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Health news: Man’s head becomes MAGNETISED – he can’t stop tin cans sticking to his skull

The 49-year-old even makes up to £6,000 a week by ‘renting out’ his head. The performer suggested his abnormally high 100-degree body temperature could be to blame for turning him into a walking suction cup. The 47-year-old even makes up to £6,000 a week by ‘renting out’ his head. The performer suggested his abnormally high 100-degree body temperature could be to blame for turning him into a walking super-magnet. The extraordinary phenomenon means Mr Keeton can stick everything from water bottles to drinks cans, novelties and even mobile phones to…

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Lottery bonanza as Powerball jackpot soars to $550m and Megamillions prize hits $418m

One lucky winner scooped $2million in Florida, while winners in California, Florida, North Carolina, New York and Oregon matched five numbers to snatch $1million each. But the jackpot was left to roll over after no tickets matched every number drawn. Meanwhile, the Mega Millions jackpot reached a staggering $418m after its prize money also rolled over when no matching tickets were purchased. The next Mega Millions draw is Friday at 11pm ET, while the next Powerball lottery will be drawn on Saturday at 11pm ET. This is only the second…

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Lifestyle 

The legends we lost in 2017: Bruce Forsyth, Liz Dawn, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson and more

PA•REX•BBC Celebrity deaths: Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, Liz Dawn and Sir Bruce Forsyth passed away this year The first was Roy Barraclough who played Alec Gilroy in the soap for 22 years.  He sadly died in June aged 81. In September Coronation Street stalwart Liz Dawn passed away aged 77 after developing severe breathing problems resulting from emphysema. The actress made her first appearance as Vera Duckworth in 1974 alongside her on-screen husband Jack, played by Bill Tarmey. Actor Keith Barron, who died in November aged 83, also starred in Corrie as…

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10 Facts 

World records broke in 2017: Top 10 facts about new milestones met this year

1. In January, Matej Kodes created a soap bubble around a record 275 people and a car in the Czech Republic. 2. In March, Lily Connors, 13, of Swansea was confirmed to have the world’s largest collection of Dr Who memorabilia with 6,641 items. 3. In April, Markus Jürgens of Germany set a new record by running a marathon backwards in 3hr 38min 27sec. 4. In May, an Australian cat named Omar was confirmed as the world’s biggest cat. He is 3ft 11in long and weighs in at an enormous…

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Technology 

Jesus in nanoscale nativity is smaller than a human cell – CNET

This miniscule nativity scene can easily fit into the eye of needle. Vilnius Gediminas Technical University There’s an elaborate nativity scene in Cathedral Square in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. It depicts everything from the baby Jesus to the three wise men and a collection of animals, including sheep and a camel. Researchers at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) have now rendered that scene in nanoscale proportions and nicknamed the project NanoJesus. The team behind the nano-nativity says it’s the world’s smallest, and they’ve submitted it to Guinness World Records…

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