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Poor weather linked to prostate cancer

Grim weather up North may be making men more prone to prostate cancer, new research suggests.

Carola Long: Nice work if you can get it? Maybe not

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Travel challenge: A week in Crete

Every week, we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a specified holiday. Today: a week's holiday in Crete in early May. Prices are for two people and include seven nights' accommodation and flights from Gatwick.

Observations: Jarndyce's new catalogue aims to broaden the appeal of antiquarian book-buying

The antiquarian market seems like a secret society, closed to anyone who isn't in the know and in possession of a limitless budget. The bookshop Jarndyce, opposite the British Museum, almost confirms this stereotype. For starters, you have to ring a bell to gain entry. Yet the shop is bustling on a weekday morning.

On The Road: Trials of a rainforest trek, on the hunt for an elusive bird

A loud rustle came from the undergrowth at the edge of the boardwalk. I stopped and waited, holding my breath as I listened. The noise came again, louder this time. Expecting a bush turkey but hoping for a bigger bird, I craned my neck to see more. From under the dry leaves crawled a monitor lizard.

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The ten best destinations to escape the British crowds this summer

While some people find comfort in being amongst their own kind whilst on holiday, if you really want to experience the genuine food, culture and customs of the country you are visiting, you'll need to look beyond the British enclaves.

Consuming Issues: Some sun creams are not worth the slather

Let's face it, whizzing to the airport or a British beach, sun care can be the last thing on our minds. Bottles of lotion are grabbed at the last minute in Boots, if at all.

Bronze age: How the sun tan became a standard summer accessory

The sun tan. Fake or natural, it has always caused a stir. Once a sign of poverty and vulgarity it is now the preserve of the rich and famous.

'Innocent' sunbathing photos irk Berlusconi

Spanish newspaper publishes censored pictures

Super-high-factor cream: Coming to Britain soon?

A sunscreen boasting SPF 100+ is now on sale in the US. But why do skin cancer experts say that the new generation of powerful products are a waste of money? Carola Long reports
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Rouse decided to walk and talk with as many different people as possible in her neighbourhood of Harlesden and her experiences have been published in a new book
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Matt Parker is proud of his square roots

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Manchester City will rise again but they need to change their attitude

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History catches up with Erich Honecker - the East German leader who praised the Iron Curtain and claimed it prevented a Third World War
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Turn your mobile phone into easy money

There are 90 million unused mobiles in the UK, which would be worth £7bn if we cashed them in, says David Crookes