News archive from 25 September 2012, page 3

Scientists find the secret of longer life for men (the bad news: Castration is the key)

Scientists have found a sure-fire way for men to live longer - but most red-blooded males will find the method unpalatably painful. Researchers have shown that eunuchs - castrated men living in Korea centuries ago - outlived other men by a significant...

 

McIlroy a victim of trash talk in American press ahead of Ryder Cup

If Jose Maria Olazabal is the sort of European Ryder Cup captain who likes to pin articles on a noticeboard to serve as motivation, he would not have been short of material upon his arrival in Chicago on Monday. The Americans are always banging on...

Daily Mail, 23:05 in Sport
 

Grayson denies old club top spot

Simon Grayson returned to Bloomfield Road to scupper Blackpool's chances of moving top of the npower Championship as his Huddersfield side leapfrogged them with a 3-1 victory. The Terriers boss, who spent seven years on the Lancashire coast as a...

Daily Post, 23:06 in Sport
 
Sarah Michelle Gellar gives birth to baby boy

Sarah Michelle Gellar gives birth to baby boy

Sarah Michelle Gellar and husband Freddie Prinze Jr. are celebrating after becoming parents for the second time. The former Buffy the Vampire Slayer star gave birth to a baby boy in Los Angeles in the last week. The new arrival is a little brother for...

 
Lawyers urge more Scots families to join Diageo whisky fungus battle

Lawyers urge more Scots families to join Diageo whisky fungus battle

RESIDENTS of two more Scottish communities have been invited to join a multi-million pound action against drink firm Diageo. Lawyers will send a “letter of claim” to the company after more than 300 people packed into Bonnybridge Primary School, near...

 

Christian Copt to face trial in Egypt for blasphemy

His case has raised concerns over freedom of expression under Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, who came to power in free elections earlier this year after the 2011 popular uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Many Christian Copts have been...

 

Appeal to help fund cutting edge heart research in Blackburn and Darwen

By Catherine Pye, Health reporter MORE than 1,330 people in Blackburn with Darwen are currently living with heart problems, new research has shown. And in the North West there are 60,386 people living with heart failure, but despite the prevalence...

 

Abu Hamza loses extradition battle

Radical cleric Abu Hamza and four other terror suspects could be put on a plane to the United States within days after Europe's human rights judges rejected their bid for an appeal. A panel of five judges threw out their request to the Grand Chamber...

 

Genetic study challenges theory that modern humans came from just one place in Africa

The theory that modern humans came from one place in Africa has been challenged by new research.A study showed the Khoe and San peoples of the sub-Sahara are descendents of the earliest diversification event in the history of all humans, some 100,000...

 

Blackberry users across Europe face new wave of problems

BlackBerry users are facing a new wave of disruptions to their smartphone service. Research in Motion (RIM) - the firm behind the gadgets - today said some of its users in Europe were having problems with their service, with UK users reportedly among...

 

Detective charged in leaks probe

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Football...

 

Abu Hamza loses extradition battle

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Football...

 
Eat a banana and sit up straight - how the experts beat headaches

Eat a banana and sit up straight - how the experts beat headaches

Pounding headache? The instinct is to pop a painkiller, particularly if you're one of more than ten million people in Britain who have frequent headaches. Yet last week, the watchdog National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) warned...

Daily Mail, 23:33 in Health
 
Slum tourism: Patronising or social enlightenment?

Slum tourism: Patronising or social enlightenment?

There is a growing trend for tourists to seek out poverty-blighted neighbourhoods when they go on holiday, to get a sense of real life for the poorest communities there. An increasing number of tourists are searching for something they cannot get at...

BBC, 23:39 in Business
 

Kuwaitis protest ahead of electoral law ruling

The Gulf Arab country has not witnessed the kind of mass popular uprisings that have buffeted the Arab world. But tension has escalated between the government, which is dominated by the ruling family, and the elected parliament. Against a backdrop of...

 


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