Awkward! Mummy's boy has his own mother's home-made Christmas lunch couriered 111 miles to his mother-in-law's house (we wonder what SHE thinks about it) | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 20 December 2012 Lee Moss loves his mum's Christmas dinner so much that he's getting it couriered 111 miles to him — and he plans to eat it at his mother-in-law's house. Mr Moss, 33, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, said he cannot wait to tuck into his mum Alison Johns' turkey and all the trimmings on Tuesday. He said the bizarre tradition began after both he and his heavily-pregnant girlfriend Kelly Moss could not travel back to his family home in Hounslow, Middlesex
Families hit after supermarkets hike 'budget' food prices by as much as 110% in just a yearMillions have traded down to value supermarket lines to save moneyBut these products have posted the biggest price hike over the past yearSupermarkets say despite price rises, products are as popular as ever | UPDATED: 00:24 GMT, 18 December 2012 Families relying on supermarket budget ranges to make ends meet are suffering some of the steepest food price hikes, research reveals.
Take it a bit easier in the gym: Too much exercise can wear out your heartModerate, regular exercise is beneficial but it is possible to do too muchExercising intensely for more than an hour can cause heart tissue to stretchRunning between two and five times a week is better than going every dayAnd, marathons should not be a regular challenge, rather done occasionally | UPDATED: 23:37 GMT, 29 November 2012 While moderate exercise like jogging is good for you, too much is bad for your heart It is the news that couch potatoes have been waiting for: too much exercise is bad for your heart.
Doing the garden or going for a walk is better for your health than relying on statins, study saysBeing physically fit reduces the risk of dying by two-thirds, US research says But combining statins with better fitness may improve survival rates still further | UPDATED: 08:40 GMT, 28 November 2012 Findings from US research suggest that doing more walking and gardening could help individuals with high cholesterol as much, if not more, than drugs Unfit people with high cholesterol levels would be better off gardening or going for a walk than taking pills, says a study.