Infants born by C-section are five times more likely to develop allergies

Caesarean babies at higher risk of allergies: Infants born by C-section are five times more likely to suffer common reactions Babies left vulnerable by avoiding natural journey through birth canalThe journey would normally expose the baby to their mother's bacteriaBy the age of two, C-section babies more likely to have developed allergies By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:55 GMT, 24 February 2013 | UPDATED: 23:55 GMT, 24 February 2013 Caesarian birth greatly increases a baby’s chances of developing allergies, a study has found.

Didier Jambart who said Parkinson"s drug made him a "gay sex addict" awarded 160k by French court

Loving husband who claimed Parkinson's drug turned him into a 'gay sex addict' wins 160,000 compensation in a French courtDidier Jambart, of Nantes, France, was an upstanding member of the community before he started taking RequipBut it soon turned him into a gambler and sex addict who sold his children's toys for cashHis wife, who has stood by him throughout, was with him as he wept with relief in court after the ruling | UPDATED: 16:42 GMT, 29 November 2012 A Parkinson's sufferer has won a six figure pay-out against a drug giant after his medication turned him into a 'gay sex and gambling addict'.

The Curious Case of the Clark brothers: The grown men turning back to children before their mother"s eyes

The Curious Case of the Clark brothers: The grown men turning back to children before their mother's eyesBrothers Michael, 42, and Matthew Clark, 39, from Hull, have been diagnosed with leukodystrophyThe condition has turned them into young boys, trapped in adult bodies | UPDATED: 13:29 GMT, 26 November 2012 Like Christine and Anthony Clark, dealing with children's petty squabbles, tantrums and bad sleeping patterns is a daily battle familiar to most young parents.

Women¿s hearts ¿get twice the benefit from fish oil than mens¿

Women's hearts 'get twice the benefit from fish oil than men's Oils found in salmon, mackerel and tuna improve chances of surviving a repeat heart attackIn tests, women had double the benefit compared with menAt least 39,000 women suffer heart attacks every year | UPDATED: 11:23 GMT, 12 October 2012 Eating oily fish may boost women’s heart health more than men’s, claim researchers.

Cancers on the rise in pregnant women as mothers get older

Older mothers are 'more likely to get cancer during pregnancy' In 2007, 192 out of every 100,000 pregnant and postpartum women were diagnosed with cancer – up from 112 per 100,000 women in 1994In the same period the number of pregnant women aged over 35 increased from 13-24 per centThe rise may also be due to increasing diagnosis and pregnancy hormones affecting tumour growth | UPDATED: 09:57 GMT, 20 September 2012 Women who delay motherhood are more likely to get cancer whilst pregnant, a study has found.

Dr Ellie Cannon"s guide on how to beat the back-to-school bugs

How to beat the back to school bugs: A guide on tackling the term-time ailments | UPDATED: 21:55 GMT, 8 September 2012 /09/08/article-2200274-14E86E6F000005DC-844_308x275.jpg” width=”308″ height=”275″ alt=”Lice are parasitic insects between 1mm and 3mm long that live on the head and feed on human blood” class=”blkBorder” /> WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS An itchy head – this may start three months after the initial infection of head lice.

Tragic brothers, 39 and 42, suffering from "Benjamin Button syndrome" have regressed to the age of 10

Tantrums and tragedy: Brothers, 39 and 42, suffering from 'Benjamin Button syndrome' regress to the age of 10Brothers have terminal leukodystrophy – it is so rare there are only 100 people affected in the whole of the UK | UPDATED: 13:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 Two brothers have developed an age-reversing disease, which has abruptly halted their adulthood and instead leaves them behaving like young children.

Father in agony for eight months after bungling surgery staff leave 19-inch swab inside his body

Father in agony for eight months after bungling surgery staff leave 19in swab inside his body | UPDATED: 15:00 GMT, 23 April 2012 A father was left in agony for nearly eight months, after surgeons left an 18inch swab inside his body.

People who get headrushes "are at greater risk of suffering heart failure"

People who get headrushes 'are at greater risk of suffering heart failure' Heart failure occurs when the organ has trouble pumping enough blood around the body | UPDATED: 16:40 GMT, 21 March 2012 Dizzy spell: Caused by a rapid drop in blood pressure known as orthostatic hypotension People who feel light-headed and woozy when they jump out of bed may have a higher risk of developing heart failure.