News archive from 13 February 2018

Maha Shivaratri 2018: Quotes, messages and images to wish others

Millions of Hindus will celebrate Lord Shiva during the annual Maha Shivaratri festival today. The festival marks when, according to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva drank a pot of poison to save the universe. Hindus also celebrate Lord Shiva’s wedding to...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
Buying a house with a stranger is actually better than with a loved one

Buying a house with a stranger is actually better than with a loved one

A staggering 83% of young people in Britain claim they will never be able to buy their own home, new research has revealed. The study of 2,000 people aged between 18 and 40 by HSBC found that 14% would buy a home with a complete stranger in order to...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
Maha Shivaratri 2018: Everything you need to know about the Hindu festival

Maha Shivaratri 2018: Everything you need to know about the Hindu festival

Today marks Maha Shivaratri – one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu calendar. The date celebrates several myths surrounding Lord Shiva, a God often depicted smoking weed and blue in colour after drinking a pot of poison. Lord Shiva, seen as the...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
Troy: Fall Of A City: FIRST LOOK at Cast and characters of BBC new series

Troy: Fall Of A City: FIRST LOOK at Cast and characters of BBC new series

First look pictures of Troy: Fall Of A City reveal the cast and characters of the epic new BBC and Netflix series. Troy: Fall Of A City follows an epic love story based on Greek mythology. Louis Hunter plays Paris, a young shepherd who discovers he is...

 

Want to run faster? Just smile! Why projecting positivity will improve your athletic performance

Smiling could boost athletic performance, a new study claims.   Researchers found grinning can reduce an athlete's perceived effort, or how hard they feel they are working, making the sport easier for them. In fact, researchers say many top athletes,...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

In pain? Try an ice-cold dip: Doctors say swimming in cold water could be an alternative to strong painkillers

Swimming in cold water could be an alternative to strong painkillers, doctors believe. A short, sharp plunge into the open sea cured a British man of the debilitating pain he had been suffering for two and a half months. Experts at Cambridge...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Eat slowly and ENJOY your food to keep the weight off: Experts believe savouring every mouthful could be a...

Scoffing your food too quickly increases the risk of becoming overweight, research suggests. A study of 60,000 people found those who ate slowly were 42 per cent less likely to be overweight than fast eaters. The research, published in the journal BMJ...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Woman, 26, who thought she had a stray eyelash is diagnosed with first ever case of EYE WORMS found in humans

An Oregon woman has become the first person worldwide known to have had an eye infestation by a tiny worm species previously seen only in cattle. Abbey Beckley, now 28, was working on a commercial fishing boat in Alaska in the summer of 2016 when she...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

From spotty skin to shedding pounds: The eye-opening truth of what REALLY happens when you go from...

Outside, frost was glistening on the grass, but inside the low-beamed country pub, a log fire blazed and, as a bottle of wine was poured, waiters delivered plates piled high with roast beef, chicken and pork, all topped with giant Yorkshire puddings....

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Cannabis 'holiday' 4/20 linked to a spike in fatal car crashes, 25 years of data shows

Marijuana users' self-proclaimed holiday is linked with a slight increase in fatal US car crashes, an analysis of 25 years of data found. The study lacks evidence on whether pot was involved in any of the April 20 crashes, but marijuana can impair...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Stop drying out! In the season of chapped lips, flaky scalps and cracked feet, we rate the products that...

Freezing weather and stuffy central heating leaves our skin much drier in the winter, exacerbating conditions such as eczema, dandruff and dry eyes. But which products promising to tackle dryness, are worth buying? We asked experts to assess a...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Couples with a good sex life are MORE likely to cheat because they want more of it - with anyone that...

Having great sex in a relationship has traditionally been considered a factor that would stop either partner becoming unfaithful. But new research has found that having a good sex life may make one's partner more - not less - likely to stray, a study...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

ASK THE GP: I've got pills for my leaky heart valve - but do I need an operation? DR MARTIN SCURR answers...

Two years ago I was diagnosed with a leaky heart valve. I was prescribed 75mg clopidogrel and at the time, this worked. Now, at the grand old age of 83, although I’m still taking long walks and maintaining my large garden, my breathing is laboured and...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Cancer. Asthma. Diabetes. These are just some of the diseases that could be detected from your FINGERPRINT

Fingerprints, long used to solve crimes, may also help track down people at risk of diseases before any symptoms appear. New research suggests that women with specific types of fingerprints — namely fewer loops and more arches — may be more at risk of...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 

Saved from sepsis by a sharp-eyed nurse after others dismissed it as flu

The ambulance crew who arrived at Angela Burns’s home told her they thought she just had flu. Angela agreed. As the Welsh Assembly Member for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire recalls: ‘I’d begun shivering two days earlier but as it was February...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Health
 


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