Largest review yet of published research finds that so far there has been 'no indication' of increased risk
Report says pharmacists should be able to use their judgment, as alternative is youths will have sex without any protection
Yes, the act's passed. But most staff were against the marketisation of the health service, and they're still out there running it
The US Department of Agriculture says there should be no concern about safety of food supply after discovery of BSE
US officials and farmers would do well to examine the British experience of what proved to be a devastating disease
Tobacco companies are resorting to slick presentation to target children aged six to 11 with slick presentation
There is still "no convincing evidence" that mobile phones can adversely affect human health, according to a major new report released today.
Taking vitamin D supplements could cut blood pressure by as much as some drugs, claim researchers.
Hand-me-downs work with unwanted or unsavory clothes, as they apparently do with organs.
One kidney has made its way to three people in two weeks, in what looks to be a medical first.
It seems a most unlikely performance booster but new research suggests beetroot could be the secret to track success at this year's Olympics.
It may not be the most obvious of health foods, but pizza could be good for you, research suggests.
Scientists have found that oregano, a seasoning commonly used in pizza and other Italian food, has the potential to become a powerful weapon against prostate cancer.
At first it seems like a paradox on our plate - a study has found the French adopt a shoulder-shrugging attitude to reading nutrition labels on food while Americans scrutinise the calorie content.
From the moment her newborn daughter was placed into her arms for that all-important first embrace, Mary Lawson’s instinct told her something wasn’t quite right.
Common anti-depressants could be doing patients more harm than good, according to researchers examined the impact of the medications on the whole body.
A child dubbed 'turtle boy' because of a giant mole that covered his back like a shell, can now live a normal life thanks to a British surgeon.
A mother who said worries over her faulty breast implants were ‘killing’ her has died from a suspected overdose, it emerged yesterday.
Nervy individuals may be more at risk of aggressive cancer, new research suggests.
Scientists found that anxious mice were worse affected by skin tumours than less fearful animals.
Millions of people who take dietary supplements to ward off cancer may be toying with a ‘two-edged sword’ that might do them harm, experts have warned.
Jamie was ten years old when he saw his first pornographic sex scene. During a sleepover, a classmate offered to show him ‘some funny pictures’ on his laptop.
Girls as young as 13 should be given the contraceptive Pill without having to see a doctor, according to an NHS report.
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