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Rory McIlroy confident of breaking major hoodoo with victory in US Open

Rory McIlroy is bullish about his chances of ending his seven‑year major hoodoo when the 121st US Open shoves off on Thursday morning. The world No 11 said he has

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Sudden cardiac death more likely to fell persons with HIV infection

Individuals infected with HIV are more than twice as likely to die from sudden cardiac death (SCD) compared to the general population, and are more likely to have hearts compromised

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Aviva Investors’ equities CIO Cumming to exit in shake-up

David Cumming, chief investment officer for equities at Aviva Investors, is to leave the firm, and other roles in the equity fund management team are also at risk, the fund

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London mod trailer reveals incredible post-apocalyptic cityscape

You’ve thought it, I’ve thought it, but the question of what London would look like in the Fallout universe has never truly been answered… until now. A Fallout mod team

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Mum urges dog owners to vaccinate pets as cases of potentially fatal illness spike in UK

A woman who bought a dog to help her children through her terminal breast cancer diagnosis was scammed by breeders who gave her fake vaccination papers – which almost cost

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England’s Heather Knight narrowly misses century before India fight back

Heather Knight fell agonisingly short of becoming the first Englishwoman to score a Test century since she herself achieved the feat in 2013, with the captain trapped leg before wicket

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Study finds ‘serious problems with privacy’ in mobile health apps

An in-depth analysis of more than 20,000 health related mobile applications (mHealth apps) published by The BMJ today finds “serious problems with privacy and inconsistent privacy practices.” The researchers say

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Google dangles paid upgrade to businesses using Gmail addresses

Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday unveiled an option for small businesses to upgrade their Gmail accounts for greater calendaring, video chat and email newsletter functionalities. Google Workspace Individual, which starts

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GTA Online will shut down in December for PS3, Xbox 360

The long-lived Grand Theft Auto Online will finally shut down its PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 servers on 16th December 2021. In a blog post, Rockstar said it had made

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Man spends £10,000 covering himself in tattoos to distract from facial birthmark

A man spent more than £10,000 covering himself in tattoos to distract from his facial birthmark which had left him with crippling anxiety. Photographer and videographer Heywood Taylor, 36, was

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