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Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Cancer is a deadly disease that’s caused by specific cells in the body reproducing uncontrollably, according to the NHS. These cancerous cells can destroy the healthy tissue surrounding them - including vital organs. More than a third of all people will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. You could be at risk of cancer if you have these common flu symptoms.Certain flu symptoms could actually be caused by cancer. For example, having a runny nose could actually be a sign of nasal cavity and sinus cancer.The...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Stomach bloating is a very common condition that tends to affect most people at some point in their lifetime. It can make the stomach feel stretched and puffy, and is generally uncomfortable, it said. Certain foods in your diet could be causing your stomach bloating, as well as eating too fast, or too much. You could be at risk of painful trapped wind if you regularly eat broccoli, it’s been claimed.Broccoli could be raising your chances of feeling bloated as they contain indigestible sugars, said physician Dr...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Eczema is a long-term condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked, according to the NHS. It most often appears in children before their first birthday, but could also develop in later life. Symptoms vary between small patches of dry skin, and large areas of red and inflammation skin all over the body. You could lower your risk of painful eczema symptoms by taking blackcurrant oil supplements, it’s been claimed.Blackcurrant oil is used to promote healthy growth of skin, hair and nails, said...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Vitamin B12 is used by the body to make red blood cells, according to the NHS. It’s also used to produce DNA, and to keep the nervous system healthy, it said. You could have a vitamin B12 deficiency if you’re constantly having headaches, lose your appetite, or if you’re always feeling tired. But you could also be at risk of a vitamin B12 deficiency if you find small, white spots on your skin.Developing white spots on your skin could be one of the earliest warning signs of a...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Victorian diseases may be on the rise in the UK, according to latest research. Hospital admissions for four key Victorian diseases have increased by more than 50 per cent over the past eight years, revealed the research by The Labour Party. Scarlet fever saw the highest rise in hospital admissions, from 429 in 2010/2011, to 1,321 in 2017/2018 - a 208 per cent rise in admissions. Whooping cough and malnutrition have increased by more than 50 per cent over the period. Gout has increased by 38 per cent.Scarlet...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] High blood pressure is a common condition that affects more than 25 per cent of all adults in the UK. The condition, which is also known as hypertension, raises the risk of some deadly complications, including heart attacks and strokes. It’s caused by putting extra stress on your blood vessels and vital organs - mainly by eating an unhealthy diet or by not doing enough exercise. But you could lower your risk of high blood pressure by eating more garlic, it’s been claimed.Garlic could help to lower...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] A woman born with a crooked back has gained two inches in height after a gruelling seven-hour operation.Lydia Platton, 23, originally from North Yorkshire, was diagnosed with a group of four spinal conditions, including scoliosis, in 2010 at the age of 15.Her self-confidence plummeted during her teenage years, due to her 'disgusting back', which caused 'fat rolls' on one side of her waist.After a failed spinal fusion surgery in 2015, Miss Platton, who now lives in Norway, was shocked to see her back continue to curve.This led to more...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Hospital pharmacies are more likely to get BURGLED if there is a no-deal Brexit, trust warns amid concerns about NHS drug shortagesLondon North West University Healthcare NHS Trust made the warningsIt is considering getting CCTV in hospital pharmacies in case of robberiesThere are fears international supply lines will be interrupted if there's no dealHospitals are agreeing to share 'vital' drugs if one of them runs out By Sam Blanchard Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 09:07...

Fitness / 02.02.2019

[ad_1] Professional athlete, 18, nearly bleeds to death after swallowing a TOOTHPICK which punctured his intestine and stayed there for three weeksThe anonymous man didn't remember swallowing the 7.5cm (3ins) toothpickIt perforated his large intestine and lodged in an artery for 20 daysWhen surgeons pulled it out it triggered 'life-threatening bleeding'The case report was published in the New England Journal of Medicine By Sam Blanchard Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 10:28 EST, 1 February 2019 |...