A drink away from death to happy ever after: Sum 41 singer overcomes alcohol addiction laid bare in horror 'deathbed' images to get sober and marry his stunning girlfriend one year on

Avril Lavigne's ex Deryck Whibley looks healthy as he weds Ariana Cooper

Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley looked thrilled as he wed girlfriend Ariana Cooper at the Hotel Bel Air in Beverly Hills on Sunday. The 35-year-old rocker - whose first wife was Avril Lavigne - appears to have turned his life around after he was hospitalized in April 2014 with kidney and liver failure caused by years of alcohol abuse. Whibley was in the hospital for a month, and doctors put him in a medically induced coma as they worked to save his life, at one point admitting they were not sure he would survive the ordeal. In fact, doctors told the musician that his organs were so damaged from years of alcohol abuse that even one drink could kill him. The singer took their advice to heart and swore off booze.

Irish nanny accused of killing girl, one, in Massachusetts is set to go free as new evidence of the child's medical problems CLEAR her of murder charges after TWO YEARS

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy set to go free as charges are dropped after two years

Aisling Brady McCarthy (top) was charged with murder in the death of Rehma Sabir, pictured left with her mother, Nada Siddiqui, and father, Sameer Sabir, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2013. Charges against the Irish nanny were dropped on Monday. The medical examiner issued an amended ruling changing the manner of death from 'homicide' to 'undetermined'.

How an obsession with healthy eating could be making you ILL: Rise in number of people suffering from potentially fatal condition 'orthorexia'

People fixated with 'naked' or 'raw' ingredients and diets which ban processed or refined food may be displaying symptoms 'orthorexia nervosa', which can cause malnutrition.

White supremacist gives a Nazi salute as he is found guilty of murder and told he faces death penalty for gun rampage at Jewish center that killed three non-Jews

UPDATED Frazier Glenn Miller, 74, of Aurora, Missouri, is facing death after being convicted of capital murder for the killings of three people on Passover eve last year because he thought they were Jewish.

Shock poll in Iowa has Ben Carson tied with Donald Trump and the top four slots are ALL taken by political mavericks

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is interviewed in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

With Carly Fiorina in third place and contrarian senator Ted Cruz in fourth place, the eithre Republican political establishment has been relegated to back-bencher status.

Chained upside down and burned alive: ISIS forces four Iraqi Shia prisoners to watch flames inch toward them in latest horrific killing

ISIS have burnt to death four Iraqi men by chaining them upside down and setting fire to a trail of petrol that engulfed them in flames. The four men were burnt to death in Anbar province, Iraq.

Obsessed 'stalker' infatuated with female wrestler he dubbed 'the chosen one' is shot by police outside WWE facility 'for charging at officers with a knife'

Armando Montalvo 'obsessed with Diva AJ Lee shot by police outside WWE facility

NEW A 29-year-old man named in media reports as Armando Montalvo (left) was shot outside of a WWE facility in Orlando, Florida, (inset) after he became obsessed with former Divas wrestling champion AJ Lee (right). Police said that the man, who was known to police after previous incidents at the facility, was shot after he charged an officer. Montalvo, who had previously been evaluated under a Florida law allowing involuntary examinations of those believed to be mentally ill, was still in surgery with life-threatening injuries as of Monday afternoon.

Houston gunman 'shot deputy 15 times' in gas station assassination that 'cop lives matter too' sheriff has linked to national anti-police rhetoric

A Harris County, Texas judge ordered Shannon Miles be held without bond on Monday, three days after he allegedly shot to death sheriff's deputy Darren Goforth at a gas station.

Pope Francis Holds Virtual Audience With Americans Ahead of US Visit

The pope talked from the Vatican to Chicago students, congregants at a McAllen, Texas church and a group of homeless people in Los Angeles.

The Koran fragment that could shake Islam after carbon-dating suggests it is OLDER than the Prophet Muhammad

Koran thought to be the oldest in the world could predate Muhammad

The pages, which were discovered at the library of the University of Birmingham last month and are from around 568AD, could predate Muhammad, historians have claimed. Written in ink in an early form of Arabic script on parchment made from animal skin, the pages contain parts of the Suras, or chapters, 18 to 20, which may have been written by someone who actually knew the Prophet Muhammad - founder of the Islamic faith. The pages were carbon-dated by experts at the University of Oxford, a process which showed the Islamic holy book manuscript could be the oldest Koran in the world.

Miley Cyrus and MTV blasted by parents' group for 'blatant sexualization and celebration of drugs' at VMAs

Miley Cyrus and MTV blasted by parents' group for 'blatant sexualization' at VMAs

Miley Cyrus' performance as host of MTV's Video Music Awards didn't go down well with the Parents Television Council. The industry watchdog that advocates for 'responsible entertainment' slammed Miley and the cable network for 'blatant sexualization' and glorifying illegal drugs during Sunday night's show. As for the brief exposure of the 22-year-old singer's nipple, the PTC condemned the cynical attitude towards nudity.

They must be so proud: Miley Cyrus' family lend their support as the scantily-clad star hosts the most outrageous VMAs yet

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The Bangerz star's parents - Tish and Billy Ray - and her siblings, sisters Noah, and Brandi, and brother Braison, posed alongside Miley ahead of her outrageous show.

