The whitening toothpaste that can make teeth darker: Advert starring Katy Hill banned after customers say product didn"t work

The whitening toothpaste that can make teeth darker: Advert starring Katy Hill banned after customers say product didn't work | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 17 October 2012 TV commercials fronted by Blue Peter’s Katy Hill insisted that Arm & Hammer’s Advanced Whitening toothpaste could deliver a shiny, bright smile – just like hers.

Breastlight: Thousands misled by torch that claims detect breast cancer

Thousands of women misled by £80 torch that claims to detect breast cancer The Breastlight has been ruled as 'misleading' by advertising watchdogThe device claims to help women spot the first signs of tumoursThe Advertising Standards Authority said the advertising was 'irresponsible' More than 20,000 have been sold worldwide since 2006 | UPDATED: 07:10 GMT, 10 October 2012 'Misled': The £86 Breastlight device, which claims to help women spot the first signs of tumours, has misled thousands of women the advertising watchdog has ruled Thousands of women have been ‘misled’ into buying a torch which claims to detect breast cancer, the advertising watchdog has ruled.

Parents who catch illnesses from their children cost the UK economy 17 billion a year and 190 million sick days

Coughing up for poorly parents: Mums and dads who catch colds from their offspring cost UK economy 17bn a year | UPDATED: 15:45 GMT, 29 March 2012 Poorly parents who pick up a cough or cold from their children take a staggering 190 million sick days a year at a cost of 17 billion to the UK economy.

Oral cancer risk trebles after just two glasses of wine a day

Oral cancer risk trebles after just two glasses of wine a day Two million leaflets will be sent to health professionals to get drinkers to cut down on alcohol Drinkers will be told to have alcohol-free days and not drink at home before going out Warning: A new advertising campaign will warn that drinking two large glasses of wine a day triples the risk of mouth cancer Just two glasses of wine or two strong pints of beer a day can treble the risk of mouth cancer, ministers warn.