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Weekly obesity jab halves the risk of diabetes and can spark sufficient weight loss

[ad_1] Weekly obesity jab halves the risk of diabetes and can spark sufficient weight loss to treat range of issues, research suggests Overweight and obese participants saw odds of developing type 2 diabetes half  Patients will be able to self-inject with semaglutide which supresses appetite  The drug has been approved for use in England after […]

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Scandal of patients killed by a dementia drug while on a clinical trial

[ad_1] Drugs once hailed as the holy grail of dementia treatment put patients at high risk of life-threatening side effects while having ‘no clinical benefits’, leading scientists warn. Alzheimer’s experts are now calling for an immediate halt to any further trials into the drugs, which they say may even pose a danger to sufferers. The […]

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Painful sex, no sleep and brain fog… the cruel toll on women who cannot get their HRT

[ad_1] Thousands of British women are enduring insomnia, painful sex and life-ruining mental health symptoms because of the ongoing shortages of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), campaigners have warned. Problems first emerged in April when pharmacy regulators instructed chemists to restrict sales of HRT gels containing the female sex hormone oestrogen. This move allowed pharmacists to offer […]

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HEALTH NOTES: Sticky tape eczema test for newborns

[ad_1] HEALTH NOTES: Sticky tape eczema test for newborns gives medics an early warning about the painful skin disease By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 17:01 EDT, 10 September 2022 | Updated: 17:01 EDT, 10 September 2022 Scientists have developed a simple test using sticky tape that can predict whether newborns will go on to […]

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The gap between rural and urban deaths from diabetes TRIPLED from 1999 to 2019

[ad_1] America’s rural-urban divide in diabetes deaths has tripled over the last two decades, a study revealed today — amid mounting hospital closures and less access to expertise in rural areas. Research led by Keele University in Newcastle, England, looked at more than 6.5million diabetes-related deaths between 1999 and 2019. They found that while the […]

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Starbucks’ iconic pumpkin spice latte has MORE calories and sugar than Dunkin’s drink

[ad_1] Two popular fall drinks have returned to the menu as both Starbucks and Dunkin’ both announced the return of their pumpkin spice lattes in recent weeks. While both may be a great fall treat, they are loaded with sugar, sodium and calories that your nutritionist would tell you to avoid. The Dunkin’ small sized […]

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DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: How you can help tackle depression and anxiety WITHOUT the need for medication 

[ad_1] The Age of Anxiety was a term coined in the 1940s to describe the fraught and changed world after the war, but now with Russia’s attack on Ukraine, energy bills soaring and so much economic uncertainty, it feels like an apt description of our current turbulent times. The trouble is, although mental health problems […]

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Woman, 29, diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer SIX MONTHS after an ultrasound showed she was fine

[ad_1] A woman who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer just six months after a lump on her right breast was given the all clear says doctors refusing her a mammogram led to the wrong diagnosis. Kristine Stone was 29 years old when she first noticed the lump, according to Insider. She was initially […]

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Winter blues are real! Less daylight, fewer social events really DO make people more depressed

[ad_1] As the sunlight recedes, social gatherings start to wind down, and peak travel season comes to an end, Americans may feel depressive symptoms in the coming months. Experts tell DailyMail.com that the transition period from summer into fall and winter can be rough for some, causing a phenomena some describe as the winter blues. […]

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Lockdown lovers jump on Queen’s death with ‘unethical’ claims long Covid killed her majesty

[ad_1] Tasteless claims peddled by Covid-restriction enthusiasts that the virus’s after-effects killed the Queen sparked outrage today. Voices critical of No10’s response to the pandemic jumped on Her Majesty’s passing, insisting the beloved 96-year-old would ‘definitely’ have lived longer had she not got infected in February. An NHS medic even backed the theory, which is […]

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