Rebel Wilson comes under fire from Black Lives Matter movement during MTV VMAs after joking about the 'injustice' of police strippers

Rebel Wilson, 35, introduced the Best Hip Hop Video at the award show. First appearing in a police uniform, she remarked how 'a lot of people have problems with the police'.

Who do you send to patrol a week-long festival of excess that's held miles from civilization in the desert? Armed feds, volunteer 'Earth guardians' and dogs with goggles arrive at Burning Man

Burning Man 'burners' put a plague of bugs behind them to begin festival

Burning Man festival officially got under way in the Nevada desert Monday, welcoming revelers for a week-long celebration of art, music and creativity in all its forms. US Forest Service rangers and Bureau of Land Management officials will be shouldering policing duties for the duration of the festival, with some help from a couple dozen volunteers.

Huge blast rips through Chinese city after reported chemical factory explosion just days after 158 were killed in similar incident

Bright flames and black smoke were seen from a chemical factory in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong this evening. It is not yet known if there are any injuries or fatalities.

The experiment that could let us find ripples in space-time: Scientists find a way to see and manipulate 'quantum motion'

Scientists at Caltech claim they have created an experiment that could help improve the detectors used to find the primordial 'echo' of the Big Bang that occurred nearly 14 billion years ago.

Ridiculed sketch artist gets a smile and a wave from Tom Brady as she makes a second attempt at drawing him

The Massachusetts courtroom sketch artist whose unflattering depiction of embattled Patriots star Tom Brady became instant internet meme fodder is at it again.

No settlement? No problem! New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are all smiles after Deflategate hearing in federal court

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady arrived early to court on Monday for a final face-to-face meeting before a judge rules on the Deflategate case.

'By his hypocrisy, he blasphemed the name of God': Jessa Duggar's father-in-law writes scathing condemnation of Josh's Ashley Madison adultery 

Jessa Duggar's father-in-law publicly condemns Josh's Ashlet Madison adultery

In a blog post published Monday, Josh's (pictured far right, with wife Anna, second right) in-law Michael Seewald (left) compared the 27-year-old's secret extramarital sex life to taking the lord's name in vain. Michael Seewald is the father of Ben Seewald, who married Josh's younger sister Jessa in a two-hour televised special last November. While Seewald says he stood behind Josh after it was revealed that he molested three of his younger sisters when he was a teenager, he says the adultery revelation was the final straw.

Samsung reveals the watch it hopes will take on Apple: Round Gear S2 will be able to make calls WITHOUT a phone

NEW Called the Gear S2, it has a round face, and will come in several versions - including one with its own SIM card to make calls without the need for a phone.

Is Apple building a HOLOiPhone? Handset maker revealed to have signed engineer from Microsoft' HoloLens project

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Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says the firm has acquired firms and has hired a key engineer responsible for the HoloLens, Microsoft's augmented reality headset.

Heartwarming moment two poodles are rescued after MONTHS of struggling to survive in a Los Angeles sewer

Heartwarming moment two poodles are rescued from LA sewer

Hope for Paws an animal rescue operation based in California staged the rescue after they received a call that two dogs were living under the I-5 freeway. Pepsi and Cola, two poodles, were rescued by animal rescuers Eldad Hagar and Vanessa Enriquez who brought them to safety.

Dick Cheney says Joe Biden should run for president and hammers Clinton for 'sloppy and unprofessional' handling of sensitive materials on her personal email server

The former U.S. vice president told CNN he 'found it surprising that somebody as high ranking as secretary of state ... would think it was okay to have a private server in your home.'

Former Bill Clinton sex-abuse accuser blasts Hillary for comparing Republicans to terrorists: 'This woman wrote the book on terrorizing women!'

I know exactly what I am talking about,' claimed Kathleen WIlley, who once accused Bill of groping her in the White House. 'She is the war on women. I don't care what anybody says.'

Trump online video hammers Jeb Bush for 'act of love' rhetoric on illegal immigration with killers' mug shots in re-do of infamous Willie Horton campaign ad

'FORGET LOVE ... IT'S TIME TO GET TOUGH!' the new Trump ad blares after flashing mugshots of three illegal immigrant killers - just like Jeb's dad once did in a famous ad that sank Michael Dukakis' 1988 bid.

State Department says 150 more Hillary Clinton emails have been 'upgraded' to classified status in the release scheduled for tonight

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Summer Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Craig Lassig

Previous releases of Hillary's emails have already 63 instances of classified material residing on the private email server she controlled at her upstate New York home.

Obama will film a survival show with Bear Grylls in the Alaskan wilderness

NBC announced Obama will become the first sitting president to appear in a special edition of the reality show Running Wild With Bear Grylls, which will be taped during his three-day trip to Alaska.

Manhattan real estate boss 'drunkenly drives away and leaves his friend to die after crashing his Porsche into a pole '

Manhattan's Sean Ludwick 'crashes his Porsche into a pole and leaves friend to die'

Sean Ludwick, 42, pictured top right, was arrested early Sunday on Long Island on a misdemeanor DWI and a felony count of leaving the scene of a fatal crash. Ludick's friend, realtor Paul Hansen, pictured bottom right, was killed in the crash in front of his own home when he was ejected from the Porsche. Police say Ludwick then drove away on two flat tires before he was finally arrested. The Porsche is pictured main.

