British golfer, 73, drowns in Spanish lake after falling in when he went to retrieve his ball Thomas Ross fell into lake at Dunas de Donana golf course in AndaluciaMr Ross, 73, from Scotland, was playing the fifth hole when he slippedCourse located near Matalascanas which is popular with British tourists By Lee Moran PUBLISHED: 11:28 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:23 GMT, 23 April 2013 Died: Thomas Ross died while on a golfing holiday in Spain A British golfer drowned in a Spanish lake after he fell in trying to find a lost ball.
Deranged arsonist who came to UK after being released from Latvian mental hospital dragged student, 23, under a bridge and tried to rape her Rolands Brize, 25, came to UK after burning down his family homeLast month he stalked victim and attacked her after she left nightclub His victim managed to call 999 and operator heard her screamsPolice in Hull responded to the frantic call and found him on herBrize was arrested and has pleaded guilty to attempted rape By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:47 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:09 GMT, 18 April 2013 A dangerous arsonist left a mental institution in Latvia and travelled to Britain where he carried out a sex attack on a student. Rolands Brize, 25, dragged his terrified victim under a bridge where he tried to rape her as she walked home from a nightclub, a court heard. Police responding to a 999 call from the 23-year-old found Brize still trying to attack her.
Deranged arsonist who came to UK after being released from Latvian mental hospital dragged student, 23, under a bridge and tried to rape her Rolands Brize, 25, came to UK after burning down his family homeLast month he stalked victim and attacked her after she left nightclub His victim managed to call 999 and operator heard her screamsPolice in Hull responded to the frantic call and found him on herBrize was arrested and has pleaded guilty to attempted rape By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:47 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:57 GMT, 17 April 2013 A dangerous arsonist left a mental institution in Latvia and travelled to Britain where he carried out a sex attack on a student.
Breastfeeding for six months 'cuts the risk of dying from cancer by 10%'Six months of breastfeeding your child cuts risk of dying from all cancers Women who breastfeed also 17 per cent less likely to die from a heart attack By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:38 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:17 GMT, 27 March 2013 Safer: A woman who breastfeeds her child is 10 per cent less likely to die from any from of cancer Women who breastfeed for six months reduce their risk of dying from all cancers by 10 per cent, researchers say. They also cut their chances of death from heart attacks and strokes by 17 per cent
Drug that prevents breast cancer for 20 years: Protection for thousands at high risk New guidelines suggest tamoxifen or raloxifene could offer up to 20 years of protection for those considered at high risk of cancerWomen would take the drugs for five years either before or after the menopause, with the aim of slashing odds of developing the disease By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:00 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:18 GMT, 15 January 2013 Thousands of healthy women could be offered powerful breast cancer drugs to cut their chances of contracting the disease. New guidelines suggest the drugs tamoxifen or raloxifene could offer as much as 20 years of protection for those considered at high risk of cancer
Doctors to tackle Britain's 2bn migraine: GPs will hold first conference dedicated to solving the common headacheMigraines force 83,000 people to miss work or school every dayAround a million people suffer 'medication headaches' caused by painkillersAnyone who takes a pill on more than 15 days in a month is at risk By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 12 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:51 GMT, 12 January 2013 Doctors will meet next week at the first migraine conference to discuss the common problem that affects everyone from the stressed worker to the exhausted parent. Migraines cause 83,000 people to miss work or school every day, cost the economy about 2billion a year and account for one in ten visits to the GP.
That's close! NASA says an asteroid will miss Earth by 553,000 miles in 2040 | UPDATED: 21:10 GMT, 22 December 2012 Not only did Earth survive the Mayan doomsday prophecy but now it appears we've dodged an asteroid as well.
Is sorry the hardest word to say No it’s phenomenon: Poll reveals top 10 tongue-twisters | UPDATED: 01:18 GMT, 22 December 2012 Many have said that sorry is the hardest word but they'd be wrong, linguistically speaking at least. According to a poll, the word we find hardest to pronounce is 'phenomenon'. Next in the top 10 of tongue-twisters are 'remuneration, and 'statistics'.
And all because the MAN loves Milk Tray: Men get the most health benefits from dark chocolate Chocolate gives men more protection against heart attack and strokeAppears to help by preventing fatal blood clotsBut researchers say findings are not an excuse to gorge on the snack, which is rich in fat and sugar | UPDATED: 16:40 GMT, 21 December 2012 If you’re looking for a last-minute gift for that special man, make it a box of chocolates, for it could save his life. Eating dark chocolate can protect against heart disease and stroke, say scientists, but even more so if you are a man
British professor discovers Captain Scott's lost campsite eerily unchanged since doomed Antarctic expedition 100 years ago University of Cambridge Professor Clive Oppenheimer traced campsite using old mapsThe volcanologist wanted to mark the centenary of the ill-fated Antarctic mission It was last used by members of Scott's surviving base camp team | UPDATED: 16:49 GMT, 18 December 2012 A century after it was last used a lost campsite from Captain Scott's doomed Antarctic expedition has been rediscovered. Professor Clive Oppenheimer, a volcancologist at the University of Cambridge, pinpointed the remote site using original maps and photographs