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Bognor student’s brain tumour found at routine eye test

Alicia and Basir at the Bognor Regis SpecSavers. Pic: Contributed A Bognor Regis resident has revealed how a routine eye test saved her from a potentially fatal brain tumour. Alicia Littlepage, 18, a recent media studies degree graduate from Chichester College,

American teen Frances Tiafoe pushes Roger Federer to ‘the skin of his teeth’ in five-set loss at U.S. Open

EW YORK — Roger Federer already has dropped two more sets at the U.S. Open than he did during his entire two weeks en route to the title at Wimbledon. Worried about a recent back problem that kept him from getting

Young at heart: why children who exercise become healthier adults

Studies show that physical activity in childhood can psoitively affect the developing brain. Photograph: YakobchukOlena/Getty Images/iStockphoto Last week, Public Health England said 6 million middle-aged adults in England take less than 10 minutes’ brisk exercise a month, risking their health. But when does