Insomniac Britain: Sales of sleeping aids soar 20% in a yearSleep data shows London is the insomnia capitalSales of sleeping aids have soared by 20 per centOne in five Britons admits to only getting an average of two hours sleep on a Sunday nightRise of iPads in bedroom partly explains the problem By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 11:52 GMT, 11 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 11 March 2013 Did you wake up this morning feeling groggy and tired If so, you are not alone.
Moob ops down by a fifth as cash-strapped men opt for the gym instead 642 men had 4k op last year compared to 790 in 2011Plastic surgeons say recession could mean men have less spare cash to splashFigures also revealed women more likely to have fat ‘transfers’ to slim some areas while plumping the face , surgeons speculate that more people are simply trying to burn off the fat.
Rise of the FBIs (that's fat, bald and impotent men): Three-in-one sales of treatments soar as embarrassed blokes flock online Online chemist says men are increasingly buying treatments for all three ailments in one order, with sales up 40 per cent on the previous yearBiggest demand was in London and South East, followed by the MidlandsExperts say stress could be to blame for all three conditionsBut privacy of buying online is also thought to have fuelled demand sales figures by Chemist Direct found there was a 40 per cent rise in such orders from customers across the UK, compared to the previous year.
Chocolate, the treat we can't do without: Sales stay at same level despite recessionMarket research firm Mintel believes that low cost treats will help fuel consumer spendingChocolate is recession proof because we turn to it as a treat By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 23:41 GMT, 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:47 GMT, 15 January 2013 We may be cutting back in all sorts of ways to survive the economic downturn but it seems there is one thing we can’t do without – chocolate.
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UK at bottom of league for helping IVF couples with recession blamed as NHS make cutbacks | UPDATED: 02:53 GMT, 3 July 2012 Britain is the poor man of Europe in providing IVF to childless couples, figures reveal.
Starving Greeks queue for food in their thousands as debt-wracked country finally forms a coalition government… but how long will it last
Five-fold jump in IVF donors as payment for eggs rises to 750The recession will further help fuel the rise in the number of women coming forward, claim campaigners | UPDATED: 21:56 GMT, 30 March 2012 The payment to women donating their eggs for use in IVF will triple from 250 to 750 tomorrow.