Eating protein for breakfast will keep you slim: Scientists say going to work on an egg will stop you snacking at night60 per cent of American young people skip 'most important meal of day'But experts say breakfast of egg and beef could hold the key to slimmingIt is hoped the findings could solve America's soaring obesity crisesThere are more than 25 million overweight or obese young adults in the U.S By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 10:23 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:15 GMT, 1 April 2013 Going to work on a high protein breakfast of eggs and steak could help you stay slim A high protein breakfast of eggs and steak could help you stay slim and stop dieters snacking at night, scientists say.
Why women pile on the pounds as they age – and it may not be their fault An enzyme involved in fat production is suppressed by the female hormone oestrogen, say U.S.
Talk about gatecrashing! Cyclist”s dramatic crash into lamppost in tourist”s photo .
The girl who will never grow up: Parents reveal anguish over cruel syndrome that reverses daughter's development and means she won’t ever be able to walk or talk Aimee can no longer walk or talk and has no control over her handsRett syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects one in 12,000 females | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 31 August 2012 A four-year-old girl has become an ambassador for a new campaign – to help cure children like her who are robbed of the chance of growing up.
Study claims oral sex is 'good for women's health and reduces depression' Range of chemicals in semen 'promote mental well-being and feelings of affection', say researchers By Eddie Wrenn PUBLISHED: 12:40 GMT, 21 August 2012 | UPDATED: 18:45 GMT, 21 August 2012 Stimulating: Chemicals within semen can fight depression and 'increase affection' Oral sex is good for women's health and makes you feel happier, according to a study which studied the effects of semen's 'mood-altering chemicals'.
Child's risk of developing allergic disease doubles if parent of same sex suffers from it | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 9 August 2012 Allergies such as asthma and eczema are gender-related and not simply hereditary, new research has claimed.
Overweight women 'lose out in the hunt for jobs' and once employed are lower paidResearchers say 'fat discrimination' is widespread in the workplaceMany bosses assume overweight staff are lazy of gluttons | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 1 May 2012 Fat discrimination: Many bosses assuming overweight staff are lazy Overweight women are far less likely to be selected for jobs than slimmer rivals, claim scientists.
Now one in 100 adults has autism and the condition is much more likely to affect men One in 100 adults has autism, according to a major report.