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Slimming can cut breast cancer risk by up to one third, research finds – Telegraph.co.uk

December 8, 2017 No comments yet

Telegraph.co.uk Slimming can cut breast cancer risk by up to one third, research finds Telegraph.co.uk Losing weight can help women cut their breast cancer risk by up to a third, a study has found. Experts said “modest” weight loss significantly cuts the chances of developing the disease. Six in ten British women are overweight or obese, with the ..

Reindeer and camel use in Christmas events ‘inhumane’ says … – The Independent

December 3, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Reindeer and camel use in Christmas events 'inhumane' says … The Independent The use of reindeer and camels in Christmas events as “inhumane”, according to the RSPCA's vice president Peter Egan, who called for the practice to end. Downton Abbey's Peter Egan attacks reindeer festivities The Times all 3 news articles??

WWF releases Christmas advert to highlight illegal ivory trade – The Independent

November 21, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent WWF releases Christmas advert to highlight illegal ivory trade The Independent Wildlife charity WWF has made an advert ahead of Christmas to highlight poaching for the illegal ivory trade. The video appears to show an elephant watching as poachers use machine guns to kill another member of its herd. The advert comes as US?..

NHS approves two new ‘breakthrough’ breast cancer drugs for widespread use – The Independent

November 16, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent NHS approves two new 'breakthrough' breast cancer drugs for widespread use The Independent Thousands of women with previously untreatable breast cancer have been given new hope after health officials approved two new “breakthrough” drugs for NHS use. In new draft guidance, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) has?… and more??

Scientists find some of the genetic variants responsible for increasing womens’ chance of breast cancer – The Independent

October 23, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Scientists find some of the genetic variants responsible for increasing womens' chance of breast cancer The Independent Scientists have found some of the genes that increase the risk of breast cancer . The common inherited genetic variants, found in people that are more likely to develop the disease, together increase the risk by about a fifth.

Trail hunting faces ban on National Trust land as members threaten … – The Independent

October 20, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Trail hunting faces ban on National Trust land as members threaten … The Independent National Trust members will vote on Saturday on a landmark motion to ban trail hunting on more than 600000 acres of land in England, Wales and Northern?…

Raw sewage flowing into more than third of rivers in England and Wales, WWF says – The Independent

October 18, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Raw sewage flowing into more than third of rivers in England and Wales, WWF says The Independent Around 40% of rivers in England and Wales are polluted with sewage, which poses a severe risk to the health of humans and wildlife, according to a new report.

Why confronting breast cancer is crucial to India’s economic development – The Independent

October 16, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Why confronting breast cancer is crucial to India's economic development The Independent Breast cancer is a growing epidemic in India. It could kill 76,000 women a year by 2020, according to a recent study

Frequent hair dye use linked to increased breast cancer risk – The Independent

October 16, 2017 No comments yet

The Independent Frequent hair dye use linked to increased breast cancer risk The Independent Frequently dying your hair has been linked to an increased risk of developing breast cancer . According to a study by London surgeon Kefah Mokbel, women who colour their hair have a 14 per cent rise in rates of breast cancer

RSPCA appeal after children set squirrel on fire in Kent – Kent Online

October 16, 2017 No comments yet

Kent Online RSPCA appeal after children set squirrel on fire in Kent Kent Online It is unclear if any action has been taken against those involved, but news of the video comes as the RSPCA called for better animal welfare education in schools after the number of animal cruelty reports coming from children on Snapchat more than doubled. RSPCA reports a 340% increase in animal cruelty on Snapchat The Independent List of brutal animal torture cases on Snapchat released by RSPCA International Business Times UK Record level of animal cruelty shared on Snapchat DeathRattleSports.com all 6 news articles??