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Grieving CEO reveals daughter, 22, killed herself after battling Lyme disease

Amelie Champagne, 22, had started volunteering at a homeless shelter and helped disabled children despite battling undiagnosed Lyme disease for years.

A 22-year-old Canadian woman has taken her own life after battling Lyme disease “to free herself from excruciating pain,” her father revealed in a heartbreaking note. The disease “essentially stole her,” her father, Alain Champagne, CEO of Groupe Jean Coutu and Brunet, said in a public LinkedIn tribute posted after her death. Amelie Champagne struggled …

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Bad lifestyles lead to 400 preventable cancers a day, caused by junk food and sun exposure

Fast food, alcohol and too much sun exposure contribute to around 400 preventable cancers a day in the UK, experts warn today

Fast food, alcohol and too much sun exposure contribute to around 400 preventable cancers a day in the UK, experts warn today. They estimate that around 155,000 diagnoses could be prevented each year if Britons led healthier lifestyles. Cutting back on red meat, avoiding processed meat and drinking less alcohol are among the recommendations of …

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Joe Joyce KOs Joseph Parker in 11th round to win WBO belt from Oleksandr Usyk

Joe Joyce defeated Joseph Parker with an eleventh round knockout on Saturday evening

Joe Joyce KO’d Joseph Parker in the 11th round with a devastating left hook after a superb performance in their heavyweight clash in Manchester. Joe Joyce defeated Joseph Parker by knockout in the eleventh round Joyce wore down Parker with a relentless onslaught of forward pressure The action-packed contest saw both men absorb significant punishment …

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How ‘nuclear Tipp-Ex’ kills skin cancer as NHS patients could be spared surgery in new trial

A radioactive paste being set up as Tipp-Ex could save thousands of skin cancer patients from painful surgery.  File photo of the visual examination of the mole for the presence of malignant skin tumors

How falling ‘nuclear Tipp-Ex’ kills skin tumors as thousands of NHS cancer patients could be spared painful surgery in new trial ‘Radioactive Tipp-Ex’ could save thousands from painful surgery in new trial It is rubbed on cancerous melanomas of the skin and forms a hard crust in seconds A UK trial is underway to see …

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Mars is already dirty: Humans have left more than 15,000 pounds of trash on the red planet

One scientist estimates that there are 15,694 pounds of trash on Mars.  Most of it comes from discarded hardware like this thermal blanket that protected NASA's perseverance from surviving its descent through the infernal atmosphere.

Humans have left more than 15,000 pounds of trash on Mars in the past 50 years, and not a single person has ever set foot on the red planet. Cagri Kilic, a postdoctoral researcher in robotics at West Virginia University, analyzed the mass of all the rovers and orbiters sent to Mars and subtracted the …

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Stunning image of NASA astronaut captures ‘star trails in space’ from ISS

A NASA astronaut captured star trails from space (at the top of the image above) aboard the International Space Station

Incredible image of NASA astronaut captures ‘star trails in space’ aboard the International Space Station A NASA astronaut captured a stunning image of ‘star trails’ while on a mission aboard the International Space Station Curved trails of distant stars and Earth illuminated by city lights and lightning can be seen in the viral photo. The …

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Search! On Monday, Jupiter will make its closest approach to Earth in 59 years for “extraordinary” views.

Stargazers are in for a great show as Jupiter makes its closest approach to Earth since 1963 on Monday evening.  Above: This photo of Jupiter, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope on June 27, 2019, shows the Great Red Spot, an Earth-sized storm that has been raging for hundreds of years.

Stargazers, look up! Jupiter will come closest to Earth in 59 years on Monday for ‘extraordinary’ views, despite being 367 million miles away Jupiter will make its closest approach to Earth since 1963 on Monday night The planet will be 367 million miles from us at its closest point The giant planet will rise in …

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