Alex Reid: "Vivacious" schoolgirl, 16, died in her sleep just days before scoring ten As at GCSE

'Vivacious' schoolgirl, 16, died in her sleep just days before scoring ten As at GCSE Alex Reid died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition Popular schoolgirl was a keen skier, swimmer and netball player Parents found her unresponsive in bed and she could not be revivedThey later learned she had gained six A* and four A grades at GCSE By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:34 GMT, 9 February 2013 Active: Schoolgirl Alex Reid had been a keen skier, netballer and swimmer before she died of an undiagnosed heart condition A super-fit teenager died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition just days before her parents learned she had gained six A* grades and four As in her GCSEs.

Man’s TRUE best friend: Dogs really do console us when we cry – and they treat strangers with just as much empathy

Man”s TRUE best friend: How dogs can respond to our emotions more than other humans Study at Goldsmiths University shows dogs will spot crying people and approach and nuzzle Behaviour seems hardwired based on thousands of years of “best friend” partnershipEven strangers get the same level of concern as a dog”s owner

The kiss of life: The moment a mother paid a tearful goodbye to the 14-month-old daughter doctors said she was about to die, before something…

The kiss of life: The moment a mother paid a tearful goodbye to the 14-month-old daughter doctors said she was about to die, before something miraculous happened . Sad: This is the moment a tearful Jennifer Lawson thought she was kissing her daughter Alice goodbye forever – until a miracle happened This tender kiss from a mother to her child is invested with a weight of unendurable sadness.

After same no scalpel facelift as Jennifer Aniston, one woman"s diary of her transformation

Sorry to my face for all I've put it through (but I'd do it again…): After a Jennifer Aniston-style no scalpel facelift, one woman's diary of her transformation By Kay Goddard PUBLISHED: 21:21 GMT, 16 June 2012 | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 17 June 2012 I would like to begin with an apology – first to my teenage son for scaring the living daylights out of him, secondly to my sister who was so shocked at my swollen, bloodied appearance that she stayed with me and my son overnight in case I never woke up again.

Can yoga classes kill you? The startling question posed by a leading science writer

Can yoga classes kill you The startling question posed by a leading science writer But does New York Times writer William Broad's evidence stack up Downward dog for back pain, sun salutations for an energy boost – yoga has become the workout for a healthy mind and body, and is the exercise of choice for endless celebrities including Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.