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Jan29

Hope for ME sufferers

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Thousands of people in the UK suffer from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), a long-term fatigue that affects everyday life.   Researchers in Scotland have now identified two forms of treatment for sufferers of ME (otherwise known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or CFS),... read more »

Jan25

Facebook causes anxiety, says research

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Research has found that the more friends a Facebook users has, the more anxiety the social network site can cause, reports BBC News.  A study carried out by Edinburgh Napier University looked at usage of the site... read more »

Jan23

Probation for Bruno Mars after drugs arrest

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Pop star Bruno Mars has been sentenced to 200 hours of community service after pleading guilty to cocaine possession, the Daily Mail reported. Mars, who had a hit single with 'Just the way you are', was caught with 2.6... read more »

Jan20

James Corden had hypnotherapy to deal with Brits nerves

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Comedy star James Corden was so nervous about hosting the Brit Awards, that he turned to hypnotherapy in order to calm his nerves. "I didn't get any sleep on Monday - nothing. I just couldn't stop thinking... read more »

Jan17

More and more Britons admit to gambling problem

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The number of gamblers in the UK is soaring as 73 per cent of Brits admit to having a flutter, according to research. A survey from the Gambling Commission, as reported by DailyMail.co.uk, suggests that this figure has been rising... read more »

Jan13

James Blake discusses pressure surrounding debut album release

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One of Britain's up-and-coming musicians has spoken about the industry expectation surrounding his debut album, claiming he doesn't feel pressured by it. James Blake is one name on every music critic's lips; he topped Best of... read more »

Jan11

Expectant mothers to be taught hypnotherapy in NHS trial

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Pregnant women are to be taught how to use hypnotherapy in labour as an alternative to painkillers. Expectant mothers will learn to put themselves in a trance like state just before giving birth, it is hoped... read more »

Jan7

British women top lung cancer list

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British women have the highest rate of lung cancer in Europe, new research has revealed. The study, published in The Annals of Oncology, studied cancer death statistics across the European Union from 1970 to 2007, before... read more »

Jan2

Scientists say to watch injections to ease pain

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Those with needle phobias that worry about the pain of an injection are being encouraged to fight the urge to look away, instead watching as the needle plunges into their skin. New research has lead scientists... read more »