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Dieters stick to New Year’s resolution using eating montior app

Dieters stick to New Year’s resolution using eating montior app

Dieters are more likely to stick to their New Year’s resolution if they use an app that daily monitors how much they eat, a new study found. After the excesses over Christmas many struggle to maintain their diet as they rely on self control and haphazardly recording what they ate. Most dieters admit they do […]

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Alton Towers reveal new £16 million WOODEN rollercoaster

Alton Towers reveal new £16 million WOODEN rollercoaster

A new £16 million rollercoaster promises to reconnect riders with the “primal essence of rollercoasters” – as it is the UK’s first wooden rollercoaster built in more than two decades. Alton Towers’ Wicker Man opens in Spring, with a track length of 2,028ft (618m) and a six-storey-high (57.57ft / 17.55m) flaming Wicker Man. It is […]

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Save a hen from slaughter (and get free eggs) for just £1

Save a hen from slaughter (and get free eggs) for just £1

A whopping 12,000 free-range hens destined for the slaughter house are up for grabs at just £1-EACH. Despite helping to provide a banquet across Britain’s breakfast tables thousands of the healthy egg-laying birds face being killed. Every year Babthorpe Hall Farm, near Selby, North Yorks., offer up ‘their ladies’ to members of the public for […]

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Applicants wanted for new series of The Apprentice

Applicants wanted for new series of The Apprentice

If you think you have got what it takes to withstand a boardroom showdown and win a life changing investment to turn your business idea into a reality, the BBC One show, The Apprentice, is looking for new business-savvy contestants for series 14. Impressing Britain’s toughest business backer won’t be a walk in the park […]

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Caffeine level in blood may help diagnose people with Parkinson’s disease

Caffeine level in blood may help diagnose people with Parkinson’s disease

Testing the level of caffeine in the blood may be a simple way to diagnose Parkinson’s disease, according to new research. The study found that people with the debilitating condition had “significantly lower” levels of caffeine in their blood than people without the disease – even if they consumed the same amount of caffeine. Study […]

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This is how the jobs market and workplace will change in 2018

This is how the jobs market and workplace will change in 2018

Employers are a sucker for the latest fad as much as as anyone else and, added to changing legislation and media focus on issues such as equality and harassment, each New Year could mean something new for you in the workplace. Here, Lee Biggins, founder and managing director at CV-Library, makes his predictions for 2018. More […]

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Saunas really are good for your heart

Saunas really are good for your heart

A steamy hot sauna really is good for your heart, a study has revealed. Just half an hour is enough to reduce blood pressure while increasing the heart rate similarly to medium-intensity exercise. Previously scientists from the University of Eastern Finland found saunas reduced the risk of coronary diseases and sudden cardiac death, hypertension and […]

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Rumour Mill: Barca to offer Liverpool £140m for Coutinho | Jamie Murphy expected to complete Rangers move | Chelsea prepared to trump Tottenham in Barkley bid | PSG lead chase for Ryan Sessegnon | Man United target Celtic fullback Tierney

Rumour Mill: Barca to offer Liverpool £140m for Coutinho | Jamie Murphy expected to complete Rangers move | Chelsea prepared to trump Tottenham in Barkley bid | PSG lead chase for Ryan Sessegnon | Man United target Celtic fullback Tierney

The latest football transfer rumours as we head into the weekend. Chelsea prepared to trump Tottenham in Barkley bid Chelsea are close to bringing in Ross Barkley to Stamford Bridge in a £15million deal, the Daily Mail reports. The current Premier League champions attempted to sign the Everton attacking midfielder in the summer and are […]

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Fly Tipping Friday warning as Britain starts post-Christmas clearup

Fly Tipping Friday warning as Britain starts post-Christmas clearup

Councils are bracing themselves for an onslaught of illegal dumping today as Britain’s householders struggle to get rid of discarded Christmas waste. Dubbed Fly Tipping Friday, experts believe that January 5 is the country’s biggest day for illegal dumping of unwanted goods and discarded rubbish. Confusion over irregular festive bin collections also leads to desperate […]

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The first effective drugs for preventing migraine may be available soon

The first effective drugs for preventing migraine may be available soon

Katie A Lloyd, University of Liverpool I suffer from migraines. At least once a month, I have excruciating head pain, sensory problems and intermittent bouts of vomiting. The attacks can last for two weeks or more. Migraines have a huge impact on every aspect of my life, so it is with excited anticipation that I […]

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