News archive from 27 February 2018

Guardian wins seven SJA awards with double honours for Daniel Taylor

Guardian wins seven SJA awards with double honours for Daniel Taylor

Daniel Taylor picked up two of the seven prizes won by the Guardian at the Sports Journalists’ Association awards on Monday night, being named the football journalist of the year and the sports writer of the year. The Guardian’s chief football writer...

Guardian, 00:00 in Sport
 

BEAST FROM THE EAST: NHS warns people to stay well and stock up as Siberian weather arrives

The NHS is urging people across the North East and North Cumbria to take care of themselves and their neighbours as freezing weather blows in this week. Cold weather can be very harmful to health and around 25,000 more people die over the course of...

 

Years of depression linked to brain inflammation - and scientists suggest treating it like Alzheimer's

Years of depression can cause brain inflammation that has been linked to degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, a new study revealed.   About 1.5 percent of all American adults suffer from persistent depressive disorder, a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

One in five American children are obese - and the youngest kids are at the greatest risk, national study finds

Nearly 14 percent of America's youngest children – those between two and five years old – are now obese, according to newly-released data. Researchers at Duke University analyzed data from the CDC's National health and Nutrition Examination Survey and...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

ASK THE GP: How do I get rid of a dry cough I've had for 50 YEARS?

I’m in my mid 70s and have suffered from dry coughs for years, which now occur regularly every day.  I have visited my GP several times over the years and each time he’s examined my throat he’s said there was no infection, and it was ‘nothing to worry...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Sculpt your body using nothing more than a resistance band - Soul Sisters fitness trainers reveal the...

You don't need expensive fitness equipment for a quality strength training workout. Studies have shown resistance bands are just as effective as weights when it comes to strengthening and toning muscles.   In fact, a 2011 study published in the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Talk therapy could curb opioid crisis: Study shows the method helps ease chronic pain

Addressing the psychological impact of chronic pain is just as important as addressing the issue itself, new research claims. The study found people who received psychotherapy, such as simplified pain education and cognitive behavioral therapy, had a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

The condition that means you can't get fat: It sounds like something you'd WANT to have but it can be...

Rebecca Sanders often gets compliments on her toned upper arms from women desperate to get rid of their bingo wings. At 34, Rebecca has only 11 per cent body fat, on a par with an elite athlete, as well as a six pack and muscular legs. By comparison,...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Hearing problems could be a warning sign for memory loss: Sufferers are twice as likely to suffer...

Hearing problems could be a warning sign for memory loss in older people. People with hearing loss caused by the brain's inability to hear sound are twice as likely to suffer forgetfulness, according to a study. However, there is hope for older people...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Women really DO feel less pain if they hold their partner's hand in labour: Scientists discover touching...

It is a good reason for women to take their husband into the labour ward when they give birth. Holding the hand of someone you love can help with pain and make it hurt less. Women given their partner's hand to hold experienced half the amount of pain...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Expectant mothers' immune system battles against stress and infection shape their babies' brains, new...

A woman's immune response to stress or pathogens during pregnancy shapes the way her baby's brain develops, new research suggests. Fighting off infections, stress and illness triggers an inflammatory response in the body that can change and even...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Winter flu victims could be at risk of Alzheimer's disease: Study establishes a worrying link with killer...

Victims of so-called Aussie flu this winter may be at risk of Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests. Trials on mice revealed the H3N2 virus can trigger memory damage that may raise their risk of the neurological disorder. It is the same strain...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Party drug ketamine could prevent depression and PTSD in women, first study in female rats suggests

Ketamine could help treat stressed-related disorders, such depression and PTSD, in women, new research claims. In a first of its kind study in female rats, researchers examined the effects of the illegal drug - an animal tranquilizer turned into a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Laura Babcock murder: Two men get consecutive life sentences

Laura Babcock murder: Two men get consecutive life sentences

Two convicted killers will serve consecutive life sentences for the first degree murder of Laura Babcock, Canadian media has reported. Dellen Millard, 32, and Mark Smich, 30, are already serving life sentences with no parole for another murder. The...

BBC, 00:02 in World News
 

Virtual nation Asgardia launches global competition to build the economic system of the 'world's first...

The 'virtual nation' Asgardia has successfully launched its first satellite into space, established its own parliament and counts close to 200,000 people as citizens.   Now, Asgardia is about to name its own space currency.  The world's first space...

 


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