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A Cagliari University study in rats found that when males were exposed to THC, weed's psychoactive ingredient, their brains made excess dopamine, which is linked to risky behavior and addiction.
Dietitian Helen Bond tests whether the new 'super' cheeses, that are billed as being able to lower cholesterol and are even suitable for lactose intolerance, are worth a slice of the action.
Furious customers last night savaged Barclays for axeing cash withdrawals at post offices. Around 15million transactions were carried out last year -yet the bank is to end the vital service from January.
The battery-powered device is designed to help people with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). Untreated OSA is linked to a higher risk of conditions such as heart disease and stroke.
We most often think of lead as a water problem, but new research from Tulane University found that kids blood levels of the toxic metal fall as the levels of lead in soil do in New Orleans, Louisiana.
England's Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria was temporarily halted twice after the visiting players reported racist chanting and Nazi salutes from the home crowd to the referee.
A remarkable rebellion by the five judges saw the £50,000 prize for fiction split between Margaret Atwood (right) and Londoner Bernardine Evaristo (left).
Trump issued a statement threatening sanctions against Turkey after saying that 'Anyone who wants to assist Syria in protecting the Kurds is good with me.' The U.S.-armed and trained Kurds to fight ISIS.
TOM LEONARD: It was July 1975 and Jimmy Hoffa was in Detroit for a wedding, with his good friend and aide Frank Sheeran. Sheeran pulled out a gun.
The bear was spotted in Churchill, Manitoba by shocked resident Danielle Daley, who looked up out the window from her desk on October 9 to see the white bear running from conservation officers.
Ian Wright was proud of England's players for taking action after receiving racist abuse. The match against Bulgaria had to be halted twice after monkey chants were heard.
Boris Johnson will not resign if his Queen's Speech is rejected next week - and will try to govern until Labour agree to hold an election. Vows to get 'national gearbox working again' in his plans.
We've all caught an unexpected photobomber amongst what could be a treasured photo. Now, Mobiles.co.uk have shared some of the best that have been sent in from people across the UK.
EXCLUSIVE: Julie O'Connor was repeatedly reassured by Southmead Hospital in Bristol that she did not have the disease. The report into her death concludes North Bristol NHS Trust 'failed Julie'.
Stephanie Nimmo, 51, from South-West London, is aware that, by speaking out in favour of vaccinations, she will be hit by a furious backlash from the anti-vax community.
A new study from the University of Geneva, in Switzerland, found having a fatty liver might be another cause of type 2 diabetes because it can produce glucose on its own.
Alexandra Adams, 25, from Cardiff, is a fourth-year medical student, on track to become the first doctor in Britain who is registered both deaf and blind.
Suzannah Pearce faced furious backlash after posting the picture of her dog on Twitter with a note attached reading: 'If I can be a vegan, so can you!' Piers Morgan said he'd 'never seen a sadder dog'.
In the first trailer for Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, which is set to air on ITV next Sunday, Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, can be seen snatching an intimate family moment.
You have to admire the sublime confidence of Sajid Javid and the Boris Johnson government. It is a case of: 'Don't worry about Brexit and a minority in the Commons - let's get on with governing.'