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The cheap imported devices could also pose a significant risk to dentists and dental nurses, say health officials

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'The cheap imported devices could also pose a significant risk to dentists and dental nurses'

Sir Alex Ferguson has said Wayne Rooney’s “frame” means that he is affected more than other players by time out of team

‘Frame’ game is a struggle for Wayne Rooney, says Sir Alex Ferguson

Rooney has not played more than three successive Premier League games all season

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David de Gea has admitted he is under more pressure at Manchester United than he has ever experienced in his career.

Ireland to reform abortion law

Ireland looks set to bring in laws reforming the country's limited ban on abortion in the new year.

University application figures show first signs of recovering from fees introduction

The first signs that student university applications are bouncing back after the introduction of £9,000 a year fees emerged today.

New genetic test for mouth cancer

A new genetic test has been developed that can detect early signs of mouth cancer.

Michael McIntyre, The O2, London

If there had been a spot for stand-up in the London 2012 closing ceremonies, it would surely have gone to Michael McIntyre.

The Insider: Clever tidy-ups

One can procrastinate over tidying for many reasons – a favourite, as it tends to defer the effort indefinitely, is to conclude that there's no point until I buy that magic laundry rack/under-sink thingy/swishy wall-hanging clutter-holding gadget. But with these bargain DIY versions, there's no excuse…

Team GB's Rhythmic Gymnastics group perform with five balls

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Rhythmic gymnastics may seem a glitter-clad oddity but Chris McGrath can only admire the mildly superhuman capabilities of these young girls at Wembley Arena

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Franz West: sculptor hailed for his public artworks

Franz West, who died on 25 July 2012 at the age of 65 after a long illness, was an Austrian artist noted for his commitment to public art. His tactile creations invited interventions from viewers: he once remarked, "It doesn't matter what the art looks like as long as it used."

Dentist facing jail for £1.4m fraud

A dentist who conned the NHS out of £1.4 million - much of which she spent on exotic holidays and designer shoes - has been warned she faces a "substantial" jail term after a jury found her guilty of conspiracy to defraud.

Doves on fire and Americans in jet packs: When opening ceremonies go wrong

Friday sees the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games - and to mark the occasion a lavish £27m opening ceremony will be held.

One in four hospitals, clinics and care homes fail to meet basic standards for patient safety and quality of care

One in four hospitals, clinics and care homes in England are failing to meet basic standards for patient safety and quality of care, according to the most comprehensive study of its kind.

Colgate censured for misleading advert

The firm behind the Colgate brand has been reprimanded by the advertising watchdog for wrongly implying that one of its toothpastes has the backing of health professionals.

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