News archive from 6 October 2017

Men should NEVER eat placenta: We explain why this bizarre trend makes no sense as Jason Biggs reveals he...

Jason Biggs ate his wife's placenta for no good reason, experts say. A growing number of mothers have recently been choosing to ingest their own placentas - either dried, ground and encapsulated, or in smoothie - after giving birth. The practice has...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Watching sports can have the same effect on your heart as EXERCISE, study reveals

The excitement of watching a close game could have the same effect on your heart that exercise does, a new study has found. Researchers from Royal West Academy in Canada found that experiencing the joy of a victory or the heartbreak of a defeat can...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

CDC declares that people on HIV medication cannot transmit the virus to sexual partners

The CDC has declared that HIV patients cannot transmit the virus to sexual partners if they have suppressed their viral load with medication. Until now, the agency has refused to say for certain that people who religiously take HIV drugs are not a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Alzheimer's sufferer, 55, describes agony of becoming violent and losing his memories because of the disease

Former newspaper editor Greg O'Brien has spoken out about the overwhelming anger that Alzheimer's patients experience - and what this does to their families. O'Brien talks openly about the rage that swallows him when he becomes confused and forgetful...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

How evolution has driven mass murders - particularly among older men

Mass murders committed by men may be linked to evolutionary last-ditch attempts to gain, or hold on to status, one psychologist's research suggests. Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas shooter that killed 59 people, has been described as a poor fit for the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

The shock number of new retirees MORE stressed than when they worked

Nearly one in five people who have retired in the past 10 years are more stressed now than when they worked, research suggests. Rather than later life being a golden opportunity to relax, 18% of those who have retired in the past decade say they are...

 

I genuinely thought we were going to score, insists Gordon Strachan after Scotland claim dramatic late...

Gordon Strachan thanked the ‘footballing Gods’ on Thursday night as Scotland remain tantalisingly close to a World Cup play-off spot after a last-gasp winner against 10-man Slovakia. On a night when his side hit the crossbar twice and visiting...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

GMB demands government action over Moorfield delays

GMB called for government intervention yesterday after the company in charge of building a £10 billion nuclear power station in Cumbria admitted that the project will be delayed.   The Moorside nuclear power station was scheduled to begin producing...

 

Leeds lecturers to strike over 'new catch-all power' to sack staff

Lecturers at Leeds University will strike for three days next week over what their union has condemned as a “sackers’ charter.” University authorities want to change disciplinary procedures by including as a cause for dismissal “some other substantial...

 

Tory housing pledge 'meaningless,' says Fuel Poverty Action

Government planning to build 'more draughty fire traps' THE Tories’ extra £2 billion for affordable housing will be meaningless if it’s just put into more draughty fire traps, campaigners warn. Theresa May managed to splutter out the pledge during her...

 

Saudi killing ‘not as bad as other states doing it’

Riyadh ‘taking steps to improve protection of children,’ says UN despite deaths THE Saudi-led invasion coalition in Yemen has made this year’s United Nations blacklist of child-killers — but on a list of lesser sinners. The coalition’s inclusion on a...

 

Isis continues its collapse in Iraq

THE military collapse of Isis continued yesterday, when Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the liberation of Hawija, west of Kirkuk. Speaking in Paris at a press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron, Mr Abadi hailed the city’s...

 

Socialists gain ground against left and right

by Nick Wright in Alentejo Portugal’s ruling Socialist Party gained ground in this week’s local elections at the expense of the communist-led alliance. Prime Minister Antonio Costa’s Socialists came top in 158 of the country’s 308 biggest...

 

Let’s be rid of the parasites

LORD Kerr of Kinlochard’s observation that Tory divisions over Brexit might prompt an early general election by the end of next year could seem unduly cautious. After all, an upbeat, policy-packed and disciplined Labour Party conference has just been...

 

A life committed to education and socialist history

Stan Newens and David Morgan write on the life of TONY ATIENZA – 1921 to 2017 A FORMER head teacher of Latton Bush Comprehensive School, Harlow, Anthony David Atienza died on September 14 in a care home at Bury St Edmunds aged 95 years. Born on...

 


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