The REAL reason you eat too much: New theory could revolutionise the way we lose weight

The REAL reason you eat too much: New theory could revolutionise the way we lose weight | UPDATED: 17:41 GMT, 1 January 2013 Professor Lustig explains that leptin resistance – and sugar – is at the root of the obesity epidemic Waistband feeling a bit tighter, or buttons straining after Christmas While it’s easy to blame your appalling willpower or TV-inspired lethargy, according to a respected U.S.

PIP breast implant butcher Jean-Claude Mas denies manslaughter charges

The terrifying story of how a former French butcher earned millions from selling faulty breast implants made from mattress fillingCompany has allegedly been manufacturing faulty implants since 2001Thousands of women around the world suffered ruptured breast implantsJean-Claude Mas, founder of PIP, denies charges of manslaughter Scandal: Alexandra Blachere, who heads an association of women with faulty breast implants Strong gusts of wind sweeping in from the nearby Mediterranean blow discarded order forms and medical documents across the litter-strewn site of an abandoned factory. It was here, until it was forced to close, that 120 staff manufactured silicone breast implants. The workers wore blue gowns, surgical gloves and masks to give their work an air of scientific respectability and professionalism

French breast implant butcher who earned millions selling implants made from mattress filling

The terrifying story of how a former French butcher earned millions from selling faulty breast implants made from mattress fillingCompany has allegedly been manufacturing faulty implants since 2001Thousands of women around the world suffered ruptured breast implantsJean-Claude Mas, founder of PIP, denies charges of manslaughter Scandal: Alexandra Blachere, who heads an association of women with faulty breast implants Strong gusts of wind sweeping in from the nearby Mediterranean blow discarded order forms and medical documents across the litter-strewn site of an abandoned factory. It was here, until it was forced to close, that 120 staff manufactured silicone breast implants

Children who miss lots of school days "may have chronic fatigue syndrome"

Children who miss lots of school days “may have chronic fatigue syndrome” Children who complain they’re too tired to go to school could have chronic fatigue syndrome, say researchers. They found some youngsters missing more than one-fifth of school time for ‘unexplained reasons’ had the condition. One in 100 children have chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), suggests a new study, but two-thirds made ‘rapid progress’ back to normal school attendance after being diagnosed and treated