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August 27, 2018 2:18 PM Regular cooking with coal, wood, or charcoal increases risk of dying from heart disease by up to 12%

Barbeque heart risk: Regular cooking with coal, wood, or charcoal increases a person’s risk of dying from heart disease by up to 12% Cooking on coal, wood or charcoal could make you more likely to die of heart disease. A study has revealed people who use solid fuels for cooking may have a 12 per cent higher risk of dying of a heart attack, heart failure 79

August 25, 2018 10:12 PM DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: You'd be coconuts not to go low carb

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: You'd be coconuts not to go low carb Coconut oil is ‘pure poison’, claimed Harvard professor Karin Michels last week. This must have come as a shock to the hundreds of millions of people in countries like India and Malaysia who have been using it in their cooking for decades. Prof Michels’ warnings about the dangers of coconut oil are based 54

August 25, 2018 9:50 AM Wiltshire Police to trial missing persons scheme in Swindon

WILTSHIRE Police will trial a scheme in Swindon this winter to help find vulnerable people in the event of them going missing. The Herbert Protocol will encourage carers and family members to complete a form in advance which records vital information about a person, such a recent photo, their condition and medication they require. The information can then be quickly 54

August 24, 2018 3:58 PM Hurricanes: A guide to the world's deadliest storms

Hurricanes are violent storms that can bring devastation to coastal areas, threatening lives, homes and businesses. Hurricanes develop from thunderstorms, fuelled by warm, moist air as they cross sub-tropical waters. Air swirls in to fill the low pressure in the storm, sucking air in and upwards, reinforcing the low pressure. The storm rotates due to the spin of the earth 97

August 20, 2018 3:33 PM Iran crisis: Total SCRAPS £750million project and quits country in HUGE blow to Tehran

FRENCH oil giant Total has pulled out of Iran and scrapped plans for a billion-dollar project in the country as new US sanctions on Tehran continue to bite. The energy firm’s departure was announced by Iran’s oil minister who reportedly told state media the company is leaving in response to threats from Washington to sanction companies that do business 52

August 20, 2018 8:15 AM Management buyout at Worthing business

He has now sold the business to his management team, David Beckett and Vic Giles. Hove corporate finance firm EMC was involved in the sale along with ThinCats, which funds SMEs with loans. Both worked closely with the team and its advisers to gain a close understanding of the business and provide the purchase consideration for the deal. Gerry said: “The Batteries 40

August 15, 2018 4:01 PM ON THE GRAPEVINE: And the winner is.... award winning wines

Sometimes what you’re looking for is right under your nose. And if you’re looking for a world-class wine, chances are, it’s in a supermarket near you. No matter your budget or favourite style, the good news is, judges at two major international wine awards - namely the International Wine Challenge (IWC) and the International Wine and Spirits Competition 56

August 13, 2018 3:45 PM Unlucky staffy looks for her fur-ever home

AN 18-month-old Staffordshire bull terrier is looking for her forever home after being abandoned on Boxing Day with a broken leg. Tilly was taken to Minster Veterinary Practice, on York’s Salisbury Road, just after Christmas after being found with bad injuries to her leg. Three operations later and Tilly’s leg has now healed and she is ready to be rehomed 44

August 12, 2018 7:01 AM The King is back in the building at Rhyl Pavilion Elvis show

Elvis tribute Chris Connor will bring his retinue of superfans back to the Pavilion in the sensational The World Famous Elvis Show, recreating The King at his very best for the third year running. Elvis fans will feel that they have been transported back in to time. Anyone who wasn't blessed to catch The King live is sure to walk away almost as emotionally 46

August 8, 2018 4:08 AM 'Disco Bunny' punched in face

The incident occurred at around 10pm on Friday as Mr Woodward, who had just finished dancing on Brighton’s streets as The Disco Bunny, was walking with a friend on North Street up to Churchill Square. The Disco Bunny sustained the injuries after he stepped in to stop a dispute between a man and a woman he was with. Mr Woodward put himself in between 43