Thu05262016

LAST_UPDATEThu, 26 May 2016 7pm

Study Links Fathers’ Long Commute To Social, Emotional Problems In Kids

BERLIN — Fathers’ commuting to work has multiple negative impacts on children’s behaviour, China’s Xinhua news agency reported a new study as saying yesterday.

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Teenage Pregnancies Hit Record Low In England

LONDON — The Lancet has published research showing that rates of teenage pregnancy in England have halved since the start of the Government’s Teenage Pregnancy Strategy (TPS).

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A Healthier Lifestyle Could Cut Deaths From Cancer By Up To Half Finds New US Study

A NEW large-scale US study has found that many cancer cases and deaths in individuals could be prevented by following a healthy lifestyle.

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Teens Who Switch Between TV And Phone Could Be More Likely To Underperform At School

TEENAGERS who divide their attention between devices such as their phones, video games, and the TV tend to have lower scores in math and English new Canadian research has found.

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How The Elephant Became The Newest Celebrity Cause

LONDON — Actress Elizabeth Hurley traveled to Nairobi from London a few weeks ago to witness the Kenyan government burn 105 tons of poached ivory, saying she “felt sickened to watch the great pyres.”

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Palestinian ‘Spiderboy’ Seeks To Storm Guinness World Records

GAZA CITY — Mohammed al-Sheikh is only 12 and feels trapped in Gaza but he dreams of a Guinness world record for a series of stunning backflips and his almost unbelievable body contortions.

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‘Angry Birds’ Tops North American Box Office

LOS ANGELES: “The Angry Birds Movie” hopped to the top of the North American box office over the weekend, booting “Captain America” to second place, according to preliminary industry estimates Sunday.

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Cannes Film Festival Winners 2016

CANNES: Here are the winners from the 2016 Cannes film festival, as chosen by a jury led by Australian director and “Mad Max” creator George Miller:

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Philippine Star Jaclyn Jose Wins Best Actress At Cannes

MANILA: Philippine soap star Jaclyn Jose won best actress at the Cannes film festival Sunday for her mesmerising performance as a slum matriarch who falls prey to corrupt police.

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[Video] Checkout This 'Kung-Fu' Cop Who Just Got Promoted For His Incredible Moves In The Face Of Danger

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Despite having his police vehicle shattered, torched and set upon by rioters, when Kevin Philippy stepped out of the car to face his attackers he was a picture of total calm, ducking violent blows so deftly he earned the nicknamed 'kung-fu' policeman.

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