A round of cocktails... at Target? The retailer's new store in Chicago will sell beer, wine, and liquor - that can all be consumed on the premises

A new Target opening in Chicago has applied for two liquor licenses allowing it to serve alcohol on-premise. It will be the first Target to implement this new shopping strategy.

Ninety thousand women who want affair have signed up in wake of hacking scandal, claims Ashley Madison

Parent company Avid Life Media also struck back at reports that the site had few genuine female users, saying internal data released by hackers had been incorrectly analyzed.

Two actors are killed and five others including a little boy are injured when ancient rifle EXPLODES during play in Italy

Agostino Carullo, 55, who was holding the weapon, was killed instantly and his friend Donato Gianfredi, 56, died later in the San Carlo hospital in central Italy after the gun exploded.

Junior Olympic swimmer dies from brain-eating disease after being exposed to rare amoeba during swim in lake

Fourteen-year-old Michael Riley Jr, a junior Olympian, seemed to have contracted the disease after he went swimming on August 13 with his track team in Louisiana, said his father Mike Riley.

Marlon Brando's first wife denied her dying wish to be buried next to their killer eldest child - by the son's first wife who has reserved the plot and refuses to give it up

Marlon Brando’s family caught up in battle over eldest son’s grave funeral arrangements

The dying request of Brando's first wife Anna Kashfi, pictured left with Marlon, to be buried next to their son Christian, pictured right, was blocked, according to reports, following Kasfi's death from cancer earlier this month. Christian's first wife, Mary, had already bought the plot in Kalama, Washington, and refused to give it up. Anna was subsequently buried on Wednesday in the plot above Christian. Before her death Anna was involved in her own battle with Brando's estate because she wanted his ashes, which she said were rightfully hers. Anna is pictured inset with Christian as a child.

Forget McDonald's: Denny's wants to join forces with Burger King to make a burger called the 'Slopper'

The diner chain took out a full-page ad in USA Today Monday and called on Burger King to fuse the Whopper with their signature sandwich, the Slamburger.

The rude doodle of CIA chief's wife that nearly blew famous Cambridge Five spy ring's cover

Guy Burgess was in deep trouble. A Soviet spy acting undercover within the British Establishment, he'd been on holiday in Gibraltar and Tangier and had made a complete exhibition of himself.

TV gunman complained about his lack of sex and how age had ended his 'glory days' as a $2,000-a-night prostitute in suicide note

Vester Lee Flanagan II complained about his lack of sex

Vester Lee Flanagan II wrote a suicide letter to close friend Robert Avent, who received the note in the mail four days after the 41 year old killed two ex-coworkers on live TV in Moneta, Virginia. Avent shared the contents of the package with the New York Daily News , while also detailing his last phone call to the old friend. Avent spoke with Flanagan just moments before the 41-year-old committed suicide on Wednesday, while he was being chased by police.

'Can you not tell people I asked you to kill my mom?': Plea made by teen who's now in Bali prison, months before she helped her boyfriend kill her mother and stuff the body in a suitcase

Heater Mack (left), 19, sent boyfriend Tommy Schaefer , 22, (right) a Facebook message asking him not to tell people she asked him to kill her mom, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, three months before she was killed.

Comcast is working on Google Fiber rival that will connect people to the web at more than one Gigabit per second

Comcast is testing new technology called DOCSIS 3.1 which can support speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second with ideal network configurations and the right modem.

So DO women who dress provocatively invite rape? After the storm around Chrissie Hynde's comments, six women writers share their passionately conflicting views

Rock singer Chrissie Hynde, frontwoman of Eighties group The Pretenders, has been condemned by women's groups after saying that it can be a woman's fault if she is raped.

Family's fears for Good Samaritan mom who vanished when helping the homeless more than a week agao

Kristen Whitney Ghilardi's family will meet parole officer of the homeless man she gave a

NEW A Southern California family is fearing the worst after a young mother vanished while helping a homeless man. Kristen Whitney Ghilardi (above) went missing while taking a homeless man she met earlier this month to see his parole officer last Wednesday. She failed to pick up her 10-year-old son from school that day and has not been heard from since.

Man finds $20 at San Francisco Airport and turns it into a $1million lottery win

When Huburt Tang found a $20 bill on Wednesday on the street outside San Francisco International Airport last week, he used it to buy two $10 scratch-off tickets at a market in Millbrae.

'How is this possible?' Incredible moment two IDENTICAL strangers come face to face for the first time after website revealed they are real-life doppelgangers

Twin Strangers website helps two IDENTICAL strangers come face to face

Jennifer (right), 33, from Spring, Texas, was stunned by her uncanny resemblance to Ambra (left), 23, from Fayetteville, North Carolina, after she was matched with her within five minutes of joining the website Twin Strangers, which helps people find their lookalikes from anywhere in the world.

Mountaineers plummet to their deaths in Wyoming while rappelling down 11,88-foot peak

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The Fremont and Sublette County Sheriff?s Offices are investigating a fatal climbing accident that occurred in the Cirque of the Towers area of the Wind River Range Friday afternoon.

Fremont County Coroner Mark Stratmoen has identified the deceased climbers as Jonathan Peter MacDonald, 23, of Lander and Scottsbluff, Neb., and Keith Murray Henderson, 57, of Cheyenne. While the circumstances around the deaths are still being investigated, Stratmoen believes they are accidental.

The Sublette County Sheriff?s Office received a 911 call from a satellite phone around 3 p.m. reporting the incident. A nearby climber reported seeing two men fall a considerable distance down the face of Pingora Peak.

