BBC News 24
19 minutes
I'll draw members' attention to one example I was given of a 35-year-old ambulance technician from Cornwall, who was punched in the face by a drunk, aggressive woman whilst at work. She sustained a broken jaw and she's had at least 12 surgical procedures since then, and is still suffering from symptoms.
BBC One East
9 hours
We're not blaming or targeting the GP profession. We know we have -- they targeting the GP profession. We know we have -- they have the difficult job. When they we have -- they have the difficult job. When they are training to be a GP have training so that they can spot those symptoms early.
The Event Chronicle
16 hours
As we wake up, raise our frequencies, seek alignment, balance and harmony with source and within in our chakra system , we experience a wide array of symptoms and changes. We become like ping-pong balls, flashing back and forth along the frequency spectrum, propelled by cosmic waves of organic evolution and our own internal vibrational triggers. We snap back and forth as each new wave hits us, and as our environment reacts in kind, channelling all this energetic shifting through our mind-body-soul system. Combine this with waking up in a hostile environment that does not want us to breathe deep, question, expand our consciousness and raise our vibrational level and we’ve got a tricky challenge. Surviving the Experience These 7 tips for surviving the experience of waking up in the matrix can help to steady our boat in these stormy cosmic seas.
Daily Mail - Food
16 hours
Nutritional therapist Claire Barnes reveals the five different gut types we all have: gastric, immune, stressed, candida, and toxic. She says we can eliminate symptoms by eating right foods.
The Economic Times
18 hours
The Economic Times
19 hours
Bleacher Report
19 hours
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. missed the second half of the 2016 campaign with a concussion and was involved in a collision during Sunday's Daytona 500 in his first race back. "I feel good," Earnhardt said, reinforcing that he was fine after the wreck, per Bob Pockrass of ESPN.com. "I don't have any symptoms or anything that I've experienced in the past. It was not that hard of a hit, but that doesn't mean you can't get injured. ... I'm happy I feel good and I'll be able to go to Atlanta [next week] competing." Earnhardt was involved in a crash with Kyle Busch with 94 laps remaining. Earnhardt tweeted about the crash and his showing following his time on the track: He led for eight laps in the early going and started the race alongside pole-sitter Chase Elliott. Fox Sports captured the wreck that ended his chances at winning in his return from injury: According to Pockrass, Earnhardt adjusted his headrests to minimize the space between his helmet and mitigate the amount his head could move in a wreck.
Plymouth Herald
19 hours
Doctors are urging parents to be vigilant as cases of scarlet fever are rising in parts of the South West. Symptoms of the highly infectious illness include a sore throat, headache, high temperature, swollen tongue and distinctive pink rash. The warning comes after 28 cases of the disease were reported across the South West in one week. Three cases have been reported in Plymouth, with several more across Devon one in Exeter and one in North Devon. Another three cases have been...
Collective Evolution
19 hours
These days, it seems like everyone's tried the drug or knows someone who has. And with prescriptions continuing to rise , it looks like there's no end in sight. Although stimulants may help treat ADD symptoms in the short-term, they are just a temporary band-aid that prevents you from putting long-term solutions in place. There are plenty of natural, over-the-counter alternatives to Adderall, many of which I've used and have the same ADD-curbing benefits, without the unpleasant side effects (anxiety, jitters, and dependence). 3. Show Your Creative Value What I've learned about people in my field with ADHD is that they have an uncanny ability to think outside the box . That's an invaluable trait for a company that wants to excel in the startup or PR world. As someone with ADD or ADHD, look for every opportunity to show your outside-the-box thinking in meetings and through team projects.
Daily Mail - Food
19 hours
Nutritional therapist Claire Barnes reveals the five different gut types we all have: gastric, immune, stressed, candida, and toxic. She says we can eliminate symptoms by eating right foods.
Global News
19 hours
ScienceDaily
19 hours
A retrospective study indicates that missed stroke diagnoses can be significantly reduced by adding balance and vision problems to the list of presenting symptoms commonly known as FAST.
South China Morning Post
19 hours
Alzheimers affects nearly 5 million Americans, a number thats expected to balloon to 13.8 million by 2050. The search for a treatment hasnt been going well. There are only four approved drugs that treat the symptoms of the disease, and several hopeful treatments have failed key studies over the last few months. The recent failures have people contemplating what went wrong and if its time to reevaluate how we treat the disease. One theory ...
ITV
21 hours
30% say they weren't referred for mental health treatment and just 34% felt their GP knew how to help them. Campaigners say this is not about blaming GPs but about providing better training so they know that eating disorders go way beyond the physical symptoms. All the research shows that if someone gets early help, they have a much better chance of recovery.
