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Baby got lead poisoning due to a homeopathic bracelet

Investigators discovered the infant, from Connecticut, had been chewing on a ‘homeopathic magnetic hematite healing bracelet’, which some believe has healing properties.

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Skin cancer starts as marks in two-thirds of cases

Researchers from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy found that in 71 per cent of cases, melanoma appears as new marks on the skin, rather than arising from existing moles.

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Less than 1 percent of US preschoolers get enough exercise

A Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center study has found that fewer than 1 percent of preschoolers engage in enough physical activity and a fifth enjoy too much screen time.

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Expert reveals tips for preparing your body for IVF

Chrissy Teigen recently announced she will try to conceive a second child through IVF treatments. We spoke to a fertility expert to find out how women can prepare their bodies for the treatments.

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Why people who work night shifts struggle to shift weight

Humans have one specific protein which harvests energy from fat and portions the rest into storage. A study by Texas scientists shows how that protein needs a night-day light cycle to work well.

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UNC sororities postpone rush amid norovirus scare

Health officials at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have reported an apparent outbreak of the ‘vomiting bug’ throughout the fraternity and sorority communities on campus.

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Healthy bars like Nakd nibbles have more sugar than treats

Research shows some ‘healthy’ snack bars have more sugar than chocolate treats. Love Raw almond and coconut bar contains 18.5g of sugar – more than Maltesers.

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Arizona woman has Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT- Kayla Hansen, 29, from Peoria, Arizona, has a rare skin condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome that causes painful burns and blisters down her arms.

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