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  1. Inside the Desert House designed by Kendrick Bangs KelloggRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | Daily Mail

    The three-bedroom abode sits on a ten-acre plot with a private driveway snaking up towards the front door The quirky so-called Desert House was designed by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg, an architect who is known for his bold and pioneering designs, and completed after a five-year build in 1993. Images taken by California -based photographer Lance Gerber show how the 4,643-square-foot property is built around giant boulders found strewn across the Mojave Desert, with the rocks forming part of the exterior and interior.

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  2. Diana: The musical star is revealed as Jeanna de WaalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Daily Mail

    Rising British actress is revealed as the star of Diana: The Musical - and she looks JUST like her in trailer for the show Jeanna de Waal, 30, said it is a 'huge privilege' to portray the princess in the musical retelling of her life. The actress, a graduate of the renowned Tring School for Performing Arts and the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, remains a relative unknown despite a handful of roles in high profile musicals including Wicked, Kinky Boots and American Idiot.

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  3. Inside the Desert House designed by Kendrick Bangs KelloggRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | Daily Mail

    From dining in tree-tops to 11km of white sand beach and unrivaled pampering: Ten of Thailand's best luxury hotels revealed 'It's getting harder and harder to sit down in the shade and relax': Disneyland fans hit out at the park for REMOVING benches to help with crowd flow House of rock! The wacky supervillain lair-style home built around giant boulders in the heart of California's Mojave Desert From how many times you nip to the toilet to the movies you watch: The 'smart' airline seats that monitor passengers' in-flight habits Astonishing moment a building 'floats' past after tremors LIQUEFY the ground, swallowing 1,700 homes in Indonesia as mass grave is dug for more than a THOUSAND victims Intoxicated by the Rockies - and their Champagne snow: The pistes are like nowhere else but there's far more to Colorado than just skiing Business secretary slams airlines for using 'evil ... (more)

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  4. Drone footage shows killer whales attacking and killing a dolphin...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Daily Mail

    A pod of orcas were seen living up to their 'killer whale' moniker after being spotted working together to kill a dolphin they'd been hunting. The orca attack was caught on camera by a California drone pilot and photographer on September 13, off the coast of Dana Point, California.

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  5. Officials launch probe into British couple who created a 'designer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Mail on Sunday

    Claims that a wealthy British couple created a 'designer grandson' using sperm taken from their dead son are to be investigated by the fertility regulator. The Mail on Sunday revealed last week that the grieving parents are said to have retrieved the sperm after their 26-year-old son - their only child - died in a motorcycle accident in 2014.

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  6. Gene-editing babies before they are born could help them live decades longerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Gene-editing babies before they are born 'could help them live decades longer and more than halve their risk of developing cancer' Gene-editing babies before they are born could help them live decades longer and more than halve their risk of developing cancer, controversial new research suggests. Using controversial DNA-editing tools such as CRISPR-CAS9 on egg and sperm cells could 'make us all resistant to diseases of old age', according to Dr Roman Teo Oliynyk, from the University of Auckland.

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  7. When you eat makes all the difference: Circadian rhythms keep our meal schedules in syncRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Some were given food whenever they wanted it and others were only allowed to eat between a nine- to 10-hour window, known as 'time-restricted feeding' But the mice on time-restricted feeding did not develop any diseases and were described by the researchers as 'lean and fit' A form of intermittent fasting could improve the health in those of us with disrupted internal body clocks, a new study has found. The concept, known as 'time-restricted feeding', involves reducing the hours between the first and last calorie eaten each day.

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  8. Norway will prescribe free heroin to its most serious addicts to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | Mail on Sunday

    Norway will prescribe free heroin to its most serious addicts to improve their quality of life, its Government has announced. Writing on Facebook , Norway's health minister Bente Hoie said: 'We hope that this will provide a solution that will give... a better quality of life to some addicts who are today out of our reach and whom current programmes do not help enough.'

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  9. The brain's 'power cells' shut down in old ageRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2018 | Daily Mail

    White House says it is preparing for an 'expected summit' with Kim in Singapore after North Korea's 'solid response' to President Trump's letter The brain's 'power cells' shut down in old age - and memory is the first thing to go, leading to Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, study reveals Memory fades as people get older because their brain runs start running out of energy, like old car running out of gas, according to new research. Aging does not affect their function in other parts of the body but it does affect function in the brain, said scientists from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California .

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  10. Red tide algae bloom causes waves to glow along San Diego coastRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2018 | Daily Mail

    An algae bloom filled with bioluminescent phytoplankton has been lighting up the ocean from La Jolla to Encinitas since Monday The micro-organisms light up along the face of the wave when it crashes near the shore, creating what it known as a red tide Photographers rushed to the San Diego shore line to snap pictures of the waves that appear to be glowing in the dark because of a bloom in algae. An algae bloom filled with bioluminescent phytoplankton has been lighting up the ocean from La Jolla to Encinitas since Monday.

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  11. Cannabis drug may help alcohol and cocaine addicts overcome their cravings, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Recovering rats given cannabidiol are less likely to relapse when exposed to drugs, a study, by the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California , found. This is thought to be due to the supplement easing anxiety and stress, as well as reducing impulsive behaviour, according to the researchers.

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  12. Stewardess Kris Jenner poses in never-seen-before photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Before she turned momager and reality TV star, Kris Jenner was a chubby-faced store clerk and junior flight attendant who dated a photographer who began taking photos of her when she was 19 years old The photographer knew Kris was 'dead on something bigger and grander' than the simple life she lived, driving around in a flashy Mercedes-Benz sports car that he assumed other men had provided for her Kris stayed close with Garcia after they broke up and hired him to photograph her lavish wedding to wealthy lawyer Robert Kardashian in 1978 Garcia said that Kris 'was always looking for the gold at the end of the rainbow'.

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  13. U.S. scientists take step toward creating artificial lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | Daily Mail

    In a major step toward creating artificial life, U.S. researchers have developed a living organism that incorporates both natural and artificial DNA and is capable of creating entirely new, synthetic proteins. The work, published in the journal Nature, brings scientists closer to the development of designer proteins made to order in a laboratory.

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  14. Scientists find chemical that gave rise to life on EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Daily Mail

    The chemical that gave rise to life on Earth: Scientists identify the 'Fairy Godmother' compound that was crucial for the development of the first cell-based entities In studies, they showed that nucleotides, amino acids and lipids could all be phosphorylated by the chemical in early Earth conditions The team has identified a 'Fairy Godmother' compound that may have been a crucial factor for the assembly of three key ingredients in early life forms. The findings are a key part of an ongoing effort to find plausible routes for the epic journey from basic chemicals to cell-based life forms.

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  15. Mom 'sold drugs to students at daughter's high school'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Kimberly Quach was arrested in late September on counts of selling marijuana and pills to teens, using a minor to sell drugs and running a drug den She is accused of selling marijuana, Xanax and opioid treatment drug Suboxone at Cathedral Catholic High School, where her daughter is a senior In the 'Weeds': Kimberly Quach, 48, a San Diego mother-of-two, has been charged with allegedly selling marijuana and pills at her daughter's private Catholic high school and running a drug den out of her home A San Diego mother-of-two has been charged with allegedly selling marijuana and pills at her daughter's private Catholic high school and running a drug den out of her home.

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