Coronavirus has been sweeping across Asia including countries like Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and the United States and has now killed 17 people. Researchers have predicted up to 10,000 patients in Wuhan, China may have the virus and its been reported that transport networks in the city have been closed, ordering citizens not
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Coronavirus is becoming of increasing concern around the world after the virus was first reported in Wuhan, China. Chinese officials have said at least 26 people have died from coronavirus, all in Hubei Province of which Wuhan is the capital. READ MORE Coronavirus cover-up: Mystery over deleted social media posts . Beyond China, other places
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Rob Mallard, 27, joined the cast of Coronation Street in 2016, being the third actor to play the role of Daniel Osbourne. The youngster quickly proved his raw talent in the role, even bagging himself the “Best Newcomer” prize at The British Soap Awards for his convincing portrayal. Rob seemed to have the world at
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Pancreatic cancer is mostly diagnosed in those aged between 85 to 89 years old, according to Cancer Research UK. Sadly, the survival rate hasn’t shown much improvement in the past 40 years with less than five in 100 people diagnosed with the disease surviving for five years or more. What’s the sign in the loo
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High blood pressure, medically known as hypertension, can lead to all sorts of health conditions. For one, it can lead to a heart attack or, two, it could result in a stroke. Kidney failure, heart failure and vascular dementia are also associated risks. Fortunately, one tasty and versatile piece of meat has been shown to
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Bowel cancer UK said: “Over 42,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year in the UK. Around 268,000 people living in the UK today have been diagnosed with bowel cancer. More than nine out of the new cases are diagnosed in people over the age of 50. But bowel cancer can affect anyone of
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It’s been a hard summer for many. With lives and homes lost in raging bushfires, people affected by blankets of thick smoke and many mourning the loss of wildlife, it hasn’t felt like a holiday season. But for those who have had a break, or managed to savour the joys of the festive period, buckling
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Eczema comes in many forms but the most common type is atopic eczema, a condition that is characterised by dry, itchy, cracked skin. Atopic eczema is more common in children, often developing before their first birthday. But it may also develop for the first time in adults. It’s usually a long-term (chronic) condition, although it
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Type 2 diabetes is usually a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood glucose (sugar) level to become too high. This is due to the pancreas not releasing enough of the hormone insulin, which is responsible for controlling the amount of blood sugar in your blood. Unchecked blood sugar levels, if left untreated, can cause
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The Coronavirus is in the same viral family as SARS and MERS, which killed a combined total of almost 1,600 people when they originated in 2002 and 2015 respectively. This has sparked fears of a similar deadly pandemic in 2020. READ MORE Coronavirus ’mutates’ sparking global health emergency fears The UK has now started monitoring
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