'Vivacious' schoolgirl, 16, died in her sleep just days before scoring ten As at GCSE Alex Reid died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition Popular schoolgirl was a keen skier, swimmer and netball player Parents found her unresponsive in bed and she could not be revivedThey later learned she had gained six A* and four A grades at GCSE By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:34 GMT, 9 February 2013 Active: Schoolgirl Alex Reid had been a keen skier, netballer and swimmer before she died of an undiagnosed heart condition A super-fit teenager died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition just days before her parents learned she had gained six A* grades and four As in her GCSEs.
Moob operations up 38% 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: 15:12 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 38 per cent in the last year, new statistics show.
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Olympic star Jessica Ennis: 'Girls are put off becoming athletes because they worry about being too muscly'The heptathlete admitted she too was concerned about weight training and had to be reassured by her coach She tells girls 'sport and being strong is good' | UPDATED: 07:40 GMT, 27 November 2012 Olympic heroine Jessica Ennis believes young girls are being put off sport because will end up being too muscular.
Muscly boys aren't just a hit with the girls – they live longer, too Researchers tracked more than one million Swedish male adolescents over 24 yearsThey found stronger boys lived longer, even if they became overweight adultsPhysically weaker people might be more mentally vulnerable, it was suggested<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 11:05 GMT, 21 November 2012 </p> <br><p>After a summer witnessing crowds of screaming girls jostling to catch a glimpse of Olympic diver Tod Daley's toned torso, there can't have been many young men who didn't feel a twinge of jealousy.
'Anyone know what this is' Olympic gold triathlete Brownlee has emergency op to remove appendix… and posts picture on Twitter! Alistair had been traveling down to Heathrow when he began to experience stomach painHis father, who is a doctor, sent him straight to A&E where he was diagnosed with appendicitisHe promptly had surgery at Leeds General Infirmary and is now taking a holiday to recover | UPDATED: 11:29 GMT, 4 October 2012 Triathlete Alistair Brownlee Just two months ago, Olympic athlete Alistair Brownlee was receiving a rapturous applause after he won a gold medal in the triathlon in front of a home crowd.
A knee injury looked as if it might end his Navy job.
Cold sweats Soaring blood pressure You must be tangling with the GP's receptionist | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 30 August 2012 GPs' receptionists: They are frequently jobsworths – or worse, gorgons (posed by model) There are many organisations I dread phoning.
Could a protein milkshake hold back the ageing process | UPDATED: 00:43 GMT, 28 August 2012 Whey protein is high in essential fatty acids and branch chain amino acids A watery by-product of cheese-making might seem the most unlikely health tonic.
An aquatic ballet of horror. Is it just the nose plugs that make them so freakishly funny All of these are from Olympic competition.