Schools should exclude children who have not had MMR jab, says leading scientistDr Craig Venter, a leading biologist, said unvaccinated children are a 'hazard to society'Department of Health said that such measures were unnecessary and risked alienating parents By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 08:44 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:58 GMT, 25 April 2013 Schools should have the right to refuse access to pupils who have not had the MMR jab, a leading scientist has said.
I want to enjoy my last days – not waste them having chemo: Doctor Kate Granger tells why she's stopped the treatment that could prolong her life | UPDATED: 21:33 GMT, 1 October 2012 A year ago, Dr Kate Granger was diagnosed with terminal cancer aged 29.
How the eggs factor reveals your personality: Outgoing people like them poached while frying fans are hot stuff in bedScientists researched the psychology of consumer choiceThe preference of how to cook an egg reveals personality traits and secrets about social class and even sex drive
Third of women with right to IVF rejected by GPs who don't know enough about fertility treatment | UPDATED: 03:55 GMT, 28 August 2012 One out of three women with right to In Vitro Fertilisation on the NHS are denied the treatment One in three women are being refused IVF on the NHS even though they have the right to treatment, a report has found.
Father offers man who slept with his underage daughter jail time for statutory rape… or a “brutal spanking” (guess which one he chooses)
“Even though it hurts me, it makes me feel good”: Girl who can”t stop drinking GASOLINE despite knowing it could kill her. If smelling gasoline weren”t a health hazard enough, meet the girl who drinks it.
Drink to a healthy old age…
How dust mites can relieve asthma by re-tuning the immune system A tablet made from a protein found in house dust mites could revolutionise the treatment of asthma.
Who are you calling slow 70-year-olds can be trained to make accurate decisions as quickly as younger generations You might have thought that people of 70 aren’t as mentally quick off the mark as they used to be. Well think again. They can have reactions as fast as 25-year-olds, a study reveals.