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Argentinian signs a two-year contract to take over at the Nou Camp after Vilanova was forced to resign due to health concerns

Morrissey has cancelled 22 shows in America due to ill health

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Morrissey has already cancelled the majority of his tour dates this year due to ill health. But now the former The Smiths frontman has had to axe what remained of his South American tour due to a “lack of funding” - and has hinted that he is set to abandon the music business in favour of the “art of doing nothing”.

Manchester United lhave made a second bid for Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas

Transfer news: David Moyes confirms Manchester United have made a £30m bid for Cesc Fabregas - but Barcelona set to turn it down

Moyes confirms second bid despite Barcelona insisting that the midfielder will not be sold under any circumstances

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Comedy actor suffered a heart attack at his home in north-west London

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The much-covered marital break-up of Charles Saatchi and Nigella Lawson took another very public turn on Sunday, as Mr Saatchi announced in a Sunday newspaper that the pair were to divorce, apparently before he had even told Ms Lawson.

Those most ill tend not to be the ones complaining about the NHS

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Persisted heartburn sufferers urged to visit doctor to rule out cancer

Cancer Research figures show oesophageal cancer has doubled in the last 30 years

Michael Douglas has denied saying his cancer was caused by oral sex

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Michael Douglas did not say he developed throat cancer because of oral sex, according to his publicist.

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After Michael Douglas' claims, the doctors' verdict on oral sex: There's only a 'very small' risk of cancer

Michael Douglas may have been displaying admirable candour when he told a journalist this weekend that his throat cancer had been caused by a virus “which…comes about from cunnilingus” – but he also sparked a minor health scare.

Tito Vilanova (L) and Eric Abidal life the league trophy during a ceremony at the Camp Nou

Barcelona choose not to extend contract of Eric Abidal

French defender disappointed to be leaving the club

The Kings Fund report says that a transformation of culture is needed throughout the NHS

Staff voice fears over quality of care in NHS

Survey by the Kings Fund will alarm ministers coming after the Francis inquiry into the scandal at Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust was published last February

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