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2018-08-17T22:57:41.393Z
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A 42-year-old woman was hit by a shuttlecock when she was 14 and thought the lens had fallen out.
E-cigarette vapour disables important immune cells in the lung and boosts inflammation.
Vaping is much less harmful than normal cigarettes and it shouldn't be treated the same way, MPs warn.
A cancer drug can unlock the liver's ability to regenerate, early stage research suggests.
Half of neonatal units lack equipment to check babies are breathing properly, a study suggests.
The women say the Essure implant may have caused wide-ranging problems, including chronic pain.
There's a debate in Sweden over their reliability after women reported unwanted pregnancies.
In January Aurelia Brouwers drank poison supplied by a doctor and lay down to die. She was 29.
Researchers reveal how chemicals in some vegetables can prevent bowel cancer.
Infants in prams can be exposed to up to 60% more pollution than adults, a study suggests.
Near-death experiences are caused by changes in how the brain operates, say researchers.
Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.
A writer's father opens up for the first time after she rewrote her show to encompass his mental health.
Alcohol misuse is the "greatest healthcare problem facing Northern Ireland", a coroner has said.
Carla and Selina admit they can get through 700 nappies a month.
A large trial in Burkina Faso suggests listening to the radio could improve child health.
Campaigners on both sides rallied outside parliament as voting took place in Buenos Aires.
Collin Smith has welcomed a move by his council to fine dog owners who do not pick up after their pets.
Could cooler testicles make for better swimming sperm - and more of them?
Polly Kerr is one of a growing number of single women to have opted for IVF.