The hilarious detention slips that got students extra time in class

Claiming to be Jesus Detention! Getting hit in the face by a paper airplane Detention! Calling a teacher a muggle Detention! America”s weirdest troublemakers revealed.While everyone gets in trouble at school at least once, some take it to a whole new level.

Olympics 2012 Chris Hoy: His intense workout regime and diet

The intense workout regime and diet of Sir Chris Hoy: Secrets of an Olympic body | UPDATED: 00:39 GMT, 24 July 2012 One of sir Chris Hoy's gym exercises involves him pushing weights of 35st Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, who won three gold medals at the Beijing Games in 2008, is nicknamed Golden Thighs because of his 27in legs that will hopefully power him to yet another gold in London.

Drinking plain water instead of fizzy drinks and fruit juice "lowers the risk of women developing diabetes"

Drinking plain water instead of fizzy drinks and fruit juice 'lowers the risk of women developing diabetes' Replacing sweet drinks with water could help stave off the metabolic disorder, scientists believe But adding water to a sugary beverage will not make any difference | UPDATED: 09:25 GMT, 1 June 2012 Women who choose plain water over sweet fizzy drinks or fruit juice, have a lower risk of developing diabetes.

McDonald"s "healthy" drink has 12 teaspoons of sugar

McDonald's 'healthy' fruit soft drink for children that contains 12 spoonfuls of sugar | UPDATED: 09:41 GMT, 9 May 2012 McDonald's is to introduce a 'healthy' fizzy drink for children that promises one of their five-a-day portions of fruit and vegetables – yet is packed with sugar and calories.

The "healthy" juice with 22 teaspoons of sugar that can add up to 450 calories to your diet

The 'healthy' juice with 22 teaspoons of sugar that can add up to 450 calories to your diet | UPDATED: 06:57 GMT, 17 April 2012 Underestimated: Survey respondents thought a portion of pomegranate juice contained four teaspoons of sugar – the true number is 22 Drinks regarded as healthy often contain far more sugar than we realise and can add up to 450 calories a day to our diet, researchers have warned.

Forget a warm cup of cocoa! Drinking cherry juice twice a day will give you 39minutes of extra sleep

Forget a warm cup of cocoa! Drinking cherry juice twice a day will give you 39minutes of extra rest Researchers say the juice could help athletes recover from injury as well as people with insomnia or jet lag Each serving of the tart cherry juice concentrate was estimated to contain the equivalent of 90 100 tart cherries Lavender pillows, warm cups of cocoa and a relaxing going-to-bed routine, are all popular ways to reach the land of nod. Now researchers have found a fruity solution for those who struggle to get to sleep or find themselves waking too early in the morning. An international team found that when healthy adults had two daily glasses of tart cherry juice, they rested an average 39 minutes longer