• Saira Khan felt 'abnormal' after learning she couldn't have children

    Saira Khan has spoken candidly about her attempts to conceive, and revealed that she felt "abnormal" after learning she would be unable to have children. The 47-year-old Loose Women star was diagnosed with endometriosis – where tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb is found in other parts of the body – and was therefore unable to have a baby with husband Steve. She said the most difficult part of their marriage was four years after their 2004 wedding. "We wanted to start having children and I found out I had endometriosis so we had to go through

  • Easy ways to boost your brain health and reduce your risk of dementia

    Lifestyle changes like quitting smoking over the age of 65, exercising and treating hearing loss in middle age could prevent one in three dementia cases, according to experts. A new report by the Lancet Commission on dementia prevention, intervention and care listed nine factors that could drastically lower the cases of dementia. People can start reducing their risk as early as childhood, with getting an education to at least the age of 15 one of the nine ways to cut your chance of developing the brain declining syndrome. Education ranked second on the list, with experts claiming it could cut