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Eating carbs in moderation lowers your risk of early death
(August 17 08:58) Dailymail.co.uk
The study of 15,400 people, led by Harvard School of Public Health, found eating too many or too few carbs is damaging to health. But if they make up 50 percent of your diet, you may well live longer.
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Theresa May pleads with Tory MPs to unite and deliver on Brexit
The Prime Minister, who will return to Brussels for further talks with Jean-Claude Juncker next week, urged her party to 'move beyond what divides us' and sacrifice 'personal preferences'.
Southwest Airlines declares an 'operational emergency' due to grounded jets
The carrier said notes from doctors were needed if workers were 'alleging illness'. This week the percentage of out of service aircraft has more than doubled the daily average.
Victory for the Mail on Sunday as the government pledges £13million in funding to help parks
The Government has pledged a £13million cash injection to help improve Britain's parks in a victory for the Mail on Sunday's Save Our Parks Campaign.
Michigan Governor hits at trolls for criticizing her 'curvy' looks during State of State address
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, 47, is hitting back at a local news outlet and social media trolls for criticizing her body during her State of the State address.
Lock-out law 2.0: How police crackdown is forcing festivals under
One of Australia's biggest and most-loved music festivals on Wednesday announced it was cancelled due to a New South Wales government crackdown imposing 'excessive rules.'
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Scientist, 71, who invented nerve agent Novichok says campaign calling him a paedophile is a smear
Vladimir Uglev, 71, who also accused Russia of a 'state-level' hit against Britain in the Sergei Skripal nerve agent attack, strongly denies any wrongdoing, he has not been charged.
(February 16 20:06) Dailymail.co.uk
Labrador desperately tries to rescue his beloved cuddly Mr Bunny toy from the washing machine
Ursula Aitchison, from Balham, south west London, filmed her devoted dog Hugo keeping vigil in front of the washing machine after his beloved squeaky toy Mr Bunny was put ...
(February 16 20:04) Dailymail.co.uk
Grim discovery as real estate agent finds body of a squatter, 23, in a back shed
The deceased male, discovered at about 11.30am on Friday afternoon in Mandurah, Western Australia, was thought to be sleeping before police realised he was dead.
(February 16 22:52) Dailymail.co.uk
Desperate search for young mother who drove to a beach in Perth and mysteriously vanished
Perth woman Hayley Scates's sister Kym Kennedy issued an emotional plea for helping tracking her down in a social media post and gave her car's registration details.
(February 16 17:17) Dailymail.co.uk
Eurostar trains to Paris are cancelled and 2,000 residents evacuated
An evacuation has been ordered in a two-mile radius surrounding an unexploded bomb in Paris, thought to have been dropped during WWII. Pictured: Ateliers de Saint-Ouen, April 22, 1944.
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