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Beauticians dropped from new cosmetic filler register

[ad_1] Image copyright Science Photo Library Beauticians have been banned from joining a new register designed to make getting injected with fillers safer. The voluntary register was opened by the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners in April to everyone trained to a high standard. But now it will include only those with medical training, after doctors and nurses threatened to boycott it.The joint council said two beauticians had applied to
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Why ‘stealth spheres’ are making you ill

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images A nefarious trick used by viruses to make us sick - "stealth spheres" - has been discovered by scientists. It had been thought viruses were all lone wolves, each on a solo campaign of infection.Instead they can form "packs" of up to 40 viruses and surround themselves with a fatty sphere that makes them invisible to our body's defences. The team at the US National
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How do cats contribute to your health and well-being?

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Are they normal? Causes and when to see a doctor

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Women ‘need to know egg freezing risk’

[ad_1] Image copyright Science Photo Library Women who freeze their eggs need to be aware of the "relatively low success rates" of becoming pregnant, a leading gynaecologist has said.With more women freezing eggs past the age of 35, when chances of conceiving fall, Prof Adam Balen said: "Egg freezing does not guarantee a baby."However, Dr Jara Ben Nagi says freezing can help single women wait until they meet the right
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Spider venom may help treat a serious form of epilepsy

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