More than 40% of children under 12 have watched pornography – and experts say it's turning teenagers into SEX ADDICTS The majority of sex addicts begin experiencing problems before the age of 16, says addiction expert 40% of those questioned had watched porn under the age of 12 Broken homes, single-sex schools and poor sex education also to blame | UPDATED: 19:41 GMT, 11 December 2012 Scroll down for video Easy access to online pornography and poor sex education are largely to blame for teenagers suffering from sex addiction, a leading expert has said.
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Here is a challenge: Make it all the way through this post without crying.
'I look so young I was asked for ID in Tesco when I bought beer': Under the microscope with Joanna Page | UPDATED: 23:23 GMT, 13 August 2012 The Gavin & Stacey actress, 34 on being positive, sleeping anywhere and her doubts about plastic surgery 'I'm an exceptionally cheery person, positive and laid back.
Buried alive! Back-street dog breeders are jailed for cruelty after newborn puppies are dumped in the ground RSPCA officers discovered the tiny animals fighting for life after being buried in the back garden of the home of James and Lorraine Perks in TamworthThe Jack Russell puppies were put down soon after due to their condition The animals were rescued along with 15 puppies and nine adult dogs At Burton Magistrates” Court, James Perks, 74, his wife Lorraine, 49, and Stephen Jenkins, 35, were all sentenced to 25 weeks in prison
Animals are capable of so much more compassion, love, bravery, and ingenuity than most people realize.
Why popular children are top of the class when it comes to exercise Each additional friend was linked to 10 minutes of extra activity at weekends | UPDATED: 10:21 GMT, 7 May 2012 Social butterflies at school are more physically active than their less popular classmates, according to a new study.
Doctors' warning after woman who injected bath salts loses arm, shoulder and breast to flesh-eating infection 'Healthy tissue was literally dying before the surgeons' eyes' ivory wave bath salts Doctors in the U.S are warning about the dangers of bath salts, after a 34-year-old woman caught a flesh-eating infection from injecting some into her arm at a party. The substance, which has been banned in the UK but is still legal in the U.S, caused the life-threatening condition necrotizing fasciitis to spread through her upper body within days.