News archive from 2 September 2014, page 6

When a tiny patch of scaly skin is the first sign of arthritis and heart problems

Standing at her shop counter, pharmacist Rosie Beaton was overwhelmed by a throbbing pain in one of her toes. 'I was used to aching feet from standing all day every day, but this pain was something off the scale,' says Rosie, 35, who lives in Glasgow...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

Red, itchy eyes? Why watching too much TV may be to blame

One morning last year, a mother at my daughter's school stopped me at the gates. 'Late night?' she tutted, surreptitiously sniffing as if checking for signs of alcohol. 'You look like you haven't slept for a week. Everything all right?' I was...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

ASK THE DOCTOR: Will my hernia kill me if it's not repaired?

Recently I've been told I have a double hernia. My surgeon says she is reluctant to operate on it, as I had  a triple bypass approximately five years ago and they are wary of putting me under anaesthetic. I have read that an unattended hernia will...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

Proof that the proton cancer cure Ashya's parents were fighting for CAN save lives

Lucy Thomas is a bright, energetic, little girl, who's excited about starting year four at school this week. So it's hard to believe that just two years ago, she was battling cancer. At the age of six, Lucy's parents noticed a lump in her nose, after...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

Bubbles loaded with curcumin that could help to beat bowel cancer

Tiny fat bubbles loaded with a popular curry ingredient may help fight colon cancer. Curcumin, the yellow pigment of turmeric - a plant from the ginger family often used to give curry its colouring - has been shown to slow the growth and spread of...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

Cure your tiredness: Enjoy hot baths and bananas for a good night's sleep

Why is everyone so tired all the time? In this series by one of  the country's leading holistic doctors, who specialises in tiredness, we show you how to conquer exhaustion by making small adjustments to your lifestyle. Yesterday, we introduced the...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 
Man pushed off his bike, punched, kicked and threatened with a bottle during robbery in Northamptonshire wood

Man pushed off his bike, punched, kicked and threatened with a bottle during robbery in Northamptonshire wood

A man was cycling through a wooded area in Northamptonshire when he was attacked by a gang of men. The victim, a 45-year-old man, was cycling through the wooded area of West Glebe Park in Corby when the attack happened. As he passed a group of six or...

 
CONFIRMED: Man Utd complete signing of Monaco's Radamel Falcao

CONFIRMED: Man Utd complete signing of Monaco's Radamel Falcao

The striker joins United after a deal was struck earlier in the day for Ajax's Daley Blind, and becomes Louis Van Gaal's sixth signing of the summer following Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid, Marcos Rojo from Sporting Libson, Ander Herrera from...

 
Asian stocks dip, euro stuck near one-year lows

Asian stocks dip, euro stuck near one-year lows

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS lost 0.2 percent. The index managed to carve out gains on Monday, brushing aside the Ukraine crisis and a downbeat China manufacturing survey. Tokyo's Nikkei .N225 edged up 0.4...

Reuters, 02:02 in Business
 

U.S. forces carry out operation against al-Shabaab in Somalia

No further details about the operation in the African country were immediately available. Al Shabaab is an Islamist group affiliated with al Qaeda that wants to impose its own strict version of Islam in Somalia. It ruled most of the southern region of...

 

You CAN train your brain to like healthy foods: Researchers reveal diet that can kick junk food addiction

It may be possible to train the brain to prefer healthy low-calorie foods over unhealthy higher-calorie foods, researchers have claimed. They believe that it is possible to create a diet plan to reverse the addictive power of unhealthy food - and...

 

Chinese War On Terror May Breed Extremists

Sky News has obtained rare access to China's Xinjiang Province to investigate reports Muslims are being targeted and oppressed by the government. China's leaders say foreign Islamist extremists, perhaps with links to IS and al Qaeda, are infiltrating...

 
Rare Visit To Town At Centre Of Massacre Claims

Rare Visit To Town At Centre Of Massacre Claims

Exactly a month ago, disturbing reports emerged from the county of Yarkand in the far south-west of China's Xinjiang Province. According to several different sources, including the Chinese government, a riot between local Uighur Muslims and the...

 

Tom Lawrence signs for Leicester and Nick Powell also joins on loan Manchester United men get Premier...

Manchester United youngsters Tom Lawrence and Nick Powell have joined Premier League new-boys Leicester City. The 20-year-old Wilson was given his full league debut at the end of last season by Ryan Giggs when he started alongside James Wilson against...

Daily Mail, 02:07 in Sport
 

John Guidetti back at Manchester City after loan move falls through but Stefan Scepovic signs on at Celtic

Celtic completed a deadline-busting swoop for Stefan Scepovic but missed out on a second striker when a deal for Manchester City's John Guidetti collapsed just after midnight due to the paperwork failing to go through in time. Serbian international...

Daily Mail, 02:07 in Sport
 


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