So thats what makes Popeye strong! Nitrates in spinach found to boost muscles

So that’s what makes Popeye strong! Spinach found to boost key protein in muscles | UPDATED: 16:00 GMT, 25 June 2012 Spinach DOES boost your muscles – thanks to the high level of nitrate Spinach really does give us extra strength, scientists say, but it's not because it is full of iron.

The anti-wrinkle jab which is being used to stop incontinence

The anti-wrinkle jab which is being used to stop incontinence | UPDATED: 21:13 GMT, 26 May 2012 Incontinence: Injections used by cosmetic doctors to smooth out wrinkles are being offered as treatment Injections like those used by cosmetic doctors to smooth out wrinkles are being offered as a treatment for incontinence.

Why EVERYONE over 50 needs to be taking statins: Cholesterol-busting pills cut risk of heart attack or stroke

Why EVERYONE over 50 needs to be taking statins: Cholesterol-busting pills cut risk of heart attack or stroke | UPDATED: 23:23 GMT, 16 May 2012 All over-50s should take statins to cut their risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, researchers claim.

Why don"t GPS warn you that statins can harm your memory?

Why don't GPS warn you that statins can harm your memory | UPDATED: 23:29 GMT, 2 April 2012 Seven million people in Britain have been prescribed statins John Holliday had been on a higher 40mg dose of cholesterol pills for only a few weeks when he started to lose his concentration.

Staying out of the sun can wreck your health

Staying out of the sun can wreck your health: How one in four Britons is worryingly low in vitamin D UPDATED: 07:10 GMT, 27 March 2012 Are Britons getting enough of the ‘sunshine’ vitamin Government figures suggest not — a quarter of the population have low levels of vitamin D.

Are YOU getting enough of the sunshine vitamin? Without it you raise the risk of fragile bones, heart disease and even cancer

Are YOU getting enough of the sunshine vitamin Without it you raise the risk of fragile bones, heart disease and even cancer UPDATED: 02:45 GMT, 27 March 2012 Are Britons getting enough of the ‘sunshine’ vitamin Government figures suggest not — a quarter of the population have low levels of vitamin D.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Boy, 8, finds out his illness is terminal after going on Google

Why did you lie to me, Daddy Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google Schoolboy discovered progressive condition Duchenne muscular dystrophy would eventually kill him 'Since then he's had several nightmares about it and always calls us in for a cuddle', says father An eight-year-old boy was horrified to discover his illness was terminal after he searched for it on Google while his parents were away.

Why did you lie to me? Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google

Why did you lie to me, Daddy Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google Schoolboy discovered progressive condition Duchenne muscular dystrophy would eventually kill him 'Since then he's had several nightmares about it and always calls us in for a cuddle', says father An eight-year-old boy was horrified to discover his illness was terminal after he searched for it on Google while his parents were away.

Vitamin D: One in four toddlers are deficient in key vitamin

One in four toddlers are lacking vitamin D and could face walking delays, warns expert Despite a recommendation that all children under five should take Vitamin D supplements, 74 per cent of parents know nothing about the guidelines A quarter of all toddlers in the UK are lacking Vitamin D, according to research.

Neurofibromatosis : Brave girl, 18, describes growing up with same condition as Elephant man

I was told I might die: Brave girl, 18, describes growing up with the same condition as the Elephant Man Katie's mother suffers from a mild form of the same condition When Katie Newell was 15months old she was diagnosed with a rare condition that caused painful tumours to grow on the upper half of her body. She was left unable to feed properly and her parents were told she was unlikely to survive past the age of five.