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Drunk tanks may become norm, NHS boss warns ‘selfish’ revellers

Drunk tanks may become norm, NHS boss warns ‘selfish’ revellers

Image copyright Getty Images Drunk tanks may have to become the norm in towns and cities to keep “selfish” revellers out of A&E, the head of the NHS in England…

Updated Obamacare enrollment figure dips to 8.7 million

(Reuters) – About 8.7 million people enrolled in healthcare plans for 2018 using the federal Obamacare marketplace, according to updated government figures released on Thursday. The number represented a slight…

Illinois judge rejects lawsuit challenging abortion coverage expansion

CHICAGO (Reuters) – An Illinois law expanding state-funded coverage of abortions for low-income Medicaid recipients was set to go into effect next month after an Illinois judge on Thursday dismissed…

Can a sun salutation a day keep night sweats at bay?

(Reuters Health) – Menopausal women who practice yoga may experience more relief from symptoms like night sweats and hot flashes than their peers who don’t do this type of exercise,…

‘Artificial pancreas’ works during intense exercise

(Reuters Health) – An “artificial pancreas” that monitors blood sugar and automatically delivers insulin may make it safer for teens with type 1 diabetes to participate in sports, a U.S.…

10 Bad Habits You Should Quit In 2018

If you’re jonesing to give your life a major upgrade in 2018—and beyond—setting a few doable goals is the first step. That means nixing bad habits that may be sabotaging…

Best Abs Exercises: 21 Core Moves You Can Do at Home

NEW SELF Meal Plans Easy-to-make Recipes. No Guesswork. Source Article from https://www.self.com/gallery/21-incredibly-effective-abs-exercises-you-can-do-instead-of-crunches…

Rohingya at risk of deadly diphtheria face shortage of medics, antitoxins

(Reuters) – Health workers in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are struggling with a shortage of medics able to administer antitoxins to patients infected with diphtheria that has killed nearly…

Cotton swabs still a major cause of eardrum perforations

(Reuters Health) – A sampling of U.S. emergency department records confirms that sticking anything smaller than your elbow in your ear is a good way to puncture an eardrum. About…

How to be happy in 2018

How to be happy in 2018

What can you do to ensure that 2018 will be a truly happy year? Medical News Today look at some tips that researchers have recommended for a healthier, more fulfilling…