ASK THE GP: DR MARTIN SCURR on how Tai Chi may soothe your numbed limbs
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 02:13
Lumbar spinal stenosis. is a very common problem, yet resolving it is not straightforward. Physiotherapy is the mainstay of treatment, but there are other remedies such as yoga or Tai Chi.
DAVID GILBERT: How patients can improve the health of the NHS (not the other way around)
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:50
DAVID GILBERT: When Michael Seres had a bowel transplant in 2011 aged 42, he was only the 11th Briton to have the life-saving operation. Years later he's disenfranchised with the NHS.
Nationals manager Martinez has heart procedure
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:45
Nationals manager Dave Martinez had a heart procedure Monday and did not travel with the team for its series opener against the St. Louis Cardinals.
The day Princess Margaret's son joined my school: In the final instalment of his memoir
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:39
NICHOLAS COLERIDGE: One day, I started a school newspaper, the Ashdown News, which ran for two issues. The first issue was headlined 'Exclusive: Princess Margaret to visit Ashdown'.
New implant shaped like the 'wire on a champagne cork' could spell the end of high blood pressure 
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:35
An implant that resembles the wire over a champagne cork could offer a new way to tackle high blood pressure. The device will stimulate blood vessels causing them to narrow or widen.
Man City isn't in crisis despite loss to Norwich City
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:31
Pep Guardiola's side shouldn't worry despite Saturday's 3-2 defeat at Norwich City.
Champions League will be won by Man City, Liverpool or Barcelona. Sorry, everyone else
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:30
It's not just bookmakers who believe Europe's top competition is a three-horse race this season. Here's why they're so far ahead of the pack.
DOCTORS XAND AND CHRIS VAN TULLEKEN: How The Mail's wellness journal is already changing our lives
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:20
Dr Xand Van Tulleken: Monday morning of the first week and I stare at the Wellness Journal with self-loathing and regret. I have to change my life so much. The biggest source of shame is my weight.
A beer a day could keep your diabetes at bay, scientific review finds
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:19
Results of ten studies analysed by researchers in China found alcohol has some positive effects on type 2 diabetes. However, alcohol is known to be dangerous for diabetics by causing complications.
Daniel Ricciardo: 'This season emphasised my love for Formula 1'
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:15
It's perhaps not surprising that a racing driver is still happy with his $50m contract - but when it's Daniel Ricciardo, it's not about the money.
Will Donald Trump unleash hell on Iran? Oil prices soaring, threats of 'full-on war'
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:09
The events in the obscure Saudi oil town of Abqaiq rocked world oil prices and dramatically raised the stakes in the ongoing tensions between the US and Iran.
JAN MOIR: In his hotly-anticipated TV interview, David Cameron was a rescue pup... rescuing himself 
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 01:00
JAN MOIR: Tom Bradby's portentous voiceover boomed on about a 'divided and angry nation' as the cameras rolled on a 30-minute interview with former UK PM David Cameron.
Councils are acting as recruiting sergeants for county lines drug gangs MPs warn
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:56
A damning inquiry by MPs says troubled youngsters are being dumped in unsupervised housing to save costs. Isolated from their friends and families they risk being recruited to sell drugs.
Manhattan DA subpoenas 8 years of Trump tax returns but he insists 'I don't know anything about it'
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:45
Trump told on Monday afternoon that he had no idea officials in his hometown had made any such move. 'I don't know anything about it,' he said as he left for a New Mexico political rally.
Family reared abandoned fawn in their kitchen before setting him free... and now he makes trips back
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:43
The Hervey-Bathursts reared a fawn who was attacked by another deer just moments after it was born in the middle of a fiend near Basingstoke in Hampshire. Now it bounds over to say hello.
Bermuda judge is slammed by British Appeal Court
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:35
Calisle Greaves, who served until last month as a junior judge in the British overseas territory, made the outrageous remark while a witness gave crucial evidence during the hearing.
More than half of professional women have never asked for a pay rise, according to a survey 
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:34
Around 57pc have not sought to negotiate a higher salary, while 57pc of men have asked for more money, the study from recruiters Robert Walters and Totaljobs shows.
Helwani Show: Poirier eyes McGregor in wake of Khabib loss
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:32
Among the guests on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show were Dustin Poirier, who discussed Conor McGregor, and Tristan Connelly, who spoke on his UFC debut.
Sex tape at the centre of £30m court battle: Crude culture at embattled Burford exposed 
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 00:29
A series of Whatsapp messages sent between Alex MacInnes-Ostrouch and Daniel Hall of Burford Capital, the London-listed litigation funder which is at the centre of a string of scandals.

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