The latest weapon against superbugs? An antibiotic made from human SWEAT

The latest weapon against superbugs An antibiotic made from human SWEAT Chemical in sweat called dermcidin kills harmful germsIs activated in salty, slightly acidic perspiration May now be used to develop infection-fighting drugs By Emily Payne PUBLISHED: 16:08 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:25 GMT, 22 February 2013 An antibiotic created from sweat could fend off hospital superbugs and deadly strains of TB, researchers say.

High fat diet may increase women"s risk of breast cancer later in life

High fat diet may increase a woman's risk of breast cancer later in life A high fat diet was linked to harmful metabolic changes and abnormal breast cell growth in miceThe fatty acid that was found to cause the metabolic changes is present in hydrogenated fats, widely used in the manufacture of biscuits and cakes | UPDATED: 10:48 GMT, 18 September 2012 Eating a poor diet early in life may increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer, research suggests.

Grilled chicken? Why "healthy" grilled food could actually be making you fat

Who's going to tell George Foreman Why 'healthy' grilled food could actually be making you fat Compound released when food cooks in dry heat can lead to weight gain and diabetesdigg] | UPDATED: 13:14 GMT, 24 August 2012 It is regarded as a healthier alternative to frying food.

Freed, the “thug in police uniform”: What jury weren”t told about the PC cleared of G20 killing

Freed, the “thug in police uniform”: What jury weren”t told about the PC cleared of G20 killingPC Harwood was subject of TEN complaints: racially abusing and punching girl, 14, and threatening to set fire to her father’s home; road-rage attack; throttling suspects during arrests; and unlawfully accessing police databaseIPCC says Harwood will face Met internal disciplinary proceedings

Excess exercise "hurts the heart" and cause dangerous long-term harm, say scientists

Excess exercise 'hurts the heart' and cause dangerous long-term harm, say scientists | UPDATED: 04:39 GMT, 4 June 2012 Extreme exercise such as marathons may permanently damage the heart and trigger rhythm abnormalities, warn researchers.

Aristolochic acid: Chinese herbal remedy "causes high rate of urinary tract cancer"

Chinese herbal remedy 'causes record high rate of urinary cancer in Taiwan' | UPDATED: 10:28 GMT, 12 April 2012 A banned substance still found in some Chinese herbal remedies sold illegally in the UK and U.S has been blamed for the high rate of urinary tract cancers in Taiwan.

Promising new treatment for seven cancers after single antibody found to shrink tumours from all of them

Hope of fresh treatment for seven cancers after single antibody is found to shrink tumours from all of them | UPDATED: 00:57 GMT, 27 March 2012 A drug that helps the immune system to break down cancerous tumours has been developed.

School-run mums set up fight on Facebook and brawled at 9am after dropping off their children

School-run mums set up fight on Facebook and brawled at 9am after dropping off their children. Mothers fell out in online dispute over who should be invited to a partyLorraine Couper, 30, told Joanna McVey, 25, to bring an AK47 assault rifle with her for the fight