After fumbling and almost knocking over a glass of wine, I finally located the piece of bread I was searching for. I just hoped I was using it to mop up the sauce on my own plate and not my neighbour's.
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Today, on the 14 April Dr Shafi Ahmed will carry out what would, on any other day, be a routine colon cancer operation.
Except it won't be like any other day because Dr Ahmed's operation is going to be the first ever to be broadcast live
Xbox staff have tweeted draft images of wheelchair options for avatars after gamers suggested the idea on Twitter.
Twitter user Seamus Blackley, who describes himself as a games designer in his bio, suggested the idea in a tweet earlier this week:
One tweeter suggested Blackley set up
If you’re cooking for one, big packs of chicken or turkey often mean that it’s a struggle to finish an opened pack of poultry before it goes off.
But now a simple change to packaging could stop people from throwing thousands of tons of poultry in
London’s biggest annual winter coat drive is back for its sixth year, collecting used outerwear for those who need it during the colder months.
Wrap Up London, organised by charity Hands On London, allows members of the public to donate unwanted coats at tube stations across
In a small village outside of Milton Keynes, dogs of all ages and breeds are trained to sniff out cancer from thousands of samples, in a routine that will one day save lives.
At Medical Detection Dogs’ HQ, a major trial is underway where pets are taught to
The number of plastic carrier bags found on UK beaches has dropped by almost half, according to conservationists.
The Marine Conservation Society said the introduction of a 5p levy on single use plastic bags in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland over the last five years