Could Facebook help predict obesity hotspots Areas where people 'like' TV more than sport are less healthy People with television-related Facebook 'interests' more likely to be obeseThose related to a healthy lifestyle are less likely to have weight issues People's online ‘interests’ could help predict and map obesity rates by area By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 13:27 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:27 GMT, 25 April 2013 Facebook could be a key tool in mapping which geographical areas have the most overweight and obese people.
My greatest victory wasn't The X Factor.
The £1.2million motorhome with a state-of-the-art kitchen, luxury entertainment system… and storage for a supercar. Luxury bus boasts special “garage” so owner can store supercar for use on tripsBuyers can choose the state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings they want to customise their vehiclePrices for the bus start at around £750,000 and rise to about £1.2 millionOrders have been received from wealthy buyers around the world
The pocket sized puppy pal: Mini, Britain”s smallest dog opens her eyes for the first time as she is dwarfed by sheepdog The tiny puppy is three and half weeks old but has only just opened her eyesWas born weighing 1.3 ounces – little more than a hen”s egg – a third of the size of other puppies her type Although other dogs like her can grow to 15 pounds when grown, vets say she will only reach 1.5 pounds
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT.Captured on camera: Kourtney Kardashian gives birth to baby Penelope by pulling her out with her hands…
Teenager uses fake ID with picture of cartoon character to buy alcohol at SIX different shopsID shows Bobby King from King of the Hill Card”s date of birth showed teenager was just 1713 shops sold alcohol without asking or accepted ID . The face may look familiar to viewers of the Channel 4 television show, King of the Hill.
The boy who can't sweat: Parents have to keep their son, 3, cool at all times otherwise he could die from overheating Fred James suffers from a rare genetic condition which means he can't sweatHis parents have to ensure their son keeps cool by using fans, water sprays and ice packs | UPDATED: 11:31 GMT, 30 July 2012 Rare: Little Fred James suffers from a genetic condition which means he can't sweat, making hot summer days dangerous for him When the weather is nice and hot, children like nothing more than running around outside with their friends.
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O2 hit by nationwide network failure that has left “millions of users” unable to make calls or text Company uncertain as to what is causing the problem or when it will be fixedNetwork has about 23 million UK customers, but claims not all are affectedBBC newsreader Huw Edwards criticises service on Twitter
Cuts could be forcing doctors to operate with outdated equipment Only one in six keyhole surgery theatres meet highest standards for equipment safety | UPDATED: 16:21 GMT, 9 July 2012 Financial constraints on the NHS could lead to doctors operating on patients with outdated equipment, surgeons have warned.