?At first the accident was thought to be in Sublette County, they responded with a Deputy Sheriff and a medic via helicopter, when they arrived it was determined both men were deceased and the location was actually within Fremont County,? Undersheriff Ryan

Jonathan MacDonald (left), 23, and Keith Henderson (right), 57, died Friday after falling several hundred feet down the face of Pingora Peak in Wyoming's Wind River Range Friday.

Body that was found in hunt for corpse of 25-year-old woman that was stolen from funeral home is NOT her

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The body of Julie Mott, 25, was stolen after her funeral service in San Antonio, Texas, and police suspect a man who was 'obsessed' with the woman is believed to be responsible.

'There is no group that would be happier to see such a thing': Nasa hits out at UFO hunters who say they have found strange creatures on Mars

Ashwin Vasavada, a Nasa scientist who works on the Mars rover project, blames the sightings on a trick of the mind, known pareidolia - the psychological response to seeing familiar objects in random places.

Disgraced former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle sues the director of his charity - who was also arrested on child porn charges - over $191,000 unpaid personal loan

Former Subway ad star Jared Fogle (left) and his charity director Russell Taylor in a Facebook photo. Both men now been charged with child pornography offences

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Fogle, currently on home detention, claims that former aide Russell Taylor - who was charged May 4 with producing child pornography - has stopped making payments on the home loan.

Extraordinary moment a father hurled himself across a courtroom to attack the man who killed his three-year-old daughter

Father attacks his 3-year-old daughter Jamila Smith's murderer in Detroit court

Chaos broke out in a Detroit, Michigan courtroom on Friday, as a father attacked the man responsible for killing his 3-year-old daughter during a sentencing hearing. Dwayne Smith's 3-year-old daughter Jamila died in September 2014, after her mother Jasmine Gordon and Gordon's husband Clifford Thomas took her to the hospital when she stopped breathing. The couple claimed that the little girl hit her head and then fell unconscious, but experts later determined that the girl's death was a homicide, after suffering physical abuse from Thomas.

2,000-year-old Palmyra Temple of Bel is 'still standing' despite Isis attempt to blow it up as 'basic structure and columns are intact', experts says 

The ancient temple of Bel is 'still standing' in the Syrian archaeological site of Palmyra despite reports claiming ISIS had blow it to pieces using dynamite. Officials said they believed it was 'still standing.'

Taliban admits for the first time that its former leader Mullah Omar died two years ago

Mullah Mohammad Omar died on April 23, 2013, according to a newly released biography of the Sunni Islamist organisation's new leader, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor.

Angela Merkel hints at bringing back border checks as Syrian refugees boarding trains in Hungary chant: 'Germany here we come'

As the migrant crisis worsened, the German Chancellor called into question the 30-year-old Schengen Agreement that removed border checks between countries.

'Killing me softly with his song': Twitter account mocks ISIS jihadists by imagining enraged militants are singing karaoke classics in series of hilarious tweets

Among the photographs to be posted are shots depicting ISIS militants and extremists with microphones in their hands singing Madonna, Kelis, Katy Perry and Frankie Goes to Hollywood.

Now that's a CAT-fish! Incredible moment men rescue two kittens from a river by pulling them on board their boat

Men rescue two kittens from a river by pulling them on board their boat

The men were stunned to see the two kittens swimming towards their boat while on a fishing trip on the Warrior River in Alabama. Getting into position, one of the men crouches down at the front of the fishing vessel and waits for the young cats to get within range before pulling them out of the river.

Put British troops in Eastern Europe to see off invasion by Vladimir Putin's Russia, says new report 

The report by the Henry Jackson Society think tank calls for a new British military footprint in exposed Allied countries in Eastern Europe as it now faces a 'serious state-based competitor' on the continent.

James Bond is 'misogynistic, sexist and very lonely' says Daniel Craig, who insists he is very different from the spy he plays

Craig, 47, who has played the world's best-known spy since 2005, has admitted that while Bond might have his pick of attractive women, he cannot from meaningful relationships, leaving him lonely.

Shocking video shows mob of bicyclists attacking female motorist in a rental car during cycling safety protest

Critical Mass bikers in San Francisco appear to attack woman in Zipcar in YouTube video

NEW The video, which has been viewed more than 16,000 times, was taken at San Francisco's monthly Critical Mass bike ride protest in the city's Marina District. In the video, about a dozen bikers are riding against traffic when a Zipcar station wagon being driven by a woman draws close to the group and possibly brushes against one of the riders. After being being stopped (top left), the woman tries to get away. When she attempts to get away from the group again, a male cyclist appears to hit the driver side window of the car with a U-lock several times while she goes past (main).

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One odd meal for mankind? The truth behind the image claiming to show Neil Armstrong eating fried chicken and peaches for his last breakfast before moon mission

Neil Armstrong did not have fried chicken and peaches for breakfast before the moon

An image posted on Reddit which appears to show astronaut Neil Armstrong having half a canned peach and fried chicken for breakfast before the Apollo 11 mission (pictured) has drawn a lot of attention. While it would be nice for peach farmers and fans of Southern cooking if the picture painted in the image, which has been viewed almost 5,000 times, were true, it has been proven to be inaccurate. While Armstrong did have breakfast before taking his infamous 'one small step', he ate steak and eggs with the rest of the crew members of the moon mission, not alone with the Wall Street Journal.

