• Trigger warnings are ‘not helpful’ for preventing distress, researchers claim
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    Trigger warnings are ‘not helpful’ for preventing distress, researchers claim

    Trigger warnings do little to prevent people from experiencing emotional distress, researchers have claimed. When a trigger warning appears on a piece of online content, it indicates that the subject matter may cause upset to some who view it. In October 2016, it was announced that universities in the UK would issue trigger warnings on lecture material in order to warn students of potentially “disturbing” topics.

  • Did You Know These Health Benefits Of Caviar?
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    Did You Know These Health Benefits Of Caviar?

    Caviar, which also goes by caviare, is a delicacy enjoyed globally. It is the salt-cured roe of the Acipenseridae family. Roe is a mass of small and delicate eggs of sturgeon (27 species of fish), which is extracted from stunned female

  • Record number of children living with parent in emotional distress
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    Record number of children living with parent in emotional distress

    A record number of children are living with a parent suffering from emotional distress, data has shown. According to new research conducted by Public Health England (PHE), 29 per cent of children in the UK are living with a parent who has exhibited symptoms of emotional distress. The data showed that mothers are more likely than fathers to report emotional distress, with more than a fifth of children in the UK living in a household with a mother struggling with the mental health issue.

  • Superdrug launches in-store consultations on how to check breasts for cancer symptoms
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    Superdrug launches in-store consultations on how to check breasts for cancer symptoms

    Superdrug has partnered with breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! to launch no touch consultations in its health clinics across the UK. As of Tuesday 19 March, patients who have a pre-booked nurses’ appointment in any one of the high street retailer's 56 in-store clinics will be able sit down with a trained nurse who will guide them through the process of checking their breasts for cancer symptoms. The launch comes after a survey of 2,000 people carried out on behalf of Superdrug revealed that 82 per cent of women feel uncomfortable discussing changes in their breasts.

  • All you need to know about osteoporosis prevention
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    All you need to know about osteoporosis prevention

    There are various elements that raise your odds for osteoporosis and which are unchangeable in nature, similar to your genetic structure, your age, and your gender. Be that as it may, doesn't mean you cannot prevent yourself from this bone disease. The things you do each day can be a piece of your arrangement to build strong bones.

  • Why snoozing your alarm could be damaging your health
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    Why snoozing your alarm could be damaging your health

    Is it time to start practising getting out of bed immediately?

  • Drinking lots of sugary drinks linked with increased risk of premature death, study suggests
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    Drinking lots of sugary drinks linked with increased risk of premature death, study suggests

    Frequent drinking of sugary drinks may lead to an increased risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. The research, published in the journal Circulation, found that those who consumed two or more servings per day of SSBs (equivalent to a standard glass, bottle or can) had a 31 per cent higher risk of early death from heart disease. Each additional serving of SSB was also associated with a ten per cent greater risk of the disease.

  • Cervical screening service in ‘meltdown’ after smear test campaign
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    Cervical screening service in ‘meltdown’ after smear test campaign

    The cervical screening service has been left in a "meltdown" following a recent campaign to increase awareness of smear tests, a health official has claimed. The coinciding of planned laboratory closures with a recent smear test initiative run by Public Health England (PHE) means women may have to wait months before receiving their cervical cancer screening results. Dozens of hospital screening laboratories in the UK are due to close this summer as part of a restructuring process.

  • Mike Thalassitis death: Love Island stars urge show to provide better mental health support
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    Mike Thalassitis death: Love Island stars urge show to provide better mental health support

    Love Island stars have urged the show to provide better mental health support for its contestants following the news of Mike Thalassitis's death. On Saturday, it was reported Thalassitis had been found dead at the age of 26. The reality television personality, who starred on Love Island in 2017 and Celebs Go Dating in 2018, had recently been caring full-time for his grandmother before her death at the age of 94.

