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Sugar Tax is targeted at the poor, campaigners Taxpayers' Alliance claims

International Business Times UK - ‎13 hours ago‎
The sugar tax will "hit poorest families hardest", campaigners claim. The Taxpayers' Alliance, who are working to axe the levy, say that the controversial sugar tax will place a burden on the poor, by charging taxes on fizzy drinks, which are consumed ...
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Six month wait for help for some West Midland children with mental health issues

Birmingham Mail - ‎May 29, 2016‎
Some children in the West Midlands have had to wait for more than six months to see specialists after being referred for mental health support, according to a disturbing report.
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Mother has naturally born identical triplets beating astronomical odds

Daily Star - ‎11 hours ago‎
Mum Becki-Jo was nine weeks pregnant when she found out she was expecting not one, but three bundles of joy. Mum and babies LIVERPOOL ECHO.
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8 healthy fats you should consume

India Today - ‎May 29, 2016‎
The jury is still out but there are enough indications to support the notion that when consumed in moderation, fat is not bad. Lipla Negi /Mail Today | Posted by Mandwi Singh.
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Viagra breakthrough to 'transform' sex lives

New Zealand Herald - ‎5 hours ago‎
In a scientific breakthrough, researchers have developed a way to shrink the drug used to make Viagra, sildenafil citrate. Photo / Getty.
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Diabetes: Children 'not getting recommended checks'

BBC News - ‎2 hours ago‎
Almost 75% of older children in England and Wales with diabetes are not getting key health checks, a study suggests. Data from 27,682 children and young people showed 25.4% of 12-year-olds have the seven recommended annual health checks, such as ...
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Noise generated in intensive care units 'breaks WHO guidelines' - ‎19 hours ago‎
Tests showed noise levels as high as 101.1 decibels - equivalent to the sound of a pneumatic drill - were recorded in a hospital ICU.
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Hospice given "outstanding" rating by inspectors

The Argus - ‎1 hour ago‎
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated St Barnabas House Hospice outstanding following a visit earlier this year. The hospice in Titnore Lane, Worthing, is among only one per cent of adult social care services in the country to be awarded this standard.
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Glaxosmithkline to provide unique child gene therapy

Daily Mail - ‎53 minutes ago‎
The world's first gene therapy treatment for children to be given regulatory approval has been authorised for sale by a British firm.
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Toddler diagnosed with early puberty

New Zealand Herald - ‎2 hours ago‎
A toddler from India who was found to have the testosterone level of a 25-year-old has been diagnosed with a rare hormonal condition.
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The many faces of dementia

The Australian Women's Weekly - ‎2 hours ago‎
As the population ages, the incidence of dementia is rising at an alarming rate, but it's not one single disease and some forms can be reversed, says Professor Kerryn Phelps.
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Premature babies more at risk of brittle bones in later life, claims study - ‎May 29, 2016‎
Premature babies or those born small are more at risk of brittle bones in later life. During the last weeks of pregnancy, the mother transfers calcium to the growing foetus to boost bone development.

Are we nearing a cure for cancer? Holy grail is 'closer than ever', oncologist claims

Daily Mail - ‎13 hours ago‎
A cure for cancer is nearer than it has ever been, a leading oncologist has claimed. Dr Rebecca Kristeleit, of University College London Hospital, said advances in a revolutionary treatment called immunotherapy were now occurring at a rapid rate.
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Marrying for brains may actually make you smarter

New York Post - ‎May 29, 2016‎
George Clooney might have boosted his IQ simply by marrying Amal Clooney, according to leading psychologist James Flynn. Photo: Getty Images.