How Land Rover can make your car trailer disappear: New technology projects camera images onto rear-view mirror to get rid of blindspots 

Land Rover is developing technology that effectively allows drivers to see through the caravan or trailer they are towing, by combining feeds from cameras on wing mirrors and rear of the trailer.

The 5ft-long scorpion that terrorised the seas 460 million years ago: Fossils of giant predator with 'paddles' found in Iowa

More than 150 fossil fragments of the new eurypterid species (illustrated) were excavated from the upper layer of the Winneshiek Shale in northeastern Iowa.

Why taking the DNA of a dead loved one could help save your life: Undertakers launch a new macabre-sounding service

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The DNA sample service aims to prevent crucial information for the health of families and future generations being lost for ever once a loved one dies.

Blast of sound can heal a sick heart: Shockwaves may help improve blood flow for angina patients

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Shockwaves could be a new way to treat angina, a painful heart condition. Angina is caused by a partial blockage of blood vessels supplying the heart.

'I can't sleep, I'm very scared... loving someone isn't wrong': One of two Indian sisters who were sentenced to rape after 'untouchable' brother ran off with a married woman from a higher caste reveals their terrifying ordeal 

Indian woman sentenced to rape for brother's actions speaks out

EXCLUSIVE: Meenakshi Kumari (right and inset), 23, has been sentenced to be raped along with her 15-year-old sister, from the village of Sankrot in Uttar Pradesh (left), India. Both are terrified to return to their home village for fear that the punishment will be upheld. Meenakshi and her little sister were with their family in Delhi for a wedding when a neighbour called and told them not to return to their village. The neighbour warned that the un-elected village council, Khap panchayat, dominated by the upper caste 'Jat' men, had ordered the two sisters be raped and paraded naked with their faces blackened as punishment for their brother's actions.

'We've been fighting so hard for that for so many years': Caroline Wozniacki details her fight against sexism - and her battle to beat her friend and fiercest rival Serena Williams

The 25-year-old Danish athlete says people 'would be jealous' of Serena's body, and she's done 'unbelievable' things in her career. She also talks about wanting to finally win a Grand Slam title.

Partner of world-renowned concert pianist is arrested on suspicion of her murder after she was found dead at their home in England

Police confirm that a 48-year-old man (believed to be John Martin) is being questioned on suspicion of Natalia Strelchenko's (pictured) murder after she was found dead at her home in Manchester.

Older people are now cleverer than ever (but less fit) thanks to technology, studies find

NEW German researchers believe an increase in the use of technology, more intellectually demanding jobs and more years of education have kept older brains sharper.

Not to be sniffed at: Why getting less than six hours' sleep a night means you're FOUR TIMES more likely to catch a cold

Experts at the University College San Francisco warn people who get less than six hours sleep are four times more likely to catch a cold than those who get seven hours or more.

How to get thousands of Android apps for FREE: Amazon Underground offers paid-for games without any in-app purchases

Amazon explained it has been able to offer Underground apps for free 'by working out a new amount on a per-minute played basis in exchange for them waiving their normal in-app fees.'

Eczema myths busted: Your diet isn't to blame, you CAN shower every day and exercise doesn't make it worse...

Cutting out food groups, avoiding exercise and swimming will not cure eczema, according to Dr Adam Friedmann, a dermatologist from the Harley Street Dermatology Clinic.

EXCLUSIVE A family brutally murdered, secret police threats and deadly booby traps: Treasure hunter who spent 40 years searching for Nazi gold train reveals its dark secrets 

Treasure hunter who spent 40 years searching for Nazi gold train reveals secrets

Tadeusz Slowikowski (pictured, top left), 85, revealed to MailOnline how he first heard about the train, and its dark and dangerous history, back in the 1950s, sparking a decades-long hunt for the truth. He has told how those who worked on the tunnels were too scared to reveal what they knew, and how the family whose home overlooked the entrance (main picutre) were shot dead in mysterious circumstances days before the Soviets marched on the town. His hunt eventually led him to the same spot where even the Polish government now acknowledges a Nazi train (like the one top right) is hidden. But it has been a dangerous search, with Slowikowski being threatened, his phone tapped and his dog poisoned.

Apple will let you talk to your TV and take on the Xbox and PlayStation with new $200 set top box to be unveiled next week

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The new Apple TV is also believed to have a touchpad remote control, and will have support for wireless gamepads. It is expected to go on sale in October, according to 9to5mac.

Google abandons 'too invasive' system which would have allowed stores to pinpoint exactly when a customer walked in and send ads to their phone

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The Google project to allow retailers to send notifications to customer's phones when they entered a store has been shut down by Larry Page for being 'too invasive' , it has been claimed.

Woman who claims she is allergic to Wi-Fi is awarded $1,000 a month in disability grants by French court

Judges in Toulouse, France, heard how claimant Marine Richard suffers from the condition EHS, an extreme sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation found in modern devices.

Heavy snorer? Buy some extra pillows to save your life: Being propped up in bed 'reduces risk of sudden death from heart problems'

Sleeping flat can be hazardous for people with sleep apnoea - which causes snoring and dangerous pauses in breathing at night, say researchers from Ege University in Izmir, Turkey.

