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Two-thirds of the world’s population under 50 have herpes

Nations health experts has said two-thirds of the world's population under 50 have the type of herpes which causes cold sores. The World Health Organisation...

Reducing sugar ‘improves health’ regardless of calorie count

Reducing sugar in diets even without cutting calories or losing weight has the power to dramatically improve health, experts have said. A new study involving...

FIGHT YOUR INDIGESTION

By Deborah Thomas Are you constantly burping, frequently bloated, feeling stomach heaviness or find that you are constantly having heartburns? All these are common symptoms...

Paraplegic man walks again using brain waves to move his legs

A man confined to a wheelchair five years ago is able to walk again after scientists reconnected his brain and legs. It is the first...

Antidepressants ‘linked to increased risk of violent behaviour in young people’

Common antidepressants have been linked to an increased risk of young people committing violent crimes. A Swedish study found that taking the drugs, known as...

Overnight social media use linked to depression among teenagers

A lack of sleep among teenagers who are spending the night hours on social media can cause depression and anxiety, according to a study. Scientists...

DNA tests prove the most fruitful way to pick out cheating tomato growers

Forget doping at major sports events and auto-tuning technology at music concerts, there’s a potentially bigger scandal when it comes to competition cheating at...

People with lots of online followers ‘leaving themselves open to psychological harm’

People who have large followings on social networks like Facebook are at greater risk of psychological and reputational harm than those with a close...

Sex change hormone finally proves men are better at parking, but women can multi-task

Research into how hormone treatment in transsexual women undergoing sex changes affects thought processes has shown that some stereotypes about the difference between men’s...

Britain’s over-65s drinking at ‘alarming’ levels

An alarming number of over-65s in Britain are drinking alcohol at unsafe levels, health experts have said after they conducted a study which found...

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Manchester City to make Etihad Stadium facilities available to NHS

Manchester City are making facilities at the Etihad Stadium available to the NHS in the front-line battle against the coronavirus pandemic. As part of contingency...

Tom Hanks back in the US after self-isolating in Australia

Tom Hanks has returned to the US having self-isolated in Australia for coronavirus. The Hollywood star and his wife Rita Wilson, both 63, announced they...

Juventus players and manager agree to forego wages for four months

Juventus players have agreed to waive four months’ wages to help the club’s finances amid the coronavirus pandemic. Cristiano Ronaldo and his team-mates, along with...

Trump considers then rejects quarantining New York and other states

US President Donald Trump considered then abandoned ordering a quarantine for the coronavirus hotspots of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Mr Trump announced in...

Coronavirus-hit cruise ship allowed through Panama Canal

A coronavirus-stricken cruise ship stranded off the coast of Panama with over 200 British nationals on board will be allowed to continue its journey...
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