70% of women and a THIRD of men have faked an orgasm to avoid hurting their partner's feelings Pressure to enjoy sex was one of the main reasonsOthers became bored after an orgasm seemed unlikely By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 17:00 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:34 GMT, 21 February 2013 Seven out of ten women and nearly a third of men have faked an orgasm, according to new research.
Children with controlling 'helicopter parents' are more likely to be depressed The overbearing parenting style – where parents hover children – affects their ability to get on with others Children who feel they have no autonomy also more likely to be depressed, say the U.S.
The body snatchers: The grisly source behind some of the most extraordinary medical discoveries | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 13 October 2012 It was one of the most gruesome finds of recent years – 262 skeletons or parts of skeletons in unmarked graves at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, East London.
Horrifying video shows teacher join class “bullying” of 13-year-old by throwing him to the floor and ordeal has left young boy suicidalTeenager in Gig Harbor, Washington, was grabbed by his fellow eighth-graders, held up by his hands and legs and swung while he let out a high pitch screamHis teacher, John Rosi, poked him while being held and then engaged in a wrestling match which ended with the boy on the floorThe boy became withdrawn and told his parents he felt suicidal after the incident
Pupils as young as 14 have breastfeeding lessons using puppets and knitted breasts Scheme to teach teenagers the benefits of breastfeedingFamily campaigners say students are “too young” to receive such lessons
Fat friends: You're more likely to gain weight if your friends are heavier than you Obesity treatments for teenagers should take social influence from their peers into account, say researchers | UPDATED: 12:53 GMT, 10 July 2012 If you want to get slim, you may want to shed some of your larger friends, a new study suggests.
Doctors to vote on industrial action for first time in 40 years over pensions dispute Battle: Britain's doctors will be balloted on industrial action for the first time in decades as the dispute over the Government's public sector reforms escalates (file picture) Britain’s doctors are to be balloted over industrial action for the first time in nearly 40 years as the bitter dispute over the Government’s public sector reforms escalates.
No lie-in! Teens need just seven hours sleep a night, study finds They often protest that they need the extra hours in bed.
Brain scans could diagnose dyslexic children before they even learn to read and head off difficulties at school Some children with dyslexia go undiagnosed for years, leading to prolonged learning difficulties and children who are angry and frustrated at school.
Use a red plate to lose a bit of weight: People who eat off them cut their food intake by 40% Eating from a red plate could help dieters lose weight, scientists claim. Serving up meals on red plates or drinking from red cups cuts consumption by about 40 per cent, according to one study carried out by German and Swiss academics. Researchers say the colour red may encourage diners to avoid snacking because it is commonly associated with the idea of ‘danger, prohibition and stop’.