PROFESSOR GUY LESCHZINER looks at managing sleep apnoea 
PROFESSOR GUY LESCHZINER: One of the main risk factors for sleep apnoea is being overweight (especially if you carry fat around the neck).
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Home Office denies plans to use sonic devices against migrant boats in Channel
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper accused No 10 of chasing headlines
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UK cases continue to plunge, Plan B curbs may soon be lifted, and WHO says light at end of tunnel
Professor Mike Tildesley, a leading government adviser, said the latest figures were 'cautiously good news' and Britain might have a flu-type relationship with the virus by the end of the year.
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Katie Price shows off gift from Junior - after Emily Andre posted about present from her son
Katie Price was amused by a present that her son Junior Andre - the eldest of her kids with ex Peter Andre - got her
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Lords inflict multiple defeats on ministers with misogyny voted a hate crime
Peers vote 242-185 for heavier penalties in England and Wales as ministers lose 13 divisionsThe House of Lords has voted to make misogyny a hate crime in England and Wales, in a night of several defeats for the government in the upper chamber.The law change would enable judges to impose stronger penalties if prejudice against women is proved to be the motivation, and would also require the police to record whether crimes were motivated by a hatred of someone’s sex or gender. Continue reading...
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EFL working to resolve Derby County’s administration ‘impasse’
The EFL issued a statement addressing the ‘challenging’ situation between Derby, Middlesbrough and Wycombe.
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Neil Robertson wants Crucible changes: ‘I’m disappointed every year I go to the World Championship’
'It just doesn't feel like the World Championship anymore.'
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The mystery of who handed Anne Frank over to the Nazis in 1944 might finally have been solved
A new forensic investigation led by a former FBI agent may have finally solved the mystery of who handed Anne Frank and her family over to the Nazis in 1944.
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Magistrates to be given power to jail offenders for up to a year to help clear court delays
Critics warns change could make crown court delays even worse
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Simon Cowell called an 'idiot' by Britain's Got Talent's David Walliams in flag blunder
As Britain's Got Talent returned, it's audience was left in stitches after judge Simon Cowell mistook the English flag for the flag of Switzerland
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Hero gran, 59, fatally shot trying to save co-worker in attempted mugging
Cracker Barrel manager Robin Baucom, 59, was fatally shot as she tried to help a co-worker as she was being mugged outside the restaurant near Houston, Texas
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Covid could be turning children into 'fussy eaters' because it can distort their sense of smell
Covid has left as many as 250,000 Britons suffering from parosmia - a symptom where people experience strange and often unpleasant smell distortions.
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Covid may be turning some children into fussy eaters, experts say
Virus can cause parosmia, a condition which distorts or changes smell
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Sadiq Khan plots to hit motorists in London with 'pay per mile' charges
The capital's Labour mayor (pictured) wants road pricing to force those who drive petrol or diesel cars to switch to public transport, walking, cycling or electric vehicles 'where necessary'.
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Law on sale of knives to under-18s to be tightened
Sale and delivery of corrosive products to under-18s will also be banned
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Inside Adele's Las Vegas residency with £30k-a-night suite, butler, chauffeur and security
Superstar Adele is going to be performing at Caesars Palace's Colosseum from this weekend until April
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Millions of volunteers sought for major study which aims to predict who will get ill in later life
Campaign aims to find ways to prevent and treat diseases such as dementia, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke
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Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts
Francesca Allen, Jess and Eve Gale and model Jodie Marsh among 122 Instagram influencers publicly sanctioned by watchdogSocial media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules.The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which issued a final warning to 122 UK-based Instagram influencers over repeatedly failing to tell followers when they were paid to promote products in posts, has resorted to using the social media platform to highlight their behaviour to users. Continue reading...
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Campaign aims to stop Facebook encryption plans over child abuse fears
No Place to Hide drive funded by Home Office to warn social media firms over dangers of end-to-end encryptionA government-backed campaign has stepped up the pressure on plans by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps to introduce end-to-end encryption, warning that millions of cases of child sex abuse could go undetected.The new campaign warns that social media companies are “willingly blindfolding” themselves to abuse if they implement end-to-end encryption for private messaging. Continue reading...
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Sadiq Khan proposes journey charge for motorists in London
Mayor says air pollution and climate crisis are issues of ‘social justice’ in capital and across the globeMotorists across the whole of London could be charged for every journey from 2024 under plans being drawn up to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality.The mayor, Sadiq Khan, said London should be a global leader in introducing smart road pricing, as a report found car journeys in the capital needed to be cut by more than a quarter to meet net zero emissions targets by 2030. Continue reading...
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Thousands of student gambling addicts ‘spending £30 a week on habit’
Research finds people racking up debts and missing out on university life to fund bettingThousands of student gambling addicts are spending an average of £30 a week on betting, racking up debts and missing out on university life to fund their habit, research has found.In a survey of 2,000 students, 80% said they gambled, with 35% of those who did admitting using their student loan, bank overdrafts, borrowing from friends or taking out payday loans. Continue reading...
