Monday headlines: Rangers legend Andy Goram has six months to live after terminal cancer diagnosis


Welcome to the Daily Record’s Monday briefing.

The top stories you need to know today include former Rangers goalie Andy Goram’s cancer diagnosis, Alison Hammond passing on returning to an ITV programme, and NHS weight loss tips.

Here are the latest headlines from Scotland and beyond.

Rangers legend Andy Goram has just six months to live after terminal cancer diagnosis



Andy Goram’s weight has plunged due to illness

Rangers legend Andy Goram has revealed he has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Doctors have given the Ibrox icon about six months to live, the former goalkeeper said.

Goram knocked back chemotherapy after being warned the treatment would only give him an extra 12 weeks.

Now the 58-year-old has said he’ll put everything he has into battling the disease, saying: “I’ll fight like I’ve never fought before.”

Goram – nicknamed The Goalie – first started to feel ill around seven weeks ago.

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Alison Hammond leaves UK after announcing she won’t return to ITV show



Alison Hammond was living her best life in Cannes
Alison Hammond was living her best life in Cannes

Alison Hammond left fans stunned as she dazzled in one of the most glamorous celebrity hotspots in the world.

The ITV star was soaking up the atmosphere in Cannes this weekend, ahead of her appearance on This Morning today.

The mum-of-one shared a snap of her living her “best life” in the swanky French resort town.

Alison’s trip came after she broke her silence on claims she is heading into the jungle again for ITV’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here after she lost out on being crowned champion to Stacey Solomon in 2010.

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NHS weight loss tips include eating more of two types of food



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These 12 tips will help you lose weight

Losing weight is a challenge which many people struggle with.

Ditching unhealthy habits and switching to a healthier lifestyle can prove too challenging for many as they look to slim down.

The free NHS Weight Loss Plan is a good place to start to help lose weight in 12 weeks.

Additionally, the NHS has published further guidance to those wanting to shift some pounds with a dozen weight loss tips.

While some of these are self explanatory, others could prove surprising and could change your outlook on the whole process.

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Dementia risk cut by one fruit as study finds eating it could stave off disease



Blueberries could protect middle-aged people from developing dementia

Blueberries could protect middle-aged people from developing dementia, according to a new study.

The fruit contains high levels of micronutrients and antioxidants dubbed anthocyanins.

These give blueberries their namesake colour, but also protect them from radiation exposure and infections and could also stave off dementia.

Around 900,000 people are living with dementia in the UK and numbers are predicted to keep rising over the next 50 years.

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High cholesterol: The 25p herb shown to lower unhealthy levels



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High cholesterol levels could lead to a number of health complications

High cholesterol can lead to a number of health complications, including both strokes and heart attacks.

It is important to keep cholesterol levels balanced, although it can become increasingly difficult as you grow older.

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A significant contributing factor to cholesterol is diet, and according to a recent study there’s one herb that has a positive effect on cholesterol level.

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