One in five people over the age of 70 is unable to go up or down the stairs without harm, and almost a third are not using their kitchen as they feel they cannot safely use it.
A study of 2,000 adults found that while calorie counting and ‘five a day’ are a focus of their daily food plan, a large percentage admit they often forget to consider things such as putting sugar or syrup on their cereal or dressing on a salad. It also emerged that many adults are consuming ‘invisible calories’ on top of their usual daily intake, with syrup, sugar and jam on porridge among the biggest culprits for the ‘hidden’ extra calories.
While kissing at least seven times a week was critical to keeping the fire burning year after year.
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Luke Campbell achieved his first Amateur Boxing Association title in 2007.
Nearly three quarters of Brits say they are staying put this summer.
Many need a certificate after to prove their identity.
Charlotte Clarke, 38, once weighed more than 23st.