Cute Cousins! See Kim, Khloe's Daughters Having a Blast at Target

Giggling girls! Kim Kardashian’s 23-month-old daughter, Chicago, and Khloé Kardashian’s 21-month-old daughter, True, were loving life during a recent Target trip. “Swipe for major cuteness,” the KKW Beauty creator, 39, captioned three videos of the toddlers on Monday, January 13. https://www.instagram.com/p/B7RrYsKA1Y_/ 🎯 swipe for major cuteness 🎯 A post shared byKim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Jan 13, 2020 at 2:14pm […]

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Trans teen who began transitioning at four is having gender reassignment surgery

16-year-old Trinity Neal, from Delaware, U.S, knew that she was living in the wrong body before she had even started primary school. Born male, Trinty would dress up in her mum’s clothes and adamantly express that she was a girl. Trinity was then taken to a specialist child therapist who confirmed that she had body dysphoria, but by then Trinity’s […]

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Kim Kardashian Posts Rare Pic of Kanye West Smiling at Son Saint's Party

There it is! Kanye West showed off his smile at his son Saint’s 4th birthday party on December 7. “More from Saint’s birthday,” Kim Kardashian captioned a Thursday, December 19, slideshow of photos from the Jurassic Park-themed bash, featuring dinosaur masks and more. In one sweet shot, the rapper, 42, held Chicago, 23 months, while the little one held a […]

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Hydration myths may be putting older people’s health at risk

Myths about healthy water drinking may be putting older people’s health at risk by discouraging them from drinking enough fluid to stay healthy, according to a new UCL-led study. Dehydration is thought to affect between a third to nearly half of frail older people and is associated with a higher risk of adverse health outcomes, from having a stroke or […]

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Woman saved by colleagues after having brain haemorrhage at work Christmas party

Trudi Kemp was enjoying a chat with a colleague at a work Christmas party, a glass of wine in one hand and a plate of nibbles in the other. But within a few minutes, she had collapsed on the floor and was fighting for her life. At the time, Trudi, from Wimbledon, south west London, was working as executive director […]

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Mental health program helps teens recognise and support peers at risk

A novel mental health program improves teenagers’ ability to recognise and support friends who might be at risk of suicide, according to new research. University of Melbourne researchers have evaluated the impact of teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) – a universal mental health literacy program for high school students in Years 10-12—as an intervention to improve peer support towards […]

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Uninfected individuals born to mothers living with HIV at risk of obesity and asthma

Adolescents and young adults who were born to mothers with HIV but remained uninfected themselves still face a greatly heightened risk of obesity and asthma-like symptoms, researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found. In a study published in Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (JAIDS), the team revealed for the first time that HIV-negative teens and young adults with […]

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Looking at the way we walk can help predict cognitive decline

The way people walk is an indicator of how much their brains, as well as their bodies, are aging. Scientists reporting in a special supplement to the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (JAD) say that gait disorders, particularly slowing gait, should be considered a marker of future cognitive decline. They propose testing motor performance as well as cognitive performance in older […]

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Machine learning model flags individuals with familial hypercholesterolemia for first time at national level

The FH Foundation, a leading research and advocacy organization, announced today that a machine learning algorithm effectively identified individuals with probable familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) for the first time at a national scale through its FIND FH initiative. FH is a common genetic disorder that carries a 20-times higher risk for life-threatening cardiovascular disease, but today less than 10 percent of […]

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Vaping-related illnesses still rising, though at slower pace

Vaping-related illnesses in the U.S. are still rising, though at a slightly slower pace. Health officials of Thursday said there have been 1,479 cases and at least 33 deaths in the mysterious outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been releasing new case counts each week. The latest jump—180 cases—was the lowest increase since mid-September. The outbreak appears […]

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