Being pregnant and giving birth in both the US and the UK were hugely contrasting experiences. Both were simultaneously wonderful and hellish, but for very different reasons, Katherine Bebo explains.
Emma George, 24, had taken Felicity to a hospital urgent care centre in Dudley after the baby, who had been born premature, had a temperature, was not feeding and was becoming difficult to rouse.
Shampooing hair and using soap removes nuclear dust but conditioner can 'bind radioactive material to your hair', according to warnings from by Guam's Office for Civil Defence (stock image).
Antony Seward was just 20 when his left hand was crushed in the large mangle at the Heathcote Fabrics Ltd factory in Tiverton, Devon.
Scientists at Stanford University said their findings provide the 'first evidence' of a strong link between poor vision and dementia.
Researchers from Stockholm University found that all of a study's participants stopped putting things off after having online or face-to-face group cognitive behavioural therapy sessions.
Experts say the test made by Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles is one of the biggest breakthroughs in Alzheimer's research to date, offering the first sign of a cost-effective and non-invasive test.
Standing on the scales produced 'unexpected' effects of encouraging people to cut back on junk food, scientists at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania said.
Researchers from the universities of Exeter and Queensland found disapproving of so-called 'bolting' makes people more inclined to gulp their drink in one go and warning them has no effect.
Researchers at Macquarie University in Australia strengthened the link between scent and attraction and showed that a man's diet can make him smell more or less desirable to women.
Supplements do not provide enough 'good' bacteria to replace the 'bad' bacteria, says a Colorado professor. Studies suggest synbiotics - probiotics combined with prebiotics - are beneficial.
Security operative Polly Wilton has protected the likes of Sir Richard Dannatt, then head of the British Army. She explains how she stay in top form, as Hitman's Bodyguard debuts.
It showed those happy to work in lower-paid jobs spend less time revising for their upcoming exams - because they don't need A grades - and more time to spend with their friends, which can lead to the pub.
The 5:2 diet is the best known of the fasts and was made famous by Dr Michael Mosley. An increase in fat loss was demonstrated in a 2011 Manchester University study.
The image, which won a British Heart Foundation photo contest, was snapped by a University of Leeds researcher who is studying how clots form.
Adorable Willow Rae Porter, 22-months-old from Seattle in Washington, has inclusive-cell (i-cell) disease, which could lead to her premature death by the age of three.
Angus Palmes, 13, from weighs just 2 st and 2lbs, the same size as an average toddler, and his condition is so rare it doesn't even have a name. His mother calls it the 'happy syndrome'.