‘I’m speechless!’ EastEnders star Pam St Clement, 75, leaves fans in hysterics after smoking cannabis with NUNS for new documentary Gone To Pot

Fans of EastEnders legend Pam St Clement were left in absolute hysterics on Monday night as the 75-year-old actress was seen smoking pot with nuns. The screen star was seen trying the drug for the new ITV documentary Gone to Pot, which saw a group of celebrities travelling round the United States as they try…

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Fresh concerns raised about dangers of e-cigarettes: Study reveals the trendy gadgets may slow down your heart rate and cause a cardiac arrest

Fresh concerns have been raised about e-cigarettes after new research found the devices may slow down your heart rate. Aerosols found in the trendy gadgets led to bradycardia – which can be life-threatening and trigger a cardiac arrest – in mice, scientists discovered.  The damage was similar to that of traditional cigarettes, which scientists have…

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Former MEP who sensationally outed Nigel Farage in 2014 for affair with aide demands apology for ‘vilifying’ her and ‘years of lies’

THE FORMER MEP who sensationally revealed Nigel Farage’s relationship with his aide three years ago has demanded an apology from him for “vilifying” her. Ex Ukip representative Nikki Sinclaire had accused Annabelle Fuller of sleeping with the former party leader – but she was called "callous" and "vindictive".

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‘It’s for his peace of mind’: Ant McPartlin’s ‘security team is beefed up to protect him from eager fans ahead of I’m A Celebrity’… as star is spotted ‘house hunting’ in Australia

He has been pictured looking happy and healthy on Australia’s Gold Coast, following a difficult few months which saw him battle his addiction to drugs and alcohol.  And while Ant McPartlin, 41, looked back to his best ahead of the new series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, it has now been…

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Obesity DOES affect the growth of a fetus – increasing the risk of dire pregnancy complications for both mother and baby

Obese pregnant women do have a higher risk of birth complications from delivering an overgrown baby, new research shows. The study by the National Institutes of Health is one of the clearest indications to date that obesity had a direct causal impact on the development of a fetus, which could leads to dire complications for…

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