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The terrifying 'ice tsunami' driven by 100mph winds that buried alive an ENTIRE herd of mysterious musk...

A savage 'ice tsunami' in Alaska buried alive a whole herd of musk oxen leaving all but one 'wholly submerged', researchers have found. With blizzards raging at between 60 to 100mph (128 - 160km/h), the pack of more than 50 were buried alive, leaving...

Friday, 15:54 in Science &Technology
 

Adolescence now ‘lasts from the ages of 10 to 24’ as young people study longer and delay settling down

Adolescence now lasts from ages 10 to 24, scientists have claimed. Millennials are more likely to study longer and delay settling down than previous generations, pushing back popular perceptions of when adulthood begins. Advances in health and...

Friday, 15:54 in Science &Technology
 

PROPERTY CLINIC: Residents in my block of flats want me to pay higher management charges because I rent my...

I own a flat in a block that is managed by a residents' management company.  One of the people on the committee is seeking to increase the monthly management charge only for landlords. Can they do this? MailOnline's property expert Myra Butterworth...

Friday, 15:46 in Business
 

Could homeopathy treat vitiligo? Extraordinary pictures reveal patients had fewer white patches on their...

Controversial homeopathic treatments could treat vitiligo, a new trial suggests. Fourteen patients had fewer white patches on their skin after taking the alternative remedy that is widely considered to be 'snake oil'. Some 25 different treatments were...

Friday, 15:46 in Health
 

Girl, 15, turned into an outcast and abandoned by her parents because of an agonising facial tumour has it...

A teenage girl who was abandoned by her parents because of a large facial tumour finally has it removed in a life-changing seven-hour operation. Simaria Singh, 15, who was left partially blind in her left eye, is thought to have suffered from either...

Friday, 15:46 in Health
 

Mac is back! Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson produce dazzling displays at Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship but...

In 36 holes he’s had no bogeys, seven birdies and, in the evening shadows enveloping the 18th green on Friday, he drained a sensational 20ft putt for an eagle three that sent the large crowd of ex-pats into rapture at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship....

Friday, 15:46 in Sport
 

Caroline Wozniacki overcomes late tantrum to beat Kiki Bertens and progress to Australian Open fourth round...

Second seed Caroline Wozniacki overcame a late temper tantrum to forge into the fourth round of the Australian Open with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Kiki Bertens on Friday. Serving for the match at 5-3 under the lights of Rod Laver Arena, the former world No...

Friday, 15:33 in Sport
 

Brighton agree club-record £14.1million fee to sign PSV Eindhoven forward Jurgen Locadia

Brighton have agreed a club-record £14.1million fee for PSV Eindhoven striker Jurgen Locadia. The 24-year-old is due to arrive on the south coast for a medical on Friday ahead of his agreeing a four year contract.  Brighton will pay an initial £9m for...

Friday, 15:33 in Sport
 

Heroin for a cough, cocaine for hay fever and crystal meth for weight loss: The dangerous cures of...

These days cocaine, heroine and meth are not substances known for their health benefits. But in the 19th century and early 20th century, these illegal class-A drugs were touted as miracle medical cures which were readily available over the counter.  ...

Friday, 15:22 in Health
 

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he only wants to sign 'nice people' and admits new defender is a...

Pep Guardiola claimed Manchester City look to sign ‘nice people’ and admitted they have defensive problems. City pulled out of the race to land Alexis Sanchez, who is expected to complete a move to rivals Manchester United. But focus is on the back...

Friday, 15:14 in Sport
 

The world's biggest rocket takes shape: NASA successfully completes hot fire tests on the engine that could...

The world's biggest rocket that could take humans to Mars in the 2030s is a step closer to reality. NASA has completed a crucial hot fire test of its RS-25 engine flight controller at Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. A 3D printed...

Friday, 14:46 in Science &Technology
 

Incredible power of ocean waves to hurl boulders more than twice the weight of the Statue of Liberty is...

Ocean waves are so powerful, they have the ability to move giant boulders from the shoreline and throw them inland. That's according to experts who looked at the effect of powerful storms during the winter of 2013 to 2014 on the western coast of...

Friday, 14:46 in Science &Technology
 

Instagram quietly rolls out a creepy feature that tells your friends exactly when you last checked the app:...

Instagram addicts beware.  The app has quietly introduced a new feature called 'Last Active' that shows friends the last time you logged on to the app.  The default setting for the app is 'on' - meaning your closest friends can know exactly when...

Friday, 14:46 in Science &Technology
 

Liverpool fan names daughter 'YNWA' after iconic anthem... despite having never been to Anfield to hear it...

Football fans have long tried to convince their wives to name their offspring after footballing heroes, but one has managed to push his luck beyond the realms of generic names. When Liverpool fan Kent Roger Solheim found out he was having a girl with...

Friday, 14:39 in Sport
 

Mauricio Pochettino reveals Tottenham will be without captain Hugo Lloris for Southampton clash... but...

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is likely to be without Hugo Lloris for Sunday’s trip to Southampton with the French goalkeeper suffering from illness. Lloris is set to be replaced by Michel Vorm but there is good news for Spurs in that Toby...

Friday, 14:39 in Sport
 


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