Breast cancer could be triggered by just one glass of wine a DAY

Breast cancer could be triggered by just one glass of wine a DAY International team found light drinking could increase risk of mouth, throat and breast cancerBut reviewers said study had many limitations and didn't mention the positive effect on heart health | UPDATED: 14:27 GMT, 19 September 2012 Light drinking: Previous studies have found it benefits the heart but the latest research found a link with breast cancer Just one glass of wine a day could trigger breast cancer and other tumours, scientists suggest.

Children exposed to anaesthetic early in life "have double risk of ADHD"

Children exposed to anaesthetic early in life 'have double risk of ADHD' Children given two or more doses of anaesthetic before they turned three years old had more than double the incidence of ADHD (file photo) Toddlers exposed to anaesthesia are more likely to develop attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a study has found.

Want your children to perform better at school and be happier? Then get them out on the playing field

Want your children to perform better at school and be happier Then get them out on the playing field Physical activity can improve academic achievement in children and teenagers (picture posed by models) Schoolchildren may be able to boost their classroom performance by getting out on the playing field, a study suggests. A review of previous research found evidence that physical activity can improve academic achievement in children and teenagers.