A third of gym goers don't even break a sweat (as they're too busy ogling totty and sitting in the spa) Half complete a serious fitness routine, while the rest spend their time chatting or ogling the opposite sexOne in 10 are too embarrassed to get sweatyA quarter spend more time in the sauna or hot tub than on exercise machines By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 11:26 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:02 GMT, 25 February 2013 One in 10 go to the gym to meet potential partners so are keen to look their best One in three gym goers don't even break a sweat during their workout, a survey has revealed.
Is that the Hound of the Baskervilles you”re reading The pets who like nothing more than taking time out with a good book. We”ve all heard of a book worm – but what about a book dog, book cat, or even a book tortoise These adorable pictures of household pets with their noses apparently buried in books are creating a stir online.
Children from poor families are more likely to eat junk food, claim researchers PUBLISHED: 15:52 GMT, 23 August 2012 | UPDATED: 15:52 GMT, 23 August 2012 Young children from poor families are more likely to consume junk food and fizzy drinks than their better off counterparts, it was claimed today.
Couch potato children 'up to nine times more likely to be clumsy than other youngsters' | UPDATED: 04:05 GMT, 15 August 2012 Children who spend hours watching TV or playing on a computer are more clumsy than other youngsters, a study claims.
Ten-minute Alzheimer's test to spot disease in earliest stages before brain is badly damaged | UPDATED: 23:05 GMT, 21 May 2012 A ten-minute memory test that picks up Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in their earliest stages is available for use in GPs’ surgeries from today.
The happy and healthy toddler whose life was saved by world-first lung surgery while she was still in her mother's WOMB PUBLISHED: 11:03 GMT, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 19:07 GMT, 14 March 2012 A baby’s life was saved by pioneering surgery after doctors carried out an operation on her lungs while she was still in her mother’s womb.
How 'Beckham tape' can help you beat headaches: More than 10 million of us suffer from the pain The adhesive support positioned on Eloise's neck Could something as simple as stretchy tape, applied to the back of the neck, really be an effective treatment for severe headaches According to the 2,000 or so British osteopaths advocating the technique, known as Kinesio taping, the answer is a resounding yes.
Don’t sleep on it, you’ll just feel worse! Shut-eye can preserve painful memories!