Sweets that are good for your teeth: Sugar-free treats said to reduce plaque and tooth decay

Sweets that are good for your teeth: New sugar-free treats said to reduce plaque and tooth decayPeppersmith's Tingz contain naturally occurring sweetener xylitolFlavours include strawberry and vanilla and orange and mandarinThe sweets are accredited by the British Dental Health Foundation By Ian Fletcher PUBLISHED: 00:57 GMT, 18 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:58 GMT, 18 March 2013 'Cracking innovation': Peppersmith co-founders Dan Shrimpton, left, and Mike Stevens are behind the sweets that are good for you A range of sweets that are good for children's teeth is set to reach the shops this week.

Chocolate, the treat we can"t do without: Sales stay at same level despite recession

Chocolate, the treat we can't do without: Sales stay at same level despite recessionMarket research firm Mintel believes that low cost treats will help fuel consumer spendingChocolate is recession proof because we turn to it as a treat By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 23:41 GMT, 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:47 GMT, 15 January 2013 We may be cutting back in all sorts of ways to survive the economic downturn but it seems there is one thing we can’t do without – chocolate.

The ridiculous products for the people who simply cannot be bothered

From the slippers that mop the floor to the fake abs cage: The ridiculous products for the people who simply cannot be bothered.Ever wondered just how much energy you could save in a day if you didn”t have to stir your cup of tea or pull up your socks in the morning

Only third of us pay any attention to the strength of the alcohol we drink at home

Only third of us pay any attention to the strength of the alcohol we drink at home | UPDATED: 00:28 GMT, 20 July 2012 Do you check the strength of your beer before you drink it Most of us don't The next time you pour yourself a glass of something for the evening, you might want to check how strong it really is.

Property developer spends 11,000£ turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing market

Property developer spends 11,000 turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing marketDaniel Bond spent four grueling months turning the neglected vehicle into a two bedroom homeThe couple were unable to afford a deposit and found it almost impossible to get a mortgage because he is a self employed electricianIt is kitted out with a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, kitchen, TV lounge, bar, toilet and bathroomThe kitchen even has a hob, cooker, fridge and sink with running waterDaniel hopes to have his bus driver’s licence so that he and Stacey can take a trip to Cornwall where he grew up | UPDATED: 07:05 GMT, 29 June 2012 A cash strapped property hunter has turned his back on the housing market by making his family home out of a double-decker BUS.

Diabetes drug commonly prescribed in Britain "doubles the risk of bladder cancer"

Diabetes drug commonly prescribed in Britain 'doubles the risk of bladder cancer'Patients who take pioglitazone, a drug for type 2 diabetes, every day for more than two years are twice as likely to develop bladder cancer, researchers claim | UPDATED: 11:07 GMT, 1 June 2012 A diabetes drug commonly prescribed in Britain can double the risk of bladder cancer, according to researchers.

An organ is sold every hour, WHO warns: Brutal black market on the rise again thanks to diseases of affluence

An organ is sold every hour, WHO warns: Brutal black market on the rise again thanks to diseases of affluence | UPDATED: 08:07 GMT, 28 May 2012 Desperate: An Indian woman shows the scar from where she sold her kidney in a black market transplant op An organ is sold once an hour, the World Health Organisation has warned, amid fears that the illegal trade is again on the rise.

Can you trust 70 specs from the supermarket? As Asda and Tesco take on the opticians, an eye expert examines if cut-price glasses are a prescription…

Can you trust 70 specs from the supermarket As Asda and Tesco take on the opticians, an eye expert examines if cut-price glasses are a prescription for trouble | UPDATED: 23:15 GMT, 23 April 2012 Twenty years ago, it was pretty much impossible to buy a pair of prescription glasses for less than a few hundred pounds.