Rise of the FBIs (that's fat, bald and impotent men): Three-in-one sales of treatments soar as embarrassed blokes flock online Online chemist says men are increasingly buying treatments for all three ailments in one order, with sales up 40 per cent on the previous yearBiggest demand was in London and South East, followed by the MidlandsExperts say stress could be to blame for all three conditionsBut privacy of buying online is also thought to have fuelled demand sales figures by Chemist Direct found there was a 40 per cent rise in such orders from customers across the UK, compared to the previous year.
The squaddie and the squirrel: Soft-hearted soldier who nursed dying baby creature back to health by feeding it every four hours. A kind-hearted soldier rescued a baby squirrel on the verge of death and then nursed him back to health by feeding him every four hours.
The way it was: Rare colour photographs of Main Street in the 1940s capture the cafes, general stores and corner shops that were the heartbeat of small town America . A nostalgic collection of photographs has offered a fascinating glimpse of the American Main Street in the early 1940s.
Suicide by tiger: Man, 20, eaten alive in big cat enclosure after breaking into zoo at nightVictim was found dead surrounded by three Siberian tigersPolice have not ruled out suicide as a possible motive
A fight to the death: The lawyer who has dedicated his life to campaigning against capital punishment | UPDATED: 22:37 GMT, 7 July 2012 INJUSTICE: LIFE AND DEATH IN THE COURTROOMS OF AMERICA by Clive Stafford Smith Harvill Secker 18.99 ☎ 16.99 inc p&p Mission in life: Lawyer Clive Stafford Smith defends prisoners on Death Row Aged ten, Clive Stafford Smith saw a picture of Joan of Arc being burnt at the stake.
Wondering where to book your holidays Ukrainian and Swedish women named as the world”s most beautifulCold war stereotypes about plain and ordinary Eastern European women should truly be abandoned, according to the websiteWomen in second placed Stockholm in Sweden also praised for being both gorgeous and friendly
Doctors perform world's first quadruple limb transplant to attach two arms and legs to a man The world's first ever quadruple limb transplant was carried out by surgeons at a Turkish hospital today who attached two arms and two legs to a young man.