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From hormones to genetics to your skincare regime, adult acne can be triggered by many factors. New research shows this can include what you eat.
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Almost 10,000 women a year are to benefit from NHS breast cancer tests that could spare them the stress of chemotherapy after a U-turn by Nice.
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Hospitals are employing new managers at a faster rate than doctors and nurses, figures show.Since 2013, NHS trusts took on 3,600 managers compared with 8,300 more doctors and 7,000 more nurses.
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Patients with serious health problems, including many with dementia, face crippling care bills because of a postcode lottery which sees them denied vital NHS funding, research has found.
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Researchers from San Francisco State University have found in a new study that smartphone dependence may have similar effects on the brain to those seen in opioid addiction.
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Amy Haller Follis, of Pennsylvania, saw her mother, father, grandparents, uncle, and her cousin who committed suicide in the mid-1990s at 16. All this despite taking out her tampon in time.
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Researchers from the University of Kansas found that when worn twice a day for a month, the device reduces tremor severity by 89.5 percent. Wearing it just once reduces tremors by 65 percent.
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Research has revealed that women feel least satisfied with their relationships and sex lives when they do all the chores - especially dishes. A top sex therapist says to make chores sexy.
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In a survey of more than 1,000 patients who had had surgery, nearly all of them were presribed opioids, but 63 percent were unused and only a fraction were disposed of, a Mayo Clinic study found.
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Researchers from the University of Sydney found dementia patients are 17 per cent more likely to be prescribed unnecessary medications for conditions such as insomnia, pain and depression.
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