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School says period pain ‘isn’t reason to be off’ – Campaigning...

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Coronavirus: Schools re-opening may cause spike says expertMarcus Alleyne, who lives with his wife and three girls in the St Austell area said...

Chelsea ratings: Rudiger stars as Blues show they no longer have...

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CHELSEAS best performances were all at the back as they flopped going forward int ehir 1-0 defeat at Juventus. Here’s how Thomas Tuchel’s men...

Fatty liver disease symptoms: Two types of pain near your ribs...

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Fatty liver disease is an umbrella term for an accumulation of fat in the liver. One of the most common types is non-alcoholic...

Arthritis: The drink to make at home to ‘reverse inflammation’ and...

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ARTHRITIS is a painful condition characterised by swelling in the joints, that can threaten mobility over time. Two of the most widely recognised...

Best supplements for arthritis: The supplement shown to significantly decrease joint...

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There are lots of different types of arthritis, and the symptoms you experience will vary depending on the type you have. Nonetheless, there...

Doctor reveals simple technique that could save your life after deadly...

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AN Australian doctor has revealed a simple trick that could save your life after a shark attack. Dr Nicholas Taylor, Associate Dean of the...

Elton John health: ‘I’m in pain’ Music legend reveals he needs...

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Despite the singer’s involvement in “intensive physio and specialist treatment”, the singer revealed that the pain has continued to get worse, leading him...

Jackie Stewart shares latest on wife's dementia fight – 'a big...

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Jackie’s wife Helen was just 54 when she was diagnosed in 2014, and the diagnosis came as a complete “shock” to the whole...

Sale 20-19 Bath: Danny Cipriani feels the pain as head injury...

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Sale 20-19 Bath: Danny Cipriani feels the pain as head injury...

One simple lifestyle change you can make to reduce joint pain,...

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MANY people with arthritis may experience chronic pain, and come to believe it is an inevitable part of their lives. Nonetheless, findings from...
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