Child expert warns that Shane Warne's kids could be harmed by spousal feud

Sydney, Sept.26 : A child expert has warned both Shane Warne and his ex-wife Simone Callahan to end their public feud over an alleged affair for the sake of their three children.

The Australian Counselling Association's Philip Armstrong said the Warne's tit-for-tat claims over the end of their relationship could damage their children Brooke, 10, Jackson, 8 and Summer, 5.

Armstrong was particularly scathing of the tell-all interview Simone gave to New Idea about an alleged affair revealed by yet another wayward text message.

`Leopard' Warney can't change his spots, says his wife Simone

Sept.25: The war of words between former Australian leg spinner Shane Warne and his estranged wife Simone show no signs of abating.

A day after Warne accused Simone of taking advantage of his hard-earned fame to malign him through their personnel differences, Simone described her ex-husband as a "leopard who couldn't change his spots".

According to The Daily Telegraph, relations between Shane and Simone have deteriorated into verbal warfare over his latest alleged new text messaging affair scandal.

Simone caught Shane Warne one more time for cheating

Shane Warne with Simone
Sydney, Sept 24: Spin bowling wizard Shane Warne has again cheated on his wife, Simone Callahan, it has been revealed.

Simone split up with Warne after she discovered an incriminating text message while getting the children ready for school.

Simone told New Idea magazine that she received a text message from Warne that said: “Hey beautiful, I’m just talking to my kids, the back door’s open”.

Regular Steroid Intake Could Benefit Premature Babies

SteroidsA new research has discovered that repeated doses of corticoids in pregnancy could lessen the risk of neonatal death.

The newest study carried out by scientists from Adelaide University has discovered that regular intake of steroids by a pregnant woman, who was at risk of premature delivery, to lessen body inflammation, had benefits for the unborn child.

Australia could drop Queen as head of state, says opposition leader

London, Sept.22 : The Queen could be dropped as Australia’s head of state within three years under plans drawn up by the man tipped to be the country’s next prime minister.

Labour Party leader Kevin Rudd is surging ahead in the polls and is expected to deliver a humiliating defeat to the government of Prime Minister John Howard at an election due within weeks.

A staunch republican, Rudd wants Australia to cut its constitutional ties with Britain, replacing the Queen with an elected president, reports The Telegraph.

Sleepless nights can turn kids obese in adulthood

ObesitySept 22: Parents need to make sure that their kids get a good night's sleep, for a new study by researchers from the University of Queens land in Brisbane suggests that children who don't get enough of sleep are more likely to become obese when they grow up.

The scientists have found that lack of sleep prevented the body from producing sufficient quantities of a hormone that repressed appetite.