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Miniaturized sensors monitor wearers' glucose levels from their tears, saving diabetics from the disruption of regular blood checks or embedded sensors
The trial of DJ David Lee Travis continues in Southwark Crown Court
The sight of thousands of people with previously incurable forms of blindness could be saved thanks to a pioneering new gene therapy that requires just one operation.
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He wasn’t being asked to deliver a soliloquy on the nature of art
Court hears how 21-year-old was jealous of her friend’s looks and carried out the alleged attack after a falling out
I believe I am well qualified to answer this question. I was born deaf and have been deaf my whole life. I do not wear hearing aids or cochlear implants (and have no desire to wear either). I speak American Sign Language (ASL) and it is my primary language. I am a mother of two born-deaf children, so our being deaf is genetic for us.
A painting of the former PM for the National Portrait Gallery tells us much about him
Dogs may have a similar facial recognition skills to those of humans
The new development in bio-printing technology could be used in the future to restore lost vision - though years of research still await
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‘Friendly’ black Labrador Gwen did not fight back because she was working and in her harness at the time
Olivier, National Theatre
Five hours after Nigella Lawson first entered the witness box at Isleworth Crown Court a lawyer called her “Mrs Saatchi”.