Ferrets can grow human livers

Scientists have used ferret livers, which are the size of walnuts, to grow minature human livers. The breakthrough by US scientists raises the prospect of growing livers that could then be transplanted into patients. The US team used part of the ferret livers as a “scaffold” to grow human liver cells, after the animal cells … [Read the full story]

Rafael must be some sort of cunt to hit Sylvie

Rafael van der Vaart has been pictured in Abu Dhabi the day after apologising for hitting his wife in a fight on New Year’s Eve. The ex-Spurs footballer, who is in the Middle East for a training camp, branded himself an ‘idiot’ after he allegedly struck his wife at a private party. Van der Vaart … [Read the full story]

Scaccia from Ministry collapses and dies on stage

Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia has died after collapsing onstage during a gig in Texas. The metal musician was 47 years old. Scaccia’s bandmate, Al Jourgensen, Ministry’s lead singer, confirmed news of his passing via Facebook yesterday. He wrote: ‘I just lost my lil’ brother and my best friend… Mikey was not only the best guitar … [Read the full story]

Look, our cocks are the same…they’re so shiny

Matt Damon has spoken for the first time about rumours that he and Ben Affleck were once gay lovers. In a candid interview Matt, 42, confronts the allegations head on and explains that they are untrue.   The actor says that he simply didn’t want to offend anyone by quashing talk of romance so he … [Read the full story]

Governments rely too much on donations

Like me, I expect you get mail most days asking for your help in selling raffle tickets or donating money to worthy causes. Add to this the TV adverts showing the under-privileged in Africa or Asia requesting our monetary assistance, from fresh water, starvation and of course disease. Often I find myself saying, why the … [Read the full story]

Swinging sex club love Professor Stephen Hawking

He may spend his working days contemplating the deepest mysteries of the universe, despite having been robbed of almost all physical movement by the cruelties of motor neurone disease. But it seems the world-famous British physicist Stephen Hawking also has an interest in more earthier matters. Cambridge university today admitted the 70-year-old has visited a … [Read the full story]

The brave women of The SCAR Project

On a winter’s day at a gallery in New York’s SoHo, a small group of votive candles burned near to a visitor’s book. Page after page of heartfelt messages – moving, emotional and raw – filled the book’s pages, their strong words not dulled by the candles’ soft light. Nearby, were larger-than-real-life photos along the … [Read the full story]

Gonorrhoea has turned drug resistant

Doctors are being told the antibiotic normally used to treat gonorrhoea is no longer effective because the sexually transmitted disease is now largely resistant to it. The Health Protection Agency says we may be heading to a point when the disease is incurable unless new treatments can be found. For now, doctors must stop using … [Read the full story]

Clive James fights leukaemia

Clive James has been secretly fighting leukaemia for more than a year. Clive, 71, was diagnosed with the killer disease in January 2010. He bravely kept his illness to himself until journalist friend Luke Slattery guessed he wasn’t well and wrote to him. In 2010 Clive was hauled in to hospital for kidney failure…and was … [Read the full story]

Ronald Reagan had Alzheimer’s when he was President

Ronald Reagan’s son claims that his father was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease whilst he was Presdient. Ron Reagan said his dad looked “bewildered” during the 1984 presidential debates.

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