Baroness Thatcher "to spend Christmas in hospital" as she continues to recover from minor operation

Baroness Thatcher 'to spend Christmas in hospital' as she continues to recover from minor operationSources close to the family said the former PM was doing wellShe was moved to a London hospital last week after suffering abdominal pains | UPDATED: 00:33 GMT, 24 December 2012 Margaret Thatcher is expected to spend Christmas in hospital after undergoing a minor operation last Friday. Britain’s first female prime minister was said by friends to be recovering well and has her daughter Carol, 59, at her side.

Watching internet porn could cause memory loss

Viewing online pornography 'can make you lose your memory' German study finds men turn forgetful when looking at erotic images | UPDATED: 11:09 GMT, 16 December 2012 People addicted to watching pornography on the internet are in danger of suffering short-term memory loss which can have a major impact on their lives, according to new research. German scientists studied the part of the brain responsible for keeping information in the mind while using it to complete a task, critical for understanding, reasoning, problem solving and decision making.

Forgot your password? You"re not the only one! Average Briton now struggling to remember details for 22 online accounts

Forgot your password You're not the only one! Average Briton now struggling to remember details for 22 online accounts Three-quarters of people use the same password for more than one accountAnd almost a third say they never bother changing their password, a study has said | UPDATED: 07:48 GMT, 14 December 2012 We have all suffered a mental blank, while desperately trying to log in to work computers, online banking sites, and email accounts.

The battle against Alzheimer"s starts at school age: Research pinpoints three key stages that help keep disease at bay

The battle against Alzheimer's starts at school age: Research pinpoints three key stages that help keep disease at bay A person's education, their working life, and their social life in later years all play a role in keeping the mind sharper for longerPeople who were more mentally active found to have a lower risk of developing memory problems in old age, according to study | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 13 December 2012 It is often dismissed as a disease of old age. But the fight against Alzheimer’s could start at school and last for life