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Two in five people in UK with learning disabilities not diagnosed in childhood
Two out of five people in the UK with learning disabilities are not diagnosed in childhood and, even if they are, they will likely die before they collect their pension, according to a study commissioned by the National Health Service (NHS).
Tall people at greater risk of cancer 'because they have more cells'
Report suggests link between height and cancer risk could simply be because there are more cells for something to go wrong in.
Coffee may be able to help people with a common skin condition
There are several benefits to drinking coffee, including protection against a common skin problem, according to new report.
People in mental health crisis neglected by NHS, MPs warn
Growing numbers of people who experience a mental health crisis are having to visit A&E or are detained for their own safety because National Health Service (NHS) services to help them are deteriorating, MPs and peers have warned.
UN chief: Some 820m people still suffer from hunger
About 820 million people still suffer from hunger, said United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, calling for a world in which every person has access to a healthy and nutritious diet.
Young people anxious from terror coverage
Media coverage of terror attacks and extremism can leave young people anxious and with an exaggerated fear of becoming victims, said researchers.
Who are the young people 'not ill enough' to get help?
Every year thousands of mentally ill young people find the help they are receiving comes to an abrupt end when they hit a significant birthday.
Daily low-dose aspirin found to have no effect on healthy life span in older people
In a large clinical trial to determine the risks and benefits of daily low-dose aspirin in healthy older adults without previous cardiovascular events, aspirin did not prolong healthy, independent living (life free of dementia or persistent physical disability).
Police: Five people found dead in Australian city of Perth
Australian police found up to five dead people including a woman and children on Sunday in a suburb of the western city of Perth, a senior officer said.
Why some people are addicted to pulling their hair out
Christina Pearson was 14 years old when she started pulling out her hair, creating bald patches on her head. She was taken to a psychiatrist, but in 1970 there was no name for her disorder, and certainly no treatment.
How world’s largest NGO provides aid to Rohingya people
Over the past few decades, an ethnic group of Muslims known as the Rohingya has been subject to extreme poverty and inhumane persecution in Southeast Asia.
How Neolithic people adapted to climate change
Research led by the University of Bristol has uncovered evidence that early farmers were adapting to climate change 8,200 years ago.
Obese people may carry flu virus for longer time
New research shows that people who have obesity may carry the influenza A virus for longer periods of time than those who do not have obesity.
US has killed over 20 million people since World War ll: Analyst
The United States has been the biggest violator of human rights since World War ll, directly leading to the death of over 20 million people in the past 70 years, says an American political analyst in Virginia.

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