Popping a daily fish oil tablet could reduce the risk of SKIN CANCER Omega-3 fatty acids found to halve the negative effect sunlight can have on the immune systemBoost the body's ability to fight skin cancerBut the benefits only hold for less than 30 minutes of sun exposure at a time, warn the researchers By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 11:05 GMT, 26 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 26 February 2013 Fish oil could protect sun-worshippers from skin cancer, new research suggests.
A skincare regime is just as important in the bleak midwinter: How to save face in colder temperatures | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 29 December 2012 The sky is constantly grey, the rain never ends, and much of our time is spent avoiding being out of doors.
Brother and sister must wear hat and gloves in summer as sunlight causes skin to swell Children go out in summer with UV protective umbrellas | UPDATED: 18:03 GMT, 30 July 2012 Sarah, 7, and Mathew, 5, must both take extreme care in summer A brother and sister can't venture out into the summer sun without wearing a heavy coat, gloves and hat, due to an incurable skin condition.
They”re beyond the pale! Take a look at the world”s most terrible tans. These days, it could be called the Jersey Shore effect.
Mother left her 16-month-old baby home ALONE while she partied for five days and nights. Baby was found starving and wearing a nappy which had not been changed for days.She came home periodically to feed infant Cheerios
Sun-dried tomato alert: Health investigators link the celebrity chefs’ favourite to outbreak of hepatitis cases Health experts are investigating an outbreak of potentially deadly hepatitis linked to sun-dried tomatoes, it emerged yesterday.
Cancer girl who won Kate”s heart celebrates “Christmas miracle” after beating rare disease A sick young girl from Canada, who charmed the Duchess of Cambridge when presenting her with a bouquet of flowers and a heartfelt hug, has been declared cancer-free. Diamond Marshall, six, who has a rare form of cancer of the adrenal gland, had surgery on Monday to remove a number of tumours.