Deborah James honoured with damehood after inspiring nation to raise £3m for cancer charities in a week

Deborah James honoured with damehood after inspiring nation to raise £3m for cancer charities in a week

Deborah James has been honored with a femininity after inspiring the nation and raising over £3million for cancer charities in less than a week. Ms James, known for her BBC podcast You, Me and the Big C, revealed on Monday that she had entered end-of-life care for bowel cancer. Since then, hundreds of thousands of … Read more

The type of coffee you drink can raise your heart attack risk

The type of coffee you drink can raise your heart attack risk

The group of three to five cups a day covered the average consumption of men and women. For this cohort, filter coffee was found to raise cholesterol the least, with only 0.04 and 0.07 mmol per liter increase for men and women, respectively, above baseline. set by coffee drinkers. In contrast, French press such as … Read more

Pregnant Rebekah Vardy ‘told baby should be incinerated’ after Coleen Rooney’s Wagatha post

Pregnant Rebekah Vardy 'told baby should be incinerated' after Coleen Rooney's Wagatha post

JThe case first came to court in November 2020, with a judge finding Ms Rooney’s post ‘clearly identified’ Ms Vardy as ‘guilty of the serious and ongoing breach of trust’. The judge, now Lord Justice Warby, also said that “the element of suspense introduced by the multiple points seems to me designed to arouse the … Read more

The Queen to miss State Opening of Parliament for first time in nearly 60 years

The Queen to miss State Opening of Parliament for first time in nearly 60 years

Priti Patel, the Home Secretary championing the overhaul, said: ‘The responsible, law-abiding majority is fed up with anti-social and disruptive protests led by a self-indulgent minority who seem to relish causing chaos and misery for the rest of us. “The Public Order Bill will give the police the powers they need to crack down on … Read more

The perfect amount of sleep for middle-aged brains

The perfect amount of sleep for middle-aged brains

Sleep, Shakespeare informs us, is a remedy that “relieves the weary labourer and heals hurt minds”. Now scientists at the University of Cambridge have found that the perfect dose of sleep is seven hours for people wanting to keep their minds healthy in middle age and beyond. Any more or any less is linked to … Read more

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

It is the first vaccine to be “inactivated whole virus”, which is a traditional approach that has been used for decades to make vaccines against other diseases, including polio and influenza. This approach is less effective at making specific antibodies than existing stings, but scientists believe it may provide more comprehensive protection and be superior … Read more

‘Decolonise’ maths by subtracting white male viewpoint, urges Durham University

‘Decolonise’ maths by subtracting white male viewpoint, urges Durham University

A major university’s math curriculum is being “decolonized,” with professors asked to write biographies of theorists, consider whether they are predominantly white or male, and consider the cultural origins of numbers. Durham University’s decolonization campaign has swept through the Mathematical Sciences department, where all staff are urged to make the subject ‘more inclusive’ and ensure … Read more

How financial woes have tormented the Duke of York for years

How financial woes have tormented the Duke of York for years

In 2010, Mr Rowland was invited to Balmoral, where he reportedly met the Queen and had tea with the Prince of Wales. That same year, the former scrap dealer, who reportedly co-owned an offshore fund in the British Virgin Islands with the Duke, reportedly paid £40,000 to help clear the Duchess of York’s debts. The … Read more

Crucial role of our ‘Junk DNA’ is revealed as whole human genome is finally decoded

Crucial role of our ‘Junk DNA’ is revealed as whole human genome is finally decoded

“We now know that many diseases are linked to structural repeats in the centromere, and now that these sequences are no longer missing from the human reference genome, we can begin to map the origins of these diseases.” To complete the genome, the scientists used DNA from a non-cancerous tumor called a hydatidiform mole, which … Read more

Kerry Katona on her notorious This Morning interview and how she’s now turned life around 

Speaking out: Kerry Katona, 41, opened up about her infamous This Morning interview saying it has haunted her for more than a decade

‘People thought I was drunk and on drugs…I was sick’: Kerry Katona on her famous This Morning interview in which she scrambled her words…and how she changed her life By Nick Owens for Mailonline Published: 11.34pm BST, 30 March 2022 | Update: 11:36 p.m. BST, 30 March 2022 Kerry Katona opened up about her infamous … Read more