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UK must work to control coastal erosion, warns National Trust

UK must work to control coastal erosion, warns National Trust

The National Trust has said that the UK authorities should work to plan for the increasing coastal erosion in the country.

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Study shows cockroaches bites are 50 times more powerful than its weight

Study shows cockroaches bites are 50 times more powerful than its weight

According to a new study, cockroaches can bite with 50 times more force than its body weight or five times the relative force of a human being.

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Data shows only 1% of health budgets is spent on mental health

Data shows only 1% of health budgets is spent on mental health

According to the latest data available, the local councils in England have been spending an average of just 1 per cent of the total health budget on mental health.

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Alzheimer's drug to help later stage patients

Alzheimer's drug to help later stage patients

A new research has said that a common Alzheimer's drug can help later stage patients and help them stay away from nursing homes.

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Scientists Claim They Found New Illness Similar to Disease spread by Ticks

Scientists Claim They Found New Illness Similar to Disease spread by Ticks

Scientists said ticks in United Kingdom have been found to be the major cause of a new illness. The new illness is very much similar to Lyme disease. Health officials fear that it could be resistant to current Lyme disease antibiotics.

Ticks are considered the main cause of the disease and carry bacteria, Borrelia miyamatoi, which was discovered by researchers at the Public Health laboratory in Porton Down, Wiltshire.

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New global diseases present challenges for science

New global diseases present challenges for science

Experts have said that the new diseases like MERS or Ebola have presented a new set of challenge for the global health science community.

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New Animal Fossils Help Know How Species Existed Million of Years Ago

New Animal Fossils Help Know How Species Existed Million of Years Ago

Recently found animals fossils put some light on how species existed several millions of years ago. These fossils also indicate that humans were more devastating compared to any consequences caused due to climate change.

The study, published in the journal Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences, contains information on the fossils recently found on Abaco Island. According to researchers, animals like crocodiles, tortoises, and iguanas managed to survive the last ice age and they became extinct after humans settlement started, Live Science reported.

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Study shows men’s mind chose sex over food

Study shows men’s mind chose sex over food

According to a new study, the male brain will seek out sex even if it has to forgo a good meal as some neurons override the need to eat.

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Repair of Sink Hole Opened in a Street in St Albans has so Far Cost £100,000

Repair of Sink Hole Opened in a Street in St Albans has so Far Cost £100,000

Engineers have been trying hard to fill a 33ft hole that opened up on October 1 in Fontmell Close. As of now, 48 lorry-loads of foamed concrete has been pumped to fill the hole.

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Investigation launched into Jonnie Meek's death

Investigation launched into Jonnie Meek's death

An investigation has been launched in to the death of Jonnie Meek, who was three years old when he died at Stafford Hospital.

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