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  • Binge-watching Netflix could make you feel like a ZOMBIE: New research links the trend to a rise in insomnia and fatigue

    August 15, 2017 12:46 AM 18

    Binge-watching TV can make you feel like a zombie, according to a recent study. Researchers at the University of Michigan and the Leuven School for Mass Communication Research in Belgium found that higher binge-viewing frequency leads to poorer sleep quality, more fatigue and increased insomnia. The researchers found the negative symptoms are associated

  • Bodybuilding fitness model reveals how to burn fat while watching TV

    August 11, 2017 11:28 AM 48

    Fitness instructor Brian has 16 years of experience under his belt which he poured into his best-selling book The Fitness Mindset – currently the number one nutrition book on Amazon. From growing up on a farm to playing top level football as a teen, Brian has always had a passion for exercise which was spurred on by his dad giving him £1 for every 50 push-ups

  • Supermarkets recall host of products containing eggs amid pesticide fears

    August 11, 2017 4:32 AM 24

    Supermarkets are recalling a range of products containing eggs after pesticide was found among 700,000 of them. The illegal use of the pesticide at poultry farms abroad sparked a massive food safety scare in several countries. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said investigations into the incident suggested it was "very unlikely" that the eggs posed a risk to public

  • Thousands more possibly tainted eggs found in Britain

    August 10, 2017 2:40 PM 37

    Dutch investigators detained two men suspected of being involved in illegal use of pesticide on poultry farms British food safety authorities say far more eggs possibly tainted with the pesticide Fipronil have been imported to the United Kingdom from elsewhere in Europe than previously thought. But they say the number is a tiny fraction of the eggs consumed

  • Travel company, Thomson, slammed after Shane Carter is left without a doctor for 24 hours after breaking back during luxury holiday

    August 10, 2017 11:52 AM 17

    A TRAVEL company has been criticised after a man broke his spine on a luxury holiday. Shane Carter and Lacie Catchpole, both 27, were on a Thomson holiday to Cape Verde when Mr Carter was hit by a wave and suffered life threatening injuries. The pair, from Wethersfield, were staying on the idyllic islands, until Mr Carter was left with a broken collar

  • Midwife loses 7st after taking up THIS hobby

    August 10, 2017 9:30 AM 16

    After being bullied in high school, Emily Brace ballooned to a size 20 while she was studying to become a nurse. But after taking up rowing, the midwife went on to win the gold medal at an international regatta just two years later. Emily said: "I started to get bullied as a result and it just spiralled from there. "Before I knew it I was significantly

  • Fitness champion reveals ONE tip for getting a ripped six pack

    August 9, 2017 8:00 AM 16

    MAITE GARCIA became a fitness champion after completely changing her body. Maite Garcia has always been skinny. A doctor even told her she needed to gain weight when she was a child but this just drove the Spanish model to junk food. It wasn’t until Maite met her now-husband five years ago that he helped her gain 1st of muscle and bulk up to 8st – and go from a UK dress

  • People in North of England 20% more likely to die early than those in the South, study finds

    August 7, 2017 10:32 PM 13

    Responding to the study, Dr Hakim Yadi, chief executive of the Northern Health Science Alliance, a partnership of universities and NHS organisations, said: "Health inequalities between the North and South of the country must be addressed by Government as a priority." He said that research indicates that the Government invests less in health research

  • GRAPHIC VID: Mysterious sea creatures leave teen's legs covered in BLOOD after attack

    August 7, 2017 8:28 AM 12

    A TEENAGER was left with horrifying bleeding legs after he was eaten alive by mysterious sea monsters while taking a paddle. Sam Kanizay came out of the water to discover tiny creatures devouring his legs, which were covered in tiny pink bites. Video emerged of the 16-year-old in hospital with his legs covered in blood from the attack at Dendy Street

  • NHS sends cancer patients private care ad

    August 6, 2017 5:06 PM 13

    As sufferers resort to paying for extra care, a trust has apologised for including flyers in appointment letters An NHS trust has been forced to apologise after sending cancer patients leaflets advertising treatment at its private wing inside their appointment letters. It comes as information obtained by The Sunday Times shows NHS patients have paid up to £167,000 for cancer