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Fitness / 24.01.2019

[ad_1] An Arkansas woman who went to Mexico for bariatric surgery came back with a deadly, antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria.Tamika Capone, from Jonesboro, said her doctor encouraged her to have the procedure to get her weight and blood pressure under control.After a drunk driver hit her in 2011, she had to have 30 surgeries on her legs and said her lack of mobility caused her weight to rise. Because her husband's insurance wouldn't cover the $17,500 operation, she decided to instead pay $4,000 to have it done at Grand View...

Fitness / 23.01.2019

[ad_1] Deep fried fish, chips and chicken increase women's early death risk by 13%, study findsDaily serving of fried food increases symptoms that lead to early death, a study foundResearchers at the University of Iowa studied 106,966 women for 18 yearsThey found heart-related deaths were particularly common among fried food loversDeep fried chicken was linked to a 13% higher risk of early death from any causeDeep fried fish increased the early death risk of any cause...

Fitness / 23.01.2019

[ad_1] Doctors should stop using the word cancer: Low-risk tumours should be renamed 'indolent' because the c-word traumatises patients, leading expert saysCancer diagnosis covers tumours with a 5% chance of spreading in 20 yearsAnd growths that could take over a patient's entire body in just 12 monthsAnother doctor warns downplaying cancer runs the risk of under-treating By Alexandra Thompson Senior Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 18:30 EST, 23 January 2019 | Updated: 18:40...