One in three women 'too scared' to check their breasts for cancer Report author says girls should be taught how to check their breasts by the age of 13However, other research suggests that checking too often can cause needless anxiety among those at low risk from the disease | UPDATED: 10:57 GMT, 1 October 2012 A third of women do not check their breasts for lumps and bumps because they are scared of what they might find, a study has found.
Mother of three, 32, wakes from a coma thinking it's 1998 and she's still only a teenagerSarah Thomson had no memory of her husband or three childrenBelieved the Spice Girls were in the charts and Michael Jackson was aliveShe has now fallen back in love with her husband | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 26 September 2012 Quite a few 30-somethings have wished they could turn back the clock and be a teenager again.
'If this is what it sounds like, I'd rather be deaf': Liz Jones found her new polyphonic world with hearing aids overpowering | UPDATED: 21:22 GMT, 19 May 2012 I don’t know when I became deaf.
We really do like to be beside the seaside, say psychologists | UPDATED: 00:27 GMT, 19 April 2012 It may be something to do with the soothing sound of the waves but – in accordance with the music hall song – we do like to be beside the seaside, psychologists have confirmed.
Playing in the sun ‘reduces risk of eczema and food allergies in children’ Playing in the sunshine reduces the risk of children developing eczema and food allergies, researchers claim.