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August 23, 2018 4:00 AM Cancer Research UK's 'Shine Night Walk' to light up York's streets

A SPECTACULAR event is due to light up York's streets after dark as Cancer Research UK launches a new fundraiser. The Shine Night Walk will see people of all ages walk through the city in a ‘fun and inspirational parade of light’ on Friday, October12. York is one of just six locations chosen to host a Shine Night Walk in 2018 and organisers hope some 1,200 people 67

August 22, 2018 12:06 PM Harvard medical professor says 'coconut oil is poison'

'Coconut oil is poison': Harvard medical professor says the health fad is 'one of the worst foods you can eat' - and says even LARD is better Coconut oil is 'pure poison' and 'one of the worst foods you can eat', according to a lecture given by a professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr Karin Michels, who also heads up the tumor 87

August 22, 2018 12:45 AM Student strikes it rich as his chemistry firm sells for £600m

A UNIVERSITY student has become one of Britain’s richest men after selling his biotech firm for more than £600million. In a deal which could prove to be great news for diabetes patients, Ziylo has been bought by Danish pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk. Dr Destecroix said: “Novo Nordisk, as the leader in the diabetes field, is the ideal company to maximise 44

August 21, 2018 2:22 PM Aerial photos reveal the stark divide between rich and poor

Aerial images by drone photographer Johnny Miller reveal the dramatic divide between rich and poor in cities in South Africa, Mexico and India. The photos are part of Mr Miller's Unequal Scenes project, which he started in April 2016 to challenge people's acceptance of inequality. The South African-based photographer says: "From the minute you land in Cape Town, you are surrounded 48

August 18, 2018 9:19 PM Agony of Britons hit by chronic wounds lasting more than three months

Agony of Britons hit by chronic wounds as 2.8 million people suffer cuts which do not heal within three months The devastating impact of chronic wounds has been laid bare as research reveals that hundreds of thousands of patients suffer with pain and immobility for more than a year. One in ten sufferers is even taking antidepressants to cope, with many more unable 89

August 18, 2018 8:33 PM 'Dumb phone' sales on the rise as smartphone users hope to switch off

Mobile handsets that simply make calls are being marketed as an escape from constantly being connected to social media and apps. Sales of so-called dumb phones have seen an increase for the first time in years. Phones that simply make and receive calls are known in the industry as feature phones and are being marketed as a means to switch off from the constant 58

August 17, 2018 5:06 AM Newspaper headlines: Aretha Franklin dies and 'Cipriani case causes outrage'

The death of Aretha Franklin dominates the front pages with the Guardian devoting most of its cover to a large picture of the singer. "She was the living definition of soul" and her music was the "soundtrack to the resistance", the paper reports. "Respect for the Queen of Soul" is the main headline on the i atop a large picture of Aretha Franklin. She died aged 76 after 56

August 15, 2018 8:28 PM Deezer reveals Madonna’s most streamed songs as she turns 60

Eighties classics from Madonna’s back catalogue are amongst her most popular hits in the year she turns 60, figures from Deezer have shown. Tracks from around 30 years ago are currently dominating the star’s Top 10 list on the personal music streaming platform. The Queen of Pop’s summery hit Holiday (1983) is her most streamed song of 2018 so far. Other 42

August 14, 2018 7:50 AM Professor’s delight at Olympic role

The commission provides a “guiding reference for all other sports organisations on matters relating to the protection of the health of athletes”. Mr Pitsiladis said: “Being part of this commission allows important research to be applied from laboratory to the field at the very highest level, such as the Olympic Games. “It also enables the participation 38

August 7, 2018 12:21 PM Want to keep your teeth? Stick to whole grain carbohydrates

Want to stop your teeth from falling out? Stick to whole grain carbohydrates and avoid processed starch concludes World Health Organisation review Whole grain carbohydrates are better for your teeth, experts have revealed. A review commissioned by the World Health Organisation analysed thirty-three papers on oral well-being, where they found a correlation 106