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The fats that you SHOULD be eating and the ones you must avoid

All fats  composed of all three types of fats in different proportions Foods contain saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Related to these fats are the worst type of ...

900 more patients admitted to hospital each day compared to last year 

Figures show 15.5 million patients were admitted to hospital in 2013-14Equates to 42,400 people a day - 870 more on average than previous yearThose aged ...

Boy allergic to SUN is determined to become a professional golfer

Ben Brown will compete in the Junior World Championships in JulyHas been playing golf since he was two and has won a string of ...

New Ebola scare as fifth British healthcare worker is flown back to the UK

UK health worker was pricked with a needle and flown back to EnglandFifth British worker admitted to the Royal Free in London for monitoringPublic Health ...

Southmead Hospital slammed after patients were issued with HANDBELLS

Patients at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, were given the metal bells23 clinical rooms are still without a proper electronic patient alert systemThe handbells were bought as 'interim measure' as ...

The bionic hand that's operated by the brain

Breakthrough brings hope to victims of of traumatic injuriesSensors in the new hand respond to electrical impulses from the brainRecipients able to use new hands ...

Mother with cancer vows to treat it with vitamins and raw vegetables

Kelly Logan, 34, was diagnosed with stage 2 cancer five months agoWas told she needed surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatmentBut she has refused medical ...

Czech woman scalped after getting her hair caught in power tool

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENTMother-of-four Petra Novotnz, 27, was scalped in the power drill accidentShe was using the drill when her hair became caught in the spinning ...

Size 32 mother undergoes transformation after 12 stone weight loss

Melissa Foreman, 44, from London, reached 24st 5,000 calories-a-day diet After having twins, she wanted to be a healthier, more active motherLeft with rolls of saggy ...

Get set for the sensational super grains

By Harriet Arkell for the Daily Mail Published: 19:51 EST, 23 February 2015 | Updated: 05:53 EST, 25 February 2015 ...

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The head of the Fed says it should be apolitical. Good luck with that

For Janet Yellen, the chair of the Federal Reserve, 2015 is going to be a very different and possibly very difficult year. With Republicans taking charge ...

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Airbus commits to a British future

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InterContinental Hotels Group is on the march, with the tipsters betting the hotel chain could pay investors for staying. Bank of America Merrill Lynch upgraded IHG ...

Battered Quindell set to cut back to the core

The embattled insurance outsourcer Quindell could sell off multiple parts of the business in an effort to repair its battered reputation in the City. Its new ...

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Lloyds pays first dividend since crisis and Horta-Osorio gets £11m

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MySale promises steadier journey after float chaos

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Profits in steep ascent at owner of BA

Surging demand for transatlantic flights and a turnaround at Spain’s Iberia helped International Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways, more than double profits to ...