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Alex Trebek Says He's Rehearsed His Final 'Jeopardy!' Sign Off

Fans of Jeopardy! are dreading the day Alex Trebek is no longer on their TV screens. But the veteran game show host, who was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March of 2019, says that he has been preparing for his eventual final episode. Trebek, who has hosted Jeopardy! for more than 35 ye

Testicular cancer: 'Kinder' chemotherapy is 'just as effective'

Testicular cancer can be treated successfully with fewer rounds of toxic chemotherapy drugs, doctors say. A study on 246 patients, reported in the journal European Urology, showed a single cycle of chemo was just as effective as the standard two cycles. But the "shorter, kinder and cheaper" approa

The Secret to Getting in Shape When You're Busy? Make Your Workouts Easier

For anyone who has trouble getting to the gym or working out as often as you’d like, I come bearing good news: Your workouts don’t have to be crazy hard, they don’t have to be long, and they certainly don’t have to take place in a fancy gym or studio. Unfortunately, thanks l

Men in west London have highest male life expectancy in EU

 Men from west London, one of the wealthiest areas of the UK, have the longest life expectancy of males in Europe, with a newborn baby expected to live to the age of 82, according to statistics published to mark International Men’s Day. The data from the EU department Eurostat suggests t

The biggest billionaires in the Arab world: Revealed

John Benny The Middle East’s billionaires added nearly $3 billion to their aggregate net worth in 2019, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires index. While the rest of the world suffered setbacks in the form of trade tensions and economic slowdowns, the Middle East’s business sector e

Nonagenarian Malaysian leader shares his secrets on longevity, acuity and health

Whether one admires his political tenacity or abhors his often controversial candidness, it is beyond dispute that Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad functions exceedingly well for a man of his age.At 94, the world’s oldest elected leader amazes people with his stamina and is frequently

How to be hopeful: Anne Lamott on the awe of everyday play

Hope changes as you get a little older, from the hope that this or that happens, to hope in life, old friends, laughter, art, goodness, helpers. I hope and am amazed, some early mornings, at just finding myself alive. I thought as I approached 18 years old that I was a goner, for sure. And here I am

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil’s Instagram comments sparks anger in China

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has caused a stir among Chinese football fans for recent posts on social media. On Instagram, the 31-year-old playmaker made clear his opposition to the treatment of the Muslim minority Uighur population in China's north-western region of Xinjiang. It is alleged that

What’s the Secret for Making your Relationship Work When you and Your Partner are So Different?

Sylvia Smith    Marrying your opposite can be irritating. You never want to do the same things and you’re completely different social creatures. He wants to stay in and order pizza, you want to go out for drinks with friends. You want to check out a new museum opening, she wants to

The New Way to Know if You Drink Too Much

BY JOY MANNING There's a new way to think about how much you drink, and whether that amount is working for you or not. “Some people think that everything’s OK as long as alcohol isn’t affecting relationships or finances, and that isn’t necessarily true,” says research

20 things that make a man a gentleman

Trends come and go, as do some friends and some lovers, but one thing that remains constant is the notion that men should aspire to be gentlemen. What exactly this entails is up for heated debate. Is the new-wave playboy the pinnacle or the man who aims to channel the stiff upper-lipped charm of a p


There is an old song that says that you are never fully dressed without a smile. It is an interesting concept and one that invites a lot of thinking. After all, no one wants to go out in public only half dressed, do they? The right smile can convey a lot of messages to the people that you meet. The

Don’t Be The Manager Who Poorly Delegates

Ellen Tuchman Rothmann James Cash Penney, founder of J.C. Penney, said, “The surest way for an executive to kill himself is to refuse to learn how, and when, and to whom to delegate work.” How many times have you said to yourself, “If you want something done right, do it yourself

10 Steps to Help you Become a Successful Leader

Have you ever wondered how you can become a successful leader? There are many attributes that make a great leader, but it can be easy to become focused on one aspect and forget the rest. Read on to discover the ten key steps you can take to develop leadership skills. 1. Always Be HonestPractice wha

best men's winter boots: Chelsea, chukka and hiking styles for the colder months

  It shouldn’t take a sensational weather story to make you realise things are going to get colder, wetter, and darker from now on – just like every other British winter.But rather than conform to stereotypes, and complain about the weather to anyone who’ll listen, why not

best men's scarves that keep you warm and look good

The trusty scarf was used to indicate a soldier’s rank in the Chinese military way back when.Yet the type of scarf you wear nowadays is more likely to indicate just how cold it is outside. Transition from slick, lightweight scarves in autumn to thick woolly knitted numbers in the winter

World's first hair bank charges men £2,500 to freeze cells in a lab so it can be injected back into their scalps if they go bald

    By FIONA MCRAE   Hair bank opens in Manchester charging men £2,500 to freeze hair samples Some 6.5 million British men have male-pattern baldness causing hair lossHair transplants cost around £7,000 and simply redistribute existing hairAround 100 hairs are frozen

What You Can Do If Your Wife Is Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

You might have heard of the painter Louis Wain. He became famous because of the story of how he tried to heal his wife from cancer. He noticed her deep love for cats, after he gifted her 'Peter' before she got sick. He then began painting her cats, which helped her cope with the pain. I was really m


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