Is an Australian billionaire about to launch the real-life Jurassic Park?

Is an Australian billionaire about to launch the real-life Jurassic ParkClive Palmer has already revealed plans to rebuild the TitanicRumoured to be in discussion with Dolly the sheep team for new resort attraction where cloned dinosaurs could roam free.

How 323lb woman overcame an overbearing mother, a drug addict dad and three skinny sisters to lose half her body weight

How 323lb woman overcame an overbearing mother, a drug addict dad and three skinny sisters to lose half her body weight. A woman who last year weighed 323lbs, has lost nearly half her body weight thanks to ABC”s Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition and her own incredible strength of character.

McDonald’s Photoshop video reveals why menu burgers never look like what you’re served

One McBurger with lies, please: Fast-food firm”s own video reveals why items on the menu never look like what you are served | UPDATED: 11:27 GMT, 21 June 2012 If you have ever ever queued for a McDonald’s burger drooling over the photos on the menu, you’ve probably wondered why your Big Mac never looks the same.

Fat-busting super diet pill could help beat obesity by preventing those hunger pangs

Fat-busting, super diet pill could help beat obesity by preventing those hunger pangsScientists in the US have found the secret to fighting the flab may lie in the brainA gut-shrinking drug that targets the receptor controlling hunger could be available within months | UPDATED: 19:12 GMT, 9 June 2012 Enlarge Fat-busting: Scientists believe a drug could be developed to tackle obesity by targeting hunger pangs in the brain A super diet pill aimed at curbing fat people's appetites could soon be a reality thanks to boffins who have found the secret to tackling obesity may lie in the brain.

Apprentice? I was more like Sugar’s skivvy: How reality TV show nearly wrecked Stella English’s life

Call it coincidence, call it irony, but the first thing that Stella English sees when she arrives at the hotel where we are to conduct our interview is a stack of magazines on the lobby table. On their covers loom the unmistakable features of Lord Sugar, publicising the latest series of The Apprentice.

‘Rude awakening’ for Mac users as cyber attack infects 550,000 of Apple’s ‘virus free’ machines – with UK and U.S. worst hit

“Rude awakening” for Mac users as cyber attack infects 550,000 of Apple”s “virus free” machines – with UK and U.S. worst hit. Trojan has compromised 550,000 machines, claims Russian security firmAttack is “rude awakening” for Mac usersCyber threat infects machines via any of four million infected web pages.

One in five women in the North East smoke while pregnant, shocking NHS figures reveal

One in five women in the North East continue smoking through pregnancy to birth of child, shocking NHS figures reveal Northern mothers three times more likely to be smokers than those in LondonNearly a third of women in Blackpool smoked through pregnancy Figures are 'alarming', says Royal College of Midwives The NHS study found a huge North/South divide when it came to women smoking while pregnant One in five pregnant women in the North East smokes right up to the time their babies are born, shocking figures have revealed.

Woman, 23, died of cervical cancer "because doctors said she was too young for a smear test"

Woman, 23, died of cervical cancer 'because doctors said she was too young for a smear test' Tragic death: Mercedes Curnow went to her GP aged 20 but her mother said her symptoms were 'ignored' until too late A 23-year-old died of cervical cancer because doctors said she was too young for a smear test, her devastated family have claimed. Mercedes Curnow, from Cornwall, first went to her GP at 20 years old but her mother says her symptoms were 'ignored' because of her age. After a year of doctors visits, Ms Curnow was taken to A&E by a family member and diagnosed with cervical cancer in April 2010.