Taking Vitamin D 'may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease' | UPDATED: 06:49 GMT, 3 December 2012 Women should take Vitamin D supplements to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease, according to new research.
Shocking moment a ruined millionaire collapsed and DIED in court after “taking pill” as he was found guilty of torching his $3million home Michael Marin, 53, held head in his hands at court in Phoenix, ArizonaAppeared to put something in his mouth and went into convulsionsFather of four died later in hospital – toxicology tests orderedFire investigators said he had started fire at home in 2009 before escaping down a rope ladder wearing a scuba-diving suit | UPDATED: 19:23 GMT, 29 June 2012 A horrified court room looked on today as a man who had just been convicted of burning down his $3.5 million mansion collapsed and died in front of them.
'Germs occupy every nook and cranny of your body': Healthy people have over 10,000 species of bacteria living in or on them | UPDATED: 12:17 GMT, 14 June 2012 Humans have more than 10,000 species of germs living in or on them, with scientists claiming bacteria occupy virtually every nook and cranny of our bodies.
Woman, 22, given two life sentences for allowing professor, 49, to have sex with her five-month-old daughter Tessa L. Vanvlerah met professor online when they swapped child pornAllowed him to come to her house on several occasions to have sex with both her and her babyHe was sentenced to 37 years in jail
100,000 women undergo brutal genital mutilation illegally in Britain (and some of the victims are as young as TEN)Police have failed to bring forward a single convictionOnly two doctors have ever been struck off by the General Medical Council. Victims often suffer in silence and sometimes battle to stand or walkOne doctor offered to perform the procedure on a 10-year-old girl for £750
Sun-dried tomato alert: Health investigators link the celebrity chefs’ favourite to outbreak of hepatitis cases Health experts are investigating an outbreak of potentially deadly hepatitis linked to sun-dried tomatoes, it emerged yesterday.
A regular glass of red wine 'can help women ward off breast cancer' It may stain your teeth but red wine was found to reduce oestrogen levels, giving a protective effect against cancer Women who enjoy a regular glass of red wine could reduce their risk of breast cancer, according to a new medical study. The study, from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles challenges the widely-held belief that all types of alcohol consumption heighten the risk of developing breast cancer