Fat drivers are 80% more likely to die in a crash: Extra weight stops seat belts tightening properly By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:13 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:30 GMT, 22 January 2013 Obese drivers are more likely to die in car crashes than other motorists – with fat women most at risk, warn scientists.
Banned sports drug linked to Lance Armstrong may NOT improve performance, experts warn Dutch researchers found no evidence the drug, known as EPO, improves performance But did discover it may thicken the blood, increasing the risk of clots, stroke and heart attack 'No evidence of good experiments to check if EPO would improve performance in elite cyclists' | UPDATED: 11:48 GMT, 6 December 2012 Banned sports drug EPO – allegedly used by Lance Armstrong – may not enhance performance at all, experts say The banned sports drug allegedly used by cycling legend Lance Armstrong – may not enhance performance at all, experts say.
The oh, oh, Ohhh-lympics! As record 150,000 condoms are handed out to a host of super-attractive athletes, could London 2012 be the raunchiest games everAthletes will receive 15 condoms each for the 17-day festival”I”ve seen athletes having sex out in the open, getting down and dirty on grass between buildings,” says U.S.
Woman born with no arms becomes official Olympics masseuse…