Never mind tans – it's kiwis that make your skin glowThree daily portions of fruit can improve your skintoneGet 2.9 portions to give you a healthy glow 3.3 portions will make you more attractive By Mail On Sunday Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 16 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 16 February 2013 Is it possible to glow with health If new research is to be believed, the answer is yes.
Toddler swallows 42 FRIDGE MAGNETS after mother leaves him in the kitchen for just a few minutesMother left 16-month-old son by family fridge for matter of minutesRushed him to doctors for scan after realising all fridge magnets had gone X-ray revealed boy had swallowed dozens and he had emergency surgeryHe is now recovering as doctors warn parents to watch young children By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 11:04 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:10 GMT, 14 February 2013 Parents of toddlers know that their curious young ones will put almost anything in their mouths as they explore the world.
Have a happy marriage It may be wreaking havoc with your waistline Study found the happier you are in your marriage the more likely you are to pile on the poundsScientists think those unhappy in marriage may keep weight down as they want to attract a new partner PUBLISHED: 13:27 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:27 GMT, 30 January 2013 All wedded couples hope for marital bliss but it does come at a heavy price, researchers say.
UK blood supplies dangerously low after early norovirus outbreak keeps donors away Stocks of O Negative blood – which can be given to people of different blood groups – are in low supplyNon-attendance by donors increased by 50 per cent just before New Year due to winter vomiting bug By Emily Payne PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 3 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 3 January 2013 The NHS has made an urgent appeal for O Negative blood donors after the early norovirus outbreak and the festive period caused a drop in donations.
Does the menopause really make you forgetful Yes, but only for the first year Memory loss is worse in the year after the last periodBut is likely to only be temporary, say experts Symptoms such as changing hormone levels, sleep problems and anxiety are not linked to cognitive decline PUBLISHED: 16:16 GMT, 3 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:18 GMT, 3 January 2013 Memory loss: Experts say that forgetfulness is most common in the year after a woman's last period If you blame losing your house keys on the menopause making you forgetful, you might be onto something.
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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.
High blood pressure during pregnancy can cause lifelong effect on child's IQ OAPs born to high blood pressure mothers scored lower on cognitive testsResearcher: 'Decline in thinking abilities in old age could have originated in the womb' | UPDATED: 20:38 GMT, 3 October 2012 Being born to a mother with high blood pressure may leave you with a lower IQ, a new study warns (posed by model) Being born to a mother who had high blood pressure during pregnancy can have a lifelong effect on your intelligence, new research suggests.
Talk about a double-header! Amazing photograph shows peculiar pelican with TWO HEADS in flight. Two heads are always better than one, the saying goes, although one feathered fowl may disagree.
Horrifying video shows teacher join class “bullying” of 13-year-old by throwing him to the floor and ordeal has left young boy suicidalTeenager in Gig Harbor, Washington, was grabbed by his fellow eighth-graders, held up by his hands and legs and swung while he let out a high pitch screamHis teacher, John Rosi, poked him while being held and then engaged in a wrestling match which ended with the boy on the floorThe boy became withdrawn and told his parents he felt suicidal after the incident