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By Katie Mythen-Lynch It's been at least a week since Gwyneth Paltrow said something sensational, so you could say this was in the pipeline, so to speak. The Oscar winner has taken to her lifestyle website Goop to announce that we all need a 'reality check' when it comes to anal sex. Why? Well, according to Gwynnie, 'it’s practically standard in the modern bedroom'. Whether you agree or not, the Goopster has enlisted psychoanalyst Paul Joannides, author of the comprehensive bo…
03.24 / 09:30
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HIGH cholesterol affects thousands of people in the UK - and many people don't know they could be suffering. However experts have said people could add more garlic - a vital ingredient in thousands of British dishes - to their diet in a bid to boost…
03.24 / 09:02
express.co.uk
PANCREATIC cancer treatment could be on the horizon - after a £10 million investment from Cancer Research …
03.24 / 00:11
express.co.uk
Losing a close friend would always have an impact on someone's life, but the friends of a New Addington man who took his own life one year ago have had tattoos to make sure his name leaves a permanent mark on them.Jerome Rogers, 20, hanged himself in woods near his home in Kennelwood Crescent on March 7 last year.Six of his friends have inked their skin, each with a different design, to remember him by and they held a party on the day that would have been his 21st birthday last July.They…
03.24 / 00:02
croydonadvertiser.co.uk
HOLLYWOOD movie actress Jessica Biel has shared her secrets to getting shredded in an amazing…
03.23 / 23:48
dailystar.co.uk
Delivering the 2017 Budget in the House of Commons today, Chancellor Philip Hammond made announcements on school investment and the planned sugary drinks tax, but did not pledge any additional money …
03.23 / 23:26
cypnow.co.uk
Despite being graded "inadequate" by government inspectors a Devon medical centre has been told it still needs to "make improvements". Hatherleigh Medical Centre was graded "inadequate" after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission in December last year. The medical practice was given a list of problems to address and while some improvements have been made government inspectors are still critical of the way the centre is managed. Safe management of…
03.23 / 23:18
westernmorningnews.co.uk
MOST cancers are caused by random mistakes in the genetic code that occur when cells divide, new research has…
03.23 / 20:29
express.co.uk
Dog owners are increasingly treating their beloved pets like toys and children by dressing them up, despite vets recommending that most breeds don't need to wear clothes. A survey from Direct Line Pet Insurance found that 81 per cent of pet owners clothe their pets in hi-vis coats, jumpers, T-shirts, hats and shoes and even dresses.The most common skin complaints were dermatitis, otitis and fleas, while the West Highland White Terrier is the breed most susceptible to skin…
03.23 / 19:07
lincolnshireecho.co.uk
A school community has paid tribute to the "incredibly hard-working and well-liked young man" Rhys Durham-Flynn, who has died aged just 16. Rhys, from Carlton Boulevard, Lincoln, passed away on March 12 as a result of an aggressive brain tumour. The cancer was diagnosed in April last year and his family have spoken of the courage and bravery he showed throughout. READ MORE: 'He was positive, bright and funny' Lincoln teenager Rhys dies from brain tumour Rhys had a passion…
03.23 / 19:07
lincolnshireecho.co.uk
A Lincolnshire primary school is reassuring parents after some of its pupils have been diagnosed with the contagious skin condition, scabies. The condition is caused by tiny mites which burrow into the skin and causes intense itching, particularly at night. It causes a skin rash on areas where the mites have burrowed. It is contagious as it is passed on through prolonged skin-on-skin contact. READ MORE: THESE are the 3 types of cough your child could be suffering from - and…
03.23 / 19:07
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