World"s fattest man Paul Mason loses an incredible 45 stone

World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:11 GMT, 4 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.

Former world"s fattest man Paul Mason loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKIN

World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:42 GMT, 3 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.

Forget brain training gadgets – just writing a letter or reading a newspaper is enough to keep your mind active into old age

Forget brain training gadgets – just writing a letter or reading a newspaper is enough to keep your mind active into old age The simple activities all helped stave off memory lossThose who also played chess, watched a play, or regularly visited the library had 'younger brains' PUBLISHED: 18:10 GMT, 26 November 2012 | UPDATED: 18:24 GMT, 26 November 2012 Researchers say that mental activities including writing letters all contribute to the health of the brain They have seen a surge in popularity of late, marketed as an entertaining workout for the grey matter, and credited with helping to reverse memory loss.

Dear mum, don’;t cry but I’m dying: Fury over school’s creative writing assignment that left a mother distraught

“Dear mum, don”t cry but I”m dying”: Fury over school”s creative writing assignment that left a mother distraughtWesley Walker, 14, told to write “expressive” note in creative writing classHis parents brand exercise “sick” and “inappropriate”