Wedge wellies make fashion splash: Queen"s royal boot maker Hunter release pair and Darcey Bussell wears

Mud, Ma'am Wedge wellies make a fashion splash and get Royal seal of approval from Queen's boot-maker (and ballet royalty, too) Royal warrant-holding boot-maker Hunter sells wedged and heeled welliesDarcey Bussell, Nancy Dell-Ollio, Tulisa and Katy Price love wedge wellies | UPDATED: 13:05 GMT, 23 November 2012 Despite being ridiculed when they first appeared, wedged wellingtons have quickly become must-have footwear.

Organic no better than produce grown with pesticides, say Stanford University scientists

Expensive organic food isn't healthier and no safer than produce grown with pesticides, finds biggest study of its kindStanford University team find no evidence of added health benefitsAlso found customers aren't always getting pesticide free produce when they buy organic | UPDATED: 22:45 GMT, 3 September 2012 It comes at a premium price, but it seems organic food may not be worth shelling out for.

“Facelift in a bottle”: Woman’s bizarre contraption “wipes 10 years off your age” by stretching your face from ear to ear

“Facelift in a bottle”: Woman”s bizarre contraption “wipes 10 years off your age” by stretching your face from ear to ear . It”s being billed as a “facelift in a bottle” but the latest way to zap sagging or drooping skin looks more like a bungee rope than a wrinkle cream.