The Super 8 Halal Vitamins for Seniors

As we age, we begin to experience several changes in our body, some positive and some , negative. One negative factor is that our body starts to require less calories but more nutrients. Absorbing nutrients from food becomes difficult and our bodies become increasingly in need of vitamins and miner
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Emotionally numb

For people living with depersonalisation disorder the world appears unreal, as if through a haze or fog - or even in 2D. One in 100 people is thought to have the condition, but experts are warning it is not included in any GP training."Relationships you know you value deeply lose their essential qua
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Doctors warn of rare but serious liposuction complication

Doctors are highlighting a rare but serious complication of liposuction, which can lead to fat globules entering the lungs.They reported on the case of a 45-year-old woman who developed respiratory failure after fat was sucked out of her lower legs and knees.She recovered from the life-threatening c
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‘Ban tackling in school rugby’ for safety, experts demand

The UK's chief medical officers (CMOs) are being urged to protect children from the risks of rugby injuries by removing contact from the school game.Prof Allyson Pollock, from Newcastle University, is presenting new evidence that banning tackling would reduce concussion, head and neck injuries.A spo
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Warwick medical students face re-sit after exam paper blunder

Medical students face re-sitting an exam because half the questions were on a past paper posted on social media.The University of Warwick trainee doctors alerted authorities that nine of the 18 questions in their graduate entry exam appeared in the 2015 paper.They have been told they will re-sit the
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Bath Spa University ‘blocks transgender research’

A therapist says he is "astonished" by a university's decision to stop him studying people who decide to reverse gender reassignment operations.James Caspian wanted to write a thesis on "detransition" as part of his master's degree in counselling and psychotherapy at Bath Spa University.He said it w
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Former ‘heaviest woman’ Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty dies

An Egyptian woman once believed to be the world's heaviest has died in the United Arab Emirates.Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty had travelled to India earlier this year for bariatric weight loss surgery.Local media reported that she had lost more than 300kg (660lb) of her 500kg but had died from complications
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£1.4m mental health project to help school pupils

Pupils who are showing early signs of anxiety, depression or self-harm will be able to receive specialist help at school.A pilot scheme is being launched in Wales where NHS staff will be on hand to give better mental health support.They can help spot problems early and ensure a child has the right c
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Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes ‘cut herself daily’

Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes has spoken of how she self-harmed as she struggled to overcome injuries she thought would end her career.Dame Kelly, who lives in Kent, won gold in the 800m and 1,500m competitions in Athens in 2004.She said just a year earlier she was "cutting" herself regularly "
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Abortion should not be a crime, says doctors’ body

Abortions should be treated as a medical issue and not a crime, the UK's leading pregnancy doctors say.Currently in England, Wales and Scotland it is illegal to have a termination without approval from two doctors and could mean a prison term.Abortions should be regulated in line with other procedur
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