Newlywed's husband dies of the same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years agoKaren Matthews, 31, from Bristol said 'I feels like the unluckiest woman alive'Husband of four months, Ryan, 36, suffered a fatal heart attack in December Nine years ago, boyfriend James Gray, 24, died of the same condition By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 15:34 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 6 March 2013 A newlywed mourning the death of her husband said she feels like she's 'jinxed' after he died from the same heart condition that previously killed her boyfriend.
'I feel like I'm jinxed': Newlywed loses husband to same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years agoKaren Matthews, 31, from Bristol said she 'feels like the unluckiest woman alive'Her husband of four months, Ryan, 36, suffered a fatal heart attack in December as a result of left ventricular hypertrophyNine years ago, her boyfriend, James Gray, 24, died of the same condition while playing football By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 15:34 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:28 GMT, 5 March 2013 A newlywed mourning the death of her husband said she feels like she's 'jinxed' after he died from the same heart condition that previously killed her boyfriend.
The long and the short of it: Men from Stoke-on-Trent have the longest manhoods in Britain, while those from Bristol have the greatest girth Men in the North West order the largest sized condoms, says online retailerThose in Leeds and Manchester are the second and third biggestChaps in South West are the widest, followed by Oxford and then Leeds Average man only 5.1in long when erect, not the 6in most men think they are By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 11:29 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:46 GMT, 15 February 2013 Men from Stoke-on-Trent have the biggest manhoods in Britain, according to a revealing new survey.
Children who spend more time outside 'are half as likely to become short-sighted' Spending time outside in natural light reduced the risk of myopia in children whether they were active or not | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 2 August 2012 Outdoorsy: Spending time in natural light has been linked with improving sight Children who spend more time outside are less likely to become short-sighted, a study claims.
Stop being a wimp! Pain IS good for you: How the dreaded sensation plays a crucial role in keeping us alive | UPDATED: 19:32 GMT, 16 April 2012 Headache Reaching for painkillers isn't always the answer (posed by model) The well-known phrase, ‘no pain, no gain’ is more true than we ever thought.
Brush your teeth twice a day to keep your heart healthyDeadly bacteria could enter the bloodstream through bleeding gums | UPDATED: 23:06 GMT, 25 March 2012 Failing to brush your teeth properly could lead to potentially fatal heart problems, scientists have found.
Cancer sufferer first in UK to have bladder replaced with a new one created inside his body by a robot The bladder was constructed from the patient's own bowel tissueThe Da Vinci robot is so dexterous it can peel a grape | UPDATED: 10:11 GMT, 20 March 2012 A cancer sufferer has become the first person in the UK to benefit from a robotically-constructed bladder.
ALL metal hip joints 'must be banned': Failure rate 'four times higher than other types' | UPDATED: 07:46 GMT, 13 March 2012 Experts are demanding that metal-on-metal hip replacements are banned after finding ‘unequivocal’ evidence of their poor performance.
Could bacteria have triggered our heart attack epidemic | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 12 March 2012 Good news at last – deaths from heart attacks are down and falling fast, according to research from Oxford University published a few weeks ago.
Can some children simply 'grow out' of autism One mother tells how her son's life has been transformed When Josh Tutin was three years old, he was diagnosed with autism so severe that experts believed it unlikely he would ever relate to other people.