Taking vitamin C DOES reduce the risk of a cold – but only if you exercise

Taking vitamin C DOES reduce the risk of a cold – but only if you exercise Vitamin makes no difference to couch potatoesBut in those who work out, it can HALVE the risk of a cold and help speed up recovery, say Finnish expertsChildren are more responsive to the vitamin than adults By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:06 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:10 GMT, 14 February 2013 Taking vitamin C to ward off a cold only helps if you exercise regularly, new research suggests.

It"s not just the number of sperm a man has that matters – they need to be the same length too

It's not just the number of sperm that matters – they need to be the same LENGTH, too Experts compared semen samples from more than 100 men who had fertility problems They found that consistent tail-length trumped average length when it came to strong-swimming sperm | UPDATED: 17:02 GMT, 17 December 2012 Men have a better chance of having children if they have semen teeming with strong-swimmers.

The best photobomb ever? Bikini-clad women shriek in terror as they are pounced on by a STINGRAY

The best photobomb ever Bikini-clad women shriek in terror as they are pounced on by a STINGRAYAmusing photo is the latest image togo viral in the popular trend, in which posed photosare rudely interrupted by an uninvited guest

Woman, 21, may never speak again after losing her voice in February because of severe laryngitis

Woman, 21, may never speak again after losing her voice in February because of severe laryngitis Alice has had to give up her job as a lifeguard as she cannot communicate with swimmersShe cannot receive disability benefits until she has had no voice for a year | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 3 September 2012 Alice Mitchell, 21, shows the sign language symbol for the voice.