Egypt, Algeria and South Africa estimated to be at highest risk of new coronavirus cases in Africa

Egypt, Algeria and South Africa estimated to be at highest risk of new coronavirus cases in Africa

Increased resources, surveillance, and capacity building should be urgently prioritised in African c...
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I'm Teaching My Daughter That It's OK to Be Anti-Valentine's Day

I'm Teaching My Daughter That It's OK to Be Anti-Valentine's Day

Dear Daughter, As everyone gets ready to celebrate...
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I was desperate to be a mother but PMDD forced me to have a hysterectomy at 30

I was desperate to be a mother but PMDD forced me to have a hysterectomy at 30

Alice Girling, 33, Bournemouth, is an educator for...
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Limited eating times could be a new way to fight obesity and diabetes

Limited eating times could be a new way to fight obesity and diabetes

People with obesity, high blood sugar, high blood ...
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These Lightweight Sneakers Might Be the Comfiest Running Shoes of All Time

These Lightweight Sneakers Might Be the Comfiest Running Shoes of All Time

For the longest time, I assumed that supportive, c...
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Why ageing should be classified as a disease

Why ageing should be classified as a disease

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, doctors and ...
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A key to the opioid crisis may be knowing why some brains are more easily addicted

A key to the opioid crisis may be knowing why some brains are more easily addicted

Today, more Americans die from overdoses than car ...
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Statins not associated with memory or cognition decline in elderly, may be protective in some patients

Statins not associated with memory or cognition decline in elderly, may be protective in some patients

Given consumer concern that statins may be associa...
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Can ‘smart toilets’ be the next health data wellspring?

Can ‘smart toilets’ be the next health data wellspring?

Wearable, smart technologies are transforming the ...
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Plague was around for millennia before epidemics took hold – and the way people lived might be what protected them

Plague was around for millennia before epidemics took hold – and the way people lived might be what protected them

One of civilization’s most prolific killers ...
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