Paparazzi parents warned of online dangers

By the time a child is five there will be almost one thousand photos of them online.

Over half of people in a new survey had posted pictures of children that weren't their own, often without permission.

Facebook is the social media site of choice with 53% of parents using it to share photos of their children.

Top tips for online safety:

  • Turn off location based settings
  • Check privacy settings
  • Ask permission

Yawning has broken: we need more sleep

A poll by Good Morning Britain has found more than half of us get fewer than 6 hours unbroken sleep each night. So if you're bleary-eyed this morning you're not alone.

Family doctors say that more and more of their time is being taken up dealing with people who are tired or exhausted.

New research by the Natural Hydration Council says that fatigue is the primary cause of one in five (21 per cent) of GP consultations in the UK. They are recommending that people drink 8-10 glasses of water a day, take some exercise, get enough sleep and eat regularly, particularly breakfast.

Dr Hilary's top tips for a better night's sleep:

Eat a slow release energy breakfast such as peanut butter, brown toast, muesli or banana.
Energising lunch such as chicken caesar salad or salmon, broccoli, spinach. Nothing heavy or starch that will give you an energy dip.
No screens in the bedrooms - no TV, phones or tablets.
Try to get 6-8 hours of sleep.
It's important to keep hydrated so drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol.

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Body of murder suspect Jed Allen found in woods

The body of triple murder suspect, Jed Allen, has been found in a wooded area in Oxford.

Police are set to formally identify Allen, 21, who was suspected of killing his mother, her partner and their six-year-old daughter in Didcot, Oxfordshire.

Former Detective Mark Williams-Thomas spoke to Good Morning Britain and said: "The sad reality is we'll never know

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George and Amal to move to the UK this summer

I got a house there. We’re fixing it up and we’re moving in at the end of the summer

– George Clooney on moving to Berkshire

Sonning in Berkshire is fast becoming Britain's answer to Beverly Hills after George Clooney and Amal become the latest celebrities to settle in the sleepy village.

Ross Kingcaught up with George at the premiere of his new movie, getting all of the news from the man himself on his move to the UK.

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