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Should you freeze your eggs? What you need to know about the fertility technique as singer Rita Ora and...

Want to freeze your eggs so you can delay motherhood?  Singer Rita Ora revealed on an Australian television program that she made the decision to freeze her eggs in her early 20s. The 26-year-old singer was talking to Aussie TV host David Koch when...

yesterday, 22:38 in Health
 

Manchester City hit the jackpot with a £50m kit deal as they prepare for a mega-money contract with Puma

Manchester City are close to finalising a £50million-a-year kit contract with Puma, with the deal set to become the largest in their commercial history. Sportsmail understands talks between Pep Guardiola's Premier League leaders and the sportswear...

yesterday, 22:37 in Sport
 

Michael Bisping hails return to action after losing crown as 'gift from gods' as he agrees to fight Kelvin...

Michael Bisping sees his return to action just three weeks after surrendering his UFC middleweight title as his penultimate fight and "a gift from the gods". Bisping's year-long reign at the top of the 185lb division was ended at UFC 217...

yesterday, 22:33 in Sport
 

'Don't tell me what to put in my body': More than 50 hospital employees FIRED for refusing to get flu shots...

A Midwestern hospital chain fired more than 50 of its nearly 14,000 employees for refusing to get a flu shot.  Essentia Health introduced a mandate requiring all of its employees to get vaccinated against the flu, whether or not they work in one of...

yesterday, 22:28 in Health
 

Babies are 'more than twice as likely to suffer cerebral palsy if their mother took aspirin during pregnancy'

Babies are more likely to suffer cerebral palsy if their mother took aspirin during pregnancy, a study suggests. Newborns were almost two-and-a-half times more likely to have the incurable condition, which is caused by a brain injury and leads to...

yesterday, 22:28 in Health
 

Autism risks increases 36% for children born to obese pregnant women

Women who are overweight or obese before they get pregnant are more likely to have a child who is autistic or with behavioral problems, a new review found. Obese mothers had a 50 percent higher risk of having a child with any kind of...

yesterday, 22:28 in Health
 

David Moyes is a long way from being the 'Chosen One'... but the signs are there that he can fix West Ham...

Once upon a time, a football club and their supporters greeted David Moyes as akin to the second coming of a biblical prophet. For Moyes, the days of Chosen One banners being unfurled from the Manchester United terraces must feel an awfully long time...

yesterday, 22:25 in Sport
 

How to survive an APOCALYPSE: Expert reveals the five key things city dwellers should do if disaster strikes

From Hurricane Irma to the Northern California wildfires, this year has seen its fair share of natural disasters. These disasters may have you thinking about what you should do in the eventuality one hits your city - how do you prepare and should you...

yesterday, 22:16 in Science &Technology
 

Researchers reveal 'tape recorder' made of MICROBES in breakthrough that could lead to a new generation of...

It's the tiniest tape recorder in the world - and could the the door for a massive change in everything from disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have converted a natural bacterial immune...

yesterday, 22:16 in Science &Technology
 

There's a patient under there somewhere: The incredible medical robots that have saved a record number of...

Surgeons have praised the pioneering use of robots in saving a record number of men from one of the UK’s deadliest cancers.  The £1 million machines, known as Da Vinci robots, have performed life-saving surgery at University College London Hospitals...

yesterday, 22:16 in Science &Technology
 

Brewer and pub chain Fuller's warns rising business rates are going to hit it for an extra £2m next year

The boss of Fuller, Smith & Turner has warned that rising business rates are piling pressure on the pub chain as it faces forking out an extra £2million next year. Simon Emeny, chief executive, said a ‘toxic combination’ of higher business rates,...

yesterday, 22:04 in Business
 

MARKET REPORT: Another share crash for builder Carillion as it drops 11% -meaning it has now fallen 91%...

It really was a black Friday – another one – for embattled builder Carillion whose shares slumped a further 10.8 per cent, or 2p, to record lows of 16.5p. The builder has now fallen 91 per cent since its disastrous trading update in July.  The HS2...

yesterday, 22:04 in Business
 

What a smart baby! RAY MASSEY gets taken for a ride in the new Volvo XC40 - the smallest self-driving car yet

 Those who think self-driving technology is pie in the sky or only for expensive luxury cars, think again.  I've just been driving Volvo's new XC40 SUV — or should I say it's been driving me. This new baby off-roader — aimed at younger...

yesterday, 22:04 in Business
 

Pay my brother £11m, Mike Ashley tells Sports Direct board (although he's pretty sure it won't)

Mike Ashley has told Sports Direct board members to pay £11million he believes is owed to his brother. Ashley claims his older brother John has been underpaid millions for work he did while employed as the firm’s head of IT. John worked for Sports...

yesterday, 22:04 in Business
 

DAILY BRIEFING: Tory peer Michelle Mone to return to the lingerie industry after leaving Ultimo

LINGERIE RETURN Entrepreneur and Tory peer Michelle Mone is returning to the lingerie industry after leaving Ultimo – which she founded – three years ago.  Mone will launch her brand in 2018 which she said will be ‘will be bigger than all the others...

yesterday, 22:04 in Business
 


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