The Western diet really IS a killer: People who eat white bread, butter and red meat are most likely to die young

The Western diet really IS a killer: People who eat white bread, butter and red meat are most likely to die young Those who ate fried and unhealthy food had doubled risk of early deathKey culprits include red meat, white bread, butter, cream and sweet foods Findings 'help explain' why heart disease is still the UK's biggest killer By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:20 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:08 GMT, 17 April 2013 The typical Western diet, high in fat and sugar, really does lead to an early grave, new research suggests.

The Western diet really IS a killer: People who eat white bread, butter and read meat are most likely to die young

The Western diet really IS a killer: People who eat white bread, butter and read meat are most likely to die young Those who ate fried and unhealthy food had doubled risk of early deathKey culprits include red meat, white bread, butter, cream and sweet foods Findings 'help explain' why heart disease is still the UK's biggest killer By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:20 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:20 GMT, 16 April 2013 The typical Western diet, high in fat and sugar, really does lead to an early grave, new research suggests.

Being bossed around at work "raises risk of heart attack by 23%"

Being bossed around at work 'raises risk of heart attack by 23%'Workers who feel over-pressured yet powerless are more at danger than those who suffer less stress | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 13 September 2012 Being in a stressful job where you are bossed around could raise the risk of a heart attack by a quarter, warn researchers.

Watchdog under fire for cancelling care home inspections to investigate abortion clinics

Watchdog under fire for cancelling care home inspections to investigate abortion clinics | UPDATED: 00:19 GMT, 6 April 2012 The care watchdog has been slapped down by the Government for claiming it has been forced to cancel inspections of hospitals and care homes in order to investigate abortion clinics.

Long work day a shortcut to depression as those spending over 11 hours in the office "face higher risk"

Long work day a shortcut to depression as those spending over 11 hours in the office 'face higher risk'Women, young people, and those on low pay with moderate alcohol consumption most at risk Workers who spend long hours at the office are more than twice as likely to develop depression as those who do a standard day, according to a study.