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Fitness / 30.01.2019

[ad_1] A quarter of a million expats may return the UK if there is a no deal Brexit - or face losing free healthcareBy Claire Ellicott for the Daily Mail Published: 05:43 EST, 30 January 2019 | Updated: 06:41 EST, 30 January 2019 Some 250,000 expats are expected to return to the UK in the event of No Deal as they will lose free health care.A so-called ‘Brexodus’ from the EU could increase...

Fitness / 30.01.2019

[ad_1] Using e-cigarettes, or vaping, doesn’t burn tobacco, and doesn’t produce a tar or carbon monoxide, said the NHS. Tar and carbon monoxide are the most dangerous components of smoking cigarettes. An e-cigarette works by hearing a liquid that contains nicotine and, possibly, a flavouring. But it’s now been revealed that vaping could still be raising your risk of some deadly conditions.E-cigarette users are 71 per cent more likely to have a stroke than someone that’s never vaped before, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s...

Fitness / 30.01.2019

[ad_1] A healthy nurse has been praised by hundreds of people online after she spent the day with a nasal gastric tube - just so she could better empathise with her patients.Dorcas Boamah, 27, often has to insert nasogastric (NG) tubes into her patients' noses, which go down the back of their throats and into their stomachs.Patients often find this daunting and ask Ms Boamah what it is like - with her being unable to give them an honest answer. Determined to be more truthful with her patients, Ms Boamah...