Women are "better off without their bras" (say scientists who took FIFTEEN YEARS to inspect women"s breasts)

Could wearing a bra be doing your figure more harm than good Controversial study says underwear 'is not needed' Study found wearing a bra could be sending women's busts southwardsResearchers claimed that bras are little more than a 'false necessity' They also said wearing the underwear did little to relieve back pain By Sophie Borland, Larisa Brown and Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 05:04 GMT, 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 11 April 2013 Trudging into a fitting room, waiting to be measured, getting hot and bothered as you struggle into ten different styles to find one that fits properly … Bra shopping often feels like more trouble than it’s worth.

R UV Ugly? Cancer charity puts ultraviolet skin scanner in shopping centres to warn of the damage caused by sunbeds

R UV Ugly Cancer charity puts ultraviolet skin scanner in shopping centres to warn of the damage caused by sunbeds Machine will be used to show shoppers the ageing effects and hidden damage caused by using sunbedsMalignant melanoma rates have more than tripled among people aged between 15 and 34 in the last three decades | UPDATED: 01:05 GMT, 10 October 2012 An ultraviolet skin scanner which highlights the risks of sunbed use is to visit shopping centres as part of a new campaign.

Meet 6ft 5in teen Emma Cahill, whose size 14 feet wouldn’t even fit Peter Crouch’s boots

“I love shoes but can”t find any that fit”: Meet 6ft 5in teen Emma, whose size FOURTEEN feet are too big for Peter Crouch”s bootsEmma Cahill, 19, has one of biggest pairs of feet of any woman in EuropeOxford Brookes student from Worcester finds it “impossible” to find shoesOwns one pair of heels from US, which she repaints three times each year. Like any girl of her age, Emma Cahill loves to wear heels.