News archive from 6 September 2016

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Tuesday, September 6

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Tuesday's meetings at Leicester, Redcar, Perth and Worcester. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next William Haggas to consider racing Muthmir at the totescoop6... It started...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Fernando Santos insists Portugal will not change playing style despite 'ugly ducklings' triumph at Euro 2016 

Fernando Santos has hit back at critics who claim Portugal are dull to watch by claiming his side will stick to the philosophy that won them Euro 2016  Santos was forced to shrug off criticism that Portugal were unattractive during the tournament in...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Ross Barkley needs to match the consistency of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard in order to become a top...

Gareth Barry thinks Ross Barkley has 'all the ability' but needs to match the consistency of Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard if he wants to be considered as a top player. Barkley, 22, was not included in the latest England squad by Sam Allardyce...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Antibiotics warning after study finds that babies who are given them are more likely to develop eczema and hayfever

Antibiotics warning after study finds that babies who are given them are more likely to develop eczema and...

CHILDREN given antibiotics before the age of two are significantly more likely to suffer eczema or hay fever when they grow up, a study shows. Research involving almost 400,000 people found exposure to antibiotics early in life is linked to an...

 
Misery of woman who was on methadone for 22 years after just a one year heroin addiction

Misery of woman who was on methadone for 22 years after just a one year heroin addiction

THE desperate existence of Lisa Blair is etched on her emaciated face. The misery she endured during 22 years on a methadone programme would be difficult for most Scots to comprehend. Lisa, 43, was a heroin addict for one year but has spent most of...

 
Admiral Fallow lead line-up for Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

Admiral Fallow lead line-up for Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

GLASGOW band Admiral Fallow, theatre maker Cora Bissett and writer Alan Bissett are among the names taking part in the 10th Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival. Falkirk writer Alan Bissett’s play about the life of Pink Floyd frontman Syd...

 

Froome can't eat into Quintana's Vuelta lead

Chris Froome did not make up ground on leader Nairo Quintana as attention focused on the sprinters in stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana. The Tour de France winner finished in the peloton, alongside Quintana, after Luxemburg's Jean-Pierre Drucker won a...

 
E-cigarette ads may cause children to underestimate smoking risks – study

E-cigarette ads may cause children to underestimate smoking risks – study

E-cigarette advertising may be leading children to believe occasional tobacco smoking is not harmful, and is potentially prompting more young people to experiment with smoking, a study has claimed. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
Kids' school packed lunches still full of junk food, research finds

Kids' school packed lunches still full of junk food, research finds

Parents are still packing their children’s school lunchboxes with junk food, despite high-profile awareness campaigns on childhood obesity and guidance provided by consumer groups, research has found. The Leeds University study published on Tuesday...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

Calls to tackle ‘unacceptable’ stigma faced by MS patients

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) often face “unacceptable” levels of stigma, according to a new survey that found nearly half of patients had been mistakenly accused of being drunk due to difficulties walking. A poll of people living with MS found...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Health
 

Keith Vaz tapes that prove he was NOT set up, NOT drugged and is NOT fit to chair vice review

Claims scandal-hit Labour MP Keith Vaz may have been drugged when he paid for sex with male prostitutes are exposed by new revelations about his encounter with the escorts. A friend of the under-pressure Home Affairs Select chairman suggested he might...

 
Fall in ovarian cancer deaths worldwide linked to contraceptive pill use

Fall in ovarian cancer deaths worldwide linked to contraceptive pill use

Deaths from ovarian cancer have fallen around the world, largely because of the widespread use of the contraceptive pill, according to a major new study. Another factor is the decline in long-term use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), according to...

Guardian, 00:12 in Health
 

Commuters raise cash to sue DfT

by Peter Lazenby ANGRY Southern Rail passengers have launched an appeal to pay for taking legal action over the management of the disastrous rail network, and rail union RMT says the pressure is mounting on the government. The Association of British...

 

Firefighters rescue more people than ever before

by Conrad Landin Industrial Reporter FIREFIGHTERS rescued more people last year than ever before, according to research published yesterday. Figures obtained by the Fire Brigades Union show that more than 41,000 people were rescued by firefighters...

 

MP Vaz faces sleaze probe after liaisons

Tory MP asks watchdog to step in after prostitute exposé by Our News Desk KEITH VAZ is facing a possible investigation by Parliament’s sleaze watchdog after claims that the Leicester East MP paid for sex with two male prostitutes. The high-profile...

 


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