News archive from 11 May 2014

I was branded mentally ill for 20 years when all I had was bad PMT: The severe hormonal disorder affecting...

For most of her life, Hannah Christmas had been labelled mentally ill. Dogged by crippling depression and memory lapses, and at times unable to read or write properly because it felt as if her brain was ‘slowing down’, doctors told her she had a...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 

Operation Barbie Girl: The sometimes barbaric new procedures that don't just correct defects - but promises...

For all her plus points, Barbie is hardly a body role model. Or shouldn’t be. But the challenge of patients who expect to look just as inhumanly perfect was a major topic at the American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons conference this...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 
Doncaster band miss out on Eurovision victory

Doncaster band miss out on Eurovision victory

A band whose members originally hail from Doncaster have missed out on victory in tonight's Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. Firelight, whose members have roots in South Yorkshire, performed their indie folk song at the colourful musical...

 

'Claw hand' jab cure for a VERY awkward kink: New hope for male patients suffering from common sexual...

A jab used for ‘claw hand’ may offer hope to male patients suffering a common cause of sexual dysfunction. Peyronie’s disease (PD) is caused by the growth and hardening of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis, leading to abnormal curvature,...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 

Health Notes: Too muscly for Pompeii - so Kit Harrington cuts out bread

Game Of Thrones heart-throb Kit Harington – who plays raven-haired Jon Snow – has given up bread in his quest to stay in shape. It’s the latest chapter in his diet saga after he piled on two stone for new film Pompeii, then found he had put on too...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 
Eurovision 2014: Leicestershire's Molly Smitten-Downes misses out as Conchita storms to victory

Eurovision 2014: Leicestershire's Molly Smitten-Downes misses out as Conchita storms to victory

Singer songwriter Molly Smitten-Downes missed out on winning tonight's Eurovision Song Contest with her own composition Children of the Universe. She was the last of the 26 international acts to take to the stage at the cavernous B&W Hallerne in...

 
Buxton bottling plant plans spark controversy

Buxton bottling plant plans spark controversy

Plans for a new water bottling plant using Rockhead Spring in Buxton have been slammed by residents who say its construction will cause significant noise and traffic disruption. The proposal, for the site of the former Cowdale Quarry off the A6,...

 
Dani Garavelli: Glasgow’s Turner Prize winners

Dani Garavelli: Glasgow’s Turner Prize winners

WHAT is it about Glasgow that keeps turning out Turner Prize winners, asks Dani Garavelli IN Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building, a dozen tourists crane their necks as a guide points up the wood-panelled staircase to the bright exhibition...

 
On the verge of commercially viable tidal energy

On the verge of commercially viable tidal energy

A UNIVERSITY spin-out company is poised to become the first tidal energy technology developer to produce commercially viable electricity. Tests are now being carried out at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney on a turbine device and mooring...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Business
 
Terry Murden: Council fuels economic confidence

Terry Murden: Council fuels economic confidence

SMILE of confidence as capital fills in the gaps says Ter Murden For those still struggling to find a job or make ends meet the news last week that the long recession is finally over may have been received as welcome news, or as a bad joke. The...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Business
 
Gilson Gray poach talent to form new legal firm

Gilson Gray poach talent to form new legal firm

THE biggest full-service legal firm to open in Scotland in more than 100 years has been launched after cherry-picking staff from rival practices. Gilson Gray has attracted a significant team of what it claims are market-leading specialists from across...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Business
 
Bill Jamieson: The costly divorce of independence

Bill Jamieson: The costly divorce of independence

WHEN the dust settles, independence could prove to be a very costly divorce warns Bill Jamieson HOW might a Yes vote for independence affect financial markets? And what are the broad questions that would concern those with investments in Scotland and,...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Business
 
Buxton bottling plant plans spark controversy

Buxton bottling plant plans spark controversy

Plans for a new water bottling plant using Rockhead Spring in Buxton have been slammed by residents who say its construction will cause significant noise and traffic disruption. The proposal, for the site of the former Cowdale Quarry off the A6,...

 
Michael Gove's 'lunatic' £400m raid to rescue his free schools vision

Michael Gove's 'lunatic' £400m raid to rescue his free schools vision

Senior Liberal Democrats say Michael Gove has raided £400m from a fund that guarantees school places for pupils. Photograph: Amer Ghazzal/Barcroft Media The coalition government has descended into open war on education as senior Liberal Democrats said...

Guardian, 00:04 in Learning
 
Exercise improves academic ability

Exercise improves academic ability

CHILDREN who play sport and exercise can improve their academic performance, experts have claimed. While boosting health and fitness are often promoted as the key benefits to increased physical activity, growing ­attention is now being given to its...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Hot News
 


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