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Hair loss: Could your morning cuppa be to blame? A doctor’s verdict

Speaking to The Sun, GP Dr Sara Kayat explained that black tea can prevent the body absorbing iron due to…

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Self-harm and suicide crisis of the teenagers turned down by CAMHS for support

CAMHS is turning down 50% of applicants (Image: PA Images) The nation has faced an explosion of post-pandemic depression and…

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Hay fever warning: The daily drink that could almost double your risk of symptoms – study

A potential link between alcohol and hay fever has been considered for some time, as many drinks contain histamine. This…

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Mitch’s law campaigns to help teens battling with suicidal thoughts as CAMHS fail

College lecturer Robert Collins believes the service failed his son Mitch, who in 2019 took his life aged 16 after…

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Fatty liver disease: The simple lifestyle change researchers say can stave off condition

Compared to the monkeypox outbreak and coronavirus pandemic, the numbers are small, but for how many cases there are on…

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‘I felt almost broken’ Dame Laura Kenny opens up on her two traumatic miscarriages

Dame Laura has opened up about her miscarriages (Image: ) But the 30-year-old, Britain’s most decorated female Olympic athlete, said…

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Period poverty is worst in Brighton and Hove – as nearly half can’t afford sanitary items

And those in Cambridge and York (32 percent respectively) also admit there are some months when they struggle. Overall, a…

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A ‘sucker punch’: Some women fear setback to hard-won rights

At 88, Gloria Steinem has long been the nation’s most visible feminist and advocate for women’s rights. But at 22,…

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Man told ‘it’s all good’ by doctors had ‘incurable’ cancer missed – ‘an emotional turning

Having discovered his passion for winemaking back in 2007 Bob soon started to make his own entirely, with dreams to…

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High blood pressure: The four foods exposed to ‘forever’ chemicals through their packaging

The scientists concluded their study with the statement: “Several PFAS showed positive associations with the incidence of hypertension.” Ieva Kubiliute,…

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