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Dutch ‘Indiana Jones’ finds Jesus blood relic stolen from French abbey

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Dutch 'Indiana Jones' recovers one of the most sacred Catholic artefacts ever stolen: Relic 'containing drops of Jesus's blood' is returned six weeks after it was taken from French churchArthur Brand, a Dutch art det...

World’s first pregnant ancient Egyptian mummy had cancer, study finds

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World's first pregnant ancient Egyptian mummy had CANCER: 2,000-year-old corpse likely died from a rare form of the disease while 28 weeks into her pregnancy, scans reveal Scientists have pinpointed a cause of death ...

New survey finds regional variations into nightmares

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Travel, toes, and tornados... how the images visited upon us during a nightmare vary by countryAnalysis of Google search reports into nightmares varies dramatically by region In the UK, bees often feature in bad drea...

Being ‘hangry’ is a real thing, study finds

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Being 'hangry' is a real thing! Scientists find direct link between hunger and angerWord is used to describe someone who is angry because they are so hungry It became popular with rise of internet but made Oxford dic...

Ancient swamp in Germany was a sex death trap for frogs, study finds

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What a way to croak it! Ancient swamp in Germany was a sex death trap for hundreds of FROGS 45 million years ago, study findsScientists have analysed frog fossils from the Geiseltal area in central Germany The region...

Married stomach cancer patients survive longer, study finds

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Nagging wife, longer life! Married stomach cancer patients survive for longer because they get 'emotional encouragement' to stay in check, study findsMarried stomach cancer patients had better odds of surviving than ...

Neighborhood with more dogs have lower levels of crime, study finds

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Paw-trolling the streets! Neighborhood with more dogs have lower levels of homicide, robbery and aggravated assault because the canines act as extra eyes that deter criminals, study findsNeighborhoods with more dogs ...

Narcissistic men are more prone to premature ejaculation, study finds

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Time to take a long hard look in the mirror? Narcissistic men are more prone to premature ejaculation and difficulty reaching orgasm, study findsAcademics surveyed 1,297 men on their sex lives and levels of 'sexual n...

Blow for Sturgeon as poll finds Scots back staying in the UK

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Blow for Sturgeon as poll finds Scots back staying in the UK - and only 40% support her 'fantasy' demand for a referendum on October 19 next year Nicola Sturgeon suffered a blow today as a poll found Scots still back...

One in five Britons don’t know what a cataract is, poll finds

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HEALTH NOTES: One in five Britons don't know what a cataract or glaucoma is, poll finds One Briton in five does not know what a cataract is, according to a poll. At least ten per cent of people will suffer age-relate...

Carpet python lurking on roof finds tasty rainbow lorikeet too much

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Revolting moment greedy snake hanging from the roof of a house finds its colourful meal too much to digestA multi-coloured meal was too much for one cool snake as it hung off a roof  The carpet python had caught a ra...

Molly-Mae Hague finds out her book is Sunday Times bestseller 

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'I'm blown away!' Molly-Mae Hague admits she's speechless after discovering her autobiography is a Sunday Times No.1 bestseller Molly-Mae Hague has said she is 'blown away' that her autobiographical book has become a...

Study finds three quarters of tradesmen open up to co-workers

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UK builders go WOKE: Study finds three quarters of tradesmen discuss their feelings with colleagues while two thirds shun the fried breakfasts and nearly half say they are history buffs A poll of 2,000 builders found...

Gen Z and Millennial office workers want to ban calls, study finds

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Gen Z and Millennial office workers want to ban phone calls because they find them too aggressive and would prefer to use email or social media, study findsStudy found 75% of people would rather communicate by email ...

Most people don’t want to be billionaires, study finds

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Most people DON'T want to be billionaires – with around £8 million considered the perfect amount of money for an 'absolutely ideal life', study showsResearchers surveyed over 7,000 people living in 33 countries inclu...

Survey finds Britons drastically underestimates the calories in food

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How calorific is YOUR favourite food? Britons think fish and chips has under 400 despite actual figure being nearer 1,000 - as poll reveals nation drastically underestimates sizes of pizza, chocolate and wineSurvey r...

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