Seeing as you're going to be gazing at lungs anyway at The O2's Body Worlds show, why not test your own?
The British Lung Foundation is offering arena visitors the chance to gauge the age of their lungs for free on Wednesday.
Goldman Sachs has groomed politicians, more than one treasury secretary, and more than a few millionaires. But the history of the 139-year-old Wall Street giant has long been shrouded by "a near fetish for no publicity".
The Wharf meets Charles D Ellis, the man who painstakingly uncovered Goldman's inside story.
Morgan Stanley looks set to be the next Wharf bank to make major job cuts as the economic gloom sinks lower over London.
Up to 1,100 jobs are expected to be culled at the American bank's Canary Wharf headquarters, despite recent moves taken to avoid meltdown along the lines of Lehman Brothers. A decision is expected to be made in the next few days.
The future landscape of Canary Wharf is beginning to take shape after Mayor Boris Johnson rubber-stamped three major developments.
The London figurehead approved plans for West India Dock's Crossrail station, the 7.98 hectare Wood Wharf office and residential scheme, and the 37-storey Newfoundland hotel near Heron Quays.
The â€śuse it or lose itâ€? theory applies to your brain in the same way it does to any other organ.
Eat right for your brain. Your brain requires healthy fats to function properly and efficiently. The body canâ€™t produce these essential fats so your brain needs to get them from food sources.
Bermondsey boxer David Haye has threatened to knock Monte Barrett out in three rounds when they meet on Saturday night.
The duo came face to face in a heated press conference in which Barrett was scathing of his treatment by Haye's publicity team.
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A faulty train at Canary Wharf caused problems for commuters using the Jubilee Line this morning.
Passengers heading into work had to deal with severe delays on the line from 8.34am, and disruption continued throughout the morning rush hour.
THE MAYORâ€™S offer to push on with the Silvertown Crossing is poor consolation for scrapping the Thames Gateway Bridge, according to London Assembly Member John Biggs.
Mr Biggs said that, while he supported a crossing at Silvertown, the Thames Gateway Bridge was still essential.