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Britain's youngest ever organ donor: Parents tell of heartbreaking decision to donate kidneys and heart valves of their 'hero' twin son Teddy who lived for only 100 minutes

Jess Evans and fiance Mike Houlston decided to donate baby son's organsTeddy died 100 minutes after birth from anencephaly, a rare, fatal conditionThe couple, from ...

How over-using dry shampoo can cause dandruff, scalp pimples and CYSTS 

Hair experts warn that using too much dry shampoo can be harmfulOveruse can lead to dandruff and interfere with styling hairMore severe side effects include ...

Parents of five-year-old transgender boy Jacob Lemay share their son's transition story

Mimi and Joe Lemay of Massachusetts say their son Jacob was never happy as a girl, adding that he has called himself a boy since ...

Which breads are best and the unhealthy loaves to avoid

Experts have warned against trend where people cut out all carbohydratesSuggest instead to eat less processed foods with more wholegrainsAustralian nutritionist Susie Burrell has revealed ...

Femail reveals the top poses that can induce the Big O

An ‘exercise induced orgasm’ can be achieved through yogaThe 'Yogasm' is gaining scientific merit from researchersAny postures that engage abs, pelvic floor and kegels ...

Nearly 70% of primary school children are unfit: Parents and schools MUST make sure children are active, experts warn

67% of 5 to 11-year-olds were unable to reach running and jumping targets24% fell 'significantly' below the recommended levels - a cause for concernParents and schools must ...

Starvation diet that can reverse type 2 diabetes

Drastic, short-term dieting may lower blood-sugar levels, research showsParticipants in 2011 study lost an average of 2st 5lbs over eight weeksScan three months later revealed ...

Former Google engineer creates $249 DIY test for breast cancer

Test is being offered by Silicon Valley-based start up Color GenomicsIt tests for 19 gene mutations linked to ovarian and breast cancerWorks by asking patients ...

Diabetes drug could hold back Alzheimer's

 Brains of patients will be scanned throughout year-long £5 million trial If successful, drug could become first treatment used to prevent disease liraglutide already used to stimulate ...

NHS private hospital stitched up as it had huge improvements in standards

The Care Quality Commission damned the NHS's first privately run hospitalBut it ignored its own inspectors' spot check that found improvementsIn January the commission ...

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Getting up early in the morning to go to work is good for you, Iain Duncan Smith claims

Getting up early in the morning to go to work is good for your health and social wellbeing, Iain Duncan Smith has claimed. In an interview ...

Jamelia sparks fury after arguing plus size clothes shouldn't be available on the high-street

Jamelia has  ignited anger from people of all sizes across the UK yesterday by arguing that plus-size and size-zero clothes should only be sold in ...

French police foil alleged Islamist terror plot to attack Christian churches in Paris

A planned terror attack on Christian churches has been foiled in Paris, French police say. An alleged Islamic extremist has been arrested by security services who  ...

100 years on: The day the first poison gas attack changed the face of warfare forever

On 22 April 1915, less than nine months into the First World War, the German army unleashed a terrifying new weapon that changed the face ...

'Sharia compliant' sex shop to open in Mecca selling halal sex toys for Muslims

A “Sharia compliant” sex shop is reportedly set to open in Mecca selling halal products and toys. El Asira, an erotic brand originating in Amsterdam, is ...

'Bully' New Zealand Prime Minister John Key apologises for repeatedly pulling waitress' ponytail

New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key has been forced to apologise after he was accused of bullying for repeatedly pulling a waitress’s ponytail over the ...

MPs urge Lord Janner decision be reconsidered in open letter: 'Have we learnt anything from the mistakes of the past?'

The decision not to prosecute the Labour peer Lord Janner over historic child sex abuse allegations will cause the public to consider any investigation into ...

Pret A Manger staff give free coffee and food to customers they like or find attractive

The chief executive of Pret A Manger has revealed staff at the popular sandwich shop chain are told to give out free hot drinks and ...

Jeremy Clarkson's final Top Gear scenes to air later this year

If you thought Jeremy Clarkon’s final Top Gear appearance had ended up on the scrap heap after his BBC career crashed and burned then think ...

Animal cruelty on the rise, RSPCA claims

More animals than ever before are being abused as the number of convictions for animal cruelty falls, new figures by the RSPCA claim. Figures from the ...