Tulisa and Gary Barlow prove they"ve got the Xmas card factor with fun festive designs for charity

Tulisa and Gary Barlow prove they've got the Xmas card factor with fun festive designs for charity X Factor judges as well at The Saturdays, Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones have sketched designs for charity Part of Hallmark and Daybreak's 'Text Santa' campaign Pack of six is 1.99 | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 23 November 2012 They are better known for sitting on the X Factor panel and judging hopeful popstars on their vocal abilities.

Missing just two hours of sleep can erase memories for ever

Yet ANOTHER reason why sleep is so vital – missing even two hours a night can erase memories for ever Just two hours of missed sleep is enough to stop the brain from laying down and storing memoriesReplay of our memories while we are asleep is essential for their proper storage in the brain | UPDATED: 17:16 GMT, 16 October 2012 If you sleep badly tonight, you may have no recollection of reading this tomorrow.

Sarah Thomson: Mother, 32, wakes from a coma believing it is 1998 and she"s still a teenager

Mother of three, 32, wakes from a coma thinking it's 1998 and she's still only a teenagerSarah Thomson had no memory of her husband or three childrenBelieved the Spice Girls were in the charts and Michael Jackson was aliveShe has now fallen back in love with her husband | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 26 September 2012 Quite a few 30-somethings have wished they could turn back the clock and be a teenager again.

Metal implant to fix a worn-out jaw joint: The breakthrough to give you your bite back

Metal implant to fix a worn-out jaw joint: The breakthrough to give you your bite back | UPDATED: 02:23 GMT, 25 September 2012 It’s not only knee and hip joints that surgeons can replace — music teacher Lauren Reed, 33, from Walthamstow, East London, had a pioneering procedure to give her a replacement jaw THE PATIENT 'My jaw would pop out of its socket several times a day,' said Lauren Reed From my earliest memories, my jaw has been a real problem.

Babies born naturally "have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean section"

Babies born naturally 'have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean section' | UPDATED: 21:00 GMT, 8 August 2012 Scientists claim that babies born naturally have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean Babies born naturally may have higher IQs than those delivered by caesarean section, new research claims.

Parents of brain tumour boy bring forward wedding after being told of survival no-hope

Parents of toddler with brain tumour bring forward wedding after being told he has just months to live Young Riley first fell ill at Christmas and was diagnosed with a brain tumour in AprilInitially doctors say boy had a virus but tumour discovered after parents went back a few weeks later | UPDATED: 12:59 GMT, 24 July 2012 Gavin Plant and Lindsay Carrington have brought forward their wedding to that their son Riley can take part The parents of an 18-month-old who has an untreatable brain tumour have brought their wedding forward four months so their little boy can be a page boy before he dies.

Boy with inoperable brain tumour uses automatic camera to act as his "memory"

Boy with inoperable brain tumour uses automatic camera to act as his 'memory' SenseCam is hung around Jacob's neck and takes around 2,000 pictures a dayHe can then flick through them to trigger memories | UPDATED: 11:52 GMT, 27 June 2012 A boy with an inoperable brain tumour is using a special camera to help him remember what he's been up to each day.

Parents of girl, 2, battling terminal brain disease create list of 100 things to do before she dies

'We don't have time to waste': Parents create 'bucket list' of dreams for daughter, 2, as she battles terminal brain disease | UPDATED: 10:24 GMT, 22 May 2012 Holding baby Olivia for the first time, proud mum Claire Penney looked forward to watching the tiny tot grow up.

Donkey rides to maypoles – how archive films are helping revive memories in people with dementia

From donkey rides to maypoles: Archive films help to revive memories in dementia patients Experts say reminiscence therapy 'renews a person's sense of identity' | UPDATED: 15:04 GMT, 17 May 2012 Old films are being used to help people with dementia recover some of their forgotten past.