News archive from 25 March 2015, page 17

Antibiotics linked to a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes: Repeated use of some types of treatment can...

Repeated use of some types of antibiotic may raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, warn researchers. Findings from a new US study underline the need to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions, it is claimed. More than 3 million Britons are...

Daily Mail, 08:20 in Health
 

Air pollution linked to raised stroke risk: Studies reveal smog connected to death, anxiety and hospital...

Exposure to air pollution increases the risk of dying from stroke say British researchers. A new review found a link with short-term exposure to carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and soot particles. The review shows a rising risk of...

Daily Mail, 08:20 in Health
 

Dangers of buying cheap breast milk on the internet: Experts warn milk sold online should be screened for...

Breast milk for sale on the internet can pose serious health risks, experts have warned. Milk sold online can be cheaper than from regulated milk banks, and is often bought by mothers who are unable to breastfeed, as well as cancer sufferers,...

Daily Mail, 08:20 in Health
 
'Cheeky smile' from Connor Lynes after brain surgery - support from around the world

'Cheeky smile' from Connor Lynes after brain surgery - support from around the world

CRITICALLY ill teenager Connor Lynes has managed a "cheeky smile" after undergoing surgery to remove a blood clot on his brain. Connor, 14, is fighting for his life after he collapsed on Sunday morning after being injured while playing for...

 
Mother And Son Among Germanwings Crash Victims

Mother And Son Among Germanwings Crash Victims

A mother and son from Australia were among the 150 victims of the Germanwings air crash in the French Alps. The family of Carol and Greig Friday, who had been on holiday together, have said they are "crippled with sadness" at their loss....

 

Killer newt the size of a car is found in Portugal

Even notorious newt-fancier Ken Livingstone, the former Mayor of London, might draw the line at this one. Scientists have found a newt the size of a car in Portugal - which was a big-league predator during the rise of the dinosaurs. Hundreds of the...

Metro, 08:25 in Hot News
 
Annie Brown: Pretty Woman is still a source of debate for its glamorisation of prostitution

Annie Brown: Pretty Woman is still a source of debate for its glamorisation of prostitution

IT is 25 years since Pretty Woman hit our screens and I can still quote whole scenes verbatim. All those years of education and I barely remember a jot but if there was an exam for Pretty Woman, I would ace it. One of the three girls I was living with...

 

Tunis terrorists ripped heart out of my family says grief-stricken father of Sally Adey

The father of Sally Adey has hit out at the terrorists who murdered her in the Tunis terror attack - and told how her death has ripped the heart out of the family. Retired Wing Commander Robert 'Bob' Johnson has written a moving letter about the...

 
Female polar bear arrives in Scotland for cubs attempt

Female polar bear arrives in Scotland for cubs attempt

Highland Wildlife Park/PA Wire Victoria, the UK's only female polar bear, arrives at her new home today THE UK's only female polar bear will arrive at Highland Wildlife Park today where she will meet a potential mate named Arktos, who lives with...

 
Steve Diamond sets out Sale Sharks' numbers game

Steve Diamond sets out Sale Sharks' numbers game

SALE boss Steve Diamond believes the Sharks will need to win four of their five remaining Premiership games to guarantee a top six finish – and so qualify for next season’s lucrative European Champions Cup. Going into Sunday’s home clash with...

 
Danny Cipriani all fired up for Sale Sharks' return

Danny Cipriani all fired up for Sale Sharks' return

Having been part of one of the most sensational Six Nations finishes in history, England fly-half Danny Cipriani has returned to Sale ready to play his part in another dramatic finale as the Sharks seek a second successive top six Premiership finish....

 

Can you add any more rude place names to this list?

Every now and then you come across a place that's got something amusing about it and causes a bit of a giggle. So it's handy, then, that someone has decided to create an interactive map that details a whole host of amusing place names. The map's...

Metro, 08:32 in Hot News
 
Travellers facing court eviction from Derby market site

Travellers facing court eviction from Derby market site

TRAVELLERS on Derby's Wholesale Market have not left as they had said they would - and are now facing eviction. On Monday afternoon, there were three caravans and two other vehicles, belonging to the travellers on the site. It has now emerged that, on...

 
Jeremy Clarkson will be sacked by the BBC today

Jeremy Clarkson "will be sacked" by the BBC today

Jeremy Clarkson will be sacked by the BBC today, according to The Daily Telegraph. The newspaper is reporting that an internal BBC investigation has found that Mr Clarkson did attack a Top Gear producer. According to the paper it is understood a...

 

Two people wounded in Turkey by explosion of munitions possibly from Syria

"There was minor material damage in residences near where the ordnance landed and two people suffered minor injuries," the statement said. Turkey has kept its border with Syria open throughout its five-year civil war and the conflict has...

 


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