Trs bien! Speaking two languages from childhood keeps brain in good shape as we age Pensioners who spoke two languages from childhood were far quicker at switching between mental tasksBilinguals also expended less mental energy, suggesting they were using their brains more efficiently By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 10:57 GMT, 9 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:23 GMT, 9 January 2013 Hours spent in language classes struggling with masculine and feminine nouns and upside down punctuation may all be worth it, say scientists.
“I aimed right for his heart”: WWII veteran, 92, tells how he lay in wait for intruder in his favorite chair then coolly shot him dead with his .22 rifleEarl Jones, 92, insists: “These people aren’t worth any more to me than a groundhog” Air Force vet shot intruder dead from his armchair This was the third time intruders have broken into his Kentucky home this year
Don’t leave it too late! Common condom errors that put users at risk of STDs and unwanted pregnancies revealed Common errors included putting a condom on too late or taking if off too early during sex Condoms are 98 per cent effective in preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections – but only if you use them properly.