Planning a big night out Why eating asparagus could prevent a hangover Amino acids and minerals in asparagus could alleviate hangover symptoms and protect the liverAsparagus leaves have the highest levels of the protective substances | UPDATED: 13:31 GMT, 27 December 2012 Research suggests that tucking into a few asparagus shoots may be all that is required to prevent a hangover Drinking milk, eating bread, water before bed; the list of hangover prevention methods is extensive.
Wealthy Qatari man, 49, contracts new strain of deadly SARS-like virus at home – then hires private jet to Britain for hospital treatment.
Boy, 3, has skull reshaped and put back together like a JIGSAW after it fuses together and stops his brain growing Archie diagnosed with Craniosynostosis, which effects one in 3,000 childrenCaused when skull plates fuse too early meaning brain doesn't have room to grow | UPDATED: 11:35 GMT, 31 July 2012 A little boy has enjoyed his first game of football with his brothers after surgeons reshaped his skull and put it back together – like a jigsaw.
How extract from poisonous Foxglove can PROTECT against high blood pressure and heart failure Plant has been used to cleanse wounds since the 13th century | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 15 June 2012 Deadly: Foxgloves are poisonous if eaten.
Groundbreaking Alzheimer's vaccine could cut cases by half and be first step towards finding cureJab creates antibodies and has few side effects Dementia affects 820,000 people in the UK | UPDATED: 10:02 GMT, 8 June 2012 A groundbreaking vaccine that could cut cases of Alzheimer's disease by half has been discovered.
Boy, 4, who must wear a helmet during playtime due to rare blood disorder | UPDATED: 10:56 GMT, 26 April 2012 Like any young boy, Noah Edwards loves a bit of rough and tumble with his friends.
New vaccine against deadly meningitis B 'will be available in the spring' Meningitis B causes 120 deaths in Britain each yearVaccine effective against about 80 per cent of strains found in Europe A new vaccine against meningitis B gives full protection to teenagers, according to the first large-scale trial and could be available this Spring.