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Here Comes Honey Boo Boo returned for its third season

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...Jessica belch with their boyfriends, and Mama June knows it’s time for the talk. “Boys try to get in girls’ Froot Loops,” she tells them, before the discussion devolves into talk of biscuits, motorboats. And Sugar Bear gives the boys the talk, covering all the bases. It’s important because “you guys are getting close to my girls like two roaches on a bacon bit,” and “these girls can be nuttier tha...

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...bizarrely, by scampi, piles and truffles. Also revealed are the fastest rising travel destinations, sports terms, news, food and drink, music and top TV searches. The Google zeitgeist list – meaning spirit of the times – is compiled from the searches through Google each year. Individual searchers are not identified. SPORTS (FASTEST RISING) 1. Haye vs Klitschko 2. Olympic tickets 2012...

British Nutrition Foundation identified more than 100 different factors that influence our weight

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Always wonder why your diet and exercise regimens never seem to work? Possibly you’re unwittingly undoing your best efforts. Last week, the British Nutrition Foundation identified more than 100 different factors that influence our weight. However, many of the tips they offered – such as eating smaller portions and not relying on ready-made foods that are high in calories and fat – are...

Dutch Olympic athletes are facing government fines because they delayed finishing their degrees

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Dutch Olympic athletes are facing government fines because they delayed finishing their degrees. About 50 of the athletes competing at the London 2012 Games are still at university or college. For many of them, Olympic training commitments have interrupted their studies meaning they will be forced to pay thousands of euros in penalties. Dutch law states that each student must pay standard tuition...

The Japanese makers of Kinesio tape say it gives players an edge by mending injuries

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Italian striker Mario Balotelli was sporting three tramlines of blue sticky tape on his back in the Euro 2012 Championship. And at Wimbledon, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic has had his elbow patched up with the same stuff. So what’s behind this latest sporting fad? The Japanese makers of Kinesio tape say it gives players an edge by mending injuries. Although it might seem like a new i...

Members of Egypt's Olympic team have been given fake Nike gear, Yomna Khallaf, a synchronized swimmer, has alleged

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Members of Egypt’s Olympic team have been given fake Nike gear, Yomna Khallaf, a synchronized swimmer, has alleged. Yomna Khallaf said her workout bags had a big Nike logo in the front but the zippers had an Adidas branding on them. The Egyptian Olympic Committee (EOC) secretary general, Motaz Sonbol, said they were shocked to find that the gear was not “directly from Nike”. Nik...

First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in London this morning and she has already showed off two very patriotic wardrobe choices as she helps motivate Team USA

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Billionaire George Soros has bought a stake in Manchester United football club

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...ginally hoped, the flotation valued the club at more than $2.3 billion, making it one of the biggest sports clubs in the world. Manchester United has been controlled since 2005 by the Glazer family, the billionaire US sports investors who also own the Tampa Bay Buccaneers American football franchise. About half of the $233 million that the club raised from its flotation will go to paying off the c...

His cancer was in a stage that did not benefit from liver transplant, but Walter Payton spent his final months as an advocate for organ transplants.

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Walter Payton, Chicago Bears running back, is described in Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton, which is set to be released on October 4.   The book, written by Jeff Pearlman, contributor to Sports Illustrated, alleges the American football player constantly made drug abuse when he was playing and after his retirement, he had affairs and felt into a depression that almost led him...

Josh Elliott is divorced from Priya Narang, the mother of his 4-year-old daughter Sarina

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...s 4-year-old daughter Sarina (photo ABC) 6ft 5 inches Josh Elliott, 42, is currently working for NBC Sports. He previously worked as the news anchor for ABC’s Good Morning America. The journalist had worked for the LIVE show from ESPN: Sports Center. He also was a co-host on Cola Pizza and NEWS and First Take from ESPN. Josh Elliott went to Loyola High school in LA and University of Californ...

Experts claim that the longevity Olympians enjoy is within the reach of everyone

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...nd health of 25,000 athletes who competed in Games dating back to 1896. Those taking part in contact sports such as boxing had the least advantage, while cyclists and rowers enjoyed the best health. But the researchers also found those who played lower intensity sports such as golf enjoyed a boost. Experts claim that the longevity Olympians enjoy is within the reach of everyone Possible explanati...

Kremlin spokesman dismissed claims that Vladimir Putin’s back injury had got worse after his flight last month with Siberian cranes

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Vladimir Putin’s spokesman has admitted that Russia’s president is suffering from an injury, but denied media reports that it is affecting his work. Dmitry Peskov said the president had “pulled a muscle”, adding that it was sports-related. He dismissed claims that the injury had got worse after Vladimir Putin’s flight last month with Siberian cranes. Vladimir Putin,...

Few people know how much exercise is recommended

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Government guidelines say adults should do at least two and a half hours of moderate activity each week – or one and a quarter hours of vigorous activity – or a combination of the two. It can be confusing, but that alone probably doesn’t explain why only a third of adults are meeting the recommended amounts. Much of the research on health recommendations comes from the American...

