'Morphine Babies' Feel More Pain |
Premature babies who receive morphine may grow up to be more sensitive to pain, a study on rats suggests. Organ Transplant Breakthrough
A successful case of an organ donor recipient living without immunosuppressive drugs has provided hope more patients could live dr... UK is 'More Tolerant'
The UK has grown more tolerant towards sex before marriage and equal opportunities legislation, a new survey has found. UK Could Be More Active
Plans to make Britons more physically active have been outlined today by the nation's health advisors. Work Stress 'Harming Hearts'
A study of Whitehall civil servants has uncovered the biological mechanisms created by work stress that harm heart health, scienti... Pre-teens Drinking Alcohol
Youngsters aged under 13 are drinking alcohol to get drunk, a national survey of drinking attitudes has revealed today.
Millions 'Spend More Than Income'
Five million people, or one in 10 adults, spend more than they earn on a monthly basis, according to financial comparison website ... Men 'Drink Far More Than Women'...
Men are drinking twice as much alcohol as women, figures for 2006 suggest. Price Comparison Sites Face Probe
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is considering a crackdown on websites that compare insurance products, the BBC has learned... 9m Brits No Pension
Over nine million Britons have no pension provision but somehow expect to retire at the age of 62. Caffeine 'Cuts Cancer Risk'
Women who drink caffeinated coffee may have a lower risk of developing ovarian cancer, a new study suggests. Web Food Games 'Target Kids'
Internet games created by junk food manufacturers are targeting children to attract them to their brands, campaigners claimed toda... Mobiles Linked to Disturbed Sleep
Using a mobile phone before going to bed could stop you getting a decent night's sleep, research suggests. Coffee 'Raises Miscarriage Risk'
Pregnant women should consider avoiding caffeine say researchers who found even moderate consumption in early pregnancy raises the... A Plea From CALM
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