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University "in the dark" over students' mental health needs

Captions An investigation into the death of student Ceara Thacker opens on Monday Universities should be bound by the law to meet their students' mental health needs, says a former health minister. Information gathered by Sir Norman Lamb's office reveals a "complex and fragmented" view of mental health care across the University of the United Kingdom. Many of the 110 …

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Teen, 18, sues by gunman Juul after "toxic bomb left him with lungs from a 70-year-old"

A TEENAGE vaper warning that vaping left him with the lungs of a "70-year-old" suits a leading e-cigarette manufacturer. Adam Hergenreder, 18, accused Juul of intentionally promoting young people and sending the message that vaping is cool. 5 A shocking video of a teenage vape user showing him spasmodic in his hospital bed after being knocked down with a mysterious …

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Antibiotic resistance grows in dolphins and reflects humans

Wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) swimming in Florida's Indian river lagoon. Credit: Brian Cousin, Florida Atlantic University & # 39; s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest public health challenges in the world today, as many common bacterial infections that develop resistance to the drugs have once been used to treat them, and new antibiotics …

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Mosquito-borne virus found in Indiana

Public health officials say a rare mosquito-borne virus that has caused deaths in other states has been detected in some insects and animals in northern Indiana. The Indiana State Department of Health says eastern equine encephalitis has been found in three horses and a cluster of mosquitoes in Elkhart County.No Indiana residents have been diagnosed with the virus. The virus …

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Samuel L Jackson blames "cruel" Alzheimer's for ruining his family

Samuel L Jackson blames "cruel" Alzheimer's for ruining his family when he admits he has lost six relatives to the degenerative disease By Andrew Bullock for Mailonline Published: 19:04 EDT, September 15, 2019 | Updated: 19:10 EDT, September 15, 2019 Samuel L Jackson has said that Alzheimer's disease has ravaged his family. The Hollywood star supports a campaign to combat …

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There is talk of banning gunfire in N.J. What can be done?

In the midst of a sharp increase in teen vaping and rising health problems across the country – including six deaths across the country – New Jersey legislative leaders are talking about becoming the first state to ban the sale of vaping products. State Senate President Stephen Sweeney has called for legislation to see a phasing-in ban on electronic smoke …

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Pregnant women who take paracetamol risk a child with behavioral problems

Pregnant women taking paracetamol risk giving birth to a child with behavioral problems including ADHD, new study claims Taking paracetamol while pregnant could lead to behavioral issues for children A study from Bristol University showed the drug can harm developing babies Women are now being advised only to take small doses while they are with child By Eleanor Hayward For …

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