Caught on canvas! The hyperrealistic drawings that look so good you could mistake them for photographs. The first time you see Dirk Dzimirsky”s hyperrealistic drawings, you”re convinced they”re black and white photographs.
Vitamin A 'makes prostate cancer more susceptible to chemotherapy' Cancer stem cells are more likely to survive if person has low levels of vitamin AVitamin A is found naturally in oily fish, milk, cheese and eggs | UPDATED: 13:40 GMT, 5 September 2012 Grilled salmon is a good source of Vitamin A.
Woman, 21, may never speak again after losing her voice in February because of severe laryngitis Alice has had to give up her job as a lifeguard as she cannot communicate with swimmersShe cannot receive disability benefits until she has had no voice for a year | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 3 September 2012 Alice Mitchell, 21, shows the sign language symbol for the voice.
Is this the future for career women Top surgeon recommends ovarian grafts to delay motherhood Women could wait until they were 47 before starting a family, says fertility expert | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 4 July 2012 Women could delay having babies and the menopause with an ovary transplant, according to the surgeon who carried out the first such operation.
Is this the future for career women Top surgeon recommends ovarian grafts to delay motherhood Women could wait until they were 47 before starting a family, says fertility expert | UPDATED: 12:00 GMT, 4 July 2012 The pioneering surgeon behind the world's first ovary transplant says women could use the same technique to delay childbearing and the menopause.
Mothers refusing to breastfeed because six-month target is too high and puts many off, say experts Unhelpful target: The number of women who breastfeed will not increase unless the targets are lowered, say experts Mothers told to breast feed for the first six months are being given unhelpful and unrealistic advice, a new report claim.
Another woman may be having our child: Heartbroken couple learn IVF clinic has lost their embryos The embryos “were like gold dust”, says devastated mother-of-one A couple seeking to have a child via IVF have been shocked to learn that their precious frozen embryos have gone missing. Alison Austen-Hennessy and her husband Michael were left reeling after a consultant at the private Chaucer Hospital in Canterbury, Kent, admitted the embryos had been lost