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Stylist Hiro from Osaka salon, Trick Store, says the hairdo, called 'Ripe Tomatoes', is his masterpiece. The look involves dying the hair bright red and then colouring sections green to resemble a tomato stalk.
A temporary venue in a former Scout hut in east London serves a pizza that is the most delicious food item in the world, beating dishes from Italy, according to voters on the Chowzter Fast Feast awards.
Youngsters who were exposed to the highest noise levels at home showed 28 per cent more symptoms of hyperactivity and inattention than those exposed to the lowest traffic noise levels, German researchers found.
Princeton Scientists say the technique used to create a bionic ear can 'hear' radio frequencies beyond the range of humans is a big step towards creating 'cyberman' prosthetics which combine living cells and electronic circuits.
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