Four in ten snorers argue with their partner over the noise while a quarter don"t share a bed

The bedroom battleground: Four in ten snorers argue with their partner over the noise while a quarter don't share a bed Some 41% of snorers engage in regular night-time tussles with partnersMore than half of people have never tried anything to tackle the problemAround one quarter of women and four in ten men are frequent snorers By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 00:25 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:25 GMT, 22 April 2013 Bedtime should be a blissful part of any happy couple’s day, the bedroom a safe haven where partners snuggle up before drifting into a peaceful night’s sleep.

Stiliyan Petrov leukaemia battle: Brave smile of the Premier League footballer transformed by cancer

Brave smile of the Premier League footballer whose super-athletic body has been utterly transformed by cancer Stiliyan Petrov was diagnosed last year after feeling tired and run downHad an acute form of the illness, meaning his survival chances were 50/50 Now in remission after chemotherapy and will take medication for two years Having learned more about his condition, says he is 'lucky to be alive' .

Norovirus: One million now affected by winter vomiting bug – and cases are set to soar well into the New Year

One million now affected by winter vomiting bug – and cases are set to soar well into the New Year Number of norovirus cases up by 83 per cent on this time last yearToll is expected to rise, says the Health Protection AgencyThe number of cases has risen earlier than expected this year, following a trend seen across Europe | UPDATED: 10:26 GMT, 29 December 2012 The winter vomiting bug has claimed another 141,000 victims in the last week, pushing the annual total up to more than 1.1million.

Fat people ARE more jolly – because their genes mean they"re less likely to get depressed

Fat people really ARE more jolly – because their genes mean they're less likely to get depressed Scientists from McMaster University in Canada found the so called 'fat gene' FTO is also a 'happy gene', tooAssociated with an eight per cent reduction in the risk of depression <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 18:16 GMT, 20 November 2012 </p> <br><p>The word 'jolly' has long been a byword word for 'plump' – hijacked by experts in the back handed compliment.</p><p>But scientists believe there could be genetic evidence which explains why fat people are often happier than their skinny friends.</p><p>It comes after Strictly favourite Lisa Riley has been flying the flag for larger women insisting she is a 'big, happy girl', more than comfortable with her size.

These REALLY take the cake! Hilariously Unfortunate and half-baked dessert designs

These REALLY take the cake! Hilariously unfortunate and half-baked dessert designs. They may be covered in icing, sprinkles, candy and good intentions, but there”s just something about these cakes that”s gone terribly wrong that no amount of chocolate can fix.

Bride KNITS her own dress and hunts out crockery from charity shops for 5,000 recession wedding

Thrifty bride KNITS her own dress and hunts out crockery from charity shops for 5,000 recession weddingLydia Tayler, 26, made her dress for under 200 using 300g of yarn and 100,000 stitche. When Lydia Tayler and Ash Pears wanted to hold their dream wedding and still have money left over to buy a house, they knew they needed to be inventive.

Greg Rusedski: "Anybody who thinks they"re happy all the time is probably lying"

'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.

Twincredible! Sisters born with rare life-theatening condition that meant they shared the same blood make remarkable recovery

Twincredible! Sisters born with life-threatening condition that meant they shared the same blood in the womb make remarkable recovery | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 12 June 2012 Identical twin sisters born with a rare, life-theatening condition have made a remarkable recovery.