Baby wipes are "as safe and effective" as Government-recommended cotton wool and water

Baby wipes are 'as safe and effective' as Government-recommended cotton wool and water Researchers tested one high street wipe against cotton wool and water on 280 babies over three yearsThey are now calling on National Institute of Clinical Excellence to change the advice it gives parents | UPDATED: 13:50 GMT, 31 May 2012 Baby wipes are as safe and effective as cotton wool and water and can even soothe nappy rash, according to scientists.

Jaina Haq, 6, examined 12 times by doctors after suffering head pain for a year had wooden bead up her nose (and her father found it)

Girl, 6, examined 12 times by doctors after suffering head pain for a year had wooden bead up her nose (and her father found it) Father used bike torch and cotton bud to remove the blockage GPs, dentists and hospital doctors all missed the bead for over 12 monthsSix-year-old suffered rattling breathing, ear infections, an altered voice and a smelly nose because of the obstruction A six-year-old girl endured a year of painful ear, nose and throat problems – because bungling medics failed to spot a wooden bead that was stuck up her nostril.

The scent of a man? It could be an STD, say scientists

The scent of a man It could be an STD, say scientists Women wondering whether or not to take the next step with a new man in their life should heed the advice of Russian scientists – and take a deep whiff. Sniffing a potential partner’s scent could tell if Mr Right has a sexually transmitted disease, according to a new study.