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Harrow Times
Bin tax: what do you think?People living in Harrow will have to start paying £74 to have their brown bins
Bin tax: what do you think?
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
People living in Harrow will have to start paying £74 to have their brown bins collected – a service that is currently free. Brown bins are currently removed by binmen weekly and used to dispose of both garden and food waste. The move has been... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Touching moment dead mother's family recreate her special birthday treat for sonIn January the 31-year-old died after a week on a life support machine but her
Touching moment dead mother's family recreate her special birthday treat for son
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
In January the 31-year-old died after a week on a life support machine but her sister Kelly decided to carry on the tradition, recruiting a crowd of family and friends to dress up and greet Harley at the school gates. Surprise: Harley's 10th... Read more
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express
Son of woman killed in CAR SMASH surprised by family on first birthday without mum THE FAMILY of a woman killed in a car crash caused by her speeding boyfriend
Son of woman killed in CAR SMASH surprised by family on first birthday without mum
express / Posted 6 hours ago
THE FAMILY of a woman killed in a car crash caused by her speeding boyfriend found a poignant way to mark her son's first birthday without her – by surprising him at... Read more
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Harrow Times
Man caught dumping waste on CCTV finedAn unemployed builder who was caught dumping waste on CCTV footage has been fin
Man caught dumping waste on CCTV fined
Harrow Times / Posted 6 hours ago
An unemployed builder who was caught dumping waste on CCTV footage has been fined. George Trandafir, of Clydesdale Avenue, Stanmore, put six bags of waste from his home into residential bins belonging to Canons Court, Edgware. The 41-year-old was... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Second day of Havering Show a success despite showersRomford Pictures: The Havering Show on Sunday. Knights of the Damned The dow
Second day of Havering Show a success despite showers
Romford Recorder / Posted 7 hours ago
Romford Pictures: The Havering Show on Sunday. Knights of the Damned The downpour failed to dampen spirits at the second and final day of 2015’s Havering Show. To send a link to this page you... Read more
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Harrow Times
Photo of the week: bee resting on a flowerTHIS photo of a bee nesting on a flower is our picture of the week. It was tak
Photo of the week: bee resting on a flower
Harrow Times / Posted 7 hours ago
THIS photo of a bee nesting on a flower is our picture of the week. It was taken by Maurice Brazil, of Southway, Totteridge, in his back garden. Chief photographer Peter Beal, who picked it as the winner, said: “It’s a very creative shot. The... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering Show 2015: Second day of attraction a success despite showers James Smith performing on day two of the 2015 Havering Show The downpour fai
Havering Show 2015: Second day of attraction a success despite showers
Romford Recorder / Posted 19 hours ago
James Smith performing on day two of the 2015 Havering Show The downpour failed to dampen spirits at the second and final day of 2015’s Havering Show. To send a link to this... Read more
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Harrow Times
Countdown on for this year's Relay for Life fundraiserCANDLES will be lit in a celebration of life and hope at a cancer fundraiser.
