Milk and sugary foods DO increase the risk of acne, say researchers who looked at 50 years of research

Milk and sugary foods DO increase the risk of acne, say researchers who looked at 50 years of research Review of 50 years of clinical studies indicates there IS a link between diet and acne after allHigh GI diets are one culprit, as they cause peaks in blood sugar and hormonal fluctuationsSkimmed milk in particular may also trigger outbreaks due to hormones used in processing it, say experts By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 04:11 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:59 GMT, 20 February 2013 It's been a subject of debate for decades, but it seems diet really does have an impact on a person's complexion.

Christmas parties are key culprits in spreading winter vomiting bug Norovirus

Christmas parties are key culprits in spreading the winter vomiting bug, which can be contagious for THREE WEEKS Norovirus expert Professor Ian Clarke says people can be infectious for THREE WEEKS after recoveringHe believes people hugging and kissing at parties is increasing the spreadSales of anti-bacterial hand gel have soared 52 per cent this weekAround 900,000 people now thought be affected By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 14:28 GMT, 20 December 2012 | UPDATED: 18:54 GMT, 20 December 2012 Christmas parties are causing the winter vomiting bug to spread rapidly as sufferers are attending while still infectious, warns a norovirus expert.

Beyond the pale: Website offers a look at the world”s most terrible tans

They”re beyond the pale! Take a look at the world”s most terrible tans. These days, it could be called the Jersey Shore effect.

Cancer Drugs Fund: Millions haven"t been spent – and patients are paying the price

Cancer fund betrayal: It promised 200m for vital drugs, but millions haven”t been spent – and patients are paying the price Patients being turned down in underspent regions – with some funding their own drugs The flagship fund set up by the Government to provide life-extending drugs for cancer sufferers is millions of pounds underspent while patients are still being rejected for treatment. Almost 200million was allocated to the Cancer Drugs Fund during this financial year yet alarming figures show that in some areas less than one-fifth of money has been spent.