It's not just what you eat, but when: Eating lunch too late may make you fat Those who eat lunch after 3pm shed fewer pounds than those eating earlierLate eaters were also more likely to skip eating breakfast By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 10:07 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:03 GMT, 29 January 2013 Late eaters displayed a slower weight-loss rate It's not just what you eat – it's also when you eat that is key to losing weight, according to a new study.
Cancer patients who say No to a mastectomy 'more likely to survive' By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 01:15 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 28 January 2013 Many women diagnosed with breast cancer choose to have a mastectomy thinking it will remove the tumours as quickly as possible and give them the best chance of survival Women stand a better chance of surviving breast cancer if they don’t have a mastectomy, a major study has found.
Just a 15 minute stroll four times a week can reduce the risk of an early death by 40% Fresh air and exercise can boost the immune system, strengthen bones and reduce obesityRegular walking also means better physical health, better strength and a reduced risk of injuries from falls By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:30 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:35 GMT, 15 January 2013 Even a 15-minute stroll in the open air gives a better chance of extending longevity by a few years Older people who take a short walk just four times a week reduce the risk of an early death by a staggering 40 per cent.
'I wish I could thank the mother who saved my son's life': Mum's delight as toddler beats leukaemia with stem cells donated by mystery woman in the US William Morris was diagnosed with leukaemia at just six weeks old and intensive chemotherapy failed to eradicate the diseaseHe needed a stem cell transplant to help his body make new blood cellsA match was found in the U.S.
A patch from a cow's heart rebuilt my liver: Pioneering surgery sees British woman saved by bovine tickerMichelle Morgan-Grainger, 42, had been told her liver cancer was incurableShe was saved by xenotransplantation – animal organ donation The surgery saw tissue from a cow's heart used to re-build her liver | UPDATED: 22:28 GMT, 29 December 2012 Second chance: Michelle Morgan-Grainger was first told her cancer was incurable A British woman has become one of the first to benefit from pioneering surgery that uses tissue taken from a cow’s heart to rebuild the liver.
Smart new cancer drugs shrank my tumours by half in just eight weeks | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 18 December 2012 When Irene Mullen was diagnosed with lung cancer in April last year, she and her family were naturally devastated.
Doctor heal thyself…
Mother-of-six who coughed up an entire TUMOUR a year ago is declared cancer free Claire Osborn started coughing and a 2cm cancerous lump flew out of her mouthShe was initially given a 50% chance of survivalShe is now applying to Guinness World Records as she may be the only person to cough up an entire tumour A mother-of-six who coughed up a tumour a year ago has been told she is now free of cancer.
How does it feel to live with a death sentence for 7 months – then find it was a mistake | UPDATED: 22:35 GMT, 20 August 2012 On his 50th birthday in July, post office manager Andy Goode went surfing in Cornwall with his wife Kate, 47, their daughter Rachel, 11, and a group of close friends.
How F1 wizardry that helps Jenson Button go faster is saving children in intensive care | UPDATED: 23:31 GMT, 18 August 2012 Children in intensive care are being monitored by the same technology developed to analyse the performance of Formula 1 cars driven by Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.