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Women warned over heart attack risks

November 12, 2018

Over seven years, 5,081 people had their first heart attack and one in three of them were women. Although the risk of having a heart attack is lower in women than in men of all ages, certain risk factors appeared to have a greater impact on women. Do you know your heart age? Waist size […]

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How to create the Killer soundtrack

November 9, 2018

Image copyright Unloved Image caption Unloved: Soundtracking Eve David’s composing skills were brought in on the advice of Catherine, who was then delighted to discover that his band’s style “just totally worked within our Killing Eve sound world.” “We wanted some power and darkness and quite a lot of humour, and Unloved had that but […]

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In pictures: Blue Peter turns 60

November 7, 2018

Image caption Leila Williams and Christopher Trace kicked the show off Williams had been crowned Miss Great Britain the previous year. After she recorded the first programme she recalled going home to be greeted by her excited landlady who thought the show was a success. Image caption Behind the scenes of the Blue Peter studio […]

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Met boss ‘locked car door’ during terror attack

November 7, 2018

The inquest into the deaths of PC Palmer, 48, Kurt Cochran, 54, Leslie Rhodes, 75, Aysha Frade, 44, and Andreea Cristea, 31, finished last week – the coroner ruled all five been unlawfully killed. Victims of the Westminster terror attack Who was attacker Khalid Masood? Westminster attacker ‘told children he would die’ Sir Craig, now […]

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Young sailors’ shock dolphin encounter

November 6, 2018

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMembers of Tenby sailing club enjoy a close look at a pod of dolphins A group of young sailors had the perfect climax to their summer with a rare close encounter with bottlenose dolphins. Junior members of Tenby Sailing Club were out enjoying their last club night […]

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MP wants answers over raids on Sikh homes

November 5, 2018

Since then the names and details of five Sikh activists were published in Indian newspapers, which has sparked claims by Sikh groups in Britain that the Indian authorities were involved in the operation. ‘Horrible experience’ Shamsher Singh, a well-known British Sikh activist, was one of the five whose homes were raided in Birmingham, Coventry and […]

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Young couples ‘trapped in car dependency’

November 4, 2018

Researchers visited more than 20 new housing developments across England in what they say is the first piece of research of its kind. They found that the scramble to build new homes is producing houses next to bypasses and link roads which are too far out of town to walk or cycle, and which lack […]

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Police hunt Ross from Friends lookalike

November 4, 2018

“We’re so sorry it has to be this way.” Image copyright Facebook Craig Thompson added: “I saw him behind me in the shop around that time.. just as I was paying for MY SANDWICH.” Scottish police also got in on the act, with bobbies in Dumfries and Galloway sharing the post and warning members of […]

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In pictures: Bangs and blazes of bonfires

November 3, 2018

Image Copyright @uptightkaren @uptightkaren Report Report The gardens of the Trentham Estate were lit up by a brilliant display, captured by photographer Ian Knight. Image Copyright @z70photo @z70photo Always love Codnor fireworks 🎆 just us girls this year 💜 #fireworks #lovethistimeofyear #bonfirenight #codnor A post shared by Donna Stapleton (@donnastapleton80) on Nov 2, 2018 at […]

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Baby box safety doubts raised by experts

November 2, 2018

Baby box scheme rolled out across Scotland Do baby boxes really save lives? The boxes, which come with a mattress, have routinely been given to every expectant mother in Finland since the 1930s. Scotland started offering the free boxes to new parents last year, while some NHS Trusts in England have had pilot and full […]

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