Excess exercise "hurts the heart" and cause dangerous long-term harm, say scientists

Excess exercise 'hurts the heart' and cause dangerous long-term harm, say scientists | UPDATED: 04:39 GMT, 4 June 2012 Extreme exercise such as marathons may permanently damage the heart and trigger rhythm abnormalities, warn researchers.

Are you suffering from "social jetlag? Rising levels of sleep deprivation blamed on mismatch between body clock and reality of our daily lives

Snoozing at your desk Piling on the pounds You may have social jetlag People's health suffering because of discrepancy between 'what the body tells and what boss tells us'Could be key factor behind obesity epidemic and bad habits like smoking and drinking | UPDATED: 00:47 GMT, 11 May 2012 Clocking off: Pressure of work means we are ignoring our natural rhythms and causing our health damage, say experts Our hectic lifestyles and demanding jobs have left many of us battling ‘social jetlag’, researchers say.

Beyonce enjoys some alone time with Jay-Z in St Barts and slips into a bathing suit

Hot mamas Run The World! Beyonc shows off her post-baby curves as she hits the beach in St Barts with Jay-Z