Hilarious moment jealous feline Cato spots dog being brought into the family home and reacts by SCREAMING in disgust

Cat spots dog being brought into the family home and reacts by SCREAMING

The hilarious video was posted to YouTube by the cat's owner, Kerry Gillette, from Washington DC, who noted that the feline was 'furious' at the dog being brought into the family home. In the clip the cat turns around to look at the camera while screeching in horror as his owner attempts in vain to calm him down.

Ninety injured after grenade explodes outside Ukraine parliament leaving 'pools of blood' as riot police clash with protesters

The blast, outside the parliament buildings in Kiev, Ukraine, knocked officers off their feet and witnesses reported seeing pools of blood on the ground near some of the wounded.

E-cigarette warning: One in three parents 'risk poisoning their children with nicotine' because they fail to lock vaping liquid away

Experts at Washington University in St Louis warned many parents who use e-cigarettes do not realise if ingested, just a teaspoon of e-liquid, which contains nicotine, can be lethal to a child.

The tech war for the wrist: Google lets iPhone users use its Android Wear watches

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Google is introducing an application that will connect Android smartwatches with Apple's iPhone, escalating the rivals' battle to strap their technology on people's wrists.

Family who were threatened with JAIL for putting up a purple swingset in their garden win court battle against draconian homeowners' association

Missouri family threatened with jail over their purple swingset as judge rules in their

Marla Stout, pictured inset, painted her daughters' play set behind their Missouri home dark violet and have been fighting with the homeowners' association over the paint job since spring. Last week it landed her in court where the association claimed the color was not in harmony with the neighborhood. A judge's ruling Friday allows the play set to stay.

There could be aliens beneath Pluto's crust: Dwarf planet's subsurface oceans have the potential to hold life

This image was taken by New Horizons and sent back shortly before it started its final approach towards the dwarf planet last month. Scientists have so far only seen five per cent of the data taken by the probe, and more information is due to be released this weekend

The physicists comments come after the historic flyby of the dwarf planet by the New Horizons spacecraft, which uncovered huge glaciers and mountains made of water ice.

Revealed: Terrifying footage of migrants being smuggled across the Med from Africa to beaches near Marbella on JETSKIS 

The footage shows the traffickers crossing the nine-mile stretch from Morocco to the beaches near Tarifa, on Spain's southern coast, with as many as three migrants gripping on for dear life.

HTC Vive to launch in the new year: Valve reveals full-body virtual reality system will be available in 'large quantities' by March

Valve posted the release to announce it would be showing off two new titles for the upcoming Vive VR system (pictured) at this year's PAX Prime in Seattle over the weekend.

One button to rule them all: Smart switch controls phones, lights, plays music and can even order you a pizza

Flic, designed by Swedish company Shortcut Labs, connects to smartphones using Bluetooth and can automate a range of different functions that can be allocated to three different types of click.

EXCLUSIVE - She was almost Mrs Tom Cruise: Norwegian beauty and ex-Scientologist claims Church leaders 'tricked' her into a 'screen test' and then grilled her about her sex life in search for star's mate 

Anette Iren Johansen claims Scientology auditioned her as Tom Cruise's mate

Anette Iren Johansen (center) claims she was one of the women who 'auditioned' to become Tom Cruise's girlfriend after he split with Penelope Cruise, among them Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, left, and Kate Bosworth. Anette says she thought she was making Scientology training films after her work as a volunteer in Sri Lanka following the tsunami. But, she claims to Daily Mail Online, she later found out she was auditioning to be Tom Cruise's girlfriend - just before he settled on Katie Holmes, right. A makeup crew came with boxes of cosmetics. 'They didn't want me to look completely natural,' she says. After the taping, she says she was questioned about her sexual proclivities by a Scientologist close to Tom. 'He asked about any perversions, homosexuality, threesomes, and I said no.'

Air pollution 'triggers heart attacks even in areas where levels are deemed safe... and the damaging effect is felt within ONE day'

Dr Jean-Francois Argacha, a cardiologist at University Hospital Brussels, said he believed air pollution was one of the largest avoidable causes of premature death, linked to heart and lung problems.

The iCloud hack STILL hasn't been solved: Case remains open a year after nude celebrity photos were leaked online 

On August 31 last year, hundreds of explicit images of some of Hollywood's most famous stars were posted to forum websites anonymously after hackers broke into the iCloud accounts.

Quasar powered by TWO monster black holes spotted: Whirling binary system reveals clues about how galaxies merge

The discovery (illustrated) was made by astronomers from the University of Oklahoma studying Markarian 231 (Mrk 231), the nearest galaxy to Earth that hosts a quasar.

A transparent capsule clinging to the side of a cliff and a polar bear next to your bed: The most thrilling hotel room views revealed

The most thrilling hotel room views revealed

A stunning view is a must-have for a lot of holidaymakers, but these rooms take it to the extreme. In Peru's Sacred Valley, guests sleep in a transparent glass pod (left) - but they must climb a 400ft cliff face to get there. Africa's first underwater hotel room, at Manta Resort on Pemba Island (bottom right), offers mesmerising views 13ft below the surface of the Indian Ocean. Instead of fish, fearless holidaymakers sleep next to an enclosure occupied by two polar bears at La Fleche Zoo in France, with just a window pane separating them from the beasts (top right).

