News archive from 8 December 2013, page 1

Bitter remorse of Britain's fattest man: Barry Austin used to consume 29,000 calories a day in a grotesque...

0 View comments In his 20s, Barry Austin was on a mission to become Britain's fattest man. Famously, he consumed up to 29,000 calories a day in his bid to claim the dubious record. He starred in documentaries, had his own magazine column and even...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

The clue is in the eyes: British scientists develop ground-breaking camera test to diagnose serious mental...

British scientists have developed a ground-breaking camera test that can diagnose a range of serious mental health problems by analysing patients' eye movements. The revolutionary technology works using a theory more than a century old that abnormal...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

Save your kidneys - by dyeing them green: Cancer breakthrough as luminous liquid lets surgeons locate and...

A new procedure that combines luminous green dye, robotics and 3D vision is enabling surgeons to remove kidney tumours accurately - meaning patients no longer need lose the entire organ. Such tumours can be extremely difficult to diagnose and locate,...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

Children suffering from juvenile arthritis given hope as new drug is approved

0 View comments Thousands of children with the most severe type of juvenile arthritis can now benefit from a newly licensed drug that eases symptoms. Trial data shows that after 40 weeks of treatment with the drug RoActemra (tocilizumab), two-thirds...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

Health Notes: I'm A Celebrity jungle star Matthew Wright's real fight for survival

I'm A Celebrity star Matthew Wright is the latest personality to sign up to support Everyday Heroes, the St John Ambulance awards - run in association with The Mail on Sunday - that honour those who have given life-saving first aid. The Wright Stuff...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

Bitter remorse of Britain's fattest man: Barry Austin used to consume 29,000 calories a day in a grotesque...

0 View comments In his 20s, Barry Austin was on a mission to become Britain's fattest man. Famously, he consumed up to 29,000 calories a day in his bid to claim the dubious record. He starred in documentaries, had his own magazine column and even...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

The clue is in the eyes: British scientists develop ground-breaking camera test to diagnose serious mental...

British scientists have developed a ground-breaking camera test that can diagnose a range of serious mental health problems by analysing patients' eye movements. The revolutionary technology works using a theory more than a century old that abnormal...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 

Save your kidneys - by dyeing them green: Cancer breakthrough as luminous liquid lets surgeons locate and...

A new procedure that combines luminous green dye, robotics and 3D vision is enabling surgeons to remove kidney tumours accurately - meaning patients no longer need lose the entire organ. Such tumours can be extremely difficult to diagnose and locate,...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 
Nelson Mandela: Day Of Prayer And Reflection

Nelson Mandela: Day Of Prayer And Reflection

South Africans are gathering in churches, synagogues and mosques across the country to observe a national day of "prayer and reflection" in honour of the late Nelson Mandela. President Jacob Zuma will attend a service at the Bryanston...

 

Children suffering from juvenile arthritis given hope as new drug is approved

0 View comments Thousands of children with the most severe type of juvenile arthritis can now benefit from a newly licensed drug that eases symptoms. Trial data shows that after 40 weeks of treatment with the drug RoActemra (tocilizumab), two-thirds...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 
Iraq: Soldiers To Face 11 Inquiries Over Deaths

Iraq: Soldiers To Face 11 Inquiries Over Deaths

British troops are facing 11 separate inquiries into their conduct in Iraq following a ruling by the High Court, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed. The "semi-inquests" will be held into cases of 11 Iraqi civilians who died in UK...

 

Health Notes: I'm A Celebrity jungle star Matthew Wright's real fight for survival

I'm A Celebrity star Matthew Wright is the latest personality to sign up to support Everyday Heroes, the St John Ambulance awards - run in association with The Mail on Sunday - that honour those who have given life-saving first aid. The Wright Stuff...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Health
 
MPs' Pay: Watchdog To Give £7,600 Pay Rise

MPs' Pay: Watchdog To Give £7,600 Pay Rise

MPs are to get an inflation-busting 11% pay rise after a watchdog refused to scale back the increase at a time voters are feeling the squeeze. The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) will unveil its final proposals next week -...

 

'You look like movie star and dance like a goddess': Abbey Clancy is heaped with praise once again...

She was the first celebrity to get forty points the week before with her very impressive salsa. And on Saturday evening Abbey Clancy once again showed she owns the dance floor as she performed a stunning waltz alongside her partner Aljaz Skorjanec on...

 
Sports-mad South Africa salutes Mandela 'The Captain'

Sports-mad South Africa salutes Mandela 'The Captain'

The tributes stretched across the sporting spectrum, from club cricket and fun runs to top fixtures such as a League Cup final between Platinum Stars and Orlando Pirates, the Soweto giants believed to have been Mandela's favourite football side. In...

 


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