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You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.
Passersby saw the vehicle shaking and helped the children, aged two and five, get out.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel won a dull-then-frantic Monaco Grand Prix to extend his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton to 25 points.
A poem was read to runners by Mancunian poet Tony "Longfella" Walsh before they set off.
Edmund Hall said he wanted to thank emergency services staff who had a "shift from hell" after the bombing.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says the entire storyline that Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin is suspicious.
Reports have it that President Donald Trump will assemble his advisers to decide on whether to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. Naturally, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, a career-long, oil-industry shill from Oklahoma, is arguing to pull out.
British authorities are racing to round up the terror network behind the Manchester concert bombing after Home Secretary Amber Rudd revealed some of those involved could "potentially" still be at large.
While President Donald Trump has been out of the country meeting with foreign leaders on his first official overseas trip, members of his family have been working back home to increase their engagement with the Republican party establishment.
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how being outdoors with nature may help you live to 100.
Mr Zuma is under pressure because of corruption scandals, cabinet sackings and a faltering economy.
This is a summer of great significance for Arsenal - and we will soon see the most significant moment of all, writes Phil McNulty.
Kell Brook's trainer says the British fighter broke his left eye socket during Saturday's defeat by Errol Spence Jr.
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.
A ten-year-old boy walked away with scratches after falling off a water slide at The Wave Waterpark in Dublin, California.
On the eve of the new year, my four-month-old son was diagnosed with leukocyte adhesion deficiency type I, a very rare primary immunodeficiency disease, so life-threatening that he could die from a diaper rash. As Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president, my son was admitted to Memorial Sloan Kettering, where he now awaits the only known cure for his disease: a stem cell transplant.
Crunch, chomp, munch, slurp. It might not be polite to chew loudly while you eat, but science says those noises might help you avoid overeating. Hearing your own crunching could eat help you eat fewer calories, according to a new Brigham Young University and Colorado State University study. Here's why you might eat less if you listen to yourself chew — and how to avoid noisy scenarios that might overpower your sense of hearing.
Angelique Kerber loses to Ekaterina Makarova to become the first women's top seed to go out in the French Open first round.
France's president says his white-knuckle encounter with the US leader was designed to get respect.
A 21-year-old dies in hospital after being taken ill while on the way to Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull.
The Kremlin has a long history of trying to jawbone up global oil prices while doing as little as possible, or nothing, to curb output.
A minute's silence for the victims and casualties of Monday's terror attack was held.
Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have called for employment tribunal fees to be scrapped.
A Surrey couple postpone their Santorini ceremony as guests, including three bridesmaids, are stuck at Heathrow.
Delivering a lecture at the Hay Festival, the actor said society could face "dire consequences".
An emoji translator and a wedding hashtag creator. BBC Minute speaks to five people with jobs you probably never knew existed.
The discovery underlined the civilian toll from the fight to retake control of Marawi City from the clutches of militants aligned with the Islamic State.
Dozens sat around a circle of flowers and photos to honor an Army veteran and a college graduate who were fatally stabbed at a Portland commuter train.
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