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Baby girl born at 23 weeks – weighing just 13 OUNCES – goes home healthy after 4 months Entitan Martins gave birth
Do you use e-cigarettes? You may be at greater risk of a STROKE: Exposure to vapors damages chemicals in the brain Researchers
Brain electric shocks may turn off anorexia: ‘Deep stimulation’ could rewire part of the organ that leads to the eating disorder Sending
Heroin deaths have QUADRUPLED in just 5 years, figures reveal – as San Diego declares growing crisis of babies born addicted to
Are ibuprofen and aspirin the cures for sepsis? Similar drugs found to prevent blood poisoning which kills thousands Sepsis is a life-threatening
Regular exercise in middle-age increases your chances of surviving a stroke, study finds During a stroke, tissue damage can be cut because
Would you have unwanted body fat injected into your PENIS? New trend sees men move excess inches into their manhood to make
How your brain could be KILLING you: Scientists discover it produces a sugar linked to heart disease and diabetes – and junk
How a vitamin found in BEER could be used to treat the painful side effects of chemotherapy It is known that chemotherapy
Toddlers who spend more than 8 hours in childcare become stressed because they miss their parents – but those who stay at
Revealed: How drug-resistant bacteria infect hospital wards through TAP WATER – before festering in the splatters around the sink Many patients who
Alex Goodwin, 9, was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma (bone cancer) in June He had been in agony since December 2015, couldn’t walk
“I told my brother that if his child is like me, it’s okay to abort,” said Pete, shocking me into next Tuesday.
Perhaps one of my biggest flaws (a laundry list that includes a tendency toward hedonism and also being disorganised) is that I am
I thought I had it made. I knew what lay ahead for us: marriage, children, a white picket fence.
When we met, I
January 21 – February 19
A traffic altercation or a row with a neighbour could easily get out of hand during
What do we owe the unloved dead?
A dignified farewell or a deeply felt “good riddance”? Tact or candour?
Leslie Ray Charping, a Texas man
My grandfather was the most optimistic man I’ve ever met. He was always looking towards the future and its possibilities. His motto in
I never met my grandmother Lilly Rona, but she was quite something. She was a famous Austrian sculptress and painter. She was very
I steeled myself for a world of worry when I presented my 12-year-old daughter with a phone for her birthday. She, on the
“Champagne and Tissues” they call it at our school – a post-drop-off refuge for parents seeking solace from the discombobulation of children starting
It’s not you, it’s the large volume of high-calibre applications we received.
It was the day after Valentine’s Day – although it
With the weekend’s new moon/solar eclipse an old cycle’s over. You know it. You can feel it. Time now to try out some exciting
Eight hundred thirty-two days.
Worth the wait.
My name is Tara Montgomery. I’m a single mother and an administrative secretary at a high
A new Australian study has revealed there is virtually no connection between what people want in a partner and the people they contact when
Apparently there is a brand new dating app, Hater Dating, which matches couples based on their mutual dislikes. Hmm. Might work. But, if
The morning I left my husband, I packed an overnight bag and took a taxi to a friend’s house. When I’d called her
I used to play games. I’d wait to text back. I’d pretend I was busier than I actually was. I made it seem