News archive from 20 May 2017, page 5

Men who have good levels of vitamin D in their bachelor years will have healthy and strong kids, study finds

Men with good levels of vitamin D in their bachelor years are more likely to have healthy children when they start a family.  That is according to a new study by University College Dublin, which found a direct link between a child's height and weight...

 

Experts warn rising sea levels will DOUBLE coastal flooding by 2050, and tropical regions will be hit worst

Rising sea levels caused by global warming are set to dramatically boost the frequency of coastal flooding by 2050. Tropical regions will be the worst hit, and researchers forecast a 10-to-20 centimeter (four-to-eight inch) jump in the global ocean...

 

RAF Pock pilot Ron flies in from Sydney

This year’s 102 Squadron Association reunion saw a former RAF Pocklington pilot jet in from Australia to meet up for the weekend with three of his former World War II comrades. Ron Houghton, who lives in Sydney, was back in Pocklington for a week to...

 

Newly single Kimberley Garner takes the red carpet by storm in sheer sparkling gown as she attends Eva...

She recently broke up with her boyfriend of three years. And newly single Kimberley Garner turned heads as she walked the Global Gift Gala red carpet in a sheer gold dress on Friday.  The former Made In Chelsea star, 27, left little to the imagination...

 

'They have spoken on the phone': Pregnant Ferne McCann is 'BACK in contact with ex Arthur Collins following...

Ferne McCann is reportedly back in contact with her ex Arthur Collins, who was arrested and charged over an acid attack last month. According to The Sun, the 26-year-old has spoken to her ex on the phone as they 'felt there were things to discuss' -...

 
Everton boss Ronald Koeman sends Ross Barkley ultimatum: We need an answer next week

Everton boss Ronald Koeman sends Ross Barkley ultimatum: We need an answer next week

The midfielder is expected to give an answer to the club’s ultimatum on whether he intends to stay or go after Everton’s final match of the season at Arsenal on Sunday. And while Koeman admitted he was not confident the midfielder will stay, he...

 
Dementia crisis: Number of people who will die from the condition set to almost QUADRUPLE

Dementia crisis: Number of people who will die from the condition set to almost QUADRUPLE

Increasing deaths from the condition will contribute to a rocketing number of people who will need end-of-life care, researchers added. By 2040, it is estimated 219,409 people in England and Wales will die from dementia - a significant rise from...

 
Obesity risk SLASHED 'by swapping just ONE fizzy drink or beer a day for water'

Obesity risk SLASHED 'by swapping just ONE fizzy drink or beer a day for water'

But a new study has laid bare their destructive impact by becoming the first to chart its effect on the body. Spanish researchers followed 15,765 healthy university graduates by monitoring their consumption of a host of common drinks.  Intake of whole...

 
Young people 'most likely to go abroad without insurance'

Young people 'most likely to go abroad without insurance'

About 40% of young people go abroad without travel insurance, risking medical fees of thousands of pounds if they are taken ill, a survey suggests. The Association of British Travel Agents surveyed 2,043 Britons and found those aged 18 to 24 were the...

BBC, 00:57 in Regional
 
Libya death toll 'rises to 140' at Brak El-Shati airbase

Libya death toll 'rises to 140' at Brak El-Shati airbase

Reports suggest as many as 140 people, including civilians, may have died in an attack on an airbase in Libya. It was originally thought 60 people died when a government-allied militia tried to take over the Brak al-Shati base on Thursday. The...

BBC, 00:57 in World News
 

Callum Smith set to face Anthony Dirrell for WBC super-middleweight title in Los Angeles showdown

Liverpool boxer Callum Smith will fight Anthony Dirrell for the vacant WBC super-middleweight title in Los Angeles in September, according to his trainer Joe Gallagher. Smith, 27, had been lined up to take on Badou Jack before he relinquished the...

Daily Mail, 01:01 in Sport
 
The UK's most delayed airlines revealed

The UK's most delayed airlines revealed

Air Transat, Icelandair and Norwegian Air Shuttle are the least punctual airlines in Britain, research from Which? has found. The consumer group analysed landing times for 850,000 flights at 25 UK airports and found that on average only 75% of all...

BBC, 01:02 in Regional
 

Best SUVs 2017: Volvo XC60, Audi Q5 and more

SUVs appear to have been on an endless upward trajectory over the last few years and 2017 is shaping up to be another strong year. Four-by-fours can take on many different shapes and sizes, with the likes of Alfa Romeo bringing rear-wheel drive...

The Week, 01:03 in Showbiz
 
Aquaman movie news: Nicole Kidman reveals the REAL reason she agreed to play Queen Atlanna

Aquaman movie news: Nicole Kidman reveals the REAL reason she agreed to play Queen Atlanna

It seems she can thank her kids for persuading her to take the part in the upcoming DC blockbuster. "My daughters were like, 'Do you get to wear a crown? Do you get to have a tail?’” she recalled. “I said, 'I get to have mother of pearl all over...

 

Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero and West Ham midfielder Manuel Lanzini named in Argentina's...

Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi and West Ham United midfielder Manuel Lanzini stood out in an Argentina squad named on Friday for friendlies against Brazil and Singapore on tour next month. Inter captain Icardi has been banging on the Argentina door...

Daily Mail, 01:06 in Sport
 


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