"Fake tan can cause fertility problems": Users warned the lotions could harm unborn babies and trigger cancer

Does a woman risk fertility problems by using fake tan 'Cocktail' of chemicals in products can affect development of babies | UPDATED: 06:52 GMT, 23 July 2012 Women who use fake tan could put themselves at an increased risk of fertility problems and having babies with birth defects, according to experts.

First drug to help prevent HIV gets FDA approval and will be made available to those at high risk of infection

The first drug which can PREVENT HIV: Pills reduce risk by up to 75% in at risk heterosexual couples Public health advocates say pill could slow spread of HIVAIDS Healthcare Foundation warn drug could give patients a false sense of security digg] | UPDATED: 07:24 GMT, 17 July 2012 Groundbreaking: Truvada will be available as a preventive measure for people who are at high risk of acquiring HIV through sexual activity A drug that protects people at risk of HIV from infection has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Chemicals in household items are "causing huge increase in cancer, obesity and falling fertility"

Chemicals in household items are 'causing huge increase in cancer, obesity and falling fertility' Among the everyday items containing endocrine disrupting chemicals are food, cosmetics and drugs | UPDATED: 13:47 GMT, 11 May 2012 Chemicals found in household products may be causing significant increases in cancers, diabetes, obesity and falling fertility, the European Environment Agency has warned.

"No evidence" that mobile phones damage health: new comprehensive review claims

'No evidence' that mobile phones damage your health, unless you use them while driving Children should still be discouraged from excessive phone useDriving while using a mobile remains the only established health risk | UPDATED: 00:21 GMT, 26 April 2012 Convincing evidence that mobile phones damage health is yet to surface despite an 'explosion' in research – a new study claims.

Five more babies monitored for deadly infection that has killed three children and left three more fighting for life

Five more babies monitored for deadly infection that has killed three children and left three more fighting for life Three babies have died and three more fighting for life after contracting the bacterial infection pseudomonas Another five babies are being monitored for an infection which killed three newborns in hospital.