Live fast, die younger: Actors, singers and sportsman "die seven and a half years before other high achievers"

Live fast, die younger: Actors, singers and sportsman 'die seven and a half years before other high achievers'Analysis of successful people found those in the public eye died youngerElvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and more did not realise their potential Young people considering chasing fame 'may face early death' By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 00:16 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:31 GMT, 18 April 2013 Stars such as Kurt Cobain, formerly of hit grunge band Nirvana, are more likely to die young, according to new research Fame really does have a price, research shows.

How stress can shut down the command centre in the brain

Blanking out: How stress can shut down the command centre in the brain | UPDATED: 14:32 GMT, 10 April 2012 We've all had those terrible moments, whether just before making a wedding speech or delivering a presentation at work, when our minds have gone completely blank.

Doctors warned to stop telling patients they have cancer over the phone after raft of complaints

How could they Doctors found to be telling patients they have cancer over the phone A patient may not have friends and family there with them if you give a diagnosis by phone, says cancer charity spokesman Doctors have been warned about telling patients the distressing news they have cancer over the phone.