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Tim Sandle

Digital Journalist based in London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Oct 1, 2011
Expertise in Celebrities, Technology, Board games, Environment & green living, Entertainment,   see all» General business news & info, Pharmaceuticals, Science & space, Music, Health, Movies, Video games, Sports, Education, Drinks, Internet, Charity & volunteer work, Social media, Concerts, Government, Books, Men's health, Politics, Food, recipes, Food, dining & restaurants, Travel, Careers & workplace

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How to Deal with the Most Common Allergy Problems Special

A leading doctor has said that around 55 percent of people suffer from allergies. Most people are allergic to something, such as pollen, dander, dairy products, gluten, and mold. The Digital Journal caught up with the medic to find out more.
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Passive smoking and obesity link

Scientists suggest that there is a link between long-term exposure to passive smoking and a risk of Type 2 diabetes in adults. The diabetes is, in turn, connected with obesity.
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Op-Ed: Does air pollution decline as economic freedom rises? Special

Toronto - Does the quality of the air increase with economic prosperity? That's the opinion of the right-of-center Canadian Fraser Institute. It is not a view shared by the Green Party.
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New ‘natural antidepressant’ reported

A substance, called neuritin, has been heralded as a natural antidepressant. The substance is found in the brain and it has a role in nerve transmission.
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Link between Down syndrome and leukemia found

A link between people with Down syndrome and people at a heightened risk of developing leukemia during childhood has been uncovered through a new study harnessing advanced medical testing.
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Ginseng can treat the flu

Atlanta - Ginseng can help treat and prevent the flu and other respiratory viruses that infect the lungs and breathing passages, according to new research findings.
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Joss Whedon surprises with releasing his movie on demand

Joss Whedon, best known for 'Buffy' and 'The Avengers', has surprisingly releasing his latest film online at the same time as it premiers at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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Robin Thicke claims UK's most downloaded song

Robin Thicke's highly controversial hit single "Blurred Lines" has been named as the U.K.'s most-downloaded song of all-time. The song was released in May 2013.
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Morrissey announces new album

Singer-songwriter Morrissey has announced the title and track listing of his first album in five years. The disc is to be titled "World Peace Is None Of Your Business."
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Case against the U.N. in Haiti continues Special

"It is time for justice to be done for the people of Haiti," states attorney Stan Alpert. Alpert is representing victims of cholera in Haiti - a disease introduced and spread by the United Nations.
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Rare types of facial hair make men more attractive

Whether clean shaven or with an unusual beard, if the facial hair of a man stands out then then man is more likely to be attractive to women. In contrast, men with similar facial hair to the mainstream are less likely to catch a woman’s attention.
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New test for pork virus

A virus in the U.S. has killed over 6 million pigs. Researchers have developed a new test to monitor for the disease. The hope is that improved detection can be used to slow down the rate of infection.
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Experts seek to improve the lives of those living with paralysis Special

Beijing - Canadian and Chinese experts have joined forces to improve the lives of those living with paralysis after spinal cord injury around the world.
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Should the U.S. prohibit reproductive cloning? Special

Researchers have produced stem cell lines using somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) from cells, making human reproductive cloning more technically feasible. Is this a good idea?
Digital Journal Report by Tim Sandle - 12 comments

Photo Essay: Lots of fun at the farm Special

London Colney - Willows Farm is located in leafy Hertfordshire, a county in England. The farm is aimed at children and attracts hundreds of visitors each day. This Easter the Digital Journal paid a visit.
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Chelsea Clinton announces pregnancy

New York - Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is pregnant with her first child. Chelsea made the announcement at a public event with her mother.
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Gene linked to pediatric kidney cancer

Boston - A type of pediatric kidney cancer has been linked to a specific gene, called Lin28, according to new research. Understanding this could lead to a new treatment.
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Clue for hepatitis C survival

Scientists have identified why people with the hepatitis C virus get liver disease and why the virus is able to persist in the body for so long. The answer is that the virus attacks the liver cells' energy centers.
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HIV risks lower with good bacteria

Galveston - A science team have grown vaginal skin cells outside of the human body and have studied the way that the cells interact with groups of 'good and bad' bacteria.
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Senator takes on antibiotic resistant organisms Special

Washington - With so-called “super bugs” on the rise, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has introduced a bill aimed at slowing down the rate of antibiotic resistant microorganisms.
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