Police raid Oscar Pistorius' prison cell and seize a hard drive following concerns over his new friendship with a notorious Czech gangster 

Oscar Pistorius had his cell searched in a dawn raid by prison officers suspicious of his friendship with an underworld figure. A hard drive was seized and is being analysed by police.

Depressed woman has optical illusion tattoo on her leg which reads 'I'm fine'... from below but 'save me' from above

Bekah Miles, 21, from Oregon, US, suffers from depression and had the tattoo to illustrate what it feels like. Bekah posted a photo on Facebook which has now had more than 300,000 likes.

This is how it's done! Usain Bolt shows his dramatic Segway crash has left no mental scars by taking to a megaboard after touching down in London 

Just days after being knocked over by a cameraman riding a segway at the World Championships in Beijing, Usain Bolt was pictured riding one himself as he arrived at Heathrow.

Shocking video shows McDonald's drive-tru worker being pulled out of service window by her HAIR during row with a customer

Shocking video shows McDonald's drive-tru worker being pulled out of service window by her

NEW The footage, which was uploaded to YouTube, shows a driver, who has an American accent, shouting at a McDonald's drive-thru worker before grabbing her by the hair. The driver then pulls the worker from the restaurant and into the side of her car, when a loud thud can be heard. Someone else then starts yelling 'get out, Quita. Get out. Open the door!' before the video cuts out.

Homeowners who got Hurricane Sandy repair funds may have to repay 'Build It Back' money because of new insurance grants

A recent decision by the Federal Emergency Management Agency allowed storm victims to reopen flood insurance claims, but Built It Back was created for people not covered by insurance.

Why we should have 3-day weekends ALL YEAR: Better work-life balance boosts our health and productivity, expert argues

David Spencer,
Professor of Economics at the University of Leeds, also believes we should only work a 30-hour week to get the most of other areas of life.

Breast in show! Chinese pageant that sees models compete for best cleavage sparks criticism as the women are judged solely on their ample assets

Chinese breast pageant sees women compete for best cleavage

A pageant judging women on their breasts kicked off in China last week for the fifth year running. Held in Hefei at The Westin, the women participated in a lingerie, swimwear and formal phase throughout the contest. The women wore glitzy outfits in a bid to frame their chests as they walked the stage for the judges. The concept drew a mixed response on social media, with some labelling the pageant degrading, and others finding it empowering.

Mother, 51, acts as surrogate for her daughter and gives birth to her own grandchild 

After Sherri Dickson experienced the pain of watching her daughter, Mandy Stephens, lose a child she decided to step in when her daughter was considering options for another pregnancy.

Would you drink water with added fat? Believe it or not it's the latest health craze. Alice Smellie tries the tongue-coating drink

FATWater, launched by the founder of Bulletproof Coffee, claims to hydrate you better than water. The drink is being touted as a healthy alternative to energy drinks - but experts aren't convinced.

This is the incredible moment Alaska's coast filled with thousands of WALRUS coming ashore 

The walrus, which were photographed near Point Lay last week, are forced to haul out to shore to search for a place to rest. Global warming is melting the Arctic sea ice that walrus use to dive for food and rest

Man is sentenced to 20 years in jail for plotting to carry out a suicide car bomb attack at a Kansas airport after he was 'inspired' by Osama Bin Laden

Terry Loewen, 60, had access to areas in a Kansas airport because of his work as an avionic technician, according to federal officials, who dubbed the bomb plot an attempted terrorist attack.

Jeep announces recall of more than 200K Cherokee SUVs for windshield wiper defect

2014 Jeep Cherokee

Fiat Chrysler is recalling 206,668 Jeep Cherokees from the 2014 model year, of which nearly 160,000 were sold in the US.

Corned beef, dumplings and gravy: Rare lunch menu from the doomed Titanic saved by a surviving passenger is up for auction in New York and is expected to sell for up to $70,000

Abraham Lincoln Saloman, a first class passenger saved the menu after he stepped off the doomed ship before it sank with the loss of 1,522 lives. The menu is up for auction by Lion Heart Autographs.

Australian fitness guru - who did weight training until she was 34 weeks pregnant - gives birth to twin girls

Sophie Guidolin gives birth to twin girls who already have Instagram

Just weeks after she 'called it quits' on training, social media star Sophie Guidolin, from the Gold Coast, announced the arrival of her twin girls, Evie Mae and Aria Joy (left with Ms Guidolin). 'In a complete newborn love bubble - introducing @evie_and_aria both almost 5 pounds [2.26kg], healthy and beautiful baby girls,' she told her 200,000-plus Instagram followers. Not wasting any time, Ms Guidolin set up an Instagram account for the pair (inset), which had 23,000 followers just hours after their birth. Ms Guidolin attracted controversy during her pregnancy for her intense workouts up until she was 34 weeks (right).

Southwest Airlines plane has 'chunk' of wing tip torn off as Boeing 737s collide while taxiing at airport

A passenger who witnessed the collision at Oakland International Airport in Northern California said his plane had just lurched back from the gate when he felt 'a very unnatural thump'.

Fancy living in a multimillion-dollar mansion for free? Run for governor! The sprawling official residences of U.S. state leaders

These photos show the official residences of governors in 46 states, including Maryland Government House in Annapolis, which is home to 2016 presidential candidate Martin O'Malley.

The hairbrush you can clean in seconds: Scientists reveal 'everlasting' design you'll never need to replace

Eco-friendly design flexes to dislodge trapped hair from bristles

COLUMBUS, Ohio?Whether you think of cleaning your hairbrush as a matter of style or hygiene, it is probably not something you like to do.

