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Daily Mail Kills

by | 23rd, October 2006

EVERY day of every week the Mail thinks up imaginative ways to remind you that life is cruel and you are going to experience pain and die. And if it can’t think any up, it looks at scientific research.

Here is a selection of things that will kill you and yours from last week’s paper of doom…

MONDAY

“Brittle bone fear for boys with junk food diet” Stringy cheese all round

“A year on, this is binge Britain” Café culture causes twenty-something women to fall prone on the ground, with generous cleavage and thong on view (see pictures)

“How obesity puts a strain on the brain” Fat and stupid

TUESDAY

“With his neck contorted by spasms, Casualty’s Charlie feared for his health, until Botox transformed his life” Actor Derek Thompson tells us all about his dystonia

“Middle-class, nice home and swamped with debt”

WEDNESDAY

“Taxed till the pips squeak. The middle classes squeezed as never before. British businesses less able to compete. A £100bn raid on pensions. Why won’t ANY party speak up for lower taxes?” Vote Anorak for, er, lower taxes!

“Do ‘everyday’ chemicals give your breast cancer?” Maybe!

THURSDAY

“Britain’s country people are the REAL persecuted minority” Tally ho! Let’s get at the Barbour-clad filth!…

“How I yearn for a proper autumn…not this eternal Indian summer” Ray Connolly likes it wet and chilly

“Women who’d be better of NOT being screened for breast caner” The Nordic Cochrane Centre says screening might do more harm than good

“The Doctor WON’T see you know. In this excoriating, highly personal view, one writer says that modern GPS are overpaid, underworked and an insult to the doctors we could all once rely on” Carol Sandler ups stethoscope

“How stress of broken home could lead to early puberty”

“BRAZEN BRATZ. Move over Barbie! These brash, tarty dolls are now the biggest

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