Got a headache Try a little passion instead of a painkiller: One in five migraine sufferers had no symptoms after sex More than half of migraine sufferers who had sex during an attack experienced an improvement in symptomsOne in five were left without any pain at all, researchers found By Lucy Osborne PUBLISHED: 00:49 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:46 GMT, 4 March 2013 'Not tonight – I haven't got a headache' If you're suffering from a headache, retiring to bed may be the best solution.
Sleeping around at 60: Pensioners to get sex advice from council after rise in number of elderly people having one night standsCouncillor said old people were 'fitter' and 'more active'There has been an increase in all of the five main STDs in older age groups | UPDATED: 15:06 GMT, 25 September 2012 A sex advice leaflet for pensioners has been created by a council in response to increasing numbers of over-60s having casual sex.
Anyone for a tongue scraper – or a light to stick up your nose We look at popular products to see if they're worth buying By Lucy Elkins PUBLISHED: 23:06 GMT, 7 May 2012 | UPDATED: 23:07 GMT, 7 May 2012 Most of us are keen to preserve our health and when a new product comes on to the market that claims to do just that, the temptation can be great.
Do doctors take a daily aspirin As it's revealed the drug fights cancer as well as heart attacks, we ask the experts if THEY use it | UPDATED: 21:59 GMT, 26 March 2012 Humble aspirin, the staple of every medicine cabinet, is proving to be a remarkable drug.
Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the “standby” morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party seasonWomen will be encouraged to claim free pill by filling in online form This is the lurid advert encouraging women to stock up on the morning-after pill over the party season. It is part of a campaign launched by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service to try to reduce the numbers of unwanted pregnancies that traditionally increase at this time of year
Cameron “putting patient privacy at risk” with plan to share medical records with drugs companies Britain”s life sciences industry has a 50billion annual turnoverThousands could be given cancer drugs before they are approved by NHS under new strategy David Cameron has been accused of putting patients” privacy at risk over plans to share their medical records with private firms. The Prime Minister wants to change the NHS constitution to give drugs giants and other healthcare companies the right to access patients” confidential data in the hope it will help them develop new treatments. He outlined the plans today at the launch of the Strategy for UK Life Sciences in London.