Romelu Lukaku v Harry Kane: how the Everton and Spurs strikers measure up

The 23-year-old forwards, two and a half months apart in age, face one another on Sunday. Both have 17 Premier League goals this season but who scores more highly across our nine categories for these leading No9s?TWO-FOOTEDNESS Romelu Lukaku Strongly left-footed and the moment he gets a run on a defender with the ball on his favoured side is...

Theres A Scientific Explanation As To Why Kids Never Seem To Tire

Being a parent is a tough job. It’s been shown to be more rewarding – and more exhausting – than paid work. Parent burnout is a very real thing, and now it is easy to see why. Children are as fit as and recover faster than endurance athletes, according to a new study published in Frontiers in Physiology.  It builds...

5 best tablets of 2016

Surface Pro 4  (Microsoft) The best tablets of 2016 are not just tablets but, in some cases, double as laptops. Here are a handful of some of the best you can buy in 2016. iPad Pro (9.7-inch): Apple still rules the tablet world. To keep apace, the company introduced the iPad Pro...

Richard Simmons Says He’s Not Being Held Hostage By A Witch

Dont worry guys, Richard Simmons says hes not currently being held hostage by a witch. The beloved fitness betch recently released two statements about this after the published an expos over the weekend in which his former assistant and masseur claimed Simmons has been controlled by his Mexican live-in maid over the last two years largely through...

A subscription box is helping people living with chronic illnesses

Image: Vicky Leta/MashableLiving with a chronic illness often means being stuck inside for long periods of time. Whether a person is healing from medical procedures, living with a suppressed immune system or needs substantial amounts of rest, having a long-lasting illness or condition often requires dedicated self-care or, simply, cures for boredom. SEE ALSO: 9 ways to support people...

Piece of dental braces removed from woman’s intestine after 10 years

(CNN)Brace yourself for this story: Ten years after her orthodontic braces were removed, a piece of dental wire was found stuck inside an Australian woman's small intestine. Dr. Talia Shepherd, one of the treating physicians, said the 30-year-old woman showed up at the emergency department of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Western Australia complaining of cramping and severe...