• Woman, 23, battled sepsis TWICE in six months and claims doctors wrongly sent her home By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    WOMAN, 23, BATTLED SEPSIS TWICE IN SIX MONTHS AND CLAIMS DOCTORS WRONGLY SENT HER HOME

    Jessica Tuffield, from Kent, was rushed to Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford in March 2016 with suspected sepsis. She said she was...

    Hospital
  • 'Stay clear of the dust': Moon walker warns humans could be allergic to lunar particles  By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    'STAY CLEAR OF THE DUST': MOON WALKER WARNS HUMANS COULD BE ALLERGIC TO LUNAR PARTICLES 

    Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt, 83, told a congregation at the Starmus space festival in Zurich that when he removed his protective gear and...

  • Doctors' union doesn't take sexual harassment seriously, members say By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    DOCTORS' UNION DOESN'T TAKE SEXUAL HARASSMENT SERIOUSLY, MEMBERS SAY

    The British Medical Association's members feel 'actively discouraged' from complaining about sexism, they said amid an investigation...

  • Mother-of-two was left DEAF by her pregnancies By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    MOTHER-OF-TWO WAS LEFT DEAF BY HER PREGNANCIES

    Kate Llewellyn-Waters, from London, was diagnosed with otosclerosis, which causes the three tiny bones inside the ear to fuse together...

    Pregnancy
  • Junior doctors end five-year NHS pay row by accepting a new contract By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    JUNIOR DOCTORS END FIVE-YEAR NHS PAY ROW BY ACCEPTING A NEW CONTRACT

    Junior doctors will receive an 8.2 per cent pay rise over the next four years and increased weekend and overnight pay thanks to a £90million...

  • HPV vaccine programme in schools 'could wipe out cervical cancer for good' By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    HPV VACCINE PROGRAMME IN SCHOOLS 'COULD WIPE OUT CERVICAL CANCER FOR GOOD'

    A study of screening programmes in 14 countries found levels of the two strands of HPV mainly responsible for the cancer fell 83% in...

    Vaccination, Cancer
  • Smokers who switch to e-cigarettes could save up to £780 each year By Daily Mail   -   Jun 27, 2019

    SMOKERS WHO SWITCH TO E-CIGARETTES COULD SAVE UP TO £780 EACH YEAR

    Scientists at University College London looked at survey data from 859 people who smoked or vaped and found using e-cigarettes cost...

  • Glastonbury 2019: Festivalgoers advised not to use laughing gas By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    GLASTONBURY 2019: FESTIVALGOERS ADVISED NOT TO USE LAUGHING GAS

    England's Royal College of Nursing has warned people to avoid nitrous oxide, known as nos, at Glastonbury Festival this week because...

  • Paediatricians call for sugar limits on baby food By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    PAEDIATRICIANS CALL FOR SUGAR LIMITS ON BABY FOOD

    The UK's Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has called for the Government to impose a limit on the amounts of free sugars...

    Food, Child, Baby
  • It's not racist to charge health tourists. It's the only way our NHS can survive By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    IT'S NOT RACIST TO CHARGE HEALTH TOURISTS. IT'S THE ONLY WAY OUR NHS CAN SURVIVE

    This week, at the annual conference of the British Medical Association , doctors voted overwhelmingly to stop charging foreign patients...

  • Taking up exercise in middle age slashes your risk of an early death By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    TAKING UP EXERCISE IN MIDDLE AGE SLASHES YOUR RISK OF AN EARLY DEATH

    Researchers from the University of Cambridge followed 14,599 men and women aged 40-79. For those who were inactive previously, the...

  • Morning larks 'are less at risk of breast cancer' By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    MORNING LARKS 'ARE LESS AT RISK OF BREAST CANCER'

    A study by the University of Bristol found those who prefer to get up bright and early are less likely to develop the disease than...

    Cancer, Breast, Breasts
  • Cystic fibrosis sufferer told she'd die by 10 gets new lungs at 28 By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    CYSTIC FIBROSIS SUFFERER TOLD SHE'D DIE BY 10 GETS NEW LUNGS AT 28

    Elizabeth Dolan, 28, was never expected to live past age 10 due to her incurable lung condition. On February 1, she got a double lung...

  • Former USC gynecologist George Tyndall arrested in connection with sexual assault of 16 patients By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    FORMER USC GYNECOLOGIST GEORGE TYNDALL ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT OF 16 PATIENTS

    The top doctor, 71, was taken into custody outside his L.A. apartment on Wednesday. No charges have formally been laid, and more information...

  • See the incredible moment one-year-old deaf girl hears her mom say 'I love you' for the first time By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    SEE THE INCREDIBLE MOMENT ONE-YEAR-OLD DEAF GIRL HEARS HER MOM SAY 'I LOVE YOU' FOR THE FIRST TIME

    A'Deja Rivers, 15 months, from Arcadia, Florida, was born deaf. She received cochlear implants at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital...

    Mom, Hospital
  • FDA warns two more kratom companies to stop selling unproven powder By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    FDA WARNS TWO MORE KRATOM COMPANIES TO STOP SELLING UNPROVEN POWDER

    Kratom, a powder made from a Southeast Asian plant and sold widely in the US, has been linked to 91 deaths, and contains opioid-like...

  • Girl, 12, is lucky to be alive after contracting 'flesh-eating' bacteria By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    GIRL, 12, IS LUCKY TO BE ALIVE AFTER CONTRACTING 'FLESH-EATING' BACTERIA

    Kylei Brown, of Indiana, was on vacation in Florida with her family when she started to feel pain in her calf. In the ER, they were...

  • 19-year-old recovering at home after a sore throat led to a brain tumor diagnosis  By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    19-YEAR-OLD RECOVERING AT HOME AFTER A SORE THROAT LED TO A BRAIN TUMOR DIAGNOSIS 

    Christina Giuffrida, 19, from Yonkers, New York, was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor that can leave some sufferers paralyzed, in...

    Tumors, Brain
  • Scientists discover a 'switchboard' for hunger in the brain By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    SCIENTISTS DISCOVER A 'SWITCHBOARD' FOR HUNGER IN THE BRAIN

    University of Arizona neuroscientists found that a portion of the brain's emotional processing center acts like a switchboard for appetite...

    Brain
  • Woman, 30, had part of her right leg amputated after infection from a broken foot spread to her bone By Daily Mail   -   Jun 26, 2019

    WOMAN, 30, HAD PART OF HER RIGHT LEG AMPUTATED AFTER INFECTION FROM A BROKEN FOOT SPREAD TO HER BONE

    Samantha Rideout, 30, from St John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, had her right leg amputated from her knee down in March after...

    Legs, Knees