A quarter of people with HIV have no idea they're infected – and are unwittingly passing it on These people are responsible for passing on up to 75 per cent of new cases, a leading expert claims Straight men are the least likely to be testedMany people embarrassed to admit they have condition, preventing them from getting appropriate treament By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 00:22 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 14 February 2013 A quarter of people who are HIV positive have no idea they are infected – and pass on up to 75 per cent of new cases, research shows.
Cancer will no longer be 'a death sentence': DNA-based treatment to transform lives within 10 years, say scientists Scientists 'close to radical technique to develop personalised treatments'Want to sequence DNA of tumours in patients to deliver tailored treatmentCould help patients to carry on for a decade in relatively good healthHopes that cancer could become a chronic disease rather than a killer It would pave way for radical forms of diagnosis, surveillance and therapy By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 04:17 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:28 GMT, 29 January 2013 Cancer will become a manageable condition rather than a death sentence within a decade, experts boldly predicted yesterday.
Middle-class professionals are turning to legal highs 'to avoid being classed as illegal drug users' Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, a leading consultant psychiatrist, said many educated young people mistakenly think the drugs are not harmfulSays people use them to avoid stigma of drugs such as cocaine and heroin His specialist hospital unit has been inundated with referrals from those taking legal highs | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 27 December 2012 An increasing number of young professionals are taking legal highs to avoid being classed as illegal drug users (posed by model) An increasing number of young professionals are taking legal highs to avoid being classed as illegal drug users, a leading expert has warned.
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Mud, Ma'am Wedge wellies make a fashion splash and get Royal seal of approval from Queen's boot-maker (and ballet royalty, too) Royal warrant-holding boot-maker Hunter sells wedged and heeled welliesDarcey Bussell, Nancy Dell-Ollio, Tulisa and Katy Price love wedge wellies | UPDATED: 13:05 GMT, 23 November 2012 Despite being ridiculed when they first appeared, wedged wellingtons have quickly become must-have footwear.
EXCLUSIVE: She's back! Made in Chelsea star Caggie Dunlop models her new clothing line – and says the reality show 'wasn't good for her mind or soul' | UPDATED: 23:18 GMT, 23 November 2012 She is the original Chelsea girl whose soft southern accent and glamorous Rolls-Royce entrance on hit E4 show Made in Chelsea back in 2011 quickly won her an army of fans nationwide.