Men ARE more romantic: 48% fall in love at first sight compared with 28% of women Around 10,000 people took part in online survey about love and relationships in the 21st century While romantic, men are more unfaithful gender, with 33% admitting to having had sex outside a relationship By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 14:21 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:21 GMT, 22 April 2013 They may forget anniversaries and buy last minute Valentine’s gifts from petrol stations, but men are, apparently, more romantic than women.
Want to slim down Living at a higher altitude can help (and it's nothing to do with climbing) Obesity risk dropped with every 660ft rise in altitudeChanges in elevation may affect appetite hormones, growth and how many calories the body burned By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 16:04 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 13 February 2013 Enlarge Man celebrates on the mountain If you're packing quite a paunch there may be a novel solution to losing a few pounds – simply live at a higher altitude.
Rise of the FBIs (that's fat, bald and impotent men): Three-in-one sales of treatments soar as embarrassed blokes flock online Online chemist says men are increasingly buying treatments for all three ailments in one order, with sales up 40 per cent on the previous yearBiggest demand was in London and South East, followed by the MidlandsExperts say stress could be to blame for all three conditionsBut privacy of buying online is also thought to have fuelled demand sales figures by Chemist Direct found there was a 40 per cent rise in such orders from customers across the UK, compared to the previous year.
Is SALT making children fat Youngsters left parched by crisps and chips are quenching their thirst with sugary drinks Two thirds of children consumed sugar sweetened drink in the studyIn this group the more salt they consumed the more sugary beverages they drankThe children who consumed more than one sugary drink per day were 34% more likely to be overweight | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 11 December 2012 Sweetened: Those who consumed high amounts of salt were also the most likely to reach for sugary drinks Salty snacks could be fueling childhood obesity as they encourage youngsters to guzzle sweetened drinks to quench their thirst, say researchers.
Forget tennis elbow, we're all suffering from 'office knee' – and desk jobs and obesity are to blame <br>Almost a quarter of workers aged 16 to 65 surveyed said they have been living with pain for up to two years Obesity, the rise of the internet and desk based jobs have been blamed for the latest in a line of joint ailments <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 15:23 GMT, 20 November 2012 </p> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/20/article-2235771-1621DD02000005DC-975_306x423.jpg" width="306" height="423" alt="More than a quarter of UK workers are suffering from painful knee joints, a new survey has revealed" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">More than a quarter of UK workers are suffering from painful knee joints, a new survey has revealed</p> <p>More than a quarter of UK workers are suffering from painful knee joints, it has been revealed.</p><p>And surgeons and physiotherapists say that rising levels of obesity and desk-based jobs across all age groups are to blame.
We knew it all along: British men have bigger penises than the French according to new surve.Controversial: Richard Lynn, professor of psychology at Ulster University, whose research has been criticised as lacking methodology British men typically have bigger penises than their French neighbours – but are less well endowed than the Germans, new research has claimed.
British workers 'are the most depressed in Europe' European survey found 26% of British workers diagnosed with depressionBritons and Germans took the most time off as a result – 41 days on average | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 1 October 2012 British workers are the most likely to be diagnosed with depression in Europe, a survey has found.
Exercising at home is a 2bn accident waiting to happen: Insurers warn Britons to not get carried away in post-Olympics boom | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 14 September 2012 Keep-fit fanatics who work out at home caused damage to the tune of 2.1billion to their property and themselves last year.
The great class health divide is widening as better-off shun bad habits, reveals thinktank | UPDATED: 13:00 GMT, 23 August 2012 Smoking: People who are economically worse off are less likely to give up bad habits, according to research People who are economically better-off are increasingly shunning unhealthy habits such as smoking and binge drinking, new research has revealed.
Pearly whites: Perfect smiles start with protecting your child's milk teeth | UPDATED: 21:14 GMT, 30 June 2012 Setting up a good routine for dental hygiene early on should put children on the right path for caring for their teeth as they grow up, as well as creating a healthy environment for their adult teeth to grow in to.