News archive from 6 June 2017

Sony PS4 Controller upgrade? PlayStation talk elite gamepads ahead of E3 2017

Sony PS4 Controller upgrade? PlayStation talk elite gamepads ahead of E3 2017

Currently, third-party elite gamepads for the PS4 are available, although there aren’t a huge range. The Razer Raiju and Nacon Revolution are two officially licensed PS4 pro controllers launched in the SIEE last year. NEWS: NEW PLAYSTATION 4 CONSOLE...

 

Everything you MUST know about your child and the new chickenpox jab (And how it could have transformed the...

Lesley Swift was not overly concerned when a tell-tale red spot appeared on the back of her daughter leg three years ago. ‘Chickenpox was doing the rounds at school, so I knew immediately what it was — all the mums were talking about it,’ recalls...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 

Do I have to take pills for my dicky heart? DR MARTIN SCURR answers questions from readers

Is there an alternative life-style regimen instead of the recognised medication route for atrial fibrillation? Brian Thake, by email. Atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm abnormality, is where a patient’s heartbeat becomes ‘irregularly...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 

The magic Marmite mineral that makes you sleep better: It's magnesium - and it's in the most delicious foods!

Magnesium may not be a mineral you pay much attention to, but recent statistics suggest we are not getting enough of it. And that matters, because it plays an important role in many functions and processes in the body, from helping us turn the food we...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 

One in five weight-loss surgery patients get hooked on opioids after their procedure, figures show

One in five adults who undergo weight-loss surgery will get hooked on prescription painkillers for years after, alarming new statistics show.  Although most patients wean themselves off their post-operation pills in a matter of months, figures show a...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 

We need hope now more than ever

Though we must grieve, we must not let the hand of progress be stayed at this important time, says MATTHEW SHEWBRIDGE BRITAIN is in turmoil and confusion reigns. An imminent snap election punctuated by terror attacks against the backdrop of...

 

Cricket - Morgan: we are in a confident mood

Captain believes England can match New Zealand Eoin Morgan is confident England can match New Zealand man for man in Cardiff today — unlike in the embarrassing defeat against the Black Caps in their last meeting at a global one-day international...

 

Lloyd open to City return after successful stint

Carli Lloyd refused to close the door on a return to Manchester City yesterday, tipping the Citizens to improve this summer after narrowly missing out on the Spring Series. The current Fifa world player of the year will return to Houston Dash after...

 

Ex-Toon star Tiote dies after training collapse

Former Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote tragically died yesterday after collapsing following training in China. The player’s spokesman confirmed in a statement that the 30-year-old died following a training session with Chinese second-tier side...

 

‘Cities of unbridled capitalism are barbarism’

GORAN THERBORN talks to Michal Boncza about his new book Cities of Power, an incisive Marxist analysis of how modern capital cities work, who controls them and what class struggles define them PROFESSOR Goran Therborn is nothing if not a globetrotter....

 

Izzy fit? Afraid not, as Blues duo miss out on U21 squad

Brown and Loftus-Cheek fail to make trip to Poland for Euro 2017 Chels ea duo Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Izzy Brown were ruled out of Euro 2017 after England Under-21s named their final squad yesterday. Loftus-Cheek has been struggling with a back injury...

 

Artful dodger Theresa May burned by GMB’s Roache

THERESA MAY was branded “the artful dodger” by GMB leader Tim Roache yesterday. In his keynote address to his union’s congress, Mr Roache poured scorn on the Tory pledge to support new workplace rights. “Forgive my scepticism when Theresa May says...

 

Hospitals ramp up security in wake of terror attack

LONDON hospitals have beefed up security measures in the aftermath of Saturday’s terror attack. Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust, situated close to the attack in London Bridge, announced yesterday it was operating “with enhanced security.”...

 

Charities warn Tory cuts will strip families of safety nets

FAMILIES face a nightmare of suffering ahead due to “drastic” Tory cuts, leading charities warned in a joint statement yesterday. Conservative cuts to benefits and services has removed the “safety net” that has kept millions off the streets, safe from...

 

US: Orlando hit by another gunman on rampage

POLICE in the US state of Florida said yesterday five people had been killed in a shooting on an Orlando industrial estate. They said the attacker was a disgruntled former worker at a business making awnings for camper vans on the estate who had been...

 


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