Milk and sugary foods DO increase the risk of acne, say researchers who looked at 50 years of research Review of 50 years of clinical studies indicates there IS a link between diet and acne after allHigh GI diets are one culprit, as they cause peaks in blood sugar and hormonal fluctuationsSkimmed milk in particular may also trigger outbreaks due to hormones used in processing it, say experts By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 04:11 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:59 GMT, 20 February 2013 It's been a subject of debate for decades, but it seems diet really does have an impact on a person's complexion.
Why the Monday blues means you should make doctors appointments for the end of the week Appointments made for the beginning of the week were missed more often than those at the endPatients may feel less able to cope with the prospect of being given bad news at the start of the working weekShifting appointments to Thursday and Friday could save NHS 60m a year, claim experts | UPDATED: 11:24 GMT, 17 December 2012 When booking a GP appointment, your best bet is to avoid the start of the week.
Hope for cancer victims as scientists develop drug that sends cells to sleep to stop them spreading | UPDATED: 10:39 GMT, 24 November 2012 Cancers can be put to sleep to stop them multiplying, scientists have discovered.
Breast cancer could be triggered by just one glass of wine a DAY International team found light drinking could increase risk of mouth, throat and breast cancerBut reviewers said study had many limitations and didn't mention the positive effect on heart health | UPDATED: 14:27 GMT, 19 September 2012 Light drinking: Previous studies have found it benefits the heart but the latest research found a link with breast cancer Just one glass of wine a day could trigger breast cancer and other tumours, scientists suggest.
Giving babies antibiotics early on could lead to obesity later in life, say scientists Children given antibiotics before they were six months were 22% more likely to be overweight by the age of three | UPDATED: 10:45 GMT, 21 August 2012 Treating babies with antibiotics risks making them overweight as they grow up, say scientists.
Children who spend more time outside 'are half as likely to become short-sighted' Spending time outside in natural light reduced the risk of myopia in children whether they were active or not | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 2 August 2012 Outdoorsy: Spending time in natural light has been linked with improving sight Children who spend more time outside are less likely to become short-sighted, a study claims.
Women who give birth LATER have lower risk of womb cancer | UPDATED: 14:40 GMT, 26 July 2012 Pregnancy protects against womb cancer later in life Mothers who have their children earlier are less likely to suffer from complications during the pregnancy.
'Flab jab' could let you stay slim on a junk food diet by using immune system to fight weight gain | UPDATED: 06:50 GMT, 9 July 2012 The 'flab jab' could allow people to continue eating fatty foods but lose weight at the same time A ‘flab jab’ that allows people to gorge on junk food yet keep trim could be on the horizon.
NHS will need 20bn by 2012 or the Government 'should start charging for the health service' says think tank Spending plans to March 2015 'are tighter for the NHS than any delivered in the last 50 years'Cuts will be 'far from pain free' warns NHS chief | UPDATED: 08:59 GMT, 4 July 2012 The NHS urgently need to reconsider what services should remain free as it faces a decade of austerity, financial experts said.