Why Facebook friends don't count: People are happier and laugh 50% more when talking face-to-face Talking on phone does not make people feel as good as sharing a smileStudy suggests quality not quantity of communication is most importantMost satisfying relationships 'come from handful of close friends' By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 23:24 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:43 GMT, 9 April 2013 A study has found there is no link between Facebook use and people with larger groups of friends or more emotionally intense relationships (file picture) Facebook friends are no substitute for the real thing, according to psychologists.
Alcohol turned me into a crazed animal: Binge drinking teen blames booze for making her a violent criminalAmy Roberts from Glasgow was arrested 30 times She bit a police officer and punched a landlord in the face when drunkWake up call came after she was sent to prisonNow she's warning others how binge drinking 'wrecks lives' By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 00:32 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:41 GMT, 26 March 2013 Regrets: Amy Roberts committed 30 drunken offences between the ages of 16 and 18 A young woman who was arrested 30 times for drunken attacks – including punching police officers – has warned against the dangers of binge drinking.
One loving family and a lethal divide: Sam, 25, and dying of a brain tumour insists faith healing can cure him.
My husband died like a battery hen, frightened, cold and ignored by hospital staff: MP's tearful attack on NHS care MP said her husband was 'squashed up against the iron bars of the bed' with 'an oxygen mask that didn’t fit his face'The human rights advocate said 'nobody should die in such conditions'A spokesman for the University Hospital of Wales promised to investigate, saying they wouldn't tolerate poor care | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 5 December 2012 A senior MP broke down in tears yesterday as she condemned the ‘coldness, indifference and contempt’ of nurses she blames for her husband’s death.
Why are hospitals ignoring a drug that can stop patients bleeding to death | UPDATED: 23:56 GMT, 8 October 2012 Tranexamic can reduce bleeding and the need for blood transfusions during surgery, according to research One of the greatest risks of surgery is blood loss.
Queen”s corgi which appeared with her in James Bond Olympics Opening Ceremony film dies aged 13Monty was watched by millions in his performance as part of the James Bond scene in the Olympics opening ceremony filmHe was named after Monty Roberts, the subject of a horse whisperer programme, who advises the Queen on horses and dogsThe Queen has two remaining corgis, who also appeared in the film: Willow and Holly
How a potato juice supplement could help cure stomach ulcers Scientist at Manchester University was told of the potato's curative properties by her boyfriend's grandma | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 8 August 2012 Stomach ulcers could have handed in their chips – thanks to the humble potato.
Would you ditch your reading specs for a silicone lens INSIDE your eye | UPDATED: 22:37 GMT, 6 August 2012 Many people who have surgery for long or short-sightedness still need reading glasses.
Status update – healthy kidney available: Facebook lets donors sign up to 'share' organs via social network Could massively increase the number of organs available to patients Users sign up via TimelineInformation available to medical staff after death Mark Zuckerberg inspired by death of Steve Jobs | UPDATED: 18:45 GMT, 1 May 2012 Zuckerberg says his friendship with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who had received a liver transplant before he died last year, helped spur the idea Facebook has helped us share everything from wedding photos to our taste in music – now the social network wants to help you share your organs.
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