Perfectly preserved £230,000 art deco home goes back on the market for the first time since it was sold on the outbreak of WWII… and even comes with the original furniture

Perfectly preserved £230,000 art deco home goes back on the market for the first time since it was sold on the outbreak of WWII… and even comes with the original furniture

A unique art deco house that was sold in the year the Second World War broke out and is still brimming with original features has gone on the market for £230,000. The keys to this time capsule home called Heol Bryngwili in Cross Hands near Llanelli, in Wales, were handed to the first owners in the autumn of 1939 – and it has remained in the same family until now. Even most of the furniture is original and can come with the property, which is the most distinctive on the street, if wanted….

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Olenna Tyrell revealed a big secret she’d kept since season 4 on ‘Game of Thrones’

Olenna Tyrell revealed a big secret she’d kept since season 4 on ‘Game of Thrones’

Warning: Major spoilers for those who have not season “Game of Thrones” season 7 episode 3. A piece of information that Olenna Tyrell had kept a secret since season four on “Game of Thrones” was revealed Sunday night. In a shocking twist at the end of the episode, Highgarden is conquered by the Lannister army headed up by Jaime Lannister. As the battle quiets down, Jaime finds Olenna Tyrell, and the two have a brief conversation about the battle, and Cersei. Olenna then asks Jaime very casually how she’ll be…

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‘10% higher level of burnout among docs since 2012 survey’

‘10% higher level of burnout among docs since 2012 survey’

Your seemingly disinterested doctor may be a part of a larger problem stalking the medical system: burnout among doctors. While medicine is seen as a coveted profession in India, a new study from a city medical college indicates that our doctors, like their western counterparts, suffer from burnout-associated symptoms such as emotional exhaustion, lack of feeling or dissatisfaction. Around 500 doctors responded to a 25-point questionnaire and came up with answers that spoke of lack of development (“My work doesn’t offer me opportunities to develop my abilities”), overload (“I overlook…

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US Cancer Death Rate Drops 25 Percent Since 1991

US Cancer Death Rate Drops 25 Percent Since 1991

The cancer death rate in the United States has dropped 25 percent from a peak in 1991, mainly due to a steady decline in smoking and advances in early detection and treatment of tumors, new research released Thursday shows. The rate decrease means there were about 2.1 million fewer deaths between 1991 and 2014, according to an annual report by the American Cancer Society (ACS). “The continuing drops in the cancer death rate are a powerful sign of the potential we have to reduce cancer’s deadly toll,” ACS chief medical…

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Chikungunya Cases On A Rise Since 2006

Chikungunya Cases On A Rise Since 2006

Chikungunya is an infection caused by the chikungunya virus. The virus is passed to humans by two species of mosquito of the genus Aedes: A. albopictus and A. aegypti.Since 2004, the disease has occurred in outbreaks in Asia, Europe and the Americas.Characteristic symptoms include sudden onset with high fever, joint pain, and rash. Other symptoms may occur, including headache, fatigue, digestive complaints, and conjunctivitis.chikungunya may cause long-term symptoms following acute infection termed chronic chikungunya virus-induced arthralgia. The increase this year in cases of the dreaded vector-borne chikungunya disease across the…

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