Can people grow horns (and other bizarre questions doctors are asked)

Can people grow horns (and other bizarre questions doctors are asked) | UPDATED: 21:01 GMT, 29 September 2012 Have you ever wondered if chocolate really does give you spots, or just how much of our brains we actually use In an extract from his new book of weird and wonderful health trivia, writer DAVID HAVILAND reveals the answers to these questions, and other bizarre facts from the world of medical science.

James Holmes: Gunman used police evidence bags as hand puppets as mother admits she had feared he was disturbed for years

Dark Knight gunman “forced to wear a face guard in prison after spitting at officers” Gunman”s mother admits she feared he was disturbed for yearsSources: Police placed evidence bags on James Holmes” hands after his arrest and he pretended they were puppetsGunman had previously received $26,000 federal education grant Jail workers said he was not on medication during court appearanceVictim set to launch first lawsuit against movie theater, Holmes” doctors and Warner Brothers for not preventing horrific attack

How different can one man look? Hilarious portraits of photographer Gordon Stettinius that are a lesson in bad taste

How different can one man look Hilarious portraits of photographer that are a lesson in bad taste . It”s tricky to make an impression in the noisy world of photography but one snapper has found a way to cut through the clutter, foregoing his dignity in the process.

Oliver"s awful indigestion was actually "gut asthma"

Oliver's awful indigestion was actually 'gut asthma' By Lois Rogers PUBLISHED: 00:10 GMT, 3 July 2012 | UPDATED: 00:10 GMT, 3 July 2012 There are few experiences more painful for a mother than to watch helplessly as her child suffers, and Alison Groves has had more experience than most.

Nights in pink satin: The awkward prom photos you’d really rather forget

The hilarious prom nights these unfortunate students will never forget… no matter how hard they try. The prom is the biggest night of the senior high school year.

NHS errors: Why there are 20,000 pregnant MEN in Britain

Mamma mia! Why there are 20,000 pregnant MEN in Britain Meanwhile more than 3,000 children and teenagers have apparently accessed geriatric services | UPDATED: 15:27 GMT, 9 April 2012 The mother of all mistakes There are at least 20,000 pregnant men in the UK if NHS statistics are to be believed.

People who take prescription drugs twice as likely to fall over – regardless of their age

People who take prescription drugs twice as likely to fall over – regardless of their agePhenomenon exacerbated by medicines used to treat high blood pressure and cholesterol Taking a tumble: A study suggests those who take prescription drugs are twice as likely to suffer a fall regardless of age A new piece of research suggests that those who take prescription drugs are twice as likely to suffer a fall regardless of age. The bizarre phenomenon was found to be exacerbated by medicines used to treat high blood pressure and cholesterol