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About 70% of women diagnosed with the early stages of one of the most common forms of breast cancer might not need chemotherapy as part of treatment, according to the results of a long-awaited study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago. "I'm delighted," said Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical and scientific officer for the American Cancer Society. "Now with these genomic tests, we are finding that we have multiple types of breast cancer, perhaps several dozen," said Brawley, "and we are being able to tailor our therapies to the type of breast cancer every woman has." CNN.

A patient of Moscow’s selfie-taking plastic surgeon has died after undergoing breast lift surgery. Mother of two Ekaterina Kiseleva, 32, was pronounced dead in the clinic from heart failure, medical sources revealed today. British twins facing jail in Dubai for 'attacking police officer' Surgeon Grigory Perekrestov, 31, well known for posing for selfies with his bare-breasted patients, has not commented on the death at his Triumph Palace clinic. A criminal probe has since been launched after the patient’s mother claimed her daughter died due to ‘negligence’. Mum, Evgenia, said: ‘All our complaints are deleted, our calls are ignored. We are in despair. ‘We are killed, our life is over. Our whole family is cut to the root. Metro.

An epilepsy drug that can damage unborn babies must no longer be prescribed to girls and women of childbearing age in the UK unless they sign a form to say that they understand the risks. Drug regulator the MHRA says the new measures it's introducing will keep future generations of children safe. Those already on valproate medication should see their GP to have their treatment reviewed. No woman or girl should stop taking it without medical advice though. It is thought about 20,000 children in the UK have been left with disabilities caused by valproate since the drug was introduced in the 1970s. Affected families have called for a public inquiry and compensation. BBC News.

If you are a fan of cheap make-up and live in or have recently visited Los Angeles, we have some bad news: You may have been smearing human faecal matter all over your face and lips. The major task force headed undercover to 21 stores around the district. They targeted stores and stalls selling counterfeit cosmetics - cheap knock-offs masquerading as the real deal. Brands shown in police photographs included "Kylie's" make-up range, as well as the Naked range of make-up. After testing the $700,000 haul, the cosmetics were found to contain "bacteria and human waste" according to the LAPD. During the investigation, six individuals were arrested and $700,000 worth of cosmetic products were seized by the police. iflscience.

How to make a self-tan last longer? The trick is moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. Keep your skin really nice and soft, avoid chlorine, avoid taking hot showers and oily baths. ITV This Morning.

A stunning young woman who had a ‘beard of spots’ for eight years struggled with her skin from the age of 14 - battling face, chest and back acne, she was left trying to disguise a ‘beard of spots’. Mollie Cowin, 22 has now cured her skin with a controversial skin drug Roaccutane/Isotretinoin capsules. . CatersNews.

The first man ever to be fired for sexual assault - 3,000 YEARS ago: 'Astonishing' rape charges against a powerful Egyptian are found on ancient papyrus. Experts are revisiting the text, contained on a script known as Papyrus Salt to examine ancient cultural attitudes to sexual politics, including Brooklyn-based historian Carly Silver. It relates to the conduct of the chief workman, Paneb, in the village of Deir el Medina, a community of artisans who worked on the pharaohs' tombs in the Valley of the Kings. The story of Paneb first made its way to the British Museum in one of the collections of early 19th century Egyptologist Henry Salt, but historians believe it can shed new light on the relationship between men, sex and power. Mail.

A migraine is a brain disease which involves a bad headache. Sufferers can become sensitive to light, sounds and smells. It affects three females to every male. It's a hormonal thing. Woman are more likely to have it after their periods when they ovulate mid-cycle. Alcohol, processed foods, lack of sleep can all cause headaches and migraines. Nitrates in foods can cause headaches. Migraines tends to be reduced after the menopause. It tends to strike people in their productive years - between post-puberty, up to age 60. Pregnancy stabilises the female hormones which stop migraines in pregnancy. Don't sit at home having your life ruined by a headache or migraine. Seek advice from the migraine trust or your GP. Professor of neurology: Professor Peter Goadsby. ITV This Morning.

Nadinne Bruna, 32, has lost most of her vision after the treatment, to insert silicone implants in her hazel eyes to turn them light grey, went wrong. The Argentinian model, who lives in Miami, flew to Bogota, Colombia to have the procedure because it is not approved in the US. Her vision was constantly blurry and her eyes were left red and painful for months, forcing her to stop taking part in photo shoots, which is how she got her income. And now, Ms Bruna, who has 198,000 followers on Instagram, has been left with irreversible damage to her eyes that has 'f***** up' her life and left her depressed. Mail.

Mental health disorders, including anxiety depression and bipolar disorder are more common in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). The condition affects eight to 12 percent of American women. It causes persistent cysts, but an excess of a male hormone underlies PCOS. PCOS also raises the risk that a woman will have autism spectrum disorder pr ADHD by 60 percent and 40 percent, respectively. The relationship between PCOS and mental health is complicated but the Cardiff University researchers say each must be considered in treating the other. Mail.

Eat your Brussels sprouts. A study of 970 woman found that the ones who had a lot of green veg in their diet had healthier, cleaner arteries in the neck therefore, less prone to a stroke. Dr Chris Steel. ITV This Morning.

If you've ever wanted to sparkle like a Cullen but have the sun sensitivity of a vampire, then your luck’s in. There’s now a sunscreen that protects your precious skin from the sun’s damaging rays, as well as coating your skin in iridescent glitter. The makers say it’s nourishing, loaded with antioxidants, up to 80 minutes water resistant, PBA and paraben free, with broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection. The product is vegan and the glitter is ‘non-irritant’, which is great to hear. Metro.

Talking about unexplained infertility was deeply moving. I felt OK for many years now, but we were all given the same prognosis. I think the hardest thing as you get older is that many who have children have another cycle of life to look forward to. Seeing their children grow up, reaching new milestones. But when you are childless, and both are siblings who also have no children, your legacy feels impotent. E-mailer: Emily 52. Weekends Woman's Hour: BBC Radio 4.

A woman was injured on Sunday during the UK Wife Carrying Championships in Dorking, Surrey. The man carrying her slipped in mud, sending the woman falling to the ground head-first. She appeared to have injured her back and was stretchered away by paramedics.There was no word on her condition. The bizarre annual event sees 40 participants carry their "wives" over the 380 metre course. The event is based on the Finnish legend of “Ronkainen the Robber,” whose gang pillaged villages and took the women. There's no requirement for the couples taking part to actually be married, or to even be romantically involved, and they can choose who carries whom. NewsFlare.

23-year-old Nadia Tasher had never heard of lupus when she began suffering from unusual, persistent symptoms that would eventually lead to her visiting the doctor over 80 times in a year. Doctors believed she was a hypochondriac who was suffering from the symptoms of anxiety. She wasn't suffering from anxiety or any other mental health issue; in fact she had severe lupus, the life-threatening, chronic illness that even many qualified doctors have very little understanding of. Lupus affects mainly women (90% of sufferers are female, in fact) and is a disease that causes your immune system to attack all your healthy organs and tissues. It can affect various parts of the body, but becomes most dangerous when it begins attacking the heart and lungs, potentially causing blood clots and in some instances, heart attacks.The first sign that something was wrong appeared four years ago, when Nadia started noticing a butterfly rash on her face - hair just feeling like it was getting thinner - began losing a lot of weight - experiencing severe joint pain. The doctors were so set on anxiety as a diagnosis, in fact, that they gave her a prescription of anti-anxiety medication which Nadia refused to take. Despite the fact she had even started doubting herself, Nadia continued to investigate her symptoms and eventually stumbled upon some information about lupus after an intensive Google search. Cosmopolitan.

Women launch petitions to ban 'Fortnite' because it’s ‘brainwashing’ and ‘corrupting’ their boyfriends.  It’s the game that’s consumed the lives of millions of people – and left an equal number wondering what on earth has gone wrong with their loved ones. Now women are venting their anger by starting petitions calling on the hit title Fortnite to be banned. There are up to a dozen petitions on the website Change.org started by ladies who are annoyed at the effect Fortnite is having on the men in their lives. Some of these petitions - which are not all entirely serious, we might add - have been signed by hundreds of people. Metro.

Men are paid more than women at 80% of firms that have submitted their gender pay figures, the Guardian reports Papers.

Sophie Willis from London, has 'Mast Cell Activation Syndrome' (MCAS) - a rare condition in which blood cells inappropriately react with certain foods and fragrances. The condition, which strikes around one in 150,000 people, means she can go into life-threatening anaphylactic shock, break out in rashes or have swollen lips. he wedding veil designer, from London, cannot consume yeast, meat, fish, diary and preservatives. She is also affected by sunlight and thunder. Mail.

 A woman whose skin tears from the slightest touch has defied the odds, living alone, holding a job and even travelling the world. Rachel Nasuti, 27, of Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA has been able to adapt to her severe case of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) so that she can be independent. Liveleak.

Scientists have uncovered how much the average person poos in their lifetime. An average woman, living to the US life expectancy of 81 years old, will create an astonishing 25,920lbs (11,757kg) of faeces, which is the equivalent of around three adult male hippos, a study by the University of California, San Diego, found. Due to western men typically dying at around 76 years old, most produce less at approximately 24,320lbs (11,030kg) of excrement in their lives, the research adds. Mail.

Women with heavy periods 'should have scans' to check they are not caused by an underlining condition which may result in fertility problems. Up to a quarter of women of reproductive age suffer heavy periods. Sometimes the bleeding is caused by underlying health conditions. They include polycystic ovary syndrome which can lead to infertility. Health watchdog Nice wants GPs to refer more patients for hospital tests. Mail.

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