Mothers-to-be "can safely enjoy two drinks a week without harming their baby" (and their child may be better behaved than if they abstained)

Mothers-to-be 'can safely enjoy two drinks a week without harming their baby' (and their child may be better behaved than if they abstained) Mothers should feel more relaxed about occasional tipple, research findsLight drinking does not adversely affect toddler developmentAnd it could even improve child's development in maths, reading and spatial skills By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 22:12 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:13 GMT, 16 April 2013 Pregnant women who enjoy a couple of glasses of wine each week will not harm their baby’s development, claim researchers.

Could could be effective in the battle against prostate cancer according to scientists

Could carrots beat prostate cancer Vegetable and other foods rich in Vitamin A help make disease more treatable Acid in Vitamin A can stop cancer spreading to surrounding tissueScientists dub the development as 'exciting' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:25 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:25 GMT, 16 April 2013 Carrots could be used in the fight against prostate cancer Carrots are the new weapon in the war against prostate cancer, scientists have claimed.

Doctors talk as if we"re not there, say a quarter of patients while a third don"t understand what they are being told

Doctors talk as if we're not there, say a quarter of patients while a third don't understand what they are being told Annual NHS survey shows care has improved overall since last yearBut campaigners still disappointed by some of the results A fifth of patients didn't necessarily trust the doctor treating them By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 23:43 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:16 GMT, 17 April 2013 One in four patients says their doctors talk over them as if they weren’t there, according to a major survey.

The little girl who"s had her life-saving oxygen supply fitted to her toy suitcase

Free to explore, the little girl with chronic lung disease whose life-saving oxygen supply is fitted to her Trunki toy suitcase Eight-year-old Jessica needs oxygen from a tank to avoid brain damageSuffers from conditions such as cerebral palsy and chronic lung diseaseCurrent mobile oxygen supplies were too big, so her mum had to carry themHas now had her Trunki – a toy suitcase – modified to carry the cylinder By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 17:17 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 19:54 GMT, 16 April 2013 Eight-year-old Jessica, with foster mother Carolyn, has become the first person to have her life-saving oxygen supply transported in her toy luggage An eight-year-old girl has become the first person to be given a life-saving oxygen supply in her toy luggage.

What REALLY causes migraines? New research suggests extra sensitive nerves may be to blame

What REALLY causes migraines New research suggests extra sensitive nerves may be to blame Until now, migraine pain was thought to be caused by an expansion of the arteries on the outside of the skullBut MRI scans found that the arteries don't expandNew research suggests pain may be due to nerve fibres around the blood vessels becoming extra sensitive By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 15:20 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:29 GMT, 16 April 2013 Danish scientists have made a key discovery in what triggers a migraine – a step that could pave the way for better treatment of the debilitating condition.

Old age is simply a state of mind – and enjoying life to the full can keep you young

Old age is simply a 'state of mind' – and enjoying life to the full can keep you young People who perceive themselves as old are more likely to quit activities which could help keep them youngKey examples include socialising and regular exercise author] PUBLISHED: 15:54 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:00 GMT, 16 April 2013 Age is nothing but a number, according to new research that suggests you're only as old as you let yourself feel.

Wales measles outbreak: New case every two hours

New case of measles being diagnosed every two HOURS in South Wales epidemicNumber of children infected with virus has hit 765A further 72 have caught infection over past week Experts say epidemic shows no sign of slowing down By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 17:28 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:28 GMT, 16 April 2013 Immunise: The only answer to the measles outbreak A child is being diagnosed with measles every two hours in the South Wales epidemic – with the total now standing at 765.

Sales of slimming products soar as people frantically diet in time for summer

Rise of the Boomerang dieters: Sales of slimming products soar as we all start dieting again in time for summer Sales of diet products up 46%, says online pharmacyLargely driven by people who began dieting in January, but who quickly failed, says Chemist DirectNow frantically trying to slim as summer approaches By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 10:29 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 10:47 GMT, 15 April 2013 Chemist Direct claims that sales of products such as Slimfast and BioBurn have risen by 46 per cent If you are frantically trying to get in shape for the summer after a failed New Year diet, you are not alone.

Men DO fake orgasms and they do it out of KINDNESS, says Harvard academic

Men DO fake orgasms – because they care more about their partner's feelings than their own A third of men have admitted faking orgasmsThey do it out of love, kindness and sexual insecurity, according to Dr Abraham Morgentaler, a urologistHe says that once men are in committed relationships, they care about their partners more than themselves By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 11:14 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:14 GMT, 15 April 2013 It has long been known that women can be guilty of faking the throes of passion in the bedroom, but a surprising number of men feign orgasms too, according to research carried out by a Harvard academic.

Elderly patient dubbed "the invisible man" by coroner was ignored by hospital doctors for 3 DAYS before he died

Patient dubbed 'the invisible man' by a coroner was ignored by hospital doctors for three DAYS before he died Walter Coles, 88, was transferred to Wycombe Hospital last summerBut senior doctors were unaware of his arrival and his care was 'overlooked' The only documentation of his stay 'verged on useless', an inquest heardAs well as not being examined, his medication chart went missing .