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22 May 2018 07:51 An egg a day may keep heart disease away

FOR DECADES EXPERTS warned that eating eggs raises levels of unhealthy cholesterol. But a study published today said an egg a day may actually reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. While outside experts cautioned against reading too much into the study, its authors claimed that Chinese adults who ate an egg every day had a lower risk of cardiovascular

21 May 2018 19:07 Kremlin hits out at 'anti-Russian mania' as Chelsea owner's visa 'taking longer than normal'

THE KREMLIN HAS accused Britain of unprecedented “anti-Russian mania”, warning such an attitude could backfire and scare off other foreign investors. British MPs have released a hard-hitting report accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies of “hiding and laundering their corrupt assets in London”. “We are witnessing Britain’s rather unprecedented

15 May 2018 11:36 Case against former Anglo chief David Drumm concludes

Drumm faces charges of alleged conspiracy to defraud Anglo depositors by inflating the Anglo deposit total by €7.2 billion in September 2008. THE STATE’S CASE against former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has closed after 74 days of evidence. Today Paul O’Higgins SC, prosecuting, told the jury of ten men and four women 1

14 May 2018 03:14 Ex-lifeguard ‘just had to help’ homeless man drowning in river Lee

The Canadian woman who, along with her brother, helped save a homeless man from drowning in the river Lee said their lifeguard training played a key role in the daring rescue. Dianne Stewart, who lives and works in London, told the Irish Examiner that she worked as a lifeguard in a beach and pool setting in Canada when she was a teen. “I wouldn’t have been able to live with myself 3

12 May 2018 06:30 Poll: Should junk food ads be banned on Irish public transport?

The Mayor of London is proposing to bring in such a change to the English capital. LONDON’S MAYOR SADIQ Khan is set to ban junk food ads on tubes and buses in the English capital. The Guardian reported yesterday that the move is part of an effort to curb the city’s role in the UK’s child obesity epidemic. The ban will affect ads that promote “foods and drinks 3

09 May 2018 23:00 Study: Fifth of over 55s have mental disorder

The study, ‘Identified mental disorders in older adults in primary care: A cross-sectional database study’, was published in the European Journal of General Practice and involved researchers from University College Dublin, the University of Limerick, and King’s College London. They collected anonymised data from 35 GP practices nationally between June 2014 and March 2

23 April 2018 17:15 Britain's new royal baby unveiled to the world as Kate Middleton leaves hospital after giving birth

This is the third child for the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to the baby at St Mary’s Hospital in Central London at 11.01am this morning. The baby, which was born weighing 8lb 70z, becomes the fifth in line to the British throne. Kensington Palace first made the announcement 24

17 April 2018 06:30 As the rain clears, temperatures are set to hit the high teens

It will hit 18 degrees by Thursday. TWO WEATHER WARNINGS will come to an end later this morning, and the rain will clear to the east of the country after a rainy, blustery night. It will be warmer still tomorrow – up to 18 degrees and sunny, after some outbreaks of rain in the morning. The temperatures will stay in the high teens for the rest of the week and into the weekend 6

13 April 2018 15:53 Russia says it has proof Britain was behind alleged Syria chemical attack

The Russian Military says it has proof that the attack was staged on orders from London. THE RUSSIAN MILITARY today said it had proof that an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta was staged on orders from London. Russian defence ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said the military had “proof that testifies to the direct participation 12

13 April 2018 02:39 Kerry hurlers follow cup campaign up to Carlow

Colm Bonnar’s Carlow overcame fellow Joe McDonagh Cup contenders Westmeath to secure league honours last month. Each of the six counties — Carlow, Kerry, Antrim, Laois, Meath and Westmeath — will play fives games in the round-robin series, with the top two advancing to the decider. The finalists also progress to the preliminary quarter-finals of the All-Ireland 13