Why you should exercise BEFORE breakfast – you"ll burn 20 per cent more body fat

Why you should exercise BEFORE breakfast – you'll burn 20 per cent more body fat Those who exercised before breakfast also burned 20% more fat than those who worked out afterwardsEarly morning exercisers did not consume additional calories during the day compared to their peers By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 12:04 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:15 GMT, 24 January 2013 Rise and shine! Getting out before breakfast will help you burn more fat during a workout Early risers who exercise on an empty stomach before breakfast can burn up to 20 per cent more body fat, according to new research.

Craig White: Student, 21, who died after suffering crippling headaches had TUBERCULOSIS

Student, 21, who died after suffering crippling headaches for weeks had TUBERCULOSIS Craig White suffered from headaches and nausea but assumed it was linked to his medication for Crohn's disease, according to familyHis condition deteriorated on Dec 5 and he died a week later in hospitalHe tweeted 'Head feels like it's going to explode!' just weeks earlier | UPDATED: 20:05 GMT, 21 December 2012 A journalism student who suffered crippling headaches and nausea for a month died from a rare form of tuberculosis, public health officials announced today.

Just one soft drink a day raises men"s risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 40 per cent

Just one soft drink a day raises men's risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 40 per centThose who drank one 330ml can a day were much more likely to require treatment for a serious form of cancer Men who ate a diet heavy in pasta, rice, and sugary cereal had increased chance of milder form of disease | UPDATED: 12:00 GMT, 27 November 2012 A study has found it could take just one soft drink a day to increase the risk of prostate cancer by 40 per cent Men who drink fizzy drinks are not just ruining their teeth and waistlines – they could be at risk of aggressive prostate cancer as well.

"Vegetarians have a better sex life": Eating tofu can boost you in the bedroom, new study claims

'Vegetarians have a better sex life': Eating tofu can boost you in the bedroom, new study claimsConsuming lots of soy, which is rich in the 'sex hormone', heightens sexual activityThe study on monkeys found the diet could lead people to spend more time having sex, and less time grooming <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 12:57 GMT, 23 November 2012 </p> <br> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/23/article-2237258-162CBC10000005DC-729_306x448.jpg" width="306" height="448" alt="A new study has found that people who eat a lot of tofu and other plant-based foods might enjoy a better sex life than meat-eaters" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">A new study has found that people who eat a lot of tofu and other plant-based foods might enjoy a better sex life than meat-eaters</p> <p>They are often considered a more spindly counterpart to their meat-eating friends.

"Doctors don"t always know best:" Student claims he cured debilitating bowel disease by taking up smoking

'Doctors don't always know best:' Student claims he cured debilitating bowel disease by taking up smoking Stephen Pendry, 23, struggled with crippling pain, tiredness, shortness of breath and dehydration since he was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis four years agoBut he is now completely symptom-free, thanks to a new four-a-day cigarette habitDoctors are divided over benefits of patients smoking to combat symptoms – some believe nicotine is the healer so patches, and not cigarettes, are way forward | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 11 September 2012 A medical student claims to have cured himself of a debilitating disease by taking up smoking.

Hunter Spanjer: Nebraska school tells deaf student, 3, to use a new hand sign for his name as it looks like a gun

School tells 3-year-old deaf student named Hunter to use a new hand sign for his name as it looks like a gun .2 A school district has demanded a three-year-old deaf student named Hunter use a different hand sign for his name as the current gesture resembles a gun, his parents have claimed.

Nicholas McCarthy: One-handed pianist graduates the Royal College of Music making history

Music student, 23, becomes the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the Royal College of Music in its 130-year history Nicholas McCarthy was born without his right handHe graduated from the Royal College of Music today, the college's first one-hand pianist He is also part of The British Paraorchestra who performed to welcome Paralympic athletes to LondonHe plays music written for left-hand only | UPDATED: 21:46 GMT, 28 August 2012 A music student, who was born without his right hand, has made history by becoming the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the 130-year-old Royal College of Music.

One-handed pianist graduates the Royal College of Music making history

Music student, 23, becomes the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the Royal College of Music in its 130-year history Nicholas McCarthy was born without his right handHe graduated from the Royal College of Music today, the college's first one-hand pianist He is also part of The British Paraorchestra who performed to welcome Paralympic athletes to LondonHe plays music written for left-hand only | UPDATED: 20:31 GMT, 28 August 2012 A music student, who was born without his right hand, has made history by becoming the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the 130-year-old Royal College of Music.

Becky Bellworthy, 20, becomes youngest British woman to conquer Everest

Medical student, 20, becomes youngest British woman to conquer Everest despite suffering a stroke on her first attempt Becky Bellworthy had to be carried 4,000 feet down the mountain by a sherpa after being left paralysed just 9,000 feet from the summitAfter months spent recovering and despite warnings from doctors not to attempt it again, she did and reached the summit | UPDATED: 14:38 GMT, 28 August 2012 A medical student has become the youngest British woman to conquer Everest despite suffering a life-threatening stroke on her first attempt – at 20,000 feet.