How switching to decaf could save your sight: Drinking three cups of coffee a day linked with vision loss and blindness Coffee increases the risk of eye condition glaucomaThose with a family history most at riskNo association found with tea, coffee or cola | UPDATED: 14:47 GMT, 5 October 2012 Coffee: More than three cups a day may increase the risk of glaucoma Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day may increase the risk of vision loss and blindness, according to American research.
Henri the existential kitty voted star of the world”s best cat viral video, festival declares Over 10,000 gathered for first ever viral cat video festival Henri 2, Paw de Deux nabbed the Golden Kitty, the festival”s top prizeViral movie has amassed over 3.2 million views on YouTube
Six cups of coffee a day could cut the risk of bowel cancer by 40 per cent Those who drank four cups of coffee a day saw their risk of a tumour drop by about 15 per centTea lovers did not see any reduction in risk | UPDATED: 15:51 GMT, 28 August 2012 Drinking several cups of coffee every day can significantly reduce the risk of bowel cancer, new research shows.
The force is strong with this cat: Kitten named Anakin who was born without a pelvis or his two hind legs. A young cat named Anakin has a lifetime of challenges facing him ever since he was born without a pelvis and his rear two legs.
“Don”t mess with our food”: Burger King worker who posted pictures of himself standing in bins of lettuce hunted down by vigilante website users and fired | UPDATED: 11:46 GMT, 18 July 2012 We”re used to hearing stories of how fast news can travel on the internet.
Cats away! Artist turns his dead pet into flying helicopter after it is killed by a car. Many animal lovers find it hard to part with their pets when they die.
Just what IS going on in your dog's head First MRI brain scans let us know what our pets really think of us Two dogs trained to walk into MRI scanner and hold stillBrain's reward centre light ups when signals show they will get a treatShows dogs pay close attention to human signals and languageFurther study will investigate just how much they really understand | UPDATED: 12:22 GMT, 7 May 2012 The dreams of dog-lovers have come true – and a new scan will let them know how their pets REALLY feel about them.
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