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BBC News - Attempting to tackle the 'super-sized' fried breakfast

bbc.co.uk — “The "Jester Challenge Kidz Breakfast" includes 8 eggs, 12 sausages, 12 rashers of bacon and 12 slices of bread.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Kinsight uses Kinect sensor to find lost keys and wallets

bbc.co.uk — “Computer scientists have devised a system using Kinect sensors to create a system that keeps track of where you put your things.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Kinsight uses Kinect sensor to find lost keys and wallets http://t.co/lSDZdzjE #tech #lifestyle

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BBC News - Genome of 18-week-old foetus deciphered

bbc.co.uk — “A blood sample from mum and saliva from dad have been used by US researchers to sequence the genome of a foetus.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC: Foetus has its genome deciphered - A blood sample from mum and saliva from dad have been used by US researchers... http://t.co/6fvMFgAD

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BBC News - Legionnaires' disease man dies in Edinburgh outbreak

bbc.co.uk — “A man in his 50s dies as the number of confirmed and suspected cases of Legionnaires' disease in an Edinburgh outbreak continues to rise.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Two patients get eye stem cells transplanted to restore sight

bbc.co.uk — “Two people in Scotland have stem cells transplanted into their eyes as part of a clinical trial to restore their sight.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Paralysed patients use thoughts to control robotic arm

bbc.co.uk — “Two patients who are paralysed from the neck down are able to control a robotic arm using their thoughts.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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Paralysed patients use thoughts to control robotic arm - BBC News http://t.co/EjtTHNZO #medicine

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BBC News - Girl, 10, has 3kg tumour removed

bbc.co.uk — “A 10-year-old girl, Eliana Mann, has had a tumour weighing more than 3kg removed in an operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC: Girl, 10, has 3kg tumour removed - A 10-year-old girl, Eliana Mann, has had a tumour weighing more than 3kg rem... http://t.co/ZdRHvEcR

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BBC News - Severe dementia care: Homes try new approach

bbc.co.uk — “A research programme is trying a new approach to caring for patients with severe dementia in care, reports Adam Brimelow.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC: Dementia care programme hailed - New approaches in caring for the terminally ill http://t.co/urOjYmb6

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BBC News - Two blind British men have electronic retinas fitted

bbc.co.uk — “Two British men who have been blind for many years have been able to perceive light and some shapes after surgery to fit an innovative retina implant.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC: Blind men retina implant success - Two British men who have been blind for many years have been able to perceiv... http://t.co/1wfipdqY

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BBC News - Girls and sport: Schools urged to make PE more attractive to girls

bbc.co.uk — “Schools are urged to consider female-friendly activities such as Zumba classes and rollerblading because so many girls are avoiding exercise.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Leonardo da Vinci: How accurate were his anatomy drawings?

bbc.co.uk — “The largest ever exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings of the human body goes on display this week in London. How accurate were they?View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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Leonardo da Vinci: How Accurate Were His Anatomy Drawings? http://t.co/06dZFhBO

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BBC News - 'Heart shrinking' trial to combat heart failure to begin

bbc.co.uk — “A trial using electricity to shrink the hearts of patients who are suffering from heart failure is about to start in Liverpool.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Magnetic fields light up 'GPS neurons', scientists say

bbc.co.uk — “A group of brain cells in pigeons are shown to sense details of magnetic fields, a major find in the long-standing question of how they navigate.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC News - Magnetic fields light up 'GPS neurons', scientists say http://t.co/E7xUvezw

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BBC News - Can a hallucinogen from Africa cure addiction?

bbc.co.uk — “A hallucinogen called ibogaine seems to obliterate withdrawal symptoms from heroin, cocaine and alcohol. So why isn't it widely used?View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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Can a hallucinogen from Africa cure addiction? http://t.co/cgO3TqbT

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BBC News - US student steers school bus after driver collapses

bbc.co.uk — “A young US student steers a school bus to safety after the driver apparently has a heart attack while driving.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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