Former supermodel Christie Brinkley has posed in a swimsuit at 59

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Former supermodel Christie Brinkley has posed in a swimsuit at 59 – for the first time in over 30 years. Christie Brinkley rolled back the years to her glory days as one of the most sought after models as she was photographed for Social Life, a new society magazine for The Hamptons. She last appeared in a magazine in a swimsuit when she graced the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine. The e...

Nina Agdal stars in an advert for Carl’s Jr. which aired during Super Bowl

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Paralympic torch has reached outer London as part of a 24-hour relay to herald the start of the 2012 Games

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Paralympic torch has reached outer London as part of a 24-hour relay to herald the start of the 2012 Games. Four national flames, kindled last week, were united in a cauldron at a ceremony in Stoke Mandeville – the spiritual home of the Paralympics. A flame lit from that cauldron is being carried 92 miles from Buckinghamshire to London’s Olympic Stadium. The Queen and the Duke and Duc...

A review of research evidence by US physicians says intensive training schedules and extreme endurance competitions can cause long-term harm to people’s hearts

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...ren should have at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise a day, including taking part in sports, brisk walking and running. Aerobic exercise is achieved through sports such as jogging, running, cycling, tennis and swimming. The level of aerobic exertion should be enough to raise the heart rate to 120 beats a minute or higher, which includes a brisk walk and swimming. But taking a strol...

Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches has taken to the streets of Chicago carrying a sign saying he has left her homeless

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...ndorsements, Dwyane Wade made a total of $26 million last year, landing him at the number 12 spot on Sports Illustrated‘s “Fortunate 50” list of the top earners in professions sports. Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches has taken to the streets of Chicago carrying a sign saying he has left her homeless The lawsuit, filed on July 9, in Cook County Circuit Court, claims that Dwyane Wade...

Tiger Woods has been attempting to win Elin Nordegren back with a $200 million deal

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...three years since Elin Nordegren, 33, smashed her former husband’s SUV with a golf club after news of his rampant cheating surfaced. And now the two have both showed up at a youth sports event with their kids in Jupiter, Florida, appearing to be one big happy family – at least briefly – before leaving together According to TMZ, Tiger Woods, 37, got to the sports day first with h...

Experts have warned that gym supplements are often doing more harm than good

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Experts have warned that gym supplements are often doing more harm than good. The British Dietetic Association (BDA) says high levels of additional protein can cause side effects. These can included nausea as well as kidney and liver damage. They want clearer warnings about what is in the powders and tablets. Manufacturers say consumers are well protected with only 11 reported reactions in 11 yea...

Russia has revealed that its preliminary budget for holding the 2018 World Cup is almost twice

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Russia has revealed that its preliminary budget for holding the 2018 World Cup is almost twice what it projected when it won the bid in 2010. Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko announced a budget of 600 billion roubles ($19 billion), nearly 40% of which will go into building or renovating stadiums. The rest of the money will be spent on transport and hotel infrastructure. Russia beat off rival bids fro...

Kate Upton visited Arnold Palmer at Bay Hill PGA Tour event

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Kate Upton visited Arnold Palmer at his club in Orlando, Florida, during the first round of this year’s Bay Hill PGA Tour on Thursday. According to Associated Press golf writer Doug Ferguson, Kate Upton’s manager has family links to Arnold Palmer, and the 20-year-old popped along to meet him and see the work he’s doing with two children’s hospitals. Arnold Palmer, 83, is hosting...

Oscar Pistorius, the world's most famous Paralympian and the first to compete in the able-bodied Olympics, has a notoriously complex love life

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...ust friends”. When it became clear that Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp were in fact dating, the sportsman’s then ex-Samantha Taylor said: “Oscar has such a way with women. She’s probably not the only one he’s got.” Samatha Taylor went on to tell South Africa’s City Press newspaper that “Oscar is certainly not what people think he is”. Oscar Pistorius has a history of risk taking a...

Texas Motor Speedway’s Big Hoss TV unveiling included a showing of the newest episode of Duck Dynasty

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Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) unveiled the biggest sports video board in the world on Wednesday night when the 12-story Big Hoss TV made its debut. “There’s nothing like attending a live sporting event,” TMS president Eddie Gossage said. “With this, you don’t miss a thing. To me, it’s the ultimate fan amenity. To have the biggest one in the world, that’s just another one of those ‘everything’s bigge...

Lance Armstrong has questioned during interview with Oprah Winfrey whether he deserves being banned from all sports because of his use of performance-enhancing drugs

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Cyclist Lance Armstrong has questioned during interview with Oprah Winfrey whether he deserves his “death penalty” punishment which means he is banned from all sports because of his use of performance-enhancing drugs. Lance Armstrong compared his lifelong ban to six-month penalties given to others. In the second part of his interview with Oprah Winfrey, Lance Armstrong, 41, said: R...