Ready meals ‘better for you than TV chef’s recipe’: Dishes created by star cooks contain more calories than TV dinners Health warnings should be on cooking programmes, say researchersStudy compared nutritional content of chefs' recipes and ready mealsNo meal met all of WHO’s recommendations for a balanced healthy meal | UPDATED: 23:54 GMT, 17 December 2012 If you feel guilty about eating a ready meal while watching TV chefs making something from scratch, don’t worry – your food’s probably healthier than theirs.
Do you really need to pay a dentist 700 to get white teeth like Holly Willoughby'sDentists claim bleaching at home is dangerous, but sky-high prices see customers turn to home kits | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 15 December 2012 Celebrity smile: Holly Willoughby has confessed to teeth whitening Thousands of Britons have their teeth bleached to emulate the dazzling smile of celebrities such as TV presenter Holly Willoughby, who recently admitted to doing so ‘years ago’.
Babies born naturally 'have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean section' | UPDATED: 21:00 GMT, 8 August 2012 Scientists claim that babies born naturally have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean Babies born naturally may have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean section, new research claims.
I don't bee-lieve it! Man, 62, cures painful eye infection with 99p jar of honey | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 25 July 2012 Frank Dougan from Glasgow spent eight years searching for a cure for a chronic eye condition A man who spent eight years searching for a cure for a chronic eye condition was amazed when he finally found the remedy in a 99p jar of Tesco Value honey.
Most of us use makeup to highlight our best features. Promise Tamang Phan can use it to transform herself into a whole different person.
Sun-dried tomato alert: Health investigators link the celebrity chefs’ favourite to outbreak of hepatitis cases Health experts are investigating an outbreak of potentially deadly hepatitis linked to sun-dried tomatoes, it emerged yesterday.
This woman had one emergency op at America's hospital to the stars and another on the NHS.
Boy, 7, with brain tumour sets up his own charity to help other children with the cancer Mason Fountain is set to launch his own charity next month to raise money for brain tumour research An inspirational boy of seven has set up his own charity to help children battling brain tumours – as he fights cancer himself. Mason Fountain has just completed a tough 20 months of chemotherapy after receiving his diagnosis in April 2010. But the youngster from Ipswich in Suffolk, has also managed to raise thousands of pounds for charities since starting treatment