Alcohol is 'responsible for 4% of cancer deaths' but doctors are failing to emphasise the risks, warn expertsStudy by Department of Medicine at Boston University Medical CentreFound that reducing alcohol intake reduces the risk of developing cancerResearchers found that alcohol resulted in around 20,000 U.S.
Viruses 'are not to blame for ME': Study rules out old theory 'once and for all' Researchers thought bugs in blood may trigger illnessBut experts say latest study proves this was wrongInvestigation done at New York's Columbia University | UPDATED: 06:42 GMT, 18 September 2012 The debilitating condition ME is not caused by viruses, according to a study which claims to dismiss this theory ‘once and for all’.
Getting lost in a good book can help keep you healthy | UPDATED: 22:58 GMT, 25 August 2012 Benefits of the brain: Books can improve your brain capacity Reading is good for you.
Over half of 'high street' sunglasses on sale in the UK fail to meet EU safety standards Researchers found higher price did not guarantee safety of high street sunglasses | UPDATED: 11:43 GMT, 24 July 2012 More than half of budget sunglasses purchased on the High Street fail to meet strict EU safety standards, a shocking new study has found.
Why you should love your…small breasts: Being an A-cup is GOOD for your health The correlation between breast size and developing type 2 diabetes is related to how breasts develop during puberty Women with small breasts may be at lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those with more ample bosoms. Researchers at Harvard University, in the U.S., and the University of Toronto, in Canada, surveyed 92,106 women and found those who had a D-cup or larger at the age of 20 were at around three times higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those with an A-cup