Overweight doctors and nurses 'should be given stomach stapling surgery because they are a bad example to patients'Fat NHS staff lose their credibility when giving health advice to patientsDoctors and nurses should be offered to have their stomachs stapled as well as dietary advice on the NHS | UPDATED: 07:48 GMT, 31 December 2012 Doctors and nurses who suffer from weight problems should be offered gastric surgery in order to retain credibility with patients on weight loss treatments, a report will say.
Ouch! Former-England footballer's hair transplant is broadcast live on the internet Surgery started at 10am and expected to finish by 4pmMichael Gray said he was conscious of how he looked due to working in the media | UPDATED: 13:08 GMT, 11 June 2012 Sports pundit and former England footballer Michael Gray is undergoing the first UK hair transplant to be streamed live on the internet.
Broken Britons: How average person suffers 9,672 ailments in a lifetime We suffer 11 headaches and six tummy bugs every year | UPDATED: 08:17 GMT, 23 May 2012 If you are a bit of a hypochondriac it's best to look away now – new research has revealed the average Briton suffers 9,672 ailments and injuries in their lifetime.
Adverts are to blame! Mouthwatering images of food 'fuelling Britain's obesity epidemic' Study on young men reveals their eyes are usually bigger than their stomachs Just looking at a picture of delicious food makes you hungry, experts have discovered. They also claim that the mouthwatering images may be part of the reason for Britain's growing obesity epidemic – and that people trying to lose weight should avoid looking at them. Researchers in Germany have revealed it only takes a picture of tempting food to cause a change in the level of hormones that control our appetite
We have created the ultimate hangover cure in a pill (just in time for Christmas), claim U.S scientistsFirst remedy of its kindCombination of aspirin and caffeine eradicates all symptoms in just 15 minutesDesigned by ex-financier with no pharmaceutical backgroundMore effective than other products on the market Alcohol-induced hangovers will be a thing of the past thanks to a new over-the-counter remedy say U.S. scientists. A single dose of Blowfish can eradicate all symptoms sparked by a night of heavy drinking, such as nausea, vomiting and fatigue, in just 15 minutes.