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September 9, 2018 11:00 AM Asda is selling this amazing cake with real Baileys in it

Autumn is drawing ever closer but those cold, dark nights can be brightened with a new Baileys Freakshake Cake. The cake is being sold from this week in Asda, and includes a layer of chocolate sponge covered in Baileys frosting and comes topped with rich brownies. The cake costs £12 - but you will want to share it with some friends as there are 301 calories 10

September 3, 2018 8:59 AM 11 Best Stationery Buys To Get You Over The Back To School Blues

We won’t try and sugar coat it: going back to school is kind of the worst. You’ve had a summer of carefree fun, no revision and seeing your mates without the compromise of maths. And now it’s over. But if there's ever a silver lining in packing your schoolbag, it’s getting to shop for some beaut new stationery. So tell your mum you lost last year’s and hit the shops 37

September 3, 2018 7:11 AM Parents make children fatter by cramming their lunchboxes with sugar

Parents are making children fatter by cramming their lunchboxes with more than a whole day's worth of sugar Parents are making children fatter by packing their lunchboxes with sugary foods, new research reveals. Fewer than a third of parents think making their child's lunch healthy is the top priority and three quarters even admit to feeling guilty about 14

August 27, 2018 3:48 AM Vanilla ice creams 'don't contain vanilla'

The key ingredients were absent from a number of supermarket and branded vanilla ice creams. One in five of the vanilla ice creams examined by Which? contained none of the three ingredients consumers might reasonably expect to find in them. Just half of the 24 ice creams in the survey contained all three ingredients - with the remaining 12 containing 10

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 15

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 16

August 17, 2018 11:55 PM A quarter of Britons at risk from lifestyle

DIABETES is one of the fastest growing health crises of our time, with the condition now affecting four million Britons. Sedentary lifestyles and over reliance on convenience and junk foods has left a further 12 million at increased risk – a quarter of the UK population. Fast food and sugar are blamed for rocketing rates but the UK’s dietary habits have not helped 17

August 16, 2018 7:47 AM Why A-levels are bullshit, by someone with a D and two Es

Let’s get one thing straight. A-levels do not prove you’re intelligent. There are many types of intelligence, such as ‘emotional intelligence’ or being intelligent at catching a ball. So with that myth demolished, let me move on. All A-levels prove is you can digest information and make a logical argument. But what use is that in the real world where 13

August 16, 2018 7:00 AM Exotic animals pay a visit to dementia centre

A HOST of exotic creatures paid a visit to a Rochford centre for people with young onset dementia. Members, staff and volunteers from Peaceful Place in Dalys Road spent the day with the animals from RC Exotics, an animal shelter on Canvey. The furry, and not so furry, visitors included a giant continental rabbit, puppies, baby rats, an African grey parrot 10

August 15, 2018 8:19 AM Sugar and veg recalled over listeria concerns

An urgent recall has been issued for a number of items over fears they may spark a listeria outbreak. A variety of items from veg to condoms have been recalled from major supermarkets including Tesco, Sainsbury's and Lidl. Listeriosis is usually caught from eating food containing listeria bacteria. In most people, listeriosis has no symptoms or only causes 17