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Sea swimming 'increases illness risk'
Swimming in the sea substantially increases the chance of developing stomach bugs, ear aches and other illnesses, researchers found.
Social activities could be key to staying young, preventing illness
Combatting aging and frailty is as preventable as heart disease and diabetes, scientists have claimed.
Mental illness major public health concern in US
Nearly one in five American adults deals with a mental illness or substance abuse problem each year, a US government study said.
Doctors warn against placenta pills after baby's illness
A group of doctors is warning against a growing trend among celebrities and some new parents that sees moms consume the placenta after birth in an effort to stave off postpartum symptoms.
What is botulism and how does it kill?
Two separate outbreaks this month of the rare but deadly toxin botulism have focused attention on this potentially fatal illness, which usually strikes about 150 people a year, mostly infants.
Trump has 'dangerous mental illness,’ some experts say
A group of American psychiatrists have warned that US President Donald Trump has a "dangerous mental illness" and is unfit to lead the country.
Housing problems causing mental illness in UK
Housing problems in England are causing people to suffer anxiety, depression and panic attacks, said Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity.
Weight loss in pensioners could be early sign of serious illness
Losing weight can be an early sign of serious illness and is not a normal part of the aging process, experts have warned.
Community-based care can reduce stigma of mental illness
Mental illness has been part of human society throughout recorded history, but how we care for people with mental disorders has changed radically, and not always for the better.
Zika virus, a wolf in sheep's clothing
The world's latest health scare is a seemingly minor illness that carries a killer wrapped inside: Zika, the mosquito-borne virus sweeping Latin America, usually lasts less than a week, except when it derails a whole life.
Deconstructing mental illness through ultradian rhythms
Might living a structured life with regularly established meal times and early bedtimes lead to a better life and perhaps even prevent the onset of mental illness? That's what's suggested in a study led by Kai-Florian Storch, PhD, of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and McGill University.
Respiratory illness strikes hundreds of children across US
Hundreds of children have been sent to hospitals in the US after falling sick by a rare and serious respiratory illness, federal health officials said on Monday.

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