John Wood

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Jo Cameron, 71, who lives near Loch Ness in the Highlands, can feel virtually no pain due to a mutation in a previously-unidentified gene. Photograph: Mary Turner/The New York Times

A woman in Scotland who can feel virtually no pain has a mutation in a previously-unidentified gene, according to researchers. Jo Cameron, who lives(...)

Matt Kuchar has apologised and agreed to pay temporary caddie David Ortiz in full. Photograph: Cliff Hawkins/Getty

Matt Kuchar has issued an apology and said he will pay a temporary caddie in full following his victory in the Mayakoba Golf Classic last November. K(...)

According to InfraStrata: “Whilst a Brexit ‘No Deal’ generally increases uncertainty, the directors do not believe that it will affect this application”

InfraStrata, the AIM listed company seeking to develop a new natural gas storage facility in Northern Ireland capable of providing more than 25 per ce(...)

A father and two sons and another youth have been charged with the murder of Neil Reilly in Dublin. Father-of-two Neil Reilly (36) sustained serious (...)

A study carried out by University College London (UCL) has  found a particular ‘channel’ used by the body for electrical signals is the key to why some people do not experience pain. Scientists said testing on genetically modified mice was essential to the research.

Solving the secret of why a rare genetic mutation stops some people feeling any pain may lead to new therapies to help those who suffering from it chr(...)

 Phil Mickelson  holds the Claret Jug with caddie Jim Mackay after the final round of the 142nd British Open Championship at Muirfield. Photo:  Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Phil Mickelson drained the last of his six birdie putts on Sunday to end his long and winding road to the British Open championship. He picked the bal(...)