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Bowel cancer symptoms: The consistency of your poo ‘is one of the most common signs’

One of the most common – and early – signs of bowel cancer is the change in bowel habits. “Looser”…

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‘Kicking You When You’re Down’: Many Cancer Patients Pay Dearly for Parking

Rebecca J. Ritzel For cancer patients, the road from diagnosis to survivorship feels like a never-ending parade of medical appointments:…

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How plankton hold secrets to preventing pandemics

IMAGE: A zooplankton (Daphnia dentifera) infected by the fungal parasite Metschnikowia bicuspidate. The microscopic fungal spores filling the body as visible…

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Walensky cites ‘evolving data,’ denies ‘pressure’ for sudden change in mask policy

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky insists that new coronavirus guidance on mask-wearing is solely based…

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How to live longer: Coffee linked to lower risk of serious diseases boosting longevity

Coffee is reported to be “one of the most widely consumed beverages worldwide” with many unable to contemplate a morning…

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New Zealand to upgrade IT systems for breast and cervical cancer screening programmes

The government of New Zealand last week announced its plan to upgrade the technologies behind its screening programmes for breast and cervical…

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Testicular cancer: Five main symptoms of the disease not to ignore according to new study

A new study, commissioned by health experts at Livi, the online GP service, has found that surprising numbers of men…

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Australian woman wakes up with Irish accent after throat surgery

Luck of the Aussie? An Australian woman has gone viral on TikTok after claiming that she woke up with an…

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Simple surgery prevents strokes in heart patients

IMAGE: Richard Whitlock, professor of surgery at McMaster University, performing heart surgery view more  Credit: Hamilton Health Sciences Hamilton, ON (May…

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Rutgers reports first instance of COVID-19 triggering recurrent blood clots in arms

Researchers at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School are reporting the first instance of COVID-19 triggering a rare recurrence of…

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