News archive from 4 March 2013, page 5

Pregnancy certainly suits you! Danielle O'Hara looks simply gorgeous in a LBD at Celebrity Mum Of The Year...

Pregnant Danielle O'Hara may have lost out on this year's Tesco Celebrity Mum Of The Year title but if she minded she certainly didn't show it as the WAG simply glowed at the awards.The 29-year-old mother-of-two looked radiant in a little black dress...

 

She's on fire! Natasha Hamilton looks stunning in flame red costume as she takes to the stage with Atomic...

They caused a stir with their fans when they announced they were making a return to the stage.And Atomic Kitten came back with a bang as part of the gig for The Big Reunion last week. But Natasha Hamilton, 30, stole the show at a concert at London's...

 

Nicklaus rebukes world No 1 as 'McIl-gate' saga rages on after Honda Classic walkout

The greatest player in the history of the game weighed in on the Rory McIlroy controversy yesterday and chided him for walking off the course.But he ridiculed the idea that the Northern Irishman's problems have anything to do with switching to Nike...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 

Thompson hails 'magical' week after edging Ogilvy and taking first victory on tour

American Michael Thompson followed up his runner-up finish in the United States Open last year with his first victory on tour at the Honda Classic on Sunday.The 27 year old from Arizona prevailed in US Open-type conditions as a strong wind turned the...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 

Asian shares weighed by patchy growth outlook, U.S. data supports

The MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.2 percent, with Australian shares falling 0.4 percent on lower metal prices. South Korean shares opened up 0.1 percent after financial markets were closed on Friday for a...

Reuters, 00:34 in Business
 

Syria: 200 killed in fight for police academy

More than 200 Syrian soldiers and opposition fighters died in an eight-day battle for a police academy near the embattled northern city of Aleppo, activists said yesterday. The UK-based anti-regime group The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said...

 
Rescue halted as sinkhole swallows man in house

Rescue halted as sinkhole swallows man in house

THE search for a man believed to have been swallowed up by a sinkhole has been called off as rescuers said the house in which the man was last seen was too dangerous for rescuers to continue working in. • Man believed dead after falling in sinkhole...

 

Stamford Cupcake Company will help hospital unit

A woman will be holding a cupcake stall and prize draw to raise funds for a hospital. Barbara Farrow, who owns Stamford Cupcake Company, will be running the prize draw in addition to her usual cake stall outside the library in High Street, Stamford,...

 

Evernote note-sharing service says hackers stole some user data

Evernote spokeswoman Ronda Scott said via email on Saturday that the attack "follows a similar pattern" to other cyber attacks on Internet-based companies in recent weeks, but she did not elaborate. "In our security investigation, we...

 
44 Scotland Street: The whole point of our world

44 Scotland Street: The whole point of our world

The forty-first installment of Alexander Mccall Smith's daily novel Volume 9 Episode 41 The whole point of our world Pat had spent precisely three hours – to the minute – wondering whether Michael would call. They had exchanged numbers in the Elephant...

 

Call for all to take statins after 55

"All those over 55 should be offered drugs to lower cholesterol and blood pressure, according to a new study," reported BBC News. It said the report suggests that when assessing the risk of heart problems, offering treatment to all over-55s...

 

Call for all to take statins after 55

"All those over 55 should be offered drugs to lower cholesterol and blood pressure, according to a new study," reported BBC News. It said the report suggests that when assessing the risk of heart problems, offering treatment to all over-55s...

 

Heartbeat condition 'largely preventable'

BBC News has reported that “clean living”, such as avoiding smoking and eating more healthily, could prevent most cases of atrial fibrillation, the most common type of heart rhythm disturbance. The condition causes an abnormal heart rhythm, and is...

 

Body shape 'still important to heart risk'

“A medical U-turn has cast doubt on warnings that being overweight and 'apple-shaped' is especially dangerous to the heart”, the Daily Mail has reported. The news is based on a high-quality review drawing together data on more than 220,000 people to...

 

Painkillers and risk of heart problems

“Taking painkillers increases risk of death to heart attack victims by 55%,” reported the Daily Mail. The newspaper quoted an author of new drug research who said their results indicated that there is ‘no apparent safe therapeutic window’ for patients...

 


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