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Coconut and Cardamom Sweet Potato Soup I love this recipe because it’s so simple to throw together yet tastes incredibly... The post What to Cook: Coconut & Cardamom Sweet Potato Soup appeared first on Image M…
02.20 / 15:05
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SEPSIS - or blood poisoning - is the action to an infection where the body attacks its own organs and tissues. Experts have revealed more people suffer with the condition each year than previously…
02.20 / 14:32
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TAKEWAY addict, Chelsea Pateman lost weight and saved money with this weight-loss…
02.20 / 13:33
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GEORDIE SHORE'S Vicky Pattison reveals the tricks behind her recent…
02.20 / 13:16
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Morrisons has issued a recall of pre-packed meat over fears it could cause meningitis.Scores of 150g ready-to-eat peppered beef strips are being recalled across Lincolnshire amid concerns the meat could cause people to develop flu-like symptoms because it is contaminated with listeria monocytogenesREAD MORE: Urgent recall - your sandwich may contain food a WEEK out of dateThe Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned that vulnerable people could be affected by the bug, which could cause…
02.20 / 13:08
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HPV is a virus which can cause cervical cancer in women, penile cancer in men and genital warts in both…
02.20 / 12:48
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FITTING a gastric band could give overweight diabetic people more control over their disease and lead to them needing fewer insulin jabs or pills, a new study…
02.20 / 12:34
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POOR liver health caused by eating too much fat, inflammation or scar tissue caused by drinking too much alcohol could be spotted by detailed MRI scans - and save the lives of…
02.20 / 11:04
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DRINKING plenty of water not only hydrates you, but can also help you reach your weight loss…
02.20 / 10:36
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CANCER could be tackled more effectively by putting patients into a torpor state similar to that of a hibernating bear, a leading scientist has…
02.20 / 10:22
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A MAN diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer after spotting blood in his semen said he had no other symptoms of the…
02.20 / 09:53
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By guest blogger JEF SMITH In the unlikely event of the queen’s ever asking me, “And what do you do?”, I will have a problem; I can’t bring myself to use the word “retired”. Retirement reeks of the now largely discredited disengagement theory, which argued that ageing was an inevitable, mutual withdrawal leading to decreasing interaction with others. That’s not at all how I feel. I used to make a joke of it by saying I was ‘re-tyred’, my engine refurbished, ready to fire on all cylinders, b…
02.20 / 09:13
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SHIGELLOSIS - a contagious bug - has spread through three schools in the UK - causing chronic diarrhoea or dysentery, nausea, fever and stomach cramps among those affected. While it does display symptoms similar to the winter vomiting bug - experts said diarrhoea is the most likely…
02.20 / 09:02
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HAVING a pint down the pub could have some serious health…
02.19 / 13:25
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Pancreatic Cancer UK has warned that pancreatic cancer will become the fourth most deadly cancer within the next decade, after lung, bowel, and prostate cancers. The charity went on to say that by 2026, 11,279 people are expected to die every year from the disease, a 28% rise on the 8,817 in 2014.The only current cure for pancreatic cancer is to have an operation to remove the tumour, however only 8% of those diagnosed are actually eligible for the surgery. This is due to a lack of…
02.19 / 07:24
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A terminally ill father-of-four has praised the 'angels' who are keeping him at home for his four-year-old son. Kevin Shelton, 62, was given just three to six months to live after being diagnosed with advanced oesophageal cancer before Christmas. After failed palliative chemotherapy, the married father-of-four from Anderby Creek near Skegness was referred to St Barnabas Hospice for specialist end of life care. READ MORE: Cancer-stricken Imps fan shocked by £2,500…
02.19 / 05:51
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