So THAT'S why slimming makes us depressed: Ditching fat and sugar is similar to drug withdrawal Consuming a high-fat diet was linked with greater anxiety, say experts This could make dieters vulnerable to a cycle of bingeing and fasting By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 12:39 GMT, 12 December 2012 | UPDATED: 12:46 GMT, 12 December 2012 The sight of a solitary carrot on your plate while your friends tuck into bags of crisps and chocolate is enough to make anyone feel glum.
Why taking painkillers for a headache could simply be making things worse | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 18 September 2012 'Vicious cycle': Taking aspirin, ibuprofen or paracetamol at least every other day can leave sufferers more prone to headaches (stock image) Hundreds of thousands of people are suffering from ‘disabling’ headaches caused by overuse of painkillers, experts warn.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Horrific moment three young tigers attack and eat young cub at Chinese wildlife park “because they hadn”t been fed”Visitors said the Siberian tigers looked hungry and had no food
“I will never see my kids” faces again”: Tears of mother blinded by boyfriend who GOUGED both of her eyes outTina Nash was subjected to “sickening” 12-hour assault while her two children were in homeShe was also left with a broken nose and jaw in an attack described as “the most harrowing” police had seen
‘I feel like it’s my face’: Astonishing progress of chimp attack victim Charla Nash, two years after receiving full-face transplantNow 58-year-old Charla Nash horrifically mauled by chimpanzee in 2009
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I was going bald until a 'hair enhancer' weaved its magic Her hair – or lack of it – took over Janet Robertson’s life when she hit her late 40s.