News archive from 23 June 2015, page 3

TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd £150m spree, rivals eye Arsenal star, Newcastle eye Chelsea target

Manchester United are ready to splash a staggering £150m on four new additions in their major summer overhaul. Along with the £25m signing of Memphis Depay, United want Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, Real Madrid stars Sergio Ramos and Karim...

Daily Star, 00:38 in Sport
 

So that's why ice cream gives you a headache! And other quirky truths about our bodies revealed in a new book 

Will cracking your joints give you arthritis? Why does mucus turn green? These are just some of the quirky questions answered in a new book by scientists Greg Brown and Mitchell Moffit. Based on their YouTube channel, AsapSCIENCE, which has an...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Health
 

Secrets of an A-list body: How to get Chris Pratt's trim physique 

We reveal how to get the enviable physiques of the stars. This week, Chris Pratt.  Actor Chris Pratt wowed London at the premiere of his latest film, Jurassic World, showing off his trim physique in a fitted blue suit. The caption 'six months no beer'...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Health
 

Could fast food make you moody? Those who consume the most trans fats 'have greater difficulty with mood...

Trans fats, found in some fast foods and baked goods, may affect emotional wellbeing - and reducing the amount you eat could improve your mood, suggests a U.S. study. Reporting in the Journal of Health Psychology, the researchers analysed the diets of...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Health
 

ASK THE DOCTOR: Breast cancer surgery has made my arm swell 

After breast cancer four years ago, having had my lymph nodes removed from under my arm, I was left with a common condition called lymphoedema. Problems arise constantly and I need advice, so am forced to go to a lymphoedema specialist. Why is it that...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Health
 

ME AND MY OPERATION: Tiny wire in your heart to keep it beating in time 

A new way of implanting pacemakers means more patients could benefit from them. David Richer, 70, a retired sales manager from Poole, Dorset, had the procedure, as he tells OONA MASHTA. THE PATIENT Until my 50s, I played lots of sport - cricket,...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Health
 
Eurozone leaders echo hopes of Greek deal

Eurozone leaders echo hopes of Greek deal

Eurozone leaders have echoed hopes that a deal can be struck within days to stop Greece defaulting on its debt. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said new proposals offered by Greece constituted "some progress". But she said more work was...

BBC, 00:42 in World News
 
Greek crisis talks in Brussels hit by fresh blow

Greek crisis talks in Brussels hit by fresh blow

Hopes of a resolution to the Greek crisis suffered a new blow yesterday - after the Greek government submitted revised proposals too late for heads of state to come to a decision which could keep the country from defaulting and falling out of the...

 
Indonesia rejects death row convict’s final appeal

Indonesia rejects death row convict’s final appeal

An INDONESIAN court yesterday rejected the final appeal of a French citizen who faces execution for drug offences. It set the stage for diplomatic retaliation by France after executions of other foreigners strained relations with Australia and...

 
Dog-meat lovers flock to annual Chinese festival

Dog-meat lovers flock to annual Chinese festival

Restaurateurs in a southern Chinese town held an annual dog meat festival yesterday despite international criticism of the event as cruel and unhygienic. The Yulin government distanced itself from the festival and announced new restrictions, but many...

 
Taleban suicide bomber hits Afghan parliament

Taleban suicide bomber hits Afghan parliament

A TALEBAN suicide bomber struck the entrance to the Afghan parliament in Kabul yesterday and gunmen tried to storm the heavily guarded compound, setting off a gun battle with police that left two people dead. Politicians were meeting inside to vote on...

 
Details revealed for the Tour in Northumberland

Details revealed for the Tour in Northumberland

Route plans for the prestigious Aviva Tour of Britain cycle race have been announced today, including details of the two stages in Northumberland. For Stage Four, the race will start in Scotland and then enter Northumberland heading along a route from...

 

Climate change 'threat to health'

Climate change could have "potentially catastrophic effects" for human health, undermining all the health gains in the last half century, experts have warned. But tackling climate change by cutting emissions from energy, transport and...

 

Disabled consumers' costs targeted

Disabled people should be "bold and loud" and demand more as consumers to combat the financial penalties they face over everyday living costs, an inquiry has found. Businesses are being encouraged to improve the experiences of disabled...

 

Hate 'everyday reality' for gays

Some gay people in sleepy villages and rural towns are being relentlessly bullied because of their sexuality - leaving some too scared to leave the house, an expert has warned. Life for LGBT people in small towns and villages is far from easy,...

 


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