Sweet! Just in time for Easter, scientists find chocolate cuts risk of stroke By Simon Murphy PUBLISHED: 22:28 GMT, 23 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 23 March 2013 Just in time for Easter, it's the news chocolate lovers have dreamt of – official confirmation that their favourite guilty pleasure can be good for you.
Moob operations up 28% in a year as men are spurred on by buff bodies of Olympic athletes Excessive development of male breasts is thought to affect 40%of menNumber of man boob operations has doubled in the last five yearsCondition can be triggered by obesity, hormone problems and medication By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:01 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:33 GMT, 7 January 2013 Ricky Gervais is one high-profile sufferer of moobs The number of men going under the knife to get rid of their so-called man boobs has increased by 28 per cent in the last year, new statistics show.
Schoolboy nearly died after swallowing magnetic tongue studs designed to look like a piercing Magnets are designed to sit on either side of the tongue to hold stud in place Michael Delaney needed surgery after accidentally swallowing them Magnets ripped through his intestines and acid damaged his bowelTeenager was four hours from death when he had life-saving surgery | UPDATED: 09:15 GMT, 11 December 2012 Michael Delaney was forced to undergo major surgery after swallowing his magnetic tongue studs A fashion craze almost cost a teenage boy his life after he swallowed the magnetic tongue studs he was wearing.
The Curious Case of the Clark brothers: The grown men turning back to children before their mother's eyesBrothers Michael, 42, and Matthew Clark, 39, from Hull, have been diagnosed with leukodystrophyThe condition has turned them into young boys, trapped in adult bodies | UPDATED: 13:29 GMT, 26 November 2012 Like Christine and Anthony Clark, dealing with children's petty squabbles, tantrums and bad sleeping patterns is a daily battle familiar to most young parents.
Breast cancers found to fall into four main groups, raising hope for more targeted treatments 'Giant step closer' to understanding genetic origins of four subtypes of breast cancer, says expert Research that mapped 800 breast tumours could lead to more targeted drugs | UPDATED: 14:51 GMT, 24 September 2012 Breast cancer falls into four genetically distinct groups, according to the most comprehensive analysis of the disease so far.
Breast cancer treatments that target genetic weaknesses of disease a 'giant step closer' One of the most deadly subtypes of breast cancer found to be more similar to ovarian cancerResearch can reveal cancer's genetic weaknesses leading to more targeted drugs | UPDATED: 12:48 GMT, 24 September 2012 More targeted breast cancer treatments are a 'giant step closer' according to scientists, after a study revealed new genetic insights into the disease.
A diet of dunking: Mother with rare stomach condition forced to live solely on tea and biscuits Suzanne Kettle, 28, suffers from gastroparesis, a rare condition that prevents her stomach from contracting to digest food | UPDATED: 12:44 GMT, 13 September 2012 For many people it might sound like the dream diet.
Brother and sister must wear hat and gloves in summer as sunlight causes skin to swell Children go out in summer with UV protective umbrellas | UPDATED: 16:48 GMT, 30 July 2012 Sarah, 7, and Mathew, 5, must both take extreme care in summer A brother and sister can't venture out into the summer sun without wearing a heavy coat, gloves and hat, due to an incurable skin condition.
How to get a torso like Matthew McConaughey: Secrets of an A-list body | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 10 July 2012 We reveal how to get the enviable physiques of the stars.
Soya and egg yolk, the ingredients for motherhood: Woman who had FIVE cycles of IVF finally has twins after being put on special diet The rich fatty solution was found to boost IVF success rates by six times in a recent study | UPDATED: 23:41 GMT, 17 May 2012 After four exhausting and expensive attempts at IVF failed, Sara and Matthew Conyers feared they were never going to have a family of their own.