Women drinkers 'pass on bad habits to their teenage children' | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 10 December 2012 Mothers who drink heavily risk passing down their bad habits to their children, warns a think-tank.
$238 for soap Sales soar for luxury must-have after Oprah includes it in her latest List of Favorite Things | UPDATED: 22:40 GMT, 23 November 2012 Midas Oprah Winfrey: Oprah's annual List of Favourite Things aired on November 18, and already sales of the products have skyrocketed Oprah Winfrey's hotly anticipated List of Favourite Things was released just five days ago on her OWN Network, and already it is having major effects on products she endorsed.
Claiming to be Jesus Detention! Getting hit in the face by a paper airplane Detention! Calling a teacher a muggle Detention! America”s weirdest troublemakers revealed.While everyone gets in trouble at school at least once, some take it to a whole new level.
Minimum alcohol price could save lives of 50,000 binge-drinking pensioners Those aged 65 and over are more likely to drink every dayAround a third of older drinkers are thought to develop a drinking habit later in life | UPDATED: 13:16 GMT, 7 September 2012 The lives of 50,000 pensioners could be saved over the next decade if a minimum alcohol price was rolled out in England, say researchers.
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“Facelift in a bottle”: Woman”s bizarre contraption “wipes 10 years off your age” by stretching your face from ear to ear . It”s being billed as a “facelift in a bottle” but the latest way to zap sagging or drooping skin looks more like a bungee rope than a wrinkle cream.
'She's a feisty one': Baby girl born three months early weighing just 1lb 12oz wins battle for survival Isla had stopped growing in the womb at 25 weeks and measured just 11 inches long | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 26 March 2012 A baby girl proved she was a born fighter when she let out three yelps and lifted her arm – even though she was delivered three months premature.
Grandmother dies in freak accident after hot bath caused medical skin patch to give her an overdose A grandmother died when a hot bath caused a patch she was wearing on her arm to give her an overdose of medication. Barbara Reynolds, 67, was killed minutes after getting into the bath at her Leicestershire home as the heat sped up the release of the painkilling drug. She had been using Fentanyl patches for chronic pain since 2002 – but the “surge” of the drug into her body made her heart stop