BBC News 24
a day
His distended belly and painful skin condition are obvious symptoms of hunger. Malnutrition is really bad because it has increased. I am here for some years, but this year, it has really increased.
Plymouth Herald
a day
A pensioner has been treated for smoke inhalation after a bungalow fire in Camels Head. Three engines from city fire stations were called to the property on Drummond Close this afternoon, at about 12.30pm. A spokesperson for the team said on arrival crews confirmed there to be a fire in a kitchen of a bungalow. They said an elderly resident was suffering from symptoms of smoke inhalation and an ambulance was called. They said: Crews set to work with one hose reel jet,...
Derby Telegraph
a day
Yes, it's that time of year again - when winter bugs are prevalent and parents are keeping a close eye on their children for any signs or symptoms of illness. And scarlet fever, chicken pox and shigellosis are just some of the health problems which have recently been reported by the Derby Telegraph and other news websites, as health officials move to warn mums, dads, carers and guardians to be on the alert for new cases. Here, we look more closely at the signs and symptoms of the three...
ScienceDaily
a day
A small study in 16 people suggests that deep brain stimulation is safe and might help improve mood, anxiety and well-being, while increasing weight.
TIME - Global Spin
2 days
(KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia) Malaysia's health minister said Sunday that the dose of nerve agent given to North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un's exiled half brother was so high that it killed him within 20 minutes and caused very serious paralysis. Kim Jong Nam died Feb. 13 at Kuala Lumpur's airport in what Malaysian police say was a well-planned hit by two women who wiped a liquid on Kim's face. Police revealed Friday that the banned chemical weapon VX nerve agent was used to kill Kim, raising the stakes in the case. Health Minister Subramaniam Sathasivam said the dose of VX given to Kim was so high that he showed symptoms within minutes. Kim fainted at the airport clinic and died in the ambulance while en route to a hospital, he said. VX only requires 10 milligrams to be absorbed into the system to be lethal, so I presume that the amount of dose that went in is more than that, he said at a news conference.
Plymouth Herald
2 days
Voice Of America
2 days
On Saturday, representatives from the Indonesian and Vietnamese embassies in Malaysia met with the two women. Indonesia's deputy ambassador, Andriano Erwin, told reporters later that Siti Aisyah said she had been paid the equivalent of $90 for what she believed was a harmless prank. Aisyah, 25, said she had been introduced to people who looked like Japanese or Koreans who asked her to play a prank for a reality show, according to Erwin. Asked if she knew what was on her hands at the time of the attack, Erwin said: "She didn't tell us about that. She only said that it's a kind of oil, baby oil, something like that." An odorless chemical with the consistency of motor oil, VX is an extremely powerful poison; an amount no larger than a few grains of salt is enough to kill. It can be inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Then, in anywhere from a few seconds to a few hours, it can cause a range of symptoms, from blurred vision to a headache.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
2 days
Seven people in Lamu have been hospitalised in a suspected outbreak of cholera. The patients from Pandanguo village in Witu showed cholera-like symptoms. County executive for Health Mohamed Kombo said the seven were admitted at the Pandanguo Dispensary and Witu Hospital after complaining of stomach pains, diarrhoea and vomiting. According to Dr Kombo, the drought ravaging many parts of Lamu County has left people and animals to depend on one water source. Dr Kombo said the victims might have drunk contaminated water. He said a team from the health department had been dispatched to monitor the ...
BBC News 24
2 days
Then gradually I came down with a string of minor illnesses, headaches, I was not looking forward to anything any more and my mood dropped. I took medication for a few years, I had some counselling. But really it is about finding different things you can do, like having a toolkit can help you manage your symptoms.
Voice Of America
2 days
It can be inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Then, in anywhere from a few seconds to a few hours, it can cause a range of symptoms, from blurred vision to a headache. Enough exposure leads to convulsions, paralysis, respiratory failure and death. The Vietnamese woman who was arrested, Doan Thi Huong, also thought she was taking part in a prank, Vietnam's Foreign Ministry said Saturday. Possible precautions In grainy surveillance footage, the women appear to smear something on Kim's face before walking away in separate directions. Malaysian police said the attackers knew what they were doing and had been trained to go immediately to the bathroom and clean their hands. Experts say the women must have taken precautions so the nerve agent wouldn't kill them. An antidote, atropine, can be injected after exposure and is carried by medics in war zones where weapons of mass destruction are suspected.