The Telegraph
| Monday, September 11, 2017 |


Cancer pot

A big belly increases your cancer risk and scientists have found out just why. Prasun Chaudhuri reports

The potbelly is often seen as a sign of prosperity in India. These seemingly innocuous layers of adipose stealthily settle down around the waistline when you approach middle age. You come to terms with your sedentary lifestyle and are almost... | Read»


The effects of global warming on Antarctica will be worse than thought. A recent experiment carried out by Gail Ashton of the British Antarctic Survey and her colleagues found that just one degree rise in temperature in the Antarctic Ocean could... | Read»

Gmail made easier

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

Gmail can be pretty annoying at times. A friend of mine had gone on a foreign assignment and, just because there was a change of location, as soon as she opened Gmail it started asking her for her password. Unfortunately, she kept entering the... | Read»

Panic Not 

One of my patients, a middle-aged mother, regularly turns up at emergency chest pain ICUs with a "heart-attack". She develops trembling, giddiness, hyperventilation (rapid breathing), tingling in the hands and, most frightening of all,... | Read»