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Magistrates will get power to give one-year jail sentences to cut backlog
Pandemic has caused huge delays in justice system but barristers claim change in England and Wales is ‘distraction politics’Magistrates in England and Wales will be given more sentencing powers in an attempt to tackle the backlog of cases waiting to be dealt with by criminal courts.In the latest effort to reduce both the number of outstanding cases and the pressure faced by crown courts during the coronavirus pandemic, magistrates will be able to hand out jail terms of up to a year – double the current maximum. Continue reading...
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No 10 denies Cummings’ claim PM knew about lockdown drinks party
Boris Johnson’s former chief adviser said he is prepared to ‘swear under oath’ that the PM lied to Parliament over 2020 gathering.
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No 10 denies Cummings’ claim PM knew about lockdown drinks party
Boris Johnson’s former chief adviser said he is prepared to ‘swear under oath’ that the PM lied to Parliament over 2020 gathering.
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Warnings over curfew risk for domestic abuse victims
Inspectors raised serious concerns about the findings.
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5m volunteers sought for UK’s largest ever health research project
By tracking people throughout their lives, researchers hope to figure out who is likely to get ill even before they have symptoms.
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Savers need stronger support to navigate pensions minefield, say MPs
A target should be set for people accessing the free service Pension Wise or taking paid-for advice, the Work and Pensions Committee said.
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Law on sale of knives to under-18s to be tightened, says policing minister
Possession of corrosive substances in public places is to be banned under new draft guidelines.
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UK should ‘share Covid vaccine doses with world over further boosters at home’
Most adults understand that ‘we need to vaccinate the world to end the pandemic at home’, according to a survey for the ONE Campaign.
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Covid-19 may be turning children into fussy eaters, experts suggest
The smell experts have released guidance to help parents and healthcare professionals better recognise parosmia.
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London needs to charge drivers by the mile to cut emissions – Sadiq Khan
Research commissioned by the Labour mayor found that a 27% reduction in London’s car traffic is required by 2030 to meet net zero ambitions.
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More sentencing powers for magistrates in bid to tackle court backlog
The maximum jail term that can be handed out in the lower criminal courts will double to 12 months.
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Is ambivalence standing in the way of your healthy change?
You want to start exercising, but you don’t like to sweat. This conflicting feeling is called ambivalence, and it can be overcome, writes Stacey Colino
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Sort pension 'minefield' NOW! Sunak told to get tough as Britons struggle - new warning
RISHI SUNAK is under immense pressure to solve a "pensions minefield" with MPs calling on the Government to help savers make better decisions.
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Sir David Attenborough to explore final day of dinosaurs in one-off BBC documentary
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Sadiq Khan considers new daily ‘clean air charge’ for petrol and diesel cars in London
Mayor is also considering expanding the ultra-low emission zone to cover entire of capital
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Warnings over curfew risk for domestic abuse victims
Inspectors raised serious concerns about the findings.
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Savers need stronger support to navigate pensions minefield, say MPs
A target should be set for people accessing the free service Pension Wise or taking paid-for advice, the Work and Pensions Committee said.
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Venture Capital fund Blossom raises £316m in funding for investments
The London-based VC fund said a third of the investment will go into cryptocurrency businesses as the sector goes mainstream.
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Cashback in shops ‘not enough on its own to plug gaps in fragile cash system’
Which? found nearly half of people said they are unlikely to use the cashback without a purchase scheme in shops.
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Law on sale of knives to under-18s to be tightened, says policing minister
Possession of corrosive substances in public places is to be banned under new draft guidelines.
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Coronation Street's Sally is arrested as Tim fights for life in health battle
Coronation Street spoilers reveal Sally Metcalfe gets arrested next week, as husband Tim continues to battle with his health as he prepares to undergo heart surgery
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The Chase’s Bradley Walsh to host return of legendary Blankety Blank game show
Blankety Blank is set to return to BBC One with a new Saturday night series, after the success of a nine episode run and two festive specials with The Chase’s Bradley Walsh
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Magistrates will be able to jail people for a year as powers doubled overnight
Currently JPs can only hand out sentences of six months or less - but this time period will be doubled in the coming months in a bid to tackle the Covid backlog
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Tom Fletcher's wife says star has kept Strictly abs and gushes over his 'inner sexiness'
Giovanna Fletcher says her husband has managed to keep his six pack after he appeared on Strictly Come Dancing - and she loves it
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Coleen Nolan pictured with Tinder boyfriend for first time as sex life 'better than ever'
Loose Women star Coleen Nolan, 56, has spoken about her blossoming romance with a man she met on Tinder, but has not shared any photographs with him or revealed his identity - until now
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Coronation Street spoilers: Guilty Faye confesses truth about Ted's death to Craig
Faye Windass and Emma Brooker ran over pensioner Ted in Coronation Street, and have kept their involvement a secret ever since - but copper Craig Tinker has been getting closer to the truth
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