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Early hip fracture surgery will save hundreds of lives

A report shows 8% fewer patients die within 30 days if they get surgery within 24 hours.
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Like many Canadians, Diana Fitzharris was reluctant to turn to hospice care, but near the end of her battle with ALS it gave her and loved ones a cha
A new study from the University of Toronto finds that packaged foods labelled with claims like "no added sugar" or "reduced in sugar" might have lowe
Helen Fox, 43, from Hertfordshire, accused her then-boyfriend of cheating when she noticed the abnormal vaginal growths. She has struggled to lose her vagina as she sees it as part of being a woman.
MANILA (Reuters) - A Philippine government panel on Tuesday recommended lifting the ban on open pit mining, a policy implemented this year by the previous environment minister and supported by Preside
Baby Mila has miraculously pulled through after she was born prematurely alongside her healthy twin brother Kai at the Monash Children's Hospital in Victoria.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has frozen requests to commercially release a locally developed genetically modified mustard, an environment ministry document released on Tuesday showed, amid stiff opposi
A new treatment destroys ovarian cancer using a beam of energy. Executive PA Terry Middlecott, 62, a grandmother from Surbiton, Surrey, was one of the first to undergo it, as she tells PAT HAGAN.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will resume the suspended construction of two new nuclear reactors from midnight, its energy ministry said on Tuesday, but has torn up plans to build six more reactors as
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday climate indicators were near the levels associated with a La Nina weather event and pegged the chance of the weather pattern
A 79-year-old man died shortly after being declared fit for discharge at Prince Philip Hospital.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. federal government should adopt a strategy to manage climate change risks, as their cost to the government may rise as much as $35 billion per year by mid-century, a co
Diane Brookes, from Stoke-on-Trent used to lose two-and-a-half days every week to crippling migraines. The throbbing pain and violent sickness dominated her life.
Her habit of holding up her cake tins to listen to her bakes earned Val Stones the nickname ‘cake whisperer’ in The Great British Bake Off 2016.
Too many older adults are not sleeping well and they’re taking too many prescription and over-the-counter drugs to remedy the problem. But scientists at the University of Michigan contend that non-m
More than half of respondents to the National Poll on Healthy Aging report they sleep poorly. But they aren't telling their doctors because they don't think of sleep as a health issue and think it's a
(Reuters) - Iowa on Monday withdrew a request to waive some Obamacare rules to help shore up its struggling healthcare insurance market, marking a setback in efforts by Republican-governed states to s
Ollie Towler-Jones was used to the occasional hangover — so when he woke up with a crashing headache and nausea after a late night at a music festival in Suffolk, he tried to sleep it off.
Taking statins increases the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a third, researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York have found.
Spelling and postcode mistakes have triggered thousands of wrongly issued fines, a watchdog says.
Statins are being doled out in their thousands to people who do not need them, a study from researchers at Birmingham University suggests.

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