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Why going to bed angry will stop you getting a good night's sleep - if you are able to drop off at all

Most couples know you should never go to bed on an argument. But anger won’t just harm your relationship – it could also ruin your sleep, researchers claim.  A study has found those who were angry generally, and struggled to keep their temper, slept wors

yesterday, 23:59 in Science &Technology
 

Controversial Russian software firm unveils 'surveillance-proof' smartphone - and it's FIVE times cheaper...

For Russians who fear that someone may be eavesdropping on their phone conversations, leading IT entrepreneur Natalya Kaspersky says she has a solution. At a business forum in Moscow on Friday she presented 'TaigaPhone', a brand new smartphone created by

yesterday, 23:59 in Science &Technology
 

Who your friends REALLY are: Instagram tests new 'follows you' labels for Android users

Since Instagram first launched, it’s remained a tedious task to figure out if someone has discreetly unfollowed you. With no notification when it happens, Instagrammers instead have to scroll through their followers list to see if that person – often an

yesterday, 23:59 in Science &Technology
 

New cocaine test uses FINGERPRINTS to detect the drug in a person's bloodstream within seconds

A new fingerprint test can detect cocaine in a person's system in seconds, according to a new study.  Fingerprint testing would likely eliminate the risk of labs mixing up different test results. This new method of testing could be modified to test for o

yesterday, 23:59 in Science &Technology
 

Why going to bed angry will stop you getting a good night's sleep - if you are able to drop off at all

Most couples know you should never go to bed on an argument. But anger won’t just harm your relationship – it could also ruin your sleep, researchers claim.  A study has found those who were angry generally, and struggled to keep their temper, slept wors

yesterday, 23:54 in Health
 

The disgusting risks of peeing in a pool: CDC concludes years-long study into lifeguards who suffered...

After years of research including three days of on-site investigation at an Ohio indoor water park, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has determined that peeing in the pool is bad. Attempts to clean the pee-filled pool with chlorine ju

yesterday, 23:35 in Health
 

Southampton defender Ryan Bertrand lifts the lid on swapping Stamford Bridge for St Mary's: 'I didn't feel...

Five minutes into this interview and Ryan Bertrand’s face lights up. Full of pride, he reflects on the night of September 1, 2017. For the supporters who stormed out of Malta’s National Stadium in Ta’Qali, long before the final whistle, disgusted that En

yesterday, 23:23 in Sport
 

RAY MASSEY: Citroen's quirky new C3 Aircross has the character of a classic in the making

Citroen's original family utility car — the legendary 2CV — was designed to be a simple, low-cost vehicle that would carry a farmer, his wife, two children and a basket of eggs across a ploughed field. War broke out just as the prototype was about to be

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

Record year for UK tourism as weaker pound gives visitors more bang for their buck

Tourism in Britain is booming, with travel bosses celebrating their best visitor numbers since records began. Official figures show people from overseas made 4m visits to the UK in July – the highest number ever for a single month, and up 6 per cent on 2

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

MARKET REPORT: Premier Veterinary Group issues profits warning and sinks 50% after US expansion backfires

Premier Veterinary Group looked as sick as a dog yesterday as it issued a massive profit warning after flopping in the United States. Its shares collapsed nearly 50 per cent after it warned sales and profits for its next financial year are likely to be w

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

JAMES ASHTON: Tame the tech titans or we'll all end up paying the price in taxes

Facebook's one-time mantra to move fast and break things has been unofficially adopted by every Silicon Valley start-up to trail in its wake. Centuries-old corporations have raced to infuse the same spirit of experimentation into their business activitie

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

Faster cruisers for Saga as demand for new £300m ship Spirit Of Discovery exceeds expecations

Over-50s specialist holiday firm Saga has brought forward the launch of a new cruise ship due to surging demand. The business is replacing its two vessels to offer a more modern service – with the first new ship, Spirit Of Discovery, due to arrive in Jun

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

SHARE PUNT OF THE WEEK: Gift wrap firm IG Design distributes to more than 200,000 stores across the world

What is it? You might not have heard of IG Design Group, but you’ve no doubt used some of the gift wrapping and celebratory products it makes, sells and distributes to more than 200,000 stores across the world. The company, which changed its name from In

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

Where to invest when interest rates finally rise: Banks could boom but builders could crumble

After letting UK interest rates languish at record lows for the best part of a decade, the Bank of England is now expected to increase them twice in the next year. With a staggering 8m Brits yet to see a rate rise in their adult life, many savers are won

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 

BIG SHOT OF THE WEEK: Drax boss Dorothy Thompson will have the headhunters drooling when she quits in December

The belching chimneys of Yorkshire's Drax power station cut an imposing sight. Standing some 380ft high, surrounded by hulks of black steel and endless snakes of piping, they can be seen about 30 miles away from Humber Bridge. Overseeing this hothouse of

yesterday, 23:20 in Business
 


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