One in three gym goers don"t even break a sweat (as they"re too busy ogling at others and sitting in the spa)

A third of gym goers don't even break a sweat (as they're too busy ogling totty and sitting in the spa) Half complete a serious fitness routine, while the rest spend their time chatting or ogling the opposite sexOne in 10 are too embarrassed to get sweatyA quarter spend more time in the sauna or hot tub than on exercise machines By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 11:26 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:02 GMT, 25 February 2013 One in 10 go to the gym to meet potential partners so are keen to look their best One in three gym goers don't even break a sweat during their workout, a survey has revealed.

Drivers who sneeze behind the wheel cause 2,500 accidents a WEEK – now experts say they should stay off the roads

Drivers who sneeze behind the wheel cause 2,500 accidents a WEEK – now experts say they should stay off the roads Motorists can travel 50ft blind when sneezingDrivers with severe colds 'should stay off the roads' Study suggests those with the sniffles should leave four extra car lengths for slower reaction times digg] By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 17:00 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:14 GMT, 14 February 2013 Getting behind the wheel when bunged up with a cold is far more dangerous than drivers realise, researchers say.

Middle-class professionals are turning to legal highs to avoid being classed as illegal drug users, warns leading expert

Middle-class professionals are turning to legal highs 'to avoid being classed as illegal drug users' Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, a leading consultant psychiatrist, said many educated young people mistakenly think the drugs are not harmfulSays people use them to avoid stigma of drugs such as cocaine and heroin His specialist hospital unit has been inundated with referrals from those taking legal highs | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 27 December 2012 An increasing number of young professionals are taking legal highs to avoid being classed as illegal drug users (posed by model) An increasing number of young professionals are taking legal highs to avoid being classed as illegal drug users, a leading expert has warned.

Is this the world’s cutest cat? Heart-meltingly adorable animal caught on camera playing on a chair

Is this the world”s cutest cat Heart-meltingly adorable animal caught on camera playing on a chair. Meet Ksenia, a Scottish Fold feline from Russia and what thousands of internet users are calling the world”s cutest cat.

Children of the Sixties refusing to quit drugs… as it"s revealed use by over 50s has increased tenfold in twenty years

Use of drugs by the over-60s has increased tenfold in 20 years | UPDATED: 09:48 GMT, 5 April 2012 Drug bust: Paul McCartney pictured on his arrival at London Airport from Barbados in 1984 after he was fined for cannabis possession The number of middle-aged drug users is on the rise, as many who first experimented during the liberal Sixties and Seventies refuse to give up the habit.

Prescribing heroin is more "cost-effective" than methadone, claim scientists

Prescribing drug users heroin is more 'cost-effective' than methadone, claim scientists Users prescribed medicated heroin were more likely to stay in treatment or quit altogether than those on methadone | UPDATED: 10:48 GMT, 13 March 2012 High cost: The study considered treatment expenditures, estimated costs for drug therapies and costs borne by the legal system Medically prescribed heroin is more cost-effective than methadone for treating long-term users, researchers claim.