Thought the novel was racy? Wait until you try the Fifty shapes of grey workout

Thought the novel was racy Wait until you try the Fifty SHAPES of Grey workoutFit in the City columnist Ruby Warrington tries a seductive workout By Ruby Warrington PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 26 January 2013 | UPDATED: 22:15 GMT, 26 January 2013 It was about a year ago when New York personal trainer Kristen James first noticed the whispers.

Oprah"s List of Favorite Things 2012: $238 for soap? Sales soar for luxury Lafco Soap Set

$238 for soap Sales soar for luxury must-have after Oprah includes it in her latest List of Favorite Things | UPDATED: 22:40 GMT, 23 November 2012 Midas Oprah Winfrey: Oprah's annual List of Favourite Things aired on November 18, and already sales of the products have skyrocketed Oprah Winfrey's hotly anticipated List of Favourite Things was released just five days ago on her OWN Network, and already it is having major effects on products she endorsed.

Benefits of statins are exaggerated and not the best way to prevent heart disease, study claims

Benefits of statins are exaggerated and not always the best way to prevent heart disease, study claims NHS spends 450million a year on cholesterol-lowering drugsMost are prescribed as a preventative measure for heart disease, however experts admit they find it difficult to predict who is at risk | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 9 August 2012 Cure-all Statins have had no effect on Britain's heart disease rate, study claims Statins, cholesterol-lowering drugs which are taken by seven million people in the UK, are not the best way to prevent heart disease, according to new research.

Kathleen Connell, 100, puts her quick wits down to Nintendo DS Lite

100 years young and still going strong… thanks to her Nintendo! Pensioner clocks up a century and put her quick wits down to handheld console 'I don't feel a day over 80,' says super-sharp grandmotherKathleen spends two hours a day on her Nintendo DS Lite Young-at-heart Kathleen Connell celebrated her 100th birthday and shared the secret of her long life – playing on her handheld games console.

Does obesity go hand in hand with trauma? How one man lost 12st in one year, just by talking about his feelings

Does obesity go hand in hand with trauma How one man lost 12st in one year, just by talking about his feelings Trim: Jack Gorny shed 12 stone For years, we’ve been told that being overweight is a failure of willpower. The most likely scenario for people with a large amount of weight to lose is that even if they shed it by dieting, it goes back on after they stop, plus more. This yo-yo behaviour has led psychiatrists at the University of Connecticut to question whether obesity is a form of addictive behaviour – and if that’s the case, the solution needs to start in the mind

Sir Roy Strong: "When I was 75 last year, I employed a personal trainer"

“When I was 75 last year, I employed a personal trainer”: Under the microscope with Sir Roy Strong The broadcaster and historian, 76, on why he wants to keep fit, his waistline, missing his wife and his biggest vice “I don”t have children or anyone to fall back on and I”ve realised I must keep myself as fit as I can,” said Sir Roy Strong WHAT’S YOUR SECRET FOR STAYING TRIM When I was 75 last year, I employed a personal trainer, Doug. I don’t have children or anyone to fall back on and I’ve realised I must keep myself as fit as I can