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MOBILE PHONE USE LINKED TO BRAIN CANCER IN KIDS

Mobile Phones and Brain CancerAlarming new research from Sweden on the effects of radiation raises fears that today's youngsters face an epidemic of disease in later life.

SLEEP AT WORK CAN BE GOOD FOR YOU AND THE BOSS

Sleep improves work“WASTE not life,” wrote Benjamin Franklin, patron saint of American entrepreneurs. “In the grave will be sleeping enough.”

FOOD ADDITIVES MAY FUEL LUNG CANCER

Food additives increase cancer riskCommon food additives known as phosphates may help lung cancer tumors grow faster, at least in mice, South Korean researchers reported.

EXERCISE AND REST REDUCE CANCER RISK

EXERCISE CUTS CANCER DEATH IN MEN

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HELPS PREVENT BREAST CANCER

Exercise preventing cancerPhysically active women are 25% less likely to get breast cancer, but certain groups are more likely to see these benefits than others, finds a review of research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

PRENATAL DRUG EXPOSURE LINKED TO SLEEP PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN

SLEEPLESS NIGHTS LEADS TO MORE COLDS

Sleep and coldsPeople who sleep less than seven hours a night are three times as likely to catch a cold as their more well-rested friends and neighbors.

PHYSICAL EXERCISE EASES RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME

Restless Legs SyndromeExercise may improve sleep patterns in people with insomnia or sleep disruptions related to periodic leg movements.

SLEEPING PILL USE TRIPLES IN YOUNG ADULTS

Sleeping PillsUse of prescription sleep aids nearly tripled among young adults between 1998 and 2006, according to a study.

TOO MUCH SITTING WORSENS SLEEP APNEA

Sitting Sleep ApneaCanadian researchers have identified a new risk factor for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in normal-weight men - too much sitting.

MIRACLE MIKE THE HEADLESS CHICKEN

Mike Miracle Headless ChickenOn September 10th, 1945 a rooster was pecking in the dust of Fruita, Colorado.

The unsuspecting five-and-a-half-month-old Wyandotte rooster had never looked so delicious as he did that day.

MAN INJURES BEHIND IN MOONING ACCIDENT

Man injures self mooningUtrecht police say a 21-year-old Dutch man is recovering after a "mooning" that went horribly wrong.

SHEEP FARTS ADDING TO GLOBAL WARMING?

Sheep flatulence pollutionNew Zealand scientists claim to have developed a "flatulence inoculation" aimed at cutting down on the massive amount of methane produced by its sheep and cows.

“BIRD BOY” FOUND IN RUSSIA

Bird BoyA boy can reportedly only communicate by 'chirping' – after living his life in a virtual aviary.

SUICIDAL PETS PRESCRIBED ANTI-DEPRESSANTS

Depressed PetPets at risk of self-harm are increasingly being prescribed anti-depressants because they cannot discuss problems in their lives with others, a leading veterinarian says.

GRANDMOTHER SAVED BY DAUGHTER’S POO

PooIt must be one of the most stomach-churning medical treatments ever devised.

BLONDES MAKE MEN ACT DUMB

Marilyn MonroeFrom Mae West and Marilyn Monroe to more modern examples such as Paris Hilton, "blonde" has long been a by-word for a woman not overly blessed in the brain department.

DO HEART TRANSPLANTS INCLUDE THE DONOR'S MEMORIES AND PERSONALITY?

People who have had a heart transplants claim to have obtained some of their donors memories. People often show signs of personality change similar to the person who gave them the organ.

EXERCISE WHILE PREGNANT LEADS TO A HEALTHIER MUM AND BABY

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