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Police taking calls on mental health issues every two minutes, watchdog warns

Police taking calls on mental health issues every two minutes, watchdog warns

A Government spokesperson said: " Police officers do an excellent job protecting those facing mental health problems, in often hard and distressing circumstances, and it is pleasing to see this repo...

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Scientist who claims he edited twins' genes apologises … for result being leaked

Scientist who claims he edited twins' genes apologises … for result being leaked

While the claim has yet to be independently confirmed, the goal of the research was to provide the children with an increased ability to resist potential future infections from HIV using an advanced...

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Safety regulations for medical implants condemned by review chair

Safety regulations for medical implants condemned by review chair

You don't have clinical trials for every medical device. "We know it takes nine years for a medicine ... to be brought to market", she said. It said: "The need to protect public health, whilst not s...

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It's OK to eat some romaine, look for regional labels

It's OK to eat some romaine, look for regional labels

Consumers will be able to know where the food is harvested and produced because the produce industry agreed to start putting harvest dates and regions on labels. "The task force will also examine info...

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Burnley Vs Newcastle Has Been Delayed After Incident In Tunnel

Burnley Vs Newcastle Has Been Delayed After Incident In Tunnel

The team from Tyneside have failed to win any of their six matches away from St James' Park so far this season and William Hill offer 17/10 (2.70 ) that Newcastle break that duck, whilst the draw is ...

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40 million with diabetes could be without insulin by 2030

40 million with diabetes could be without insulin by 2030

Type 2 Diabetes Causes And Symptoms Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. Using data from the International Diabetes Federation and 14 studies to get a picture of type 2 diabetes nu...

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says

Zimbabwe's Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says

Mr Mugabe was the world's oldest head of state before his dramatic exit. Mr Mnangagwa said Mr Mugabe was supposed to return to Zimbabwe on October 15 but was not feeling well. "But I have received a...

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Citing E. coli outbreak, U.S. officials say don't eat romaine

Citing E. coli outbreak, U.S. officials say don't eat romaine

The E. coli strain identified is different than the one linked to romaine in the spring, but is similar to last year's outbreak linked to leafy greens in the United States and to romaine lettuce ...

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Steady Stock Movements: Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA)

Steady Stock Movements: Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA)

Northern Trust Corp now owns 11,102,159 shares of the pharmacy operator's stock valued at $666,296,000 after acquiring an additional 208,235 shares during the last quarter. Wall Street analysts are pr...

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Million Diabetic Indians & a Shortage of Insulin by 2030

Million Diabetic Indians & a Shortage of Insulin by 2030

Climbing global rates of type 2 diabetes and growing numbers of people living with the disease continue to drive up demand and prices for insulin. The Guardian quoted Dr Sanjay Basu from Stanfor...

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Boston Scientific builds medical tech with $4.2 billion BTG deal

Boston Scientific builds medical tech with $4.2 billion BTG deal

The deal is Boston Scientific's ninth this year and far and away the biggest, according to a company spokeswoman. An afternoon recap of the day's most important business news, delivered weekdays. ...

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Biotech company develops peanut allergy drug

Biotech company develops peanut allergy drug

Currently, there are there are currently no approved treatments for those patients suffering from peanut allergies . But after taking tiny daily doses for a year, two-thirds could tolerate at l...

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Don't eat romaine lettuce: Health Canada

Don't eat romaine lettuce: Health Canada

Officials in both countries are collaborating to investigate an outbreak reported in Ontario, Quebec and several states in the US. According to PHAC, most symptoms end within five to 10 days, but you ...

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Anti-Vaccination Parents Reliant on False, Limited Information

Anti-Vaccination Parents Reliant on False, Limited Information

Cook said. But in a new national poll from the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in MI, one in three parents say they will skip getting the flu vaccine for their child this season. The top three reason...

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Outbreak of E.coli infections linked to romaine lettuce — CDC

Outbreak of E.coli infections linked to romaine lettuce — CDC

The CDC said consumers should throw it all away and clean the shelf or drawer where the lettuce was stored. Salad mixes with pieces of romaine should also be discarded . Public health investigators...

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Peanut allergy could be beaten by building up tolerance, study finds

The youngsters not normally able to tolerate exposure to even a tenth of a single peanut could eventually cope with two whole peanuts, the trial found. "Families live in fear of accidental exposure as...

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New treatment for peanut allergies shows 'life-saving' potential

The trial found that participants not normally able to tolerate exposure to even a tenth of a single peanut could eventually cope with two whole peanuts. "We had to constantly study food labels to ens...

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Sucking on your baby’s pacifier might make your child healthier, doctors say

Sucking on your baby’s pacifier might make your child healthier, doctors say

A surprising new study delved into why children form food allergies , and whether parents can do anything to prevent these annoying and sometimes deadly conditions. Parents who suck on their child'...

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Here's why we like the bitter taste of coffee

Here's why we like the bitter taste of coffee

Again, double-ups of these two genes tends to mean you're more likely to slurp down five or more cuppas a day. Dr Liang-Dar Hwang explains that culture may play a part in determining whether we are ...

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North Carolina man’s runny nose turns out to be leaking brain fluid

North Carolina man’s runny nose turns out to be leaking brain fluid

But a doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital in NY says it was instead a result of a cerebrospinal fluid leak, the news station reports. Other doctors had reportedly diagnosed Phillpotts with pneumonia and ...

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Trump to visit California as number of missing reaches 1000 amid wildfires

Trump to visit California as number of missing reaches 1000 amid wildfires

President Donald Trump . President Donald Trump is expected to visit the areas affected by the fire, although it's unclear where exactly he's heading. But Stacy Lazzarino, who voted for Mr Trump, s...

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How common and unsafe are antibiotic-resistant infections?

How common and unsafe are antibiotic-resistant infections?

Joseph Kim, IPAC's physician director, for CTV News. "The patient needs to know if you take antibiotics for the common cold then the next time you need antibiotics, they very may well not work or yo...

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Kansas natives lose home in California wildfire

Kansas natives lose home in California wildfire

A week after her family narrowly escaped as the Camp Fire closed in on the town of Paradise, Whitney Vaughan said she feels like giving up. Some of those still unaccounted for have likely survived...

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Number of missing doubles in Northern California's Camp Fire

Number of missing doubles in Northern California's Camp Fire

Remains of at least 71 people have been recovered so far in and around the Sierra foothills hamlet of Paradise, which was home to almost 27,000 residents before the town was largely incinerated by the...

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NHS staff shortages could triple in a decade, think tanks warn

NHS staff shortages could triple in a decade, think tanks warn

The staffing crisis in the NHS is deepening so fast that the service could be short of 350,000 key personnel by 2030, health experts have warned. "If the emerging trend of staff leaving the workfo...

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