UK 'Growing More Prejudiced'|
Over half of Britons believe the nation has become more racially prejudiced in the last five years, a survey suggests. Pregnancy Supplements Questioned
Pregnant women may boost their babies' health more by taking multiple micronutrient supplementation (MMN) than iron and folic acid... Facebook Faces Privacy Questions
Facebook is to be quizzed about its data protection policies by the Information Commissioner's Office. Lifestyle 'A Big Impact on Drugs'...
Lifestyle could play a big role in the effectiveness of the latest generation of drugs aimed at treating cancer, a scientist has s... Bladder Surgery 'Not Necessary'
Radiotherapy can be a better option than surgery for people with bladder cancer, being effective while preserving continence, say ... Shifts 'Threaten Women's Health'
Women who work shifts are more likely to retire early due to ill health than male counterparts, a study suggests. Mobile Customers 'Waste Billions'
Confusion about phone tariffs means mobile customers could be wasting £8bn a year, an online price comparison service has warned. Public Urged To Join Trials
Members of the public have been urged to become involved in clinical trials to boost the UK's health research. HIV Ignorance 'Widespread'
Over one-fifth of adults do not know that unprotected sex between a man and a woman can spread HIV, a survey has revealed today. Black Women Get Cancer 'Earlier'
Black women seem to develop breast cancer significantly earlier than their white contemporaries, the first UK study into differenc... Brown's Web Bid to Boost English...
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced a new internet project to vastly expand the teaching of English. Leukaemia Cell Culprit Discovered
A study of