Half of all British men will be likely to develop cancer by the year 2027, as risk of disease continues to grow

Half of all British men will be likely to develop cancer by the year 2027, as threat of disease continues to grow Risk of men developing cancer in their lifetime will rise from 44 per cent to 50 per cent in 15 years time, according to predictionsForms of cancer most likely to affect people are skin, bowel and prostateAround 416,000 people in the UK are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in 2027, compared with 324,000 in 2010, Cancer Research UK said | UPDATED: 08:35 GMT, 19 December 2012 Half of Britain's male population will be likely to face a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime by the year 2027, experts have predicted.

Youngest ever baby to undergo open heart surgery goes home for the first time

Our little Christmas miracle: Parents' joy as youngest ever baby to have open heart surgery goes home for the first time Five-month-old Jessica Muse is believed to be the youngest person ever to undergo open heart surgery when she was just 30 minutes oldLittle girl was born hypoplastic left-heart syndrome, meaning she essentially had half a heart as the left side did not workFinally gone home after nine operations and two rounds of open heart surgery | UPDATED: 14:00 GMT, 13 December 2012 A baby girl who underwent open heart surgery at just 30 minutes old has been allowed home for the first time ever to celebrate Christmas.

After same no scalpel facelift as Jennifer Aniston, one woman"s diary of her transformation

Sorry to my face for all I've put it through (but I'd do it again…): After a Jennifer Aniston-style no scalpel facelift, one woman's diary of her transformation By Kay Goddard PUBLISHED: 21:21 GMT, 16 June 2012 | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 17 June 2012 I would like to begin with an apology – first to my teenage son for scaring the living daylights out of him, secondly to my sister who was so shocked at my swollen, bloodied appearance that she stayed with me and my son overnight in case I never woke up again.

Bionic eye could help blind to see thanks to camera glasses and a wafer thin chip

Bionic eye could help blind to see thanks to camera glasses and a wafer thin chip Device replaces the function of rods and cones in the back of the eye | UPDATED: 16:06 GMT, 14 June 2012 A retinal implant could one day be used to restore vision lost through injury or disease, after it gave a brief glimpse of light to a group of patients.

Spring into shape now: From fitness ‘snacking’ to the three-chew challenge – here’s how to lose that winter flab

Spring into shape now From 'fitness snacking' to the 'three-chew challenge' – how to lose that winter flab | UPDATED: 00:41 GMT, 2 April 2012 'Fitness snacking': Regularly exercise in short bursts if you want to lose weight The temperatures might have dropped again but our recent heat wave offered a tantalising glimpse of the summer ahead.