Maybe you meticulously extract every bit of hair, oil, skin cells and styling product that gets lodged in the bristles. Or maybe, as researchers at The Ohio State University have learned, you just toss your dirty hairbrush in the trash and buy a new one.

And that makes cleaning your hairbrush a sustainability issue.

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Scott Shim, associate professor of design at Ohio State, is working to make everyday objects easier to maintain so they last longer and don?t end up in a landfill.

His first such creation is an easy-to-clean hairbrush.

?We don?t want people to have to throw away a perfectly good hairbrush just because it needs to be cleaned,? Shim said.

His research revealed that the average lifetime of a hairbrush is six months to a year??lifetime? me

Researchers say the new 'maze brush' could end the normal consumer behaviour of simply discarding their brush and buying a new one when it becomes clogged.

It's outta here! One-armed softball player, 16, performs an impressive bat trick - before whacking the ball off camera with her powerful swing

1-armed Indiana softball player performs an impressive bat trick

Katelyn Pavey (pictured) from Lanesville, Indiana was born with a rare skeletal disorder that left her left arm underdeveloped. But, as captain of her high school softball team, she is still a skilled athlete - and recently mastered a seriously cool trick after just a few tries. Katelyn was inspired by Marisa Arriaga (inset), another 16-year-old from Cedar Hill, Texas, who first flaunted the skillful routine in a popular video a week ago.

   

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From staying in a 6ft-wide pod in Berlin to bedding down in Tokyo's capsule tower: The best micro holiday homes on Airbnb revealed

The best micro holiday homes on Airbnb revealed

For a truly unique travel experience, why not swap a hotel stay for a night in a 'mico-home'? Airbnb exclusively reveals to MailOnline Travel the most unique compact houses around the world, featuring an enchanting loft in Paris (top left), the smallest offering in Berlin (top right), a rustic modern home in Portland, U.S. (bottom left), a capsule room in Tokyo (bottom right) and a cosy wooden micro-home in Nebraska, U.S. (inset).

World's youngest Crocodile Hunter! Mini Steve Irwin who bravely wrestles (and cuddles) crocodiles at just five years of age 

Five-year-old Charlie Parker, who has grown up at Ballarat Wildlife Park in Victoria, first held a snake when he was one and wrestled his first crocodile at the age of three.

Would YOU let your girlfriend do your make up? Beauty vlogger gives a guy 'Kardashian contouring' and a 'Kylie Jenner lip' - with hilarious results

Stephanie Bailey gives Kodi Brown Kardashian contouring and a Kylie Jenner lip

Watch what happens when popular Sydney beauty vlogger, Stephanie Bailey (left) gives fellow YouTuber Kodi Brown (right) a makeover. In the comedic clip, Bailey gives Brown Kardashian-inspired contouring, bold purple eye shadow and a Kylie Jenner plump lip. The pair were in fits of laughter by the end of the experiment, with Bailey telling her 40,000 subscribers that she thinks she did a pretty good job.

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On your mark, get set, crawl! Vintage photos show BABIES racing one another as their parents cheer them on in bizarre Diaper Derby events during the 40s and 50s 

Babies raced to the finish in 1950s Diaper Derbies

In a competition where the losers threw tantrums and the winners, well, probably also threw tantrums, a baby-racing Diaper Derby was actually a popular spectator sport in the mid-twentieth century. Held in Palisades Park, New Jersey, from 1946-1955, the annual event saw confused tots in cloth diapers racing in what was billed as 'the slowest two minutes in sports'. Babies crawled toward an enticing line-up of stuffed toys, and winners received a savings bond.

The smurf who needs some safe-cracking skills: Burglar wearing a blue unitard and cowboy boots leaves empty handed after being defeated by safe

Nevada, Missouri police are still searching for the suspect wearing a full-body unitard who forced his way through a Subway drive-thru window at the restaurant around 3.45am last Sunday.

Shocking pictures show children looking on as teams of men struggle to rip apart live goats in barbaric Nepalese festival 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Deopokhari festival, in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley, went ahead despite protest from animal rights groups. Villagers tear a live goat apart with their bare hands.

Dog called Mr Moo has life-changing operation to fix his cleft palate after a vet and a surgeon join forces to carry out pioneering new surgery

Mr. Moo, a nine-month-old dog with a cleft palate had no soft tissue which presented a problem to a vet at the Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine.

First ever recorded image of a dodo to fetch $15,000 at auction: Extinct bird is described as 'disgusting' in 17th century illustration

Valued between £8,000 ($12,300) and £12,000 ($18,500), the book and its illustrations will be sold at Lyon and Turnbull auction house in Edinburgh on Wednesday.

Now that's what I call a white elephant! African giant coats himself in clay and mud to keep cool in the heat of the savannah 

African 'white elephant' coats himself in clay and mud to keep cool in heat of savannah 

They say that elephants never forget, but this one looks like a morning wash may have slipped its mind. Indeed, with its skin stained by clay and calcite sand it looks like it's been painted with white emulsion. The elephant was spotted surrounded by zebras at a waterhole in Namibia's Etosha National Park. The unusual-looking animal was photographed by Namibian amateur photographer Schalk van der Merwe after cooling off from the blazing heat with a mud bath.

   

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