Pastry chef Sharon Anderson,28, of Letterkenny, Co Donegal, Ireland, is plagued by RSI caused by carrying out tasks at the restaurant in Bray, Berkshire, her lawyers claim. High blood pressure drugs more effective if taken at night before bed, study finds. Scientists from theUniversity of Vigo in Spain found people who took the drugs before bed had a 44% reduced risk of a heart attack compared to those who took them in the morning. WTA's mission to grow women's tennis. WTA CEO Steve Simon talks to Pat Cash about Maria Sharapova's 2017 return and how he plans to grow the game. Clarifications and corrections. To report an inaccuracy, please email corrections @mailonline.co.uk. To make a formal complaint under IPSO rules please go to www.mailonline .co.uk/readerseditor and fill out the form. Klopp believes Liverpool are once again among Europe's elite after seven Ballon D'Or nominations. Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool's septet of Ballon d'Or nominees is the surest indication his club have re-established themselves as a leading European force. That last toke for the road could be a downer with pot breathalyzers coming. One toke for the road could end up being a total bummer for drivers who smoke pot, with several companies in the United States preparing to market cannabis breathalyzers as legalized marijuana spreads across the country. Dubai's little sister Ajman is the latest Emirate luring holidaymakers. Ajman is a tiny city-state with a population of 540,000 and just half an hour's drive from Dubai Airport. Ed Cummings visited and found it was a gleaming city with a relaxed attitude. Couple are offering THOUSANDS of dollars as a reward to find their lost green parrot named Ollie. Ollie went missing from the Mundingburra home of Michelle and Chris Bowman in Townsville, Queensland on October 10. M.L.B. Working to Change Opioid Testing Rules. Commissioner Rob Manfred said his office was working with the players union to change its drug-testing policy. He also addressed M.L.B.s inquiry into Brandon Taubmans clubhouse outburst. Georgia Won a Big Game. Now Comes the Hard Part. The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 7 Notre Dame, 23-17, setting Georgia up for another run at a national title. Or not. Meet the drought hero who is delivering tonnes of pet food to Queensland farming families. Cheryl Ueberdiek, from Brisbane, was inspired after seeing a Facebook post from farming familieswho were thinking about putting their dogs down because they didn't have money for their food. Wisconsin Looks to Rise in a Big Ten Seeking Contenders. The Badgers started the 2018 season as a favorite. Then they stumbled in September and wound up going 8-5. This season is looking different so far. Clarence Williams Teacher 'duct tapes 11-year-old student's mouth shut for more than a half hour'. Clarence Williams, of Palo Alto Middle School in Killeen, Texas, has been placed on paid leave for a week while the local school district reviews a report of the incident. School officials did not provide details on what prompted the teacher to allegedly tape the boy's mouth shut on October 23.
Mother-of-four, 32, spared jail after police found her FIVE times over limit. Kyla Johnson downed a bottle of vodka and wine before getting behind the wheel of her car after an argument with her partner at her home in Urmston, Greater Manchester. Controversial Belgian parade slammed for antisemitic floats provokes further anger with new images. The Aalst Carnival, 20 miles west of Brussels, drew global condemnation in March for its use of a carnival float featuring 'caricatures of Jewish people' sitting on piles of money.
Burning Cane Review Poverty and Despair in Rural Louisiana. The director Phillip Youmans completed this, his first feature, while still in his teens. It feels like the work of an older, and fully formed, artist. Colombian Artist Seeks Justice for the Natural World. Carolina Caycedos artwork examines the social and environmental impact of harnessing rivers to generate power. German chipmakers report lower third quarter sales as downturn bites. German chipmakers Aixtron and Siltronic on Thursday reported a fall in third quarter sales, hurt by weaker demand due to a global economic downturn that has weighed on the microchip industry. 47 Arrested in Drag Races That Can Reach 100 M.P.H. Officers in New Haven staged a sting operation at a McDonalds parking lot known for its raucous drag-racing gatherings. Choice reveals the number one bathroom cleaner in Australia is $3.50 can from Coles. Cleaning experts at CHOICE have announced the 'best' bathroom cleaner in Australia after putting leading brands to the test based on price and performance. Tatiana Calderon Future F1 driver? Tatiana Calderon is a Formula One test driver for Alfa Romeo Sauber and is one of the biggest hopes for women in F1. Can she become a full-time driver?
Three Mobile customers can claim up to 20 compensation if they were hit by blackout last Thursday. Issues with signal problems and internet access in the late evening on October 16 with tens of thousands of customers leftunable to make calls, send text messages or get online for over 24 hours. Canada's Trudeau to remain in power but with minority government. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will remain in power but with a minority government that will require the support of a smaller left-leaning party after a hard-fought election in which he was dogged by scandals. Mia Womersley reports.
Putin cuts deal with Turkeys Erdogan as US withdraws from Syria. Overnight, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper arrived in Iraq, facing new questions about the administrations Middle East policy. The meeting between Russias Vladimir Putin and Turkish president Recep Tayvip Erdogan has led to a deal than could lead to a major power shift in the region. NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Richard Engel reports for TODAY from Syria.