Why you should exercise BEFORE breakfast – you"ll burn 20 per cent more body fat

Why you should exercise BEFORE breakfast – you'll burn 20 per cent more body fat Those who exercised before breakfast also burned 20% more fat than those who worked out afterwardsEarly morning exercisers did not consume additional calories during the day compared to their peers By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 12:04 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:15 GMT, 24 January 2013 Rise and shine! Getting out before breakfast will help you burn more fat during a workout Early risers who exercise on an empty stomach before breakfast can burn up to 20 per cent more body fat, according to new research.

Have scientists solved the mystery of the itch? Nerve cell breakthrough could lead to radical new treatments

Have scientists solved the mystery of why we itch The amazing images that could lead to radical new treatments Researchers believe they have found specialised nerve cells that detect itchy sensationsUsed flourescent cells in mice to track their reactions and pinpoint itch cells Hope to develop new anti-itch treatments | UPDATED: 19:20 GMT, 28 December 2012 Scientists have discovered nerve cells that deal solely with itching sensations in a major breakthrough for pain relief.

"Fake tan can cause fertility problems": Users warned the lotions could harm unborn babies and trigger cancer

Does a woman risk fertility problems by using fake tan 'Cocktail' of chemicals in products can affect development of babies | UPDATED: 06:52 GMT, 23 July 2012 Women who use fake tan could put themselves at an increased risk of fertility problems and having babies with birth defects, according to experts.

Cameron doubles funding for dementia research

'You can't teach people compassion': PM hits back as Strictly's Arlene Phillips says nurses ignored dementia patients David Cameron says funding for research into dementia is to be doubled by 2015 One in three over-65s struck down by conditionBonus payments will be made to GPs who diagnose and refer patients | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 26 March 2012 David Cameron was yesterday forced to admit that NHS nurses lack compassion after being confronted by former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips.