How an apple a day could keep the cardiologist away – by lowering 'bad' cholesterol Daily fruit lowered 'bad' cholesterol in the blood by 40% in middle-aged adults Apples were found to be more effective than a supplement containing an antioxidant found in the fruit PUBLISHED: 08:40 GMT, 3 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:15 GMT, 3 October 2012 A new study suggests that eating apples each day could significantly improve the heart health of middle-aged adults in just one month.
“Screw the gym! I”m getting pregnant tonight!”: Hysterical text message fails sent with love but met with laughter (and she meant Pringles).Today”s iPhone users must suffer through what must be known as unintentional absurdity.
The pocket-sized iPad: Leaked images show off Apple”s latest Mini tablet for the first time New device expected to have a screen of eight inchesWill go head-to-head with Google Nexus 7 in the pocket tablet market Launch expected in October
Night-time necklace that can stop the pain of heartburn | UPDATED: 10:28 GMT, 5 June 2012 Overnight mircale: The device works by applying gentle pressure to the neck to stop acid leaking back up into the throat A necklace worn in bed at night could help banish the pain and discomfort of heartburn.
The chemo-proof Christmas dinner: Chef Jim Fisher creates a specially adapted menu for cancer sufferers to enjoy their food Chef Jim Fisher got his inspiration from his mother With Christmas approaching, supermarket shelves heave with delicious festive food.