T-DM1: New "smart" drug for breast cancer extends women"s live by almost six months

New 'smart' drug for breast cancer extends women's lives by almost six months Novel treatment also reduces toxic side effects including hair lossDrug combines Herceptin and a chemotherapy agent Campaigners say it offers 'precious lifeline' for those with most aggressive cancer | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 1 October 2012 A new ‘smart’ drug for breast cancer extends women’s lives by almost six months while reducing toxic side effects – including hair loss.

How counselling can help ease the pain for victims of rheumatoid arthritis

Beating arthritis is all in your head: Pain of joint condition can be eased through counselling | UPDATED: 04:27 GMT, 28 June 2012 Painful: Sufferers of arthritis could benefit from psychological intervention, according to experts Arthritis sufferers could have their pain eased by learning to cope with the condition through counselling, scientists have claimed.

Back pain at work? You"re not happy enough, claim scientists

Suffering from back pain at work Smiling more could help, say scientists By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 14:23 GMT, 23 April 2012 | UPDATED: 14:24 GMT, 23 April 2012 Tensed up People with a positive attitude are more likely to recover from back pain, say scientists Anyone who has suffered with the agony of a bad back in the office may not be best pleased to hear it could be down to their mood.

You will live longer if you TELL people you"re healthy as positive thinking lengthens life

You will live longer if you TELL people you're healthy, as positive thinking lengthens life Those who feel 'well' outlive those in 'poor' stateTrend remains despite other risk factors First long-term study to show relationship between self-rated health and mortality Promoting your own wellbeing will help you live longer, say scientists.

Trauma can be GOOD for you, says psychologist who helped survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster

Trauma can be GOOD for you, says psychologist who helped survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster Many of the survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster talked about positive changes in their lives On Friday, March 6, 1987, a large ferry called the Herald Of Free Enterprise left the port of Zeebrugge, Belgium, bound for England.