How pedal power could ease Parkinson's: Cycling can improve connections in brain regions linked to the disease Scientists say exercising on a bike is an 'effective, low-cost therapy' for the diseaseUS neuroscientist Jay Alberts started research after noticing positive impact it had on partner who suffers from diseaseScans revealed pedalling boosted connections between brain regions linked to movement | UPDATED: 08:39 GMT, 26 November 2012 Cycling could help ease the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, scientists believe.
Real lives: We all need some buddy to lean on When you’re going through a life-changing experience, it helps to have someone who knows exactly how you’re feeling.
“I”m Jack Sparrow” – well she does have the make-up right! Drunk woman claimed she was a pirate as she hijacked a passenger ferry and floated away from policeAlison Whelan spent two days drinking and eating plant nightshade, causing her to hallucinate before she unmoored the 45ft-long ferry
“He saved MY life… “He saved MY life… I just want to help him in return”: Owner of sick dog whose picture touched the nation”s hearts reveals how loyal companion stopped him from suicideJohn Unger adopted Schoep from a Wisconsin animal shelter 19 years ago with ex-fiance
She's my little hero: Black and white cat saves diabetic owner by alerting sleeping husband after she collapses By Daily Mail PUBLISHED: 16:15 GMT, 13 July 2012 | UPDATED: 16:36 GMT, 13 July 2012 A cat called Charley could scoop a national award after saving the life of her diabetic owner.
Don't dine with your greedy friend say experts, you're likely to eat just as much as they are Mirror eating: Recent research has shown that women in particular copy the eating habits of their companions (Posed by models) If you're struggling to lose weight, here’s one thing you can cut out.