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The Sun › 13 hours ago
KEEPING up with the latest technology is hard, especially for someone like me. I couldn’t give a monkey’s about the latest iPhone, or weird listening devices you can talk to in your home. Although I will admit I’m keen for video surveillance of...
BBC News › 1 day ago
Nell Gifford, of Stroud-based Giffords Circus, died on Sunday surrounded by family.
Mirror Online › Politics › 1 day ago
The Labour leader vowed to take on big drug companies after meeting Luis Walker who had initially been denied life-saving treatment
New York Post › Finance › 2 days ago
Dear John: This email is being sent to you because you are a smart guy and I hope that you will know what to do, because I don’t. Allow me to begin with the fact that I was a volunteer at the World Trade Center disaster site and have a 9/11 condition...
Mirror Online › Sports › 4 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: Dalglish has been synonymous with Liverpool Football Club since signing in 1977 - but the achievements of 'a giant of a man' go way beyond goals and trophies
CBS News › 4 days ago
A new study finds hair dyes and straighteners could increase breast cancer risk, especially for African-American women. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook explains the research and its limitations.
Mirror Online › 4 days ago
The Sidmouth mum ran her own business before being being told she had cancer and warns 'we're all just a diagnosis away from disaster'
The Sun › 5 days ago
NEW York City councillors are considering a ban on till and cash machine receipts because they contain a chemical linked to cancer and infertility. They want to make retailers email receipts instead to protect shoppers’ health while also cutting...
Mirror Online › 5 days ago
Mum-of-five Joanna Rees, 42, bravely battled breast cancer and was given the all clear, but the disease spread to other parts of her body and it was discovered again
CBS News › 5 days ago
House Judiciary holds first impeachment hearing; Breast cancer survivors forced to pay out of pocket.
ABC News › 5 days ago
The study showed that 46,000 women with a family history of cancer who used permanent hair dye or hair straightener were found to have an overall increased associated risk of breast cancer.
CBS News › 5 days ago
A New Jersey mom used to gather her friends every holiday season to bake thousands of cookies for troops like her son, serving overseas. This year, she lost her battle with breast cancer – but the kitchen was not empty. Her friends still got together...
CBS News › 5 days ago
Kristen Hoffman fought breast cancer a year ago. Now she's battling her insurance company to pay for her mammograms. Anna Werner explains.
New York Post › Lifestyle › 5 days ago
A new study conducted by government scientists has found that women who use permanent hair dye and chemical straighteners may be at an increased risk of developing breast cancer than those who don’t use such products. “Researchers have been...
CBS Local › Lifestyle › 5 days ago
There has been concern that hair dye might promote cancer for some time but the data has been conflicting.
Fox News › Lifestyle › 5 days ago
Although the numbers seem alarming, researchers said the study does not mean the products should be banned.
The Independent › Lifestyle › 5 days ago
Black women who used permanent hair dye had higher risk of developing disease
Mirror Online › 5 days ago
Litha Georgiades, from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, had F-cup implants to boost both her figure and self-confidence but claims, without them, her lump would have stayed hidden for longer
NBC News › Lifestyle › 5 days ago
A researcher calls the findings "meaningful but small."
Mirror Online › 6 days ago
A new study has revealed that women who use permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners have a higher risk of developing the disease
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