Postponing pregnancy slashes risk of most deadly form of breast cancer

Postponing pregnancy slashes risk of most deadly form of breast cancer Women who had their first child at least 15 years after their first period saw cancer risk drop by 60% However, breast feeding also found to have protective effect against the condition | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 It's good news for women who put their baby plans on hold so they can focus on their careers.

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.

Losing half a stone could halve a woman"s risk of getting breast cancer, researchers claim

Losing half a stone could halve a woman's risk of getting breast cancer, researchers claim | UPDATED: 06:46 GMT, 22 May 2012 Losing just over half a stone could dramatically lower the chance of developing breast cancer.

Stem cells jab "helps brain cancer patients tolerate chemotherapy"

Stem cells jab 'helps brain cancer patients tolerate chemotherapy' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:01 GMT, 9 May 2012 | UPDATED: 06:37 GMT, 10 May 2012 Stem cells have been transplanted into brain cancer patients for the first time in a bid to protect them against the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.

Progeria: Dean Andrews, 20, has the body of a 160-year-old due to rare condition

Britain's oldest 20-year-old man has the body of a 160-year-old due to rare condition Dean has progeria, which means his body ages eight times faster than normalHe says: 'I've never let the condition hold me back' | UPDATED: 07:43 GMT, 25 April 2012 Speaking out: Dean Andrews, 20, has told of his life with progeria, a rare ageing disease that meant he was unlikely to survive his early teens Europe’s oldest sufferer of a rare ageing disease has told how in just 20 years his body has become that of a 160-year-old.

Progeria: Britain"s oldest 20-year-old man has the body of a 160-year-old due to rare condition

Britain's oldest 20-year-old man has the body of a 160-year-old due to rare condition Dean has progeria, which means his body ages eight times faster than normalHe says: 'I've never let the condition hold me back' | UPDATED: 14:57 GMT, 24 April 2012 Speaking out: Dean Andrews, 20, has told of his life with progeria, a rare ageing disease that meant he was unlikely to survive his early teens Europe’s oldest sufferer of a rare ageing disease has told how in just 20 years his body has become that of a 160-year-old.