Now chocolate can be one of your five-a-day: Scientists create bars without the fat that are made from fruit juice

Now chocolate can be one of your five-a-day: Scientists create bars without the fat that are made from fruit juice Apple, orange and cranberry juice droplets replace half the fat content in the chocolateBars have the same velvety feel as normal bars but a fruity taste, University of Warwick researchers say By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 18:17 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:08 GMT, 8 April 2013 Struggling to get the kids to eat their five-a-day Scientists may well have invented a novel solution that will certainly provide a small boost to their intake – chocolate made with fruit juice.

The dizzy spells that are actually migraines – without the headache

The dizzy spells that are actually migraines – without the headache | UPDATED: 22:32 GMT, 25 June 2012 'My head felt heavy, as if it was a bowling ball,' said Toria Law When Toria Law went to her GP complaining she felt dizzy and occasionally nauseous, he assured her it was an inner ear infection and said she’d be back to normal within a fortnight.

Another excuse to eat chocolate: Dark variety can help heart-risk patients

Another excuse to eat chocolate: Dark variety can help heart-risk patients and cut diabetes | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 1 June 2012 Lovers of dark chocolate have known for some time that their favourite treat can help protect them against high blood pressure and cut the risk of diabetes.

British man arrested in Thailand with suitcase full of dead babies to be used in religious ritual

Thai police arrest man with suitcase full of gold plated babies set to be used in black magic ritua.A British man was arrested today with a suitcase full of dead babies thought to have been used in a black magic rituals in Thailand.

Don"t bother counting calories – it will keep you as slim as the French

Don't bother counting calories – it will keep you as slim as the French | UPDATED: 16:19 GMT, 24 April 2012 Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard lives up to the 'thin French woman' stereotype At first it seems like a paradox on our plate – a study has found the French adopt a shoulder-shrugging attitude to reading nutrition labels on food while Americans scrutinise the calorie content.