Forget fry-ups for a hangover: NOODLE SOUP is the best cure for the morning after the night before

Forget fry-ups for a hangover: NOODLE SOUP is the best cure for the morning after the night beforeTraditionally a greasy breakfast and a sugary drink were thought to banish post-booze headacheBut a simple Asian broth is in fact a much better option, according to experts By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 18:13 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:33 GMT, 9 April 2013 On that painful morning after the night before, there is often nothing more tempting than a bacon sandwich.

Pouring granulated sugar on wounds "can heal them faster than antibiotics"

Pouring granulated sugar on wounds 'can heal them faster than antibiotics'Folk medicine from Africa may hold the key to treating wounds that defy modern medicine Sugar draws water from the wound into a dressing which accelerates the healing process By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:11 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 15 February 2013 According to the study, sugar draws water from the wound into a dressing accelerating the healing process Too much sugar may be bad for the waistline, but it could help doctors heal the sick.

Stop being a wimp! Pain IS good for you

Stop being a wimp! Pain IS good for you: How the dreaded sensation plays a crucial role in keeping us alive | UPDATED: 19:32 GMT, 16 April 2012 Headache Reaching for painkillers isn't always the answer (posed by model) The well-known phrase, ‘no pain, no gain’ is more true than we ever thought.

Teenager Ugur Acar undergoes face transplant sees his new visage for the first time

'It couldn't be better': Teenager who underwent face transplant sees himself in the mirror for the first time since operation Ugur Acar, 19, suffered serious burns to his face during a house fire when he was just 40 days oldTeenager is first Turk to have face transplant This is the incredible moment a teenager who underwent Turkey's first facial transplant sees his new face for the first time.

Bone putty could heal fractures in days rather than months, claim scientists

Revolutionary putty could heal bone fractures in days rather than months, claim scientists By Claire Bates Last updated at 3:20 PM on 8th February 2012 A 'fracture putty' could have people with broken legs up and moving as fast as days afterward, claim scientists Anyone who has broken a bone knows how long and arduous the recovery period can be.

Maya Joseph: Disabled dwarf "healed by a church leader Rev George Booty"

Disabled dwarf “healed by church leader”s miracle touch” after spending 10 years in a wheelchairMaya Joseph claims it took Rev George Booty just minutes to “cure” her at St George”s in Milton Keynes A disabled dwarf who spent ten years in a wheelchair claims she has been miraculously “healed” by a church leader”s touch.