It's not just what you eat, but when: Eating lunch too late may make you fat Those who eat lunch after 3pm shed fewer pounds than those eating earlierLate eaters were also more likely to skip eating breakfast By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 10:07 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:03 GMT, 29 January 2013 Late eaters displayed a slower weight-loss rate It's not just what you eat – it's also when you eat that is key to losing weight, according to a new study.
The revolutionary 'contact lens' loaded with stem cells that restores sight – by helping the eye heal itself naturally Biodegradable implant is loaded with stem cells These then multiply in the eye, allow the body to heal the eye naturallyIt's hoped the implant will help millions of people across the world retain or even regain – their sight | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 6 December 2012 A ‘contact lens’ loaded with stem cells could be a way to naturally repair or retain sight.
Family who rushed boy, 7, to A&E with meningitis symptoms are stunned to receive letter accusing them of wasting NHS time Georgina Houghton, 33, called NHS Direct one weekend after son Colby, 7, developed a temperature, vomiting and sensitivity to light Told the little boy might have meningitis and needed to go to A&EDashed to hospital where doctors diagnosed a viral infection Days later Colby received letter from family GP, lambasting him for wasting NHS time and not consulting GP first | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 6 December 2012 When her young son Colby became increasingly ill one weekend, Georgina Houghton became convinced he needed professional help.
Sleeping for an extra hour a night 'helps beat pain'Sleeping ten hours instead of eight is more effective than codeine medicine | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 1 December 2012 Sleeping for an hour or more extra a night can dramatically improve an individual’s alertness and reduce their sensitivity to pain, say scientists.
When memory loss is a sign of 'painless' migraines – and high fliers are most at risk | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 16 October 2012 'I had no pain but I felt really dizzy and unable to focus,' said Sharon Richards For Sharon Richards, the regular nursery run had suddenly turned into the stuff of nightmares.
Food sensitivity could be stopping you lose weight, says doctor who also claims low-fat diets can make you HEAVIER Food sensitivities are 'by far the commonest single cause of weight gain,' says allergy expertEveryday foods such as wheat, corn, milk and eggs most common culpritsCutting out potential 'problem' foods could also relieve ailments such as headaches and low mood Calorie counting a strategy that 'consistently fails millions of people' | UPDATED: 12:54 GMT, 11 October 2012 Whether it’s low fat, low carb, low GI – most of us have tried, and failed, to lose weight at some point.
The magnet to cure a migraine: Can this device mean the end of excruciating pain for Britain’s eight million sufferersNew device delivers magnetic pulse to the head at touch of a buttonScientists say handheld device can alleviate symptoms for up to two hoursTreatment relieved or reduced excruciating pain in 73 per cent of patients taking part in trial | UPDATED: 19:39 GMT, 21 September 2012 Pain relief: Scientists say a new treatment involving a magnetic beam could alleviate migraines For many of Britain’s eight million sufferers, there has been no respite from the dreaded migraines.
The last-ditch cure for migraine: A jab in the back of the head | UPDATED: 23:12 GMT, 27 August 2012 'I would lie in a dark, quiet room and cry from the pain,' said Ilana Fox Three months ago I woke up with a migraine.
Fresh hope of vaccine for killer meningitis B that could prevent illness in 80% of children | UPDATED: 00:36 GMT, 7 May 2012 New hope: The jab to protect againt Meningitis B proved successful in the majority of teenagers giving hope for future inoculations A jab to protect against deadly meningitis B is being developed by scientists.
Fat can PREVENT diabetes: Gene found in cells that could protect against the condition | UPDATED: 06:40 GMT, 2 April 2012 'Exciting discovery': Nearly three million people in the UK suffer from diabetes A gene that could help protect against diabetes has been found in fat cells, scientists say.