Toddlers who watch too much TV risk adding inches to their waistlines and athletic ability by the time they turn ten, claim scientists.
Happiness in life, they say, is what you make it, and it is related more to relationships with those around you than the status that comes from how much wealth you have deposited in the bank.
One in three Britons by the age of 65, suffer from the swollen blueish veins in their legs, that bulge just under the surface of the skin.
You may resent your family and friends who insist that you need to get fit, but according to the study by a new sport psychology such pestering does work.
Reconstruction surgery like abdominoplasty is a brisk business in the UK, and despite the recession, it’s a progressing venture.
People who read ‘traditional’ printed language such as books, magazines and newspapers are much more comfortable with accepting and understanding new words while heavy texters were less able to understand new words, and less willing to accept them, according to a recent study.
Most consumers ignore nutritional labels on food packagings and simply buy what they like, a new study claims.
American doctor, Gregg Homer is doing clinical trials to initiate a laser treatment that changes patients’ eye color.
Arkay, the world’s first alcohol-free whisky, will be sold worldwide from December 1.
History offers a long list of corrupt regimes, dictators, despots and kings stockpiling cash in times of trouble, as well as instances of outright thievery.