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Although it might seem a fairly obvious observation, a new study from the University of Iowa has found not only that men, on average, have noses ten per cent larger than womens', they’ve also worked out why this might be.

What would happen if oxygen disappeared for five seconds?

Andrew Cote, Sciences BSC, University of British Columbia, Canada

Wenger believes Wilshere has the mentality of Zidane

Comment: Is Arsene Wenger right to be angry with Jack Wilshere for smoking?

Pictures have emerged that show the Arsenal midfielder holding a cigarette outside a nightclub

England defender Kyle Walker apologises for "hippy crack" photographs - but will not face disciplinary action for inhaling nitrous oxide on night out

Tottenham right-back was out in Sheffield and has promised not to do it again after learning of the health risks that come with taking the legal high

Breakthrough could revolutionise treatment of blood pressure

'World's biggest silent killer': Breakthrough could revolutionise treatment of blood pressure

Discovery will help patients who do not respond well to various treatments

One minute with: Meg Rosoff, novelist

Where are you now and what can you see?

Jennifer Capriati allegedly punched her ex-boyfriend

Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati accused of stalking and battering ex-boyfriend

Former US tennis star Jennifer Capriati will face trial in December accused of stalking and battering her ex-boyfriend.

Dutch Prince Friso with his wife Princess Mabel

Dutch Prince Johan Friso dies after 18 months in a coma following avalanche skiing accident in Austria

He was moved from hospital in London back to the Netherlands last month, but had since suffered complications

Firefighter massages kitten back to life after lifeless animal is left in a burnt-out house

The resuscitation was captured on the firefighter's helmet camera

Forget the gym: Just 12 minutes' exercise a week is enough to stay fit, says study

Study finds that four minutes, three times a week could be enough to keep people fit

Don’t fly east if you want to avoid jet lag says Professor David Gradwell

It’s plane as day: flying really can turn you into an airhead

Air passengers should avoid making important decisions whilst cruising at altitude, according to Britain’s first professor of aerospace medicine.

Picture of a frail Nelson Mandela in hospital. South African President Jacob Zuma said he found Nelson Mandela in good shape and in good spirits

Frail Nelson Mandela filmed in hospital

South African President Jacob Zuma said he found Nelson Mandela “in good shape and in good spirits” on Monday but a SABC video of the meeting shows Mr Mandela in an armchair, his head propped up by a pillow, his legs on a footrest and covered by a blanket.

Ueli Steck, left and Jonathan Griffith, right, were both nearly killed when a they were threatened by a mob of up to 100 angry sherpas

Treading on thin ice: Three European climbers get into fight with Sherpas near Everest summit

The team of three Europeans claim a misunderstanding between themselves and a group of Sherpas deteriorated into an ugly scene

Out of the shadows: Haroon Khan trains in Salford

Haroon Khan: Baby Khan ready to rumble but his mum can't bear to watch

Amir's younger brother is about to make his professional debut on the same card despite family opposition

Adelie Penguins navigating their way through hundreds of huge icebergs. Scientists claim they've taken a step closer to developing hydrogen as a cheap and clean energy

Science moves step closer to developing hydrogen as cheap and clean energy form

Scientists have harnessed the principles of photosynthesis to develop a new way of producing hydrogen – in a breakthrough that offers a possible solution to global energy problems.

The Ocellated Ice Fish is found at depths of up to 3,300 feet in the freezing Antarctic Ocean

Japanese aquarium shows off mysterious fish with clear blood

The deep blue sea is home to many a strange creature - giant squids, fish that look like blobs, and jellyfish that look like UFOs - but now we can add transparent-blooded fish to that list of strange-but-true animals.

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Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

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Labour leadership: Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea

'If we lose touch we’ll end up with two decades of the Tories'

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