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After 20 years of research, scientists can now accurately pinpoint areas of fatty plaque build-up in and around the heart
Women in my community worry that they won’t be a good Somali woman if they haven’t undergone FGM. This is a practice that continues to control women's sexuality
Rafael Nadal is back on top of the world rankings after a remarkable comeback but the 27-year-old Spaniard revealed that he is still having to deal with discomfort in his troublesome left knee. "I have pain a lot of days," Nadal admitted on the eve of his opening match against Alexandr Dolgopolov at the Shanghai Rolex Masters.
He has gained reputation as ruthless and passionate advocate of Education Secretary's reforms
Damning National Trust report shows people are getting out and about much less than previous generations
Soldier who was sentenced to 35 years for leaking classified files identifies as female and wants to be called Chelsea
Former child star has just left rehab for the sixth time
Programmes in the series will include 'Date a Pornstar' and 'Porn on the Teenage Brain'
Kickstarter bio-sensor is held between thumb and forefinger to measure 'galvanic skin response'
International researchers find electronic therapeutic companions made mid to-late-stage sufferers of the degenerative condition experience lower levels anxiety, aggression and loneliness
In the wake of James Gandolfini's death, we look back at the best of his character Tony Soprano's lines
Charlie Sheen is at it again. The volatile actor is reportedly up to his old tricks having allegedly fired co-star Selma Blair from his sitcom Anger Management via an expletive-filled text message.
If we only ever talk about schizophrenia in the context of a violent murder, is it any surprise that the public think people with mental illness are dangerous?
Rockstar has released trailers that show each of the three main characters from Grand Theft Auto 5.
The International Cycling Union has defended its actions after it was confirmed that Lance Armstrong returned test samples with traces of corticosteroids four times during the 1999 Tour de France.
Reflexology may be as effective as painkillers, according to a new scientific survey.