How the stars survive hangovers from hell: Get Nigella Lawson and Denise Van Outen's top tips for New Years DayHow the celebrities deal with the pain which will befall a large proportion of the British population on New Year's Day | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 30 December 2012 The bad news is there’s no cure for a hangover.
How the stars survive hangovers from hell: Get Nigella Lawson and Denise Van Outen's top tips for New Years DayHow the celebrities deal with the pain which will befall a large proportion of the British population on New Year's Day | UPDATED: 02:08 GMT, 30 December 2012 The bad news is there’s no cure for a hangover.
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Drinkers in soft water areas at higher risk of liver disease, warns George Best's doctor | UPDATED: 11:13 GMT, 11 September 2012 Cure: Prof Roger Williams says the Government should add magnesium to water supplies to combat liver disease People who live in areas with soft water are more likely to develop alcoholic liver disease (ALD) than those elsewhere, according to one of the world’s most eminent specialists.
School tells 3-year-old deaf student named Hunter to use a new hand sign for his name as it looks like a gun .2 A school district has demanded a three-year-old deaf student named Hunter use a different hand sign for his name as the current gesture resembles a gun, his parents have claimed.
Depressed Always tired It could all be down to a childhood bump on your head | UPDATED: 01:12 GMT, 7 August 2012 When Christopher Lane killed himself four years ago, his family’s grief and shock was suffused with utter bewilderment.
Stress such as bereavement during pregnancy can harm child's health for years | UPDATED: 01:42 GMT, 31 July 2012 A stressful pregnancy could damage the unborn child’s health for years to come, doctors have warned.
French demand Crown Jewels from the Queen to compensate for 1499 murder of Edward PlantagenetFrench city of Angers in Loire Valley provided some of the greatest monarchs in British history
Woman, 36, who lost mother to brain cancer creates breathtaking fantasy land photo series in her memoryKirsty Mitchell”s Wonderland series has been three years in the makingAll costumes, wigs and sets were constructed on a shoestring budgetSome images took up to five months to create She would often wait an entire year to find the perfect natural setting for her shots
'I have now done 18 wars and I'll take any of them rather than the dentist's chair': Under the microscope with Martin Bell | UPDATED: 01:33 GMT, 12 June 2012 The former war reporter and MP, 73, on his war wounds, losing over three stone in the past two years and when sex is important Is sex important 'Only if it means something.