  • Eye Floaters: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment
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    Eye Floaters: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

    Eye floaters are deposits or tiny specks that float into the field of vision. It is condensation in the vitreous humour - the material that fills the posterior part of your eyes. It appears like black or grey specks, strings, or

  • 5 ways you can make your home less toxic
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    5 ways you can make your home less toxic

    Believe it or not, your home and its corners can be as toxic as the outdoors (if not more!). Here are 5 simple ways you can decrease the toxicity inside your home.

  • Manohar Parrikar passes away after battling with pancreatic Cancer
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    Manohar Parrikar passes away after battling with pancreatic Cancer

    Goa CM and Former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was battling with Pancreatic Cancer for a year died at his private residence. Pancreatic Cancer begins in the tissues of your pancreas an organ in your abdomen that lies horizontally behind the lower part of your stomach.

  • Somogyi Effect – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment
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    Somogyi Effect – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

    The Somogyi effect, also known as the rebound effect, occurs in people who have diabetes. Although widely reported, this phenomenon continues to remain controversial as there is still very less scientific evidence for the theoretical reasoning of the Somogyi effect

  • How many eggs is too many? Cholesterol, link to heart disease analyzed in new study
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    How many eggs is too many? Cholesterol, link to heart disease analyzed in new study

    Eating an extra half-egg a day increased the risk of heart disease & premature death in subjects.

  • Woman in Texas gives birth to sextuplets in under 10 minutes
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    Woman in Texas gives birth to sextuplets in under 10 minutes

    A woman in Houston, Texas has given birth to sextuplets, beating the odds to make her one in 4.7 billion. Thelma Chiaka welcomed two sets of twin boys and one set of twin girls on Friday morning at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas. According to the hospital, each of the babies is in a stable condition and will continue to be supervised in the advanced neonatal intensive care unit.

  • Demi Lovato shares powerful message about relapse on Instagram
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    Demi Lovato shares powerful message about relapse on Instagram

    Demi Lovato has posted an impactful message about her relapse on Instagram, urging others to seek help if they’re suffering from substance addiction. In July 2018, it was reported Lovato had been hospitalised following a suspected drug overdose. On Friday, Lovato shared a series of posts on her Instagram story, revealing the date would have marked seven years of sobriety for her.

  • Alcohol endorsements from celebrities may put teenagers at ‘higher risk’ of alcohol abuse
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    Alcohol endorsements from celebrities may put teenagers at ‘higher risk’ of alcohol abuse

    Alcohol endorsements from celebrities including David Beckham, Mila Kunis and Ryan Reynolds may increase risk of alcohol abuse among teenagers, new research has claimed. Published in the British medical journal BMJ, the study investigated how awareness of alcohol marketing impacts the quantity of alcohol adolescents and young adults in the UK consume. For the study, which was carried out by researchers from the Institute of Social Marketing at the University of Stirling and from Cancer Research UK, the team assessed data garnered from 3,399 Brits aged between 11 to 19 who'd taken part in the 2017 Youth Alcohol Policy Survey.

  • Lena Dunham says she needs to be ‘cosy to survive’ living with chronic pain
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    Lena Dunham says she needs to be ‘cosy to survive’ living with chronic pain

    Lena Dunham has spoken about the importance of feeling cosy amid suffering from chronic pain. In 2018, Dunham revealed that she had undergone a total hysterectomy – a procedure that surgically removes the cervix and uterus - following years of suffering from chronic pain as a result of endometriosis. While her friends and family previously attributed her love of cosyness to her penchant for organisation and even her star sign, Dunham explains: “I am cosy because I have to be.

  • Fibromyalgia: What is the condition that Kirsty Young and Lena Dunham suffer from?
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    Fibromyalgia: What is the condition that Kirsty Young and Lena Dunham suffer from?

    Lena Dunham has penned an essay for The New York Times detailing how she manages her symptoms of fibromyalgia. The Girls creator revealed she suffers from the chronic pain condition in October 2018. Dunham's revelation came two months after former Desert Island Discs host Kirsty Young announced she was suffering from a form of fibromyalgia.