Nipple tattooing: The rise of "Tittooing" for women desperate for perfect nipples

The rise of 'Tittooing': Women desperate for perfect nipples are having them TATTOOED onNot content with perfectly shaped breasts, women now want nipples tattooed to add colour and definitionProcedure was originally used for patients who'd had reconstructions after breast cancer surgery But medical experts warn that the procedure should only be carried out by a qualified medical tattooist By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:47 GMT, 19 April 2013 First there were tattooed brows for striking eyes and then came vajazzles for sparkling nether regions.

The rise of "Tittooing": Women desperate for perfect nipples are are having them TATTOOED on

The rise of 'Tittooing': Women desperate for perfect nipples are having them TATTOOED onNot content with perfectly shaped breasts, women now want nipples tattooed to add colour and definitionProcedure was originally used for patients who'd had reconstructions after breast cancer surgery But medical experts warn that the procedure should only be carried out by a qualified medical tattooist By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 18 April 2013 First there were tattooed brows for striking eyes and then came vajazzles for sparkling nether regions.

Chewing gum is GOOD for the brain and boost alertness by 10%

Chewing over a problem Chomping on gum is GOOD for the brain and can boost alertness by 10%Tests show that reaction times amongst chewers are fasterChomping away leads to improvements in blood flow to the brainReport will be good news for celebrity chewer Sir Alex Ferguson By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 15:15 GMT, 3 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:11 GMT, 4 February 2013 It’s a habit that divides opinion, but new scientific evidence reveals that chewing gum is actually good for the brain.

Doctors DO feel your pain – and feel better when treatment works

Doctors DO feel your pain, brain scans reveal – and they feel better when the treatment works Doctors had brain scans as they saw patients in apparent pain before treating themRevealed brain regions activated that commonly light up when experiencing pain and relief directlyEmpathetic doctors more likely to feel rewarded 195a.html” rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”> Molecular Psychiatry.

While Mary Berry and co take a break, the search is on for Britain"s best bakery

While Mary Berry and co take a break, the search is on for Britain's best bakery – and it's going to get heated! | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 23 November 2012 For those left with a gaping hole in their lives after John Whaite’s magnificent Heaven and Hell cake brought the curtain down on the latest series of The Great British Bake Off, there’s reason to rejoice.

The last cowboys: Stunning black and white images show a rugged and romantic piece of Americana as it clings on for survival

The last cowboys: Stunning black and white images show a rugged and romantic piece of Americana as it clings on for survival. Breath-taking photographs have captured America”s last cowboys, as the age-old profession, or art-form, all but dies out.

Discovery of DNA sections responsible for osteoarthritis raises hope of treatment for millions affected by crippling illness

Discovery of DNA sections responsible for osteoarthritis raises hope of treatment for millions affected by crippling illnessBreakthrough made by researchers at the University of NewcastleAround 8.5million Britons suffer from osteoarthritis | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 3 July 2012 A breakthrough by British scientists could lead to new treatments for the most common form of arthritis.

Is advertising to blame for obesity epidemic? The sight of fatty foods triggers hunger, claims study

Is advertising to blame for obesity epidemic The sight of fatty foods triggers hunger, claims study Simply viewing high calorie food images activated brain regions that control appetite and reward | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 26 June 2012 Viewing pictures of high calorie food also significantly increased ratings of hunger and desire for sweet and savoury foods A picture could be worth a thousand calories after a study revealed images of fatty food can trigger hunger pangs.

Freud was right: Depression IS linked to feelings of guilt

Freud was right: Depression IS linked to feelings of guilt MRI brain scans show depressed people respond more strongly to guiltFirst scan that confirms Freud's theories of depression | UPDATED: 06:31 GMT, 5 June 2012 MRI brain scans have proved Sigmund Freud right: guilt does play a key role in depression.