Couples lose 90 minutes of sleep a week bickering in bed about snoring, fidgeting and passing wind More than a quarter of British couples argue in bed three times a week, each argument lasts 30 minutesArguments are caused by fidgeting, snoring, hogging the duvet and not being in the mood for sexWorst bickerers are in Birmingham and Manchester By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 16:14 GMT, 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:59 GMT, 27 February 2013 Fidgeting, snoring, passing wind and hogging the duvet – the list of things that couples argue about in bed is endless.
A walk outdoors away from gadgets can boost brain power by half Researchers found that adults performed much better in a creative test after spending four days outdoors disconnected from modern technology It can boost brain power by as much as 50 per centAdults in Britain spend an average of 3.5hours watching TV – 15 per cent of their life | UPDATED: 01:49 GMT, 13 December 2012 Next time you are confronted with a complex problem, don’t worry – the answer could lie at the bottom of your garden.
Why buying your varifocals online can leave you seeing red: Our test proves those cheap deals aren't always as good as they look | UPDATED: 02:42 GMT, 2 October 2012 Anyone who wears glasses knows they don’t tend to come cheap — the cost of frames, lenses, lens coatings and cases can mount up to hundreds of pounds.
Big Mother: Parents monitor their toddler via CCTV cameras in his bedroom as he suffers up to 16 seizures a day Ollie suffers from Dravet Syndrome – a neurological condition that causes severe seizuresHis parents have set up two cameras – one on his cot and one on his wardrobe – which are linked to screens in their bedroom and loungeFamily say set-up gives them peace of mind | UPDATED: 13:45 GMT, 26 September 2012 A toddler is watched closely by his parents using CCTV because a rare condition means he is at constant risk of dying from a seizure.
Couch potato children 'up to nine times more likely to be clumsy than other youngsters' | UPDATED: 04:05 GMT, 15 August 2012 Children who spend hours watching TV or playing on a computer are more clumsy than other youngsters, a study claims.
The boy who can't sweat: Parents have to keep their son, 3, cool at all times otherwise he could die from overheating Fred James suffers from a rare genetic condition which means he can't sweatHis parents have to ensure their son keeps cool by using fans, water sprays and ice packs | UPDATED: 11:31 GMT, 30 July 2012 Rare: Little Fred James suffers from a genetic condition which means he can't sweat, making hot summer days dangerous for him When the weather is nice and hot, children like nothing more than running around outside with their friends.
Pictured: Two-year-old boy killed in huge gas blast… as police wait to quiz severely injured neighbour, 27, with 80% burns
Lady GaGa take heed! Week of total rest helps recovery from concussion – and that includes no talking on the telephone Total bed rest eased symptoms of headaches, mental fogginess and fatigue | UPDATED: 14:36 GMT, 11 June 2012 Lady GaGa amazed her fans by finishing her concert in New Zealand yesterday despite suffering a concussion mid way through the show.
Father “forced his ex-partner to strip and cut her hair before shooting her and daughter, 2, dead”…
The one-off jab that could stop the most common cause of age-related blindness in elderly | UPDATED: 15:53 GMT, 9 April 2012 A chemical that will stop people from developing the most serious form of age-related macular degeneration has been found by scientists.