• Parents with opioids put kids at twice the risk of suicide attempts By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    PARENTS WITH OPIOIDS PUT KIDS AT TWICE THE RISK OF SUICIDE ATTEMPTS

    The opioid and teen suicide epidemics may be linked, according to new University of Chicago Medical Center research that found that...

    Drugs
  • Louder for the people in the back: Stop 'kissing and snuggling' chickens, CDC warns By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK: STOP 'KISSING AND SNUGGLING' CHICKENS, CDC WARNS

    Since January, a salmonella outbreak has been sweeping across the US, sickening 52 people across 21 states. In interviews, 23 people...

  • Woman, 51, with 34GG breasts claims tight-fitting underwire bras left her with hole in her chest By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    WOMAN, 51, WITH 34GG BREASTS CLAIMS TIGHT-FITTING UNDERWIRE BRAS LEFT HER WITH HOLE IN HER CHEST

    Lynne McConnell, from Glasgow, felt a painful lump forming in the middle of her chest last June. It developed into a huge cyst that...

    Breasts, Breast
  • Men in Switzerland have among the lowest sperm counts in Europe By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    MEN IN SWITZERLAND HAVE AMONG THE LOWEST SPERM COUNTS IN EUROPE

    Researchers from the University of Geneva tested sperm samples from more than 2,500 men to find only 38 per cent of them had sperm...

  • Mother-of-two, 33, makes final plea before losing her battle with bowel cancer  By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    MOTHER-OF-TWO, 33, MAKES FINAL PLEA BEFORE LOSING HER BATTLE WITH BOWEL CANCER 

    Single mother Tanya Davies, 32, from Newcastle, died last Thursday, leaving her two sons Ben, 14, and Jack, eight, in the care of family....

    Cancer
  • Costa Coffee forced to recall new chicken and bacon pasta salad By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    COSTA COFFEE FORCED TO RECALL NEW CHICKEN AND BACON PASTA SALAD

    The £3.99 salad, launched in UK stores this month as part of the chain's new summer menu, poses a deadly risk to those allergic to...

  • Junk food should be banned from hospital shops, experts warn By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    JUNK FOOD SHOULD BE BANNED FROM HOSPITAL SHOPS, EXPERTS WARN

    Researchers from the University of Aberdeen visited all the hospitals in a major UK city and took note of the types of food and drink...

    Hospital, Food
  • Charity accuses celebrity mothers of promoting unsafe baby sleep By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    CHARITY ACCUSES CELEBRITY MOTHERS OF PROMOTING UNSAFE BABY SLEEP

    British charity The Lullaby Trust has said influential mothers need to be careful what they post to their millions of followers because...

    Sleep, Baby
  • Heartbreaking moment mother wheels her brain dead baby daughter to donate her organs By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    HEARTBREAKING MOMENT MOTHER WHEELS HER BRAIN DEAD BABY DAUGHTER TO DONATE HER ORGANS

    Coralynn Sobolik, of Iowa, who was 22 months old, was taken into surgery on April 29. Staff lined the hospital singing Amazing Grace...

    Brain, Hospital, Baby
  • Girl, nine, with severe eczema saves her skin with chemotherapy drug By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    GIRL, NINE, WITH SEVERE ECZEMA SAVES HER SKIN WITH CHEMOTHERAPY DRUG

    Honor Stanmore was kept awake all night 'scratching until she bled' due to the chronic skin condition. But her skin has cleared up...

    Drugs, Eczema, Hospital, Skin
  • Britain risks a 'big mistake' on cannabis, warns NHS chief By Daily Mail   -   May 22, 2019

    BRITAIN RISKS A 'BIG MISTAKE' ON CANNABIS, WARNS NHS CHIEF

    The warning from Simon Stevens - in a speech to 300 doctors - comes six months after the UK Government legalised medicinal cannabis.

  • Medics are failing to spot sepsis in children due to inadequate screening By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    MEDICS ARE FAILING TO SPOT SEPSIS IN CHILDREN DUE TO INADEQUATE SCREENING

    NHS data shows there were 26,725 cases of sepsis in children under five in 2015 in England. Charities say between 1,000 and 4,000 under-fives...

  • Dementia app which uses how-to videos wins £100,000 in funding By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    DEMENTIA APP WHICH USES HOW-TO VIDEOS WINS £100,000 IN FUNDING

    Alzheimer's Society has awarded £100,000 each to the 'How do I?' app and Juice Drops. The charity said the ideas could help up to 120,000...

    Drop, Alzheimer
  • Heart-warming moment a nurse snuggled a five-year-old boy recovering from tonsil surgery By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    HEART-WARMING MOMENT A NURSE SNUGGLED A FIVE-YEAR-OLD BOY RECOVERING FROM TONSIL SURGERY

    Slade Thompson, five, of Renovo, Pennsylvania, woke up from tonsil removal surgery in April crying for his mother. He asked one of...

  • 2,000 pounds of hot dogs pulled over metal pieces and granola contained bits of rock, glass, plastic By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    2,000 POUNDS OF HOT DOGS PULLED OVER METAL PIECES AND GRANOLA CONTAINED BITS OF ROCK, GLASS, PLASTIC

    Purely Elizabeth and Vienna Beef both issued recalls in the last week. Both incidences, thought to stem from manufacturing issues,...

    Food
  • Scans reveal how pollution may alter anxious children's brain chemicals By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    SCANS REVEAL HOW POLLUTION MAY ALTER ANXIOUS CHILDREN'S BRAIN CHEMICALS

    Over 90 percent of the world's children live in highly-polluted areas, and University of Cincinnati brain scans revealed that those...

    Pollution, Brain
  • Arizona woman born without arms learned to fly plane with just her FEET and became licensed pilot By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    ARIZONA WOMAN BORN WITHOUT ARMS LEARNED TO FLY PLANE WITH JUST HER FEET AND BECAME LICENSED PILOT

    Jessica Cox, 36, from Phoenix, Arizona, became certified in 2008 by the Federal Aviation Administration in October 2008 to fly a light...

    Arm
  • ABC correspondent opens up about suicidal thoughts and family suicides By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    ABC CORRESPONDENT OPENS UP ABOUT SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AND FAMILY SUICIDES

    James Longman, 32, is a successful journalist whose work takes him to dangerous corners of the world. But on the Life After Suicide...

  • Brain-training game could make pensioners better drivers By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    BRAIN-TRAINING GAME COULD MAKE PENSIONERS BETTER DRIVERS

    A study by Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, found older people who played a game that tested their reaction times while 'driving'...

    Brain
  • Scientists are recruiting women for marijuana in pregnancy study By Daily Mail   -   May 21, 2019

    SCIENTISTS ARE RECRUITING WOMEN FOR MARIJUANA IN PREGNANCY STUDY

    The 'Moms + Marijuana' project at the University of Washington School of Medicine is the latest in a string of studies racing to deliver...

    Pregnancy, Mom