Never mind tans – it"s kiwis that make your skin glow

Never mind tans – it's kiwis that make your skin glowThree daily portions of fruit can improve your skintoneGet 2.9 portions to give you a healthy glow 3.3 portions will make you more attractive By Mail On Sunday Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 16 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 16 February 2013 Is it possible to glow with health If new research is to be believed, the answer is yes.

Men who date women with slim waists are less likely to have performance issues in the bedroom – regardless of age

Men who date women with slim waists are less likely to have performance issues in the bedroom Researchers found the slimmer a woman's waist, the better a man's sexual function and satisfactionIt may be that we are programmed to see partners with abdominal fat as at higher risk of diseaseOr, more likely, 'slimmer women are more attractive' By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 11:50 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 15 January 2013 A waspish waist has been the desire of women the world over for decades.

Does no one understand you? If so, it could make you more sensitive to pain

Does no one understand you If so, you could be more sensitive to pain Physical and mental pain – such as social rejection – may be processed in the same regions of the brain But people who feel understood and valued are more tolerant to pain By Emily Payne PUBLISHED: 16:51 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:53 GMT, 4 January 2013 People who feel they are constantly misunderstood may be more sensitive to pain.

On a diet? Filling up on fruit and vegetables WON"T trick you into eating less

On a diet Filling up on fruit and vegetables WON'T trick you into eating lessBeing on a fruit- and vegetable-heavy diet made no long-term difference to fullness, researchers foundAdding fruit juice before meals actually boosted hunger and weight gain It goes against the theory that people should 'fill up' on lots of fruit and veg to help them feel full for longer | UPDATED: 16:24 GMT, 3 December 2012 The dieters among us are often advised to fill our plates up with fruit and vegetables at meal times to avoid gobbling down calorie laden fare later in the day.

Drinking a litre a day of mineral water "can prevent onset of Alzheimer"s" by flushing out aluminium

Drinking a litre of mineral water every day 'can prevent Alzheimer's memory loss' Silicon-rich mineral water can help remove aluminium which is linked to dementia | UPDATED: 13:25 GMT, 12 October 2012 Drinking a litre of mineral water every day can prevent cognitive decline in Alzheimer's sufferers by removing aluminium from their bodies, a study found yesterday.

Older women need specially designed sports bras as breasts are "less bouncy"

Older women need specially designed sports bras as breasts are 'less bouncy' Expert likened breasts of women aged 45 to 65 to 'older elastic bands'Older women's breast tissue less flexibleFindings could lead to specially designed bras for mature women | UPDATED: 13:17 GMT, 24 September 2012 Older women experienced less breast movement when working out Older women may need specially designed sports bras because their breasts don’t bounce like younger women.

Chocolate may protect the brain from stroke

Chocolate may protect the brain from stroke (and this time it's the milk variety) Most men in the study consumed milk chocolate, which has more sugar and fat than the dark varietyScientists believe protective effect comes from antioxidants called flavonoids | UPDATED: 11:09 GMT, 30 August 2012 For every 50g per week increase in chocolate consumption, stroke risk decreased by about 14 per cent Eating chocolate may reduce the long term risk of stroke, research has shown.

Keeping it in the family: Why close relationships with relatives is key for men"s health

Keeping it in the family: Why close relationships with relatives is key for men's healthWide circle of friends you see regularly is crucial for mid-life well-being | UPDATED: 07:38 GMT, 24 August 2012 Having a healthy family life is more important for a man's mental well-being than that of a woman's, a new study has found.

Being thinner helps beat breast cancer: Risk of disease returning rises in step with weight

Being thinner helps beat breast cancer: Risk of disease returning rises in step with weightStudy in New York show weight loss after treatment may help decrease risk | UPDATED: 23:05 GMT, 26 August 2012 Women who suffer from obesity when treated for breast cancer are more likely to relapse Obese women treated for breast cancer are more likely to suffer a relapse than slimmer patients.