Countdown on for this year's Relay for Life fundraiser
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
CANDLES will be lit in a celebration of life and hope at a cancer fundraiser. Runners will take to the track at Bannister Sports Centre, Uxbridge Road on Saturday, September 5 to take part in this year’s annual overnight Race for Life fundraiser for... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Rugby’s Sept. 12 ‘Lantern Tour’ Features New CharactersThe 2015 version of Historic Rugby’s unique Lantern Tour of Laurel Dale Cemeter
Rugby’s Sept. 12 ‘Lantern Tour’ Features New Characters
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
The 2015 version of Historic Rugby’s unique Lantern Tour of Laurel Dale Cemetery, on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern (5:30 Central), will unveil several new characters from Rugby’s past as costumed presenters share the stories of a colorful... Read more
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Harrow Times
Final push to encourage Harrow households to join air ambulance fundraiserGENEROUS volunteers can rattle collection tins and host bake sales to help rais
Final push to encourage Harrow households to join air ambulance fundraiser
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
GENEROUS volunteers can rattle collection tins and host bake sales to help raise £2 million for a second air ambulance. London's Air Ambulance is calling on Harrow households to join The Big Lift in its final fundraising push for the ‘Your London,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wentworth star steps up as Dave's dadAccepting a role in Step Dave was a welcome relief from Wentworth, finds Dionne
Wentworth star steps up as Dave's dad
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Accepting a role in Step Dave was a welcome relief from Wentworth, finds Dionne Christian. Aaron Jeffery as Warren in Step Dave. Photo / Supplied It was one of the most shocking scenes Kiwi TV star Aaron Jeffery has ever filmed or watched. Matt... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering Show: Bad Manners to bring ‘party atmosphere’ to main stage Bad Manners performing at havering Show Buster Bloodvessel, the eccentric, b
Havering Show: Bad Manners to bring ‘party atmosphere’ to main stage
Romford Recorder / Posted 3 days ago
Bad Manners performing at havering Show Buster Bloodvessel, the eccentric, bald-headed, frontman of ska band Bad Manners has pledged to get his audience to their feet as he closes... Read more
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Pendle Today
Five million people ‘at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes’ A patient undergoing a blood sugar test for diabetes Type 2 diabetes linked t
Five million people ‘at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes’
Pendle Today / Posted 3 days ago
A patient undergoing a blood sugar test for diabetes Type 2 diabetes linked to unhealthy lifestyles and obesity 2.9 million people in England already diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes Type 2... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
'Exams put pressure on children - that is their virtue'"Pupils in successful countries take exams. They force children to place the kn
'Exams put pressure on children - that is their virtue'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
"Pupils in successful countries take exams. They force children to place the knowledge they have been presented with into the memory." Exams put pressure on children, and that is their great virtue. Girls are more likely to want to please the... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Champion Hornchurch out to make it a double in final Hornchurch celebrate after clinching the Division One title (pic: Alison Smit
Champion Hornchurch out to make it a double in final
Romford Recorder / Posted 4 days ago
Hornchurch celebrate after clinching the Division One title (pic: Alison Smith/Hornchurch CC) Skipper Roy Smith reflects on winning the Division One title and preparing for League Cup final on... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Champion Hornchurch out to make it a double in finalHornchurch celebrate after clinching the Division One title (pic: Alison Smith/
Champion Hornchurch out to make it a double in final
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted 4 days ago
Hornchurch celebrate after clinching the Division One title (pic: Alison Smith/Hornchurch CC) Skipper Roy Smith reflects on winning the Division One title and preparing for League Cup final on... Read more
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Harrow Times
Police and court issue first behaviour order with active conditionsA convicted man has been ordered to attend an alcohol treatment service after a
Police and court issue first behaviour order with active conditions
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
A convicted man has been ordered to attend an alcohol treatment service after abusing police officers and passers-by. In July, Jason Adlington, 35, was convicted of being drunk and disorderly in Harrow Town Centre after being abusive to passers-by... Read more
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Harrow Times
Proud mother puts son forward for victory in leisure centre competitionA keen fundraiser has tangoed his way to victory after being announced a leisur
Proud mother puts son forward for victory in leisure centre competition
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
A keen fundraiser has tangoed his way to victory after being announced a leisure centre’s most successful man. Harrow Leisure Centre, in Christchurch Avenue, Harrow, has named 20-year-old Kishan Sheth as Harrow’s most inspirational man, following... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
In The County, a museum of the people, by the peopleLITTLETON, Maine — On a recent sunny Sunday afternoon, the mowed field in front
In The County, a museum of the people, by the people
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
LITTLETON, Maine — On a recent sunny Sunday afternoon, the mowed field in front of the Southern Aroostook Agricultural Museum was crowded with antique automobiles, trucks and farm equipment for a one-day show. Hundreds of enthusiasts of all ages... Read more
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Evening Standard
Apprentice winner's threat to sue clinic after sister killed by trainA former winner from TV’s Apprentice is threatening legal action against a ment
Apprentice winner's threat to sue clinic after sister killed by train
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
A former winner from TV’s Apprentice is threatening legal action against a mental hospital for “serious failures” that allowed his vulnerable sister to leave unsupervised before she was struck by a train. Simon Ambrose, who scooped a £100,000 job... Read more
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Harrow Times
Scale of diabetes risk in Harrow revealedMORE people in Harrow are at risk of diabetes than across the rest of the count
Scale of diabetes risk in Harrow revealed
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
MORE people in Harrow are at risk of diabetes than across the rest of the country. People in Harrow have one of the highest numbers of people at risk of Type 2 diabetes in the UK, at 14 per cent. The percentage represents an estimate of 27,935... Read more
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Harrow Times
Summer showcase puts the spotlight on pupils' talentsPUPILS from a theatre arts school wowed audiences in a summer showcase. More t
Summer showcase puts the spotlight on pupils' talents
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
PUPILS from a theatre arts school wowed audiences in a summer showcase. More than 40 pupils from Stagecoach Theatre Arts School Harrow performed a specially crafted set of songs including, Elton John’s Your Song and modern favourites such as John... Read more
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Clayton Tribune
The Clayton Tribune estate auction 10am sat august 29 252 taylor road lexington ga 30648 50 rifles handguns 84 z71 custom pickup 06 ram 1500 hemi 82 chev dually w454 ford 8n tractor harrow antique farm implements 94 fat boy shop and mechanics tools zero turn moDescription: Estate Auction 10am Sat August 29 252 Taylor Road Lexington, Ga 3
The Clayton Tribune estate auction 10am sat august 29 252 taylor road lexington ga 30648 50 rifles handguns 84 z71 custom pickup 06 ram 1500 hemi 82 chev dually w454 ford 8n tractor harrow antique farm implements 94 fat boy shop and mechanics tools zero turn mo
Clayton Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Description: Estate Auction 10am Sat August 29 252 Taylor Road Lexington, Ga 30648 50 rifles & handguns, 84 Z71 custom pickup, 06 Ram 1500 Hemi, 82 Chev dually w/454, Ford 8n tractor, harrow, antique farm implements, 94 Fat Boy, shop and mechanic's... Read more
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Harrow Times
Top prizes on offer as schoolgirls host charity quiz night in aid of best friendNANDOS vouchers and a framed print of Pinner high street are just some of the p
Top prizes on offer as schoolgirls host charity quiz night in aid of best friend
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
NANDOS vouchers and a framed print of Pinner high street are just some of the prizes that could be won at a charity quiz night. Zoe Neale, of Dorchester Avenue, North Harrow, has had a busy summer holidays writing to businesses and creating posters... Read more
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Evening Standard
Met police volunteer convicted of possessing extreme pornographyA Met police volunteer has been found guilty of possessing extreme pornography.
