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.

Yo-yo dieting is NOT bad for you as it won"t stop you losing weight in the long run

Yo-yo dieting is NOT bad for you and won't stop you losing weight in the long run No difference in the ability to lose weight or take part in exercises between those who yo-yo dieted and those who didn't | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 15 August 2012 Yo-yo dieting may be demoralising, but people trying to watch their weight will be relieved to hear that it won't stop them from shedding pounds in the long run.

Propecia pills: William McKee claims hair growth pills made him develop breasts and wide hips

Balding software engineer claims generic version of Propecia hair growth pills turned him into a WOMAN | UPDATED: 16:41 GMT, 23 July 2012 A man who took pills to help cure his baldness has claimed they turned him into a woman.

"Manly" hormone actually makes women want to pleasure themselves more rather than have sex

Testosterone makes women want to pleasure themselves rather than have sex | UPDATED: 16:59 GMT, 22 June 2012 Libido lift Women who had higher levels of testosterone were more likely to pleasure themselves It has long been assumed that men typically want to have sex more often than women because they have higher levels of testosterone.

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Teenagers more likely to be grumpy with winter blues if they were born in spring

Teenagers more likely to be grumpy with winter blues if they were born in spring Exposure to natural light in early days of life may somehow programme the nervous system Winter blues: Seasonal affective disorder has been linked to how much sunlight a baby is exposed to in the days following birth Teenage mood swings are usually blamed on hormonal changes, relationship problems or simple contempt for overbearing parents.