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Nose balloon could be used to treat glue ear - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
"Using the nose to inflate a balloon helps heal glue ear," BBC News reports. The technique, known as autoinflation, was found to be effective in around half of cases of this common childhood ear condition. Autoinflation is where a child blows into a ...

Firms to reveal action on ensuring slave labour is not being used - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Thousands of Britain's biggest firms will be forced to reveal whether they have taken action to ensure they do not use child or slave labour under plans set out by the Prime Minister. David Cameron made the commitment as he prepared to become the first ...

New NHS guidance on end-of life treatment after Liverpool Care Pathway withdrawn - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Decisions on when patients are reaching the end of their life should be taken by a number of health experts rather than relying on the medical opinion of just one doctor, according to new guidance from health officials. The draft guidelines from the ...

American dentist wanted by police after protected lion Cecil is shot dead - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
An American dentist is wanted by police after a well-known protected lion was shot dead. Walter James Palmer reportedly paid 50,000 US dollars (£32,000) to shoot the lion in Zimbabwe earlier this month. There are fears that the lion's cubs could now be ...

Ribena reassurance as Tesco bans lunch box cartons of sugary drinks - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Ribena has reassured consumers that they can still buy some of its products from Tesco after the supermarket giant announced it will ban sugary cartons aimed at children. Twitter users wrote of their despair at the news, while some appeared to wrongly ...

Police leave voicemail on M9 crash victim's phone - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Police called crash victim Lamara Bell's phone 10 days after she died, her family have revealed. Ms Bell, 25, was critically injured in the crash off the M9 near Stirling on July 5 and died in hospital a week later. Her partner John Yuill, 28, was found ...

Ennis-Hill backed in medal bid - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Jessica Ennis-Hill can be a gold medal contender at the World Championships in Beijing next month, according to British Athletics performance director Neil Black. The Olympic heptathlon champion will head to her first major championship since London 2012 ...

England seek Edgbaston boost - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Alastair Cook's England still have the chance to become the Ashes heroes of 2015 - and can start by turning on the style for the 10-year anniversary of Edgbaston's most famous Test. Cook admits his team's embarrassing 405-run defeat last week, when ...

Hamilton expects to bounce back - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Lewis Hamilton is confident normal order will be restored when Formula One emerges from its four-week summer shutdown at next month's Belgian Grand Prix. Hamilton had been expected to romp to a record fifth victory in Budapest on Sunday, but endured an ...

Reedie advises LA switch - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Los Angeles should step in as the United States' bid for the 2024 Olympics to replace Boston, according to Britain's IOC vice-president Sir Craig Reedie. Boston's campaign was effectively ended by a serious lack of public support but Reedie believes Los ...

Wenger defends Arsenal spending - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Arsene Wenger has rejected claims from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho that Arsenal have abandoned their cautious transfer approach. Chelsea manager Mourinho has suggested totting up Arsenal's spending in the last two years leads to a "surprise", resuming ...

Young people backed over right to delete material from internet - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The right to delete embarrassing and sometimes incriminating posts from the internet will allow children to become adults without their childhood leaving a permanent mark on the web. It would also mean that they could take responsibility, as adults, by ...

Former British boxing champion cleared of Syria trip plot - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
A former British boxing champion accused of putting his boxing gloves and championship belt on eBay to raise cash to join Islamic State (IS) is one of three Muslim converts cleared of plotting to travel to Syria. Anthony Small, 33, who boxed under the ...

Ben Needham social media bid launched on 24th anniversary of his disappearance - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The family of Ben Needham, from Sheffield, is hoping a social media campaign on the 24th anniversary of his disappearance could lead to new information to help their search. Ben was 21 months old when he vanished on July 24 1991 after travelling to the ...

Clarke keen to test Bairstow - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Australia captain Michael Clarke has warned returning England batsman Jonny Bairstow that his recent exploits in county cricket may not have prepared him for the Ashes. Bairstow will bat at number five in the third Investec Test at Edgbaston having been ...

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