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Fitness / 22.01.2019

[ad_1] ASK DR ELLIE: My nine-year-old daughter still wets the bed, will she ever overcome it?By Dr Ellie Cannon for The Mail on Sunday Published: 17:01 EST, 19 January 2019 | Updated: 17:01 EST, 19 January 2019 My nine-year-old daughter wets the bed. She has no problems during the day and has her last drink at 6.30pm, before bed at 8pm. We’ve seen a specialist twice and she has tried medication, but it...

Fitness / 22.01.2019

[ad_1] A ‘shock absorber’ for the knees is giving people who are immobilised by arthritis their lives back – without the need for a joint replacement.The experimental implant, which is surgically attached to the bones above and below the knee joint, works like the suspension in a car and takes the equivalent of up to two stones of pressure off struggling knees.This soothes pain and increases mobility, and manufacturers hope it will help the growing number of middle-aged but sporty people whose active lifestyles have put their knees...

Fitness / 22.01.2019

[ad_1] HEALTH NOTES: Headset tweaks brain nerve to help struggling dietersBy Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 17:03 EST, 19 January 2019 | Updated: 17:16 EST, 19 January 2019 A plastic headset that zaps a nerve behind the ear could help struggling dieters lose weight.The gadget, called Modius, works by stimulating the vestibular nerve, which normally controls hearing and balance.Some studies suggest zapping this nerve also tricks a part of the brain called the...