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10/22/2017
Mum's genius splinter removal hack goes viral - The Sunshine Coast Daily


The Sunshine Coast Daily

Mum's genius splinter removal hack goes viral
The Sunshine Coast Daily
IF YOU'VE ever had a splinter and thought it's probably easier to just cut off your whole finger than spend hours painfully trying to fish out the tiny, sharp piece of wood - you're not alone. It's the absolute worst. But the days of hacking away ...
This clever trick will make removing children's splinters much easierLeicester Mercury
Mum's ingenious tip for removing splinters painlessly goes viralLincolnshireLive
Mum shares brilliant tip for removing kids' splinters – and parents can't believe they've never thought of it beforeBirmingham Mail

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10/22/2017
Parents told to relax about kids' screen time - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Parents told to relax about kids' screen time
The Sydney Morning Herald
New York: Parents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of "screen time." And with more screens and new technologies, the message is getting louder. And while plenty of parents are feeling guilty about it, some experts say it might ...
Kids, screens and parental guilt: Time to loosen up?Deccan Chronicle
Screen time can actually be beneficial to kidsSAMAA TV News Pakistan
Is screen time bad time?13abc Action News
Gears Of Biz -TAPinto.net
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10/21/2017
A Woman Has Suffered a Clinical Broken Heart After The Death of Her Dog - ScienceAlert

ScienceAlert

A Woman Has Suffered a Clinical Broken Heart After The Death of Her Dog
ScienceAlert
Joanie Simpson woke early one morning with a terrible backache. Her chest started hurting when she turned over. Within 20 minutes, she was at a local emergency room. Soon she was being airlifted to a hospital in Houston, where physicians were preparing ...
American woman suffers broken heart syndrome after dog's deathAlive For Football
Devastated woman suffered 'broken heart syndrome' after death of her dog left her fighting for her lifeMirror.co.uk
This Woman's Heart Actually 'Broke' After Her Dog Died. Here's How It HappenedTIME
ExpressNewsline -ClickLancashire -Immortal News -New York Daily News
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10/22/2017
'Selfish brain' wins out when competing with muscle power, study finds - DeathRattleSports.com

DeathRattleSports.com

'Selfish brain' wins out when competing with muscle power, study finds
DeathRattleSports.com
Lead researcher Dr Danny Longman rowing with the Cambridge University Boat Club. This is an example of the type and standard of the sample population used in the study. Credit: Danny Longman. Human brains are expensive – metabolically speaking.
UK rowers find brain defeats brawnThe Australian

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10/22/2017
Aspirin could reduce risk of liver cancer, new study reveals - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan Chronicle

Aspirin could reduce risk of liver cancer, new study reveals
Deccan Chronicle
Study claims taking an aspirin daily can reduce one's risk of developing liver cancer. (Photo: Pexels). Washington: Taking aspirin daily can reduce the risk of liver cancer, a new study suggested. The researchers found that everyday aspirin therapy ...
Study finds aspirin could prevent liver cancerStarts at 60
Daily aspirin could ward off liver cancerThe Nation
Can An Aspirin A Day Keep Liver Cancer Away?Tasnim News Agency (press release)

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10/21/2017
Fat talk: Have you considered that what you say about your body could hurt others - ABC Online

ABC Online

Fat talk: Have you considered that what you say about your body could hurt others
ABC Online
It's not often that a trending story about a fat person doesn't leave me feeling worse about the state of the world. So you can imagine my surprise when earlier in the year, there was a public outcry in defence of fat people.

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10/21/2017
New research explores link between sugar and cancer - WAtoday

WAtoday

New research explores link between sugar and cancer
WAtoday
A nine-year study has shed new light on the link between sugar and cancer, which may help to explain how tumours grow. The study, published in leading science journal Nature Communications, has shown how the Warburg Effect, in which cancer cells ...
Relationship between Sugar and Cancer made by Scientist from BelgiumT4
Sugar Can Lead to a More Aggressive CancerThe Silver Ink
Study: Sugar can fuel cancerous cellsWPXI Pittsburgh
HungryForever.com (blog) -WCNC -Criticism News -Science Recorder
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10/21/2017
$US417M award over baby powder thrown out - The Australian

Los Angeles Times

$US417M award over baby powder thrown out
The Australian
A US judge has tossed out a $US417 million ($A533 million) award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson talc-based baby powder for feminine hygiene. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Maren Nelson ...
California judge tosses $417 million talc cancer verdict against Johnson & JohnsonReuters
Talc powder-cancer link: $417 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson reversedZee News
Boca Personal Injury Lawyer On Johnson&Johnson $417 Million Powder Cancer AwardDigital Journal
Fox News -Tech Times -Immortal News -Metro
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10/22/2017
Dead people may even hear their death being announced by doctors - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India Edition

Dead people may even hear their death being announced by doctors
International Business Times, India Edition
The researchers claim that a person's consciousness continues to work after the body has stopped showing signs of life. By : Pinaz Kazi. October 22, 2017 13:39 IST. Picture for representationPixabay. What happens after death is a mystery to all of us.
You May Be Aware Of You've Died AFTER It Happens & People Are FREAKING OutHit 107
What happens to your brain when you die?Blasting News

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10/22/2017
Oral sex may up mens risk of head, neck cancer: study - India Today

News18

Oral sex may up mens risk of head, neck cancer: study
India Today
New York, Oct 22 (PTI) Men who smoke and have oral sex with multiple partners may be at an increased risk of developing a type of head and neck cancer, a study warns. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University in the US found that the cancer is ...
Oral sex and smoking increases men's risk of head and neck cancerHindustan Times
Oral sex raises men's risk of neck cancerNEWS.com.au
Oral sex ups men's risk of head and neck cancerEconomic Times
NBCNews.com -Medical News Today -News-Medical.net -NHS Choices
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