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Two-thirds risk cooking unsafe food

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Consumers who judge the freshness of their food using the "sniff test" could be putting themselves in danger, a new survey shows.

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Campaign for law change to protect cyclists

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Do we need a law change to protect cyclists? A group called Cycle Law Scotland is campaigning for just that. Motorist and cyclist Chris Torney takes a closer look.

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New fines for middle-lane hogs & tailgaters

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The government is to introduce new fines for anti-social driving behaviour such as tailgating and middle-lane hogging from August.

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Are you sitting comfortably? Desk workers more obese

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Receptionists and administrative workers are 69 per cent more likely to gain weight while working, according to a new study.

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Talking on mobile phones raises blood pressure

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The stress caused from talking on a mobile phone can increase your blood pressure but practicing yoga can lower it, new studies have found.

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Treatment kills 15,000 cancer patients

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An estimated 15,000 cancer patients were killed in Britain last year from treatment rather than the disease, Lord Saatchi says.

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Should the hard shoulder be used as an extra driving lane?

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The introduction of "managed motorways" will see the hard shoulder used as an extra driving lane on some of the nation's major roads. Is this wise?

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Soap opera deaths: EastEnders versus Coronation Street

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For decades, soap opera fanatics have watched their favourite characters live and die in an array of dramatic and tragic ways.

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Blog: Should AA staff be given police powers?

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AA staff are being given the power to take the details of drivers suspected of committing a motoring offence. Writer Chris Torney asks: Should this remain a job for the police?

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Brits sit down for 20 hours a day

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The average British adult spends more than 20 hours a day sitting or lying down, a survey from Weight Watchers has found.

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