News archive from 8 June 2016

Gaining weight BETWEEN pregnancies 'doubles the risk of your baby suffering life-threatening condition' 

Gaining weight between pregnancies increases the risk a second child will suffer a life-threatening condition, new research reveals. Babies of mothers who piled on the pounds were found to be 78 per cent more likely to suffer meconium aspiration,...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 

How COPPER could help combat obesity: Essential nutrient 'plays a key role in breaking down fat cells' 

In the quest to combat the spiraling obesity epidemic, a team of scientists believe copper may hold the key. Long prized as a malleable, conductive metal used in cookware, electronics, jewellery and plumbing, copper has gained an increasing amount of...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 

Tiger Woods to miss US Open

Tiger Woods has announced he will not play at the US Open at Oakmont in two weeks' time as he continues his recovery from injury. The former world number one has not played competitively since finishing joint 10th in the Wyndham Championship in August...

 

Travel cover that's useless if your bag's pinched on the beach: Cheap deals are being peddled online – but...

Holidaymakers who buy travel insurance from price comparison websites are being pushed towards policies that are full of holes, a Money Mail investigation reveals today. Our tests show that three in five of the cheapest deals listed on comparison...

 

Investors dumping British assets over Brexit fears with some £65bn leaving the UK in March and April 

Investors are shifting billions of pounds out of British assets amid uncertainty over the outcome of the referendum on membership of the European Union, figures suggest. Some £65bn either left the UK or was converted into other currencies such as the...

 

There’s an unexpected way to boost your chances of surviving cancer

There seems to be an unexpected way to improve your chances of surviving cancer. Married people are more likely to live through cancer, compared to those who are single, a study suggests. Preliminary research on almost 60,000 people with a range of...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 

'Business has got an image problem': Meet the Advertising guru who told Sorrell his £70m pay deal was too much

Rita Clifton, at 58, has a slender figure many women 30 years her junior would envy. She also has a weight loss tip: become a chief executive. ‘I call it the CEO diet,’ she says, tongue-in-cheek. ‘I lost half a stone in two months when I became a...

 

Unfairly fired: Rogue trader who lost his bank £3.8bn in one of the biggest trading scandals in history...

A rogue trader who lost billions in one of the biggest trading scandals in history was unfairly dismissed, a court has ruled. Jerome Kerviel was fired by Societe Generale in 2008 and jailed after racking up a record trading loss of £3.8billion at the...

 

Hollywood stars turn out for Glamour Women Of The Year awards

Hollywood royalty descended on London for the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards on Tuesday. The star-studded gathering, held in a specially built marquee in Mayfair's Berkeley Square, saw famous names from the world of entertainment recognised at the...

 

MARKET REPORT: Ocado sinks as grocers fear new internet threat and a growing trend towards convenience stores 

Ocado was one of the biggest fallers as investors got to grips with a trolley full of supermarket news. Sainsbury's trading today is expected to reveal the retailer is under increasing pressure from a growing consumer trend towards convenience stores...

 

DIRECTOR'S DEALS: Mariana Resources chief Eric Roth cashes in on mining boom

Eric Roth, chief operating officer at Mariana Resource, has sold more than third of his stake in the mining business. The 50-year-old sold 2.8million shares in the Aim-listed firm just two weeks after they reached a 52-week high of 3.97p on May 24. ...

 

Bomber jacket boost helps New Look report a nearly 17% jump in profit

Demand for bomber jackets, sportswear and camouflage designs helped New Look report a nearly 17 per cent jump in profit. Unlike many fashion chains which have warned unseasonable weather this year and last hit sales, New Look said sales at stores open...

 

Tycoons in the Lions Den: Sport Direct's Mike Ashley and Sir Philip Green are almost polar opposites, says...

Charges of corporate shenanigans are currently producing a rich vein of testimony before Commons select committees. The publicity shy deputy chairman and founder of Sport Direct, Mike Ashley, is virtually an unknown figure to the public, aside from...

 

Queen of the City comes clean: Financier Robin Saunders admits introducing Sir Philip Green to BHS fraudster 

A top banker once dubbed the Queen of the City admitted introducing Sir Philip Green to a convicted fraudster – in a move which effectively paved the way for BHS to be sold for £1. Robin Saunders, who made her name at German bank WestLB in the early...

 
Human organs could be grown inside PIGS to stop shortage for transplants

Human organs could be grown inside PIGS to stop shortage for transplants

Researchers from the University of California,  have injected human stem cells into pig embryos to produce human-pig embryos known as chimeras. The human-pig chimeric embryos will look like a normal pig's embryo, but one of their organs - the pancreas...

 


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