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Ban prevented some teenage girls form taking up smoking, study

Ban prevented some teenage girls form taking up smoking, studyA new study has showed that a smoking ban put in place in the UK has effectively prevented some number of teenaged girls from takin up the nasty habit.

Eating carrots can reduce risk of breast cancer by 60 per cent

Eating carrots can reduce risk of breast cancer by 60 per centAccording to a new study, eating carrots regularly can reduce the risk of developing certain types of breast cancer significantly for women.

Stone gorilla gives birth by C-section in the UK

A gynaecologist in Ireland has given birth helped a 17 year old stone gorilla give birth to a baby through a Caesarean section procedure.

Scientists study how breast cancer spreads

A team of scientists have studied how breast cancer is able to spread by leaving the blood vessels to travel to a new part of the body.

Pregnant women exposure to pollution linked to risk of asthma

Pregnant women exposure to pollution linked to risk of asthmaA new research study has shown that exposure to air pollution during pregnancy might be linked to the risks of asthma for the babies.

UK public dissatisfaction rises with health service

UK public dissatisfaction rises with health serviceAccording to a new survey, the public dissatisfaction for the UK's National Health Service is rising across the country.

The British Social Attitudes survey showed that the overall NHS satisfaction fell to 60 per cent during 2015 compared to 65 per cent in 2014. The dissatisfaction with the NHS rose by 8 per cent to 23 per cent during the same period, which is its highest rise since 1986.

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