PUBLISHED: 10:45 06 March 2019 Laura Bill Jon Arnold, who will be boxing at the fundraiser for The Oli Mills Foundation. Archant A St Albans based charitable community is hosting an event to raise money for children and teenagers with cancer. Retired boxer Jon Arnold is getting his gloves back on to help fight cancer by raising cash for The Oli Mills Foundation. The foundation was set up in remembrance of Oli Mills, of St Albans, who died of cancer in 2005 aged just 18. It has so far raised £260,000 for children with cancer. Ex-Verulam students will attend the evening on March 28 at 8pm. Oli was a Verulam pupil and the school are very supportive of the work Eddie does. Eddie Mills, founder, said: “My brother was a fun loving, outgoing, caring and general all round good guy who was loved and is missed by all. It’s going to be a fantastic night. I can’t wait to see some St Albans faces there.” The Tufnell Park, London event … [Read more...] about Boxer gets his gloves on to help fight cancer.
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WE all know that fruits are good for us. But it turns out that citrus fruits - oranges, lemons, grapefruits - might be even better for us than most. According to nutritionists Dr Sarah Brewer and Juliette Kellow, citrus fruits are the key to stay young and living long. In their book, "Eat Better, Live Longer: Understand What Your Body Needs to Stay Healthy", they recommend eating at least one orange, grapefruit, lemon or lime a day. Sophie Bertrand, Registered Associate Nutritionist at Rhitrition, told The Sun: "Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and is needed for normal growth and development. Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water meaning that leftover amounts of the vitamin leave the body through urine." (That's why your pee turns a bright orange colour after drinking a Barocca...) Sophie continued: "Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps to block some of the damage caused by free radicals. The buildup of free radicals over time is believed to contribute to the ageing process. … [Read more...] about Is citrus fruit the key to living longer? Oranges help prevent ‘cancer, heart disease, dementia and wrinkles’
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases United Plane Pull raises almost $25K to help fight cancer Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:18 AM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:18 AM EDTBy Dave [email protected] The 13th Annual United Plane Pull "Towing the Line to Save Lives" event raised close to $25,000, which directly and equally benefitted Plane Pull beneficiaries American Cancer Society and Guam Cancer Care. Forty teams registered to tow the line in the fight against cancer. The annual Plane Pull event, which is organized and sponsored by United employees, has attracted more than 11,000 participants throughout the past 13 years and has raised more than $340,000 for local charities. Sam Shinohara, … [Read more...] about United Plane Pull raises almost $25K to help fight cancer
A single mum battling stage four cancer denied a disability benefit says it feels like she's been told that she isn't sick enough. Roisin McWilliams is unable to work and needs expensive immunotherapy treatment and a stem cell transplant to have any chance of surviving. The 28-year-old from Belfast spends much of her time exhausted and in pain after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma on Christmas Day last year. She had applied for the Personal Independence Payment in April after months of financial support from her family, but was denied, Belfast Live reports. Due to her illness, the chef, who has a three-year-old child, had to leave her £1,300-a-month job because “she couldn’t breathe” and “fractured her rib from coughing, it was that severe”. She now lives on £125 Employment Support Allowance a week, but PIP payments could almost double that amount - taking her closer to the salary she lost and removing any money worries. Roisin said: … [Read more...] about Mum fighting cancer denied disability benefit ‘because she isn’t sick enough’
GREASE legend Olivia Newton-John is having to fight cancer for the third time. By Robin Cottle / Published 11th September 2018 WIREIMAGE FIGHT: Olivia Newton-John has been diagnosed with cancer for the third time The screen musical icon has revealed how a minor car accident five years ago led to the discovery of a lump.She kept her battle private at the time, but is now undergoing radiation therapy on another tumour at the base of her spine.It was known that the 69-year-old had fought breast cancer in 1992, but Olivia has now let slip in an interview that she dealt with the illness in secret in 2013.She said: “I thought: ‘It’s my life,’ and I just decided to keep it to myself.” Related Articles Olivia Newton John's daughter films herself arousing fiancé while he plays video games John Travolta, 64, spotted 'battered and bloody' in shocking picture Cliff Richard to release first album in 14 years after sex case hell … [Read more...] about Grease legend Olivia Newton-John fighting cancer for THIRD time