Could olive oil be the key to weight loss? Scientists discover even the SMELL of it can make us feel full

Could olive oil be the key to weight loss Scientists discover even the SMELL of it can make us feel fullOlive oil could aid weight loss by making people feel fuller for longer and by staving off hunger pangs During research, aroma extracts from the oil reduced the study group's calorie intake by nearly 200 a dayPeople who ate olive oil infused yoghurt had higher levels of the hormone serotonin in their blood By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 19:09 GMT, 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:45 GMT, 15 March 2013 Olive oil could aid weight loss by making you feel fuller for longer, according to a new study Olive oil could aid weight loss by making you feel fuller for longer, according to a new study.

GP drug blunders hit 40% of the elderly: Patients given unnecessary pills and wrong doses

GP drug blunders hit 40% of the elderly: Patients given unnecessary pills and wrong doses Patients even prescribed drugs to which they were allergic, in rare cases | UPDATED: 07:15 GMT, 2 May 2012 Hundreds of thousands of elderly patients are being wrongly prescribed drugs by their GPs, a study warns today.

New tattoo laser method removes body art in less than half the time

Ta ta tattoo! New laser method removes body art in less than half the time | UPDATED: 12:45 GMT, 19 April 2012 Countless people who get ill-advised tattoos when intoxicated by passion or drink face the problem of how to have them erased – and fast.

Britain"s first hand transplant to be performed in NHS hospital next year

Britain”s first hand transplant to be performed in NHS hospital next year Surgeons are to carry out Britain’s first hand transplant, giving hope to those who have suffered terrible injuries. It involves plastic surgeons carefully stitching on one from a donor, and a new NHS unit will be set up for the procedure. Professor Simon Kay, who is spearheading the facility at Leeds Teaching Hospital, said the first procedure would be carried out next year and five or six people had already come forward as potential recipients