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The unidentified three-year-old, from China, was treated at the Central Hospital of Shenyang Medical College, in the north-eastern province of Liaoning.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Jane, 53, from Gloucester, hadn't seen her mother in three years when she featured on a Channel 5 documentary about the morbidly obese. Jane sadly passed away since filming ended.
Posted: 23-05-2019
George Hobbs, of Kent, had a fall in August 2018 and later saw a growth from the wound. The grandfather is furious he had to visit his GP three times before being referred to specialists.
Posted: 23-05-2019
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority has accused pharmaceutical firms Alliance, Focus, Lexon and Medreich of breaking competition law by setting up a controlled supply of a medicine.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Before being struck down by ME, Jennifer Chittick, from Glasgow, was out-going, hard-working and excited about her future as a primary school teacher. Now, the 31-year-old is completely bed-bound.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Researchers analysed data from all CPR attempts made by emergency services in one part of the Netherlands between 2006 and 2012.
Posted: 23-05-2019
The unnamed man, believed to be from Greece, was visiting the casino every day. Other impulsive behaviours linked to medication include shopping and sex.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Mites known as Demodex folliculorum, live near hair follicles, including the invisible hair on nipples and faces. They are related to the spider family and measure a third of a millimeter.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Data on stroke events and deaths between 2001 and 2010 were analysed. Oxford scientists said the findings suggest prevention efforts are failing those under 55.
Posted: 23-05-2019
As many as 10million people in rural Britain live in 'healthcare deserts'. They struggle to get access to GP appointments, community hospitals and nursing homes.
Posted: 23-05-2019
A molecule found in red wine could be used to treat high blood pressure. Resveratrol, made in the skin of grapes could be used after scientists at King's College found out how it works.
Posted: 23-05-2019
A new report from the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics has found that heart disease deaths decreased by 22 percent from 1999 to 2011, and then rose four percent from 2011 to 2017.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Doctors at University College London found vapers were 95 per cent more likely to be successful than those not using the gadgets in their attempts to kick the habit.
Posted: 23-05-2019
Newsreader Jane Hill, 49, has revealed that she has been treated for breast cancer. Jane, who lives in north London, returned to BBC1’s News at One for the first time since November today.
Posted: 23-05-2019
An investigation by Which? found four smoke alarms listed on the shopping sites failed to sound in every house fire test. The devices were all unbranded and made in China.
Posted: 22-05-2019
Scientists in London say those in higher education tend to be healthier, with lower BMI, blood pressure and likelihood of smoking protecting them from cardiovascular disease.
Posted: 22-05-2019
Researchers in Taipei found that about 0.7 percent of people with bipolar disorder develop Parkinson's - compared to just 0.1 percent of people without the mood disorder, according to a new study.
Posted: 22-05-2019
A study, led by the USC Marshall School of Business, found women performed better on math and verbal tests when room temperature was warmer, but men did better with cooler temperatures.
Posted: 22-05-2019
British charity The Lullaby Trust has said influential mothers need to be careful what they post to their millions of followers because they may be promoting unsafe sleeping practices for babies.
Posted: 22-05-2019
The processed foods of the Western diet can cause weight gain and new Tufts University research breaks down what foods are linked to which cancers, finding the low grain intake is highest risk.
Posted: 22-05-2019