Met police volunteer convicted of possessing extreme pornography
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
A Met police volunteer has been found guilty of possessing extreme pornography. Special Constable David Baddiel, who denied possessing the images, was yesterday convicted following a trial at Harrow Crown Court. Jurors heard how he had three... Read more
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International Business Times
Met Police special constable David Baddiel possessed extreme pornography Metropolitan Police special constable David Baddiel has avoided jail after he w
Met Police special constable David Baddiel possessed extreme pornography
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
Metropolitan Police special constable David Baddiel has avoided jail after he was found guilty of possession of extreme pornography following a trial at Harrow Crown Court. The 33-year-old volunteer police officer, who is attached to the Met's... Read more
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express
Islamic refugee charities in 'significant cash irregularities' probesEXCLUSIVE: TWO ISLAMIC charities that raised at least £1m between them for "r
Islamic refugee charities in 'significant cash irregularities' probes
express / Posted 5 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: TWO ISLAMIC charities that raised at least £1m between them for "refugees in war torn Syria and Palestine" and "victims of natural disasters in Pakistan" are facing... Read more
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Dawson News & Advertiser
estate auction 10am sat august 29 252 taylor road lexington ga 30648 50 rifles handguns 84 z71 custom pickup 06 ram 1500 hemi 82 chev dually w454 ford 8n tractor harrow antique farm implements 94 fat boy shop and mechanics tools zero turn moDescription: Estate Auction 10am Sat August 29 252 Taylor Road Lexington, Ga 3
estate auction 10am sat august 29 252 taylor road lexington ga 30648 50 rifles handguns 84 z71 custom pickup 06 ram 1500 hemi 82 chev dually w454 ford 8n tractor harrow antique farm implements 94 fat boy shop and mechanics tools zero turn mo
Dawson News & Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
Description: Estate Auction 10am Sat August 29 252 Taylor Road Lexington, Ga 30648 50 rifles & handguns, 84 Z71 custom pickup, 06 Ram 1500 Hemi, 82 Chev dually w/454, Ford 8n tractor, harrow, antique farm implements, 94 Fat Boy, shop and mechanic's... Read more
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International Business Times
Notting Hill Carnival 2015: How to get there The streets of West London will come alive over the August bank holiday weekend
Notting Hill Carnival 2015: How to get there
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
The streets of West London will come alive over the August bank holiday weekend as the Notting Hill Carnival kicks off. Hundreds of thousands of visitors will attend Europe's largest street festival each day, enjoying the Caribbean atmosphere with... Read more
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Harrow Times
Five-star Harrow sweep aside Burgess Hill as run goes onAfter picking their first win of the season against Brentwood Town on Saturday,
Five-star Harrow sweep aside Burgess Hill as run goes on
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
After picking their first win of the season against Brentwood Town on Saturday, Steve Baker's Harrow extended their unbeaten start to the new league season to four games with a stunning 5-0 win at Burgess Hill Town. The Sussex side, newly promoted... Read more
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guardian-series
Borough councillor named new chairman of three Olympic venuesA London borough councillor has been appointed as the new chairman of three 201
Borough councillor named new chairman of three Olympic venues
guardian-series / Posted 5 days ago
A London borough councillor has been appointed as the new chairman of three 2012 Olympic venues. Paul Osborn was selected to takeover as the new leader of the 10,000 acre Lee Valley Regional Park on Tuesday (August 25). The London Borough of Harrow... Read more
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Harrow Times
Skipper steers Harrow Borough to first win of the seasonHarrow Borough picked up their first win of the Isthmian Premier Division seaso
Skipper steers Harrow Borough to first win of the season
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
Harrow Borough picked up their first win of the Isthmian Premier Division season, extending their unbeaten start to three games in the process, with a 1-0 win over Brentwood Town on Saturday. A header from captain Marc Charles-Smith separated the... Read more
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Evening Standard
London flooding: Parts of the capital deluged with heavy rainfallFire crews have been called out more than one hundred times in just three hours
London flooding: Parts of the capital deluged with heavy rainfall
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
Fire crews have been called out more than one hundred times in just three hours this afternoon after heavy rainfall led to flooding across the capital. London Fire Brigade (LFB) received a total of 400 calls between 1.30pm and 4.30pm - and 110 of... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
McNamee and Pitts lead Charger golfers past Devils Middlesex’s Elliott Redmon shot a 9-hole score of 47 against Rappahannock, an
McNamee and Pitts lead Charger golfers past Devils
Southside Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
Middlesex’s Elliott Redmon shot a 9-hole score of 47 against Rappahannock, and a 47 against Lancaster and Mathews. (Photo by Tom Chillemi) The Middlesex High School golf team opened its season on... Read more
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Harrow Times
Flash floods leave cars abandoned and people trapped across HarrowCARS have been left abandoned and a person was trapped with their newborn baby
Flash floods leave cars abandoned and people trapped across Harrow
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
