Health Headlines: Coffee and sex stroke risk, happiness gene and HPA warns over abolition

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Coffee and sex stroke risk - BBC
Coffee, sex and blowing your nose could increase the risk of a type of stroke, say researchers in the Netherlands.
Sex and coffee 'trigger stroke'


Happiness gene found - Daily Telegraph
A "happiness gene" which has a strong influence on how satisfied people are with their lives, has been discovered.
'Happiness gene' discovered

HPA warns over abolition - Guardian
Health Protection Agency says upheaval caused by its abolition could pose 'extreme risks' during Olympic Games.
Health agency issues Olympics emergency warning

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