Everything you think you know about healthy eating is wrong! Low-fat salad dressing is better than mayonnaise, fat makes you fat and you can’t eat enough fruit, right Wrong, according to the latest research.
Scientists unveil 20 new species … including a giant blue scorpion and massive hairy spider (how DID we ever get by without them)
'Anybody who thinks they're happy all the time is probably lying': Under the microscope with Greg Rusedski | UPDATED: 01:22 GMT, 26 June 2012 The former British No 1 tennis player, 38, on eating junk food, his fear of flying and the reality of being a sportsman 'I retired four years ago and the nice thing now is that I can be more sociable with my friends,' said Greg Rusedski IS YOUR DIET LESS HEALTHY NOW YOU’VE RETIRED A lot of people think professional tennis players have a phenomenal diet.
Will they never learn Another set of worrying pictures show how parents can get it so, so wrong. Usually, parents will do anything to keep their precious children out of harm”s way.
Schoolgirl aged just ELEVEN among 44 children admitted to one city hospital with anorexia Four boys, aged 13, 14, 15 and 16, and 40 girls, aged between 11 and 18, were treated for eating disorderThey were taken to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital between January 2007 and December 2011 | UPDATED: 16:28 GMT, 31 May 2012 A schoolgirl aged just 11 was among more than 40 children admitted to a city hospital with anorexia over a five-year period, shock new figures have revealed.
Practise what you preach: Mothers who want their children to eat healthy food 'must lead by example' The children of mothers who binge on junk food are more likely to adopt their own unhealthy eating habitsParents should encourage children to eat healthilyThose that use force, rewards or punishments are far less successful, researchers said | UPDATED: 09:47 GMT, 31 May 2012 Mothers who binge on junk food are closely watched by their children who go on to adopt unhealthy eating habits of their own, according to a study.
I could have helped save her: Friend says she would have stopped obese teenager from ballooning for a second time by teaching her to eat healthily againGeorgia Davis, who had to be rescued from her home after her weight increased to 63 stone, had previously moved away in an attempt to lose weight, her friend saidFormer housemate Jade Tarrant said she returned home to care for her sick step-father and went back to eating junk food Miss Tarrant said: “I always knew it was going to get this bad if she went home again.”Miss Davis said to be “stable” in hospital, where she is being treated for a range of obesity-related problems. Desperate: A friend said 63-stone Georgia Davis had moved away from her parents in an attempt to lose weight A 63-stone girl who had to be rescued from her own home had previously moved away from her parents in a desperate attempt to lose weight, her friend and former housemate has said.
Fears for girl, 24, who got flesh-eating bacteria on zip-slide as she is critical condition after having her fingers and foot amputatedAimee Copeland, 24, now listed in critical conditionHad surgeries to remove hands and right foot on Saturday
Bring back butter…
Teenage girl who weighed just six stone wrongly diagnosed with eating disorder when she had a deadly brain tumour Nichole Bain, 19, was suffering from severe headaches and sickness when she visited her GP in Blackburn, LancashireShe actually had a malignant brain tumour the size of a 50p coin | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 12 May 2012 A teenager weighing just six stone was wrongly diagnosed as an anorexic by doctors when she actually had a potentially deadly brain tumour.