CARS have been left abandoned and a person was trapped with their newborn baby during today's flash floods. After this week’s downpours, roads across the borough have been closed off and left a number of people trapped thanks to flooding. In North... Read more
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Harrow Times
'Appalling stench and human excrement' left at flytipping spotSupermarket crates, mattresses and human waste are just some of the items left
'Appalling stench and human excrement' left at flytipping spot
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
Supermarket crates, mattresses and human waste are just some of the items left dumped on the corner of a residential street. Households in Millais Gardens, Edgware, say their quiet road has been blighted by unwanted rubbish for close to ten... Read more
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Evening Standard
London council followed Twitter account dedicated to animal pornA London council has apologised after one of its social media accounts was foun
London council followed Twitter account dedicated to animal porn
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
A London council has apologised after one of its social media accounts was found to be following a sickening page dedicated to pornography featuring animals. Harrow Council has been heavily criticised after a local blogger discovered the Twitter... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Everything you need to know about Notting Hill CarnivalTouted as the biggest street festival in the world, the carnival has been runni
Everything you need to know about Notting Hill Carnival
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
Touted as the biggest street festival in the world, the carnival has been running annually since 1966, and is a marker of the summer for many residents of the capital and beyond. Led by members of the British West Indian community, it features... Read more
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Evening Standard
Residents of Harrow at most risk of getting type 2 diabetesAlmost 750,000 Londoners were today revealed to be at “high risk” of developing
Residents of Harrow at most risk of getting type 2 diabetes
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Almost 750,000 Londoners were today revealed to be at “high risk” of developing type 2 diabetes because of their unhealthy lifestyles. An alert was sounded by Public Health England over obesity, poor diet and inactive lifestyles as it estimated how... Read more
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Harrow Times
Colourful entries awarded top prizes in Harrow in Bloom competitionBRIGHTLY coloured hanging baskets and edible open spaces were whittled down to
Colourful entries awarded top prizes in Harrow in Bloom competition
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
BRIGHTLY coloured hanging baskets and edible open spaces were whittled down to just seven in the final of a floral competition. Over the last few months individuals and groups have been busy decorating and sculpting gardens across the borough’s... Read more
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Harrow Times
Celebrate reading and Roald Dahl at library eventsBook worms can celebrate their love of reading at a series of events aimed at y
Celebrate reading and Roald Dahl at library events
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
Book worms can celebrate their love of reading at a series of events aimed at young children. After a summer of Lego workshops for children, Harrow libraries are now hosting more fun and creative events to encourage youngsters to catch the reading... Read more
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Harrow Times
Council forced to 'tighten up' social media policies after Twitter account found following animal pornHARROW council has apologised after a Twitter account for a volunteer project w
Council forced to 'tighten up' social media policies after Twitter account found following animal porn
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
HARROW council has apologised after a Twitter account for a volunteer project was caught following a page featuring bestiality. Harrow council's Community Champions project was set up to encourage volunteers to sign up and help their community by... Read more
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Harrow Times
Leisure centre signs up to provide life-saving health checksSports fans can now check their blood pressure when they hit the gym. Harrow L
Leisure centre signs up to provide life-saving health checks
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
Sports fans can now check their blood pressure when they hit the gym. Harrow Leisure Centre, in Christchurch Avenue, has been commissioned to deliver NHS Health Checks for those aged 40 to 74 for the next 12 months. The free programme will be... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NHS to provide 'motivational coaches' in war on flabSuch patients will be offered a nine month programme, including group or “one-t
NHS to provide 'motivational coaches' in war on flab
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Such patients will be offered a nine month programme, including group or “one-to-one” sessions with health trainers. Officials from Public Health England (PHE) said the schemes would offer “motivational coaching” and advice about how to live... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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Gazette
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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Bury Times
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
Bury Times / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
Five million people in England 'at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Five million people in England are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and unhealthy lifestyles, according to a new analysis. In most parts of the country, more than one in 10 adults are at risk of Type 2 diabetes... Read more
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