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Sleeping naked could cut your risk of diabetes

One in three adults sleep in the nude Sleeping naked helps burn caloriesPeople who sleep naked have happier love livesWearing nothing to bed can help women

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Mel Hennessy had a brain tumour for 10 years - but didn't realise until she got pregnant

The day after giving birth, Mel Hennessy was crippled by intense pain CT scans revealed two brain tumours Mel is one of 14,000 Britons diagnosed with brain

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Grief-stricken mother who says ALL teens should have a £35 heart test

Matthew Dewhirst, 17, died from an undiagnosed heart conditionAffects 600 people under the age of 35 die every year Many could be saved by electro-cardiogram (ECG)

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'I followed my training and followed the law': Officer Darren Wilson issues statement following decision not to indict him as it's revealed he shot at Michael Brown 12 times

'I followed my training and followed the law': Officer Darren Wilson issues statement following decision not to indict him as it's revealed he shot at Michael Brown 12 times

In statement, Wilson's lawyers said he 'followed his training and the law' Comes 30 minutes after grand jury's decision not to indict was unveiled Attorney Bob McCulloch revealed Wilson

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Labour's class war on private schools with £700million tax threat: Shadow minister targets 'Berlin Wall of education'

Shadow minister Tristram Hunt to unveil 'class war' plans in speech todayWill attack the 'Berlin Wall' between fee-paying and state education systemHe claims the ‘corrosive

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Children named Ella, William, Olivia and Joshua most likely to be naughty

Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, James and Adam are names of best behaved boys Joseph, Cameron, William and Joshua are among the naughtiest Amy, Georgia, Emma, Charlotte and

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Where's your dignity, ladies? ANNABEL COLE begs: Put it away! 

By Annabel Cole for Daily Mail Published: 22:45 GMT, 24 November 2014 | Updated: 02:44 GMT, 25 November 2014

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World's oldest couple Karam Chand and wife Kartari have combined age of 211

Karam Chand and wife Kartari have been married for almost 90 yearsCouple tied the knot in December 1925 after meeting in India as teenagersMr Chand turned

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CRAIG BROWN'S Fashion and Beauty conjugations: I enjoy life. You are well covered. He is a tub of lard.  

By Craig Brown for the Daily Mail Published: 01:57 GMT, 25 November 2014 | Updated: 02:48 GMT, 25 November 2014

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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Family Day out for Becks Jr's ear piercing

By Sebastian Shakespeare for the Daily Mail Published: 01:52 GMT, 25 November 2014 | Updated: 02:51 GMT, 25 November 2014

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Axe for paper driving licence part may deliver car hire queues - as fraudsters target motorists

Paper document accompanying plastic card will be scrapped in JanuaryFraudsters emailing drivers to ask them to verify licence ahead of changeCounterpart is used by UK

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Children named Ella, William, Olivia and Joshua most likely to be naughty

Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, James and Adam are names of best behaved boys Joseph, Cameron, William and Joshua are among the naughtiest Amy, Georgia, Emma, Charlotte and

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Protesters gather in 90 cities across the U.S. as grand jury decides that Officer Darren Wilson won't be charged over the death of Michael Brown

Police departments across the country are braced for large protests following Monday night's verdictOfficer Darren Wilson won't be charged over the shooting death of Michael Brown

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Children of divorce 'more likely to drink, fail exams, develop eating disorders and do drugs'

Nearly 60% of children of divorce said it had a negative effect on GCSEsMore than 25% said they had been dragged into their parents'

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Ferguson, Missouri Police officer Darren Wilson WILL NOT face charges for shooting unarmed black teen Michael Brown

At an 8pm CT press conference in Missouri on Monday night it was announced that Wilson will not face trial over the teen's deathFerguson officer

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'To be told this way is really a letdown': Chicago radio hosts hit out at station after learning they are being fired LIVE on air

Ben Finfer and Alex Quigley appeared on 87.7FM talk show last ThursdayWhile live on air, they discovered station was folding by end of the yearLearned

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Ferguson, Missouri Police officer Darren Wilson WILL NOT face charges for shooting unarmed black teen Michael Brown

At an 8:30pm CT press conference in Missouri on Monday night it was announced that Wilson will not face trial over the teen's deathFerguson officer

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Apprentices beat graduates in jobs race: University leavers three times more likely to be unemployed a year after finishing course

Five per cent of apprentices are unemployed a year after starting job hunt But 16 per cent of graduates are still jobless after a year of

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Enchanting story of our last gas street lights, and the five men who keep them burning

By Laura Freeman for the Daily Mail Published: 22:49 GMT, 24 November 2014 | Updated: 01:50 GMT, 25 November 2014

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Theresa May has given up on 'incompetent' No 10, say friends

Wide-ranging profile on home secretary will be published on ThursdayFriends says she has ‘given up’ on David Cameron's Number Ten operationHas now overtaken Boris as favourite

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Scientists say having longer periods without food could be good for us 

Cutting calories two days a week could help ward off breast cancerConstantly eating is 'abnormal' in evolutionary terms, researchers foundMay also help burn off dangerous

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People who are more open to homosexuality have higher levels of 'social' hormones

Scientists looked at the link between progesterone and sexual attitudesProgesterone is a hormone that contributes to formation of social bondsHeterosexuals with more of the hormone are

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Obamacare means Americans will see calorie-counts on menus and menu boards everywhere next year, but studies show dramatic move might make us eat MORE

Health insurance law included little-noticed clause requiring chain restaurants to list calorie counts where customers can see themRequirement was modeled after a New York City

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Is this the first lamb chop in space? Novelist Nikesh Shukla launches meat 82,000 feet up

The stunt was done in-line with the similarly named book, MeatspaceChop was lifted into air via hellium balloon with a camera and GPS attachedChop was

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The best summer jobs ever? Online list 'reveals how much tech companies offer to pay their undergraduate interns'

A list that allegedly reveals tech companies high-paying internship offers emerged online over the weekendMultiple companies, including Facebook, Google, and Pinterest, are said to pay

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Black Friday to break all records as bargain hunters snap up best deals

British shoppers are expected to spend £363million shopping online American concept was introduced to Britain by sites like Amazon in 2010 Black Friday is named after the

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Turkish president says 'women are not equal to men' at women's rights conference

Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared men and women are created differentlyAccused feminists of not understanding status Islam attributes to mothersHe said you cannot get women to

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Remains of an ancient settlement found on the bottom of the Aegean sea

Dubbed by the Greek media 'a small underwater Pompeii'Structures lay at a depth of just 6 feet on the northeastern coast of DelosBy Mark Prigg for

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Teens in ALS ice bucket prank on autistic classmate sentenced to community service

The teens admitted to charges of assault and disorderly conduct in juvenile courtAutistic teen believed he was participating in the ice bucket challenge for charityViral

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Artist creates computer generated 'monster' faces that reveal how machines recognise us

Artist wrote algorithm to create faces based on real features from imagesReveals the odd signs computer use to recognise a human face By Mark Prigg for MailOnline

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Johnny Manziel in 20 man brawl in the lobby of his Cleveland apartment

Police were called to Manziel's apartment complex after a report of a 'riot' involving 20 men and two security guards at 2.36 a.m. on SaturdayChris

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Rudy Giuliani says he saved THOUSANDS of African American lives as NYC mayor

The former New York mayor was on Meet the Press to talk about racially proportionate police forcesHe proclaimed it was 'very disappointing' the conversation wasn't

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Top Gear presenters' luxury lives worth £55m revealed

By Alison Boshoff for the Daily Mail Published: 23:22 GMT, 24 November 2014 | Updated: 00:08 GMT, 25 November 2014

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The world's most inspiring women are celebrated

List topped by chemist Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel PrizeMost admired quality was that these women were not afraid to challenge

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Wife, 65, spent two nights in police cells after she attacked her husband with a magazine during a row over whether to watch Foyle's War 

Irene Clark, 65, beat her husband James in row over ITV period dramaA neighbour heard the disagreement and called the police in Fife, ScotlandFour officers

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SARAH VINE says food writer Jack Monroe sent heartless tweet is 'cruel and such a hypocrite'

By Sarah Vine for the Daily Mail Published: 23:39 GMT, 24 November 2014 | Updated: 00:21 GMT, 25 November 2014

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Florida man Phuc Kieu 'tried to rape man and steal his money'

Kieu's bail was set at $150,000 for robbery, kidnapping and sexual assault charges in the alleged Sunday incident By Zoe Szathmary for MailOnline Published: 23:52

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The world's most inspiring women are celebrated

List topped by chemist Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel PrizeMost admired quality was that these women were not afraid to challenge

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Florida State University student, 21, left PARALYZED from the waist down after being shot

Farhan 'Ronny' Ahmed shot at three times by Myron May, 31, in attackOne bullet 'damaged his spine, leaving him paralyzed from waist down'On Monday, sister

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Watch as lightning strike hits Newcastle building

Newcastle's Rob McGee captured the footage two hours north of SydneyHe said it had struck a nearby gym behind Civic train station in the cityIn

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Libyan soldiers in Bassingbourn Barracks scandal now claim ASYLUM

300 Libyan soldiers based in thee UK are to be sent home a month early Group were stationed at Bassingbourn Barracks - 14 miles from CambridgeTwo

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The blue 'sexism' suit Karl Stefanovic wore for a year sells on Ebay for $6,400 by a charity bidder... who bumps it up to $10,000

That blue Burberry suit worn by Nine morning presenter Karl Stefanovic for a whole year, to prove a point over sexism, has now been sold.
The blue 'sexism' suit Karl Stefanovic wore for a year sells on Ebay for $6,400 by a charity bidder... who bumps it up to $10,000

Demi Lovato: "I Have Nothing in Common" With Miley Cyrus

She really don't care! Demi Lovato addressed the status of her relationship with her former best friend and fellow Disney darling Miley Cyrus while fielding fans' questions on Boston's The TJ Show on Monday, Nov. 24.
Demi Lovato: "I Have Nothing in Common" With Miley Cyrus

Lorenzo Lamas shares kiss at charity launch at Playboy

Lorenzo Lamas shares a kiss with his ex-wife Shauna Sand as they launch a charity campaign at the Playboy Mansion back in 1996
Lorenzo Lamas shares kiss at charity launch at Playboy

Katy Perry leads celebrities on Twitter reacting to Darren Wilson verdict

Celebrities took to Twitter on Monday to react to the news that police officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for shooting unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Katy Perry leads celebrities on Twitter reacting to Darren Wilson verdict

Rihanna posts adorable video of cousin's daughter

Rihanna posts adorable Instagram video of cousin's tiny daughter
Rihanna posts adorable video of cousin's daughter

British TV wins big at International Emmy Awards

Britain led at the International Emmy Awards, with three trophies going to British television series at the ceremony honoring the best TV programming outside the United States.
British TV wins big at International Emmy Awards

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