from same donor - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Four patients develop breast cancer after receiving organs from same donor
9news.com.au
Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor, a case report explains. The patients developed breast cancer years after their transplants, with three of them dying of the disease. Dr. Frederike Bemelman ...
Donated organs give four people cancerKXLY Spokane
Four get breast cancer from organ donation in "extremely rare" caseWVLT.TV

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09/17/2018
Dr Mark Porter: DIY daily aspirin is dead — but don't be surprised if it comes back in vogue - The Times

The Times

Dr Mark Porter: DIY daily aspirin is dead — but don't be surprised if it comes back in vogue
The Times
Aspirin is in the headlines again after the publication of new research showing that an aspirin a day offers no useful protective effect against dementia, disability or an early death. So, 120 years after its discovery, is this the final nail in the ...
The Risks Might Outweigh The Benefits Of Taking Low-Dose Aspirin Every Day, Studies SayBloomington Pantagraph
On a regular basis low-dose aspirin is now no longer a panacea for the agedNewsline
The ExpertsSwitzer Financial News

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09/19/2018
We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle' - The Australian

The Australian

We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle'
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle'. Researchers believe a vicious cycle between two proteins in the brain of Alzheimer's patients get ...
Scientists discover why many Alzheimer's drugs fail and identify one that may workThe Independent
Discovery could explain failed clinical trials for Alzheimer's, and provide a solutionEurekAlert (press release)
Hope for Alzheimer's drugs after discovery of brain's vicious cycleThe Times

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09/19/2018
New study offers Alzheimer's hope - NEWS.com.au

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New study offers Alzheimer's hope
NEWS.com.au
Eliminating so-called "zombie" cells in the brain has been shown to reduce cognitive decline in mice. New research, published in the journal Nature, reveals a link between neurodegeneration and the accumulation of senescent cells. The findings could ...
Clearing out brain's "zombie cells" offers new approach against dementiaNew Atlas
Removing 'zombie' cells deters Alzheimer's in miceYahoo News
'Zombie' Brain Cells Could Hold Key to Combating Alzheimer's, Mouse Study SuggestsBrinkwire (press release)

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09/19/2018
Bad back? There's a video game for that - The Times

The Times

Bad back? There's a video game for that
The Times
IF your back pain is driving you to distraction, try playing a video game. Over 55s who spent an hour playing “active” video games that involve moving about while watching the screen reduced their pain by more than a quarter, researchers found. The ...
Home-based video game exercises can reduce chronic low back pain in older people, study findsNews-Medical.net
Video game exercises 'can help treat chronic lower back pain'Nursing Times
Video Games Could Help Older Adults Perform Exercises at HomeElectronics360
Daily Mail
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09/19/2018
Sniffing women's perfume 'helps balding blokes keep hair' - Daily Star

Daily Star

Sniffing women's perfume 'helps balding blokes keep hair'
Daily Star
Scientists from Manchester University say the smell of sandalwood, used in many fragrances, may be key in preserving receding hairlines. They say some cells in follicles contain the ability to react to scents. And when exposed to the chemicals in some ...
Synthetic sandalwood found out to prolong human hair developmentNewsline
Perfume could cure baldnessFemaleFirst.co.uk (blog)

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09/19/2018
This type of sugar could actually prevent weight gain, study - Body and Soul

Body and Soul

This type of sugar could actually prevent weight gain, study
Body and Soul
When we look at sugar, it's normally the harmful impacts it can have on your body, but new research, published in the journal Cell Reports, has discovered that all sugars mightn't actually be that bad for the waistline. Mannose is a type of sugar which ...
Scientists have discovered sugar, which will help to lose weight – 24 ChannelThe Koz Telegram
Found sugar, which reduces weightThe Siver Telegram

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09/19/2018
How to drink alcohol in front of your kids: the checklist for responsible parents - 9Coach (blog)

How to drink alcohol in front of your kids: the checklist for responsible parents
9Coach (blog)
We've all seen enough of those ads about kids absorbing parents' drinking habits to know that our kids notice – and often replicate – our booze behaviour. But can you enjoy a tipple without creating big-time binge drinkers in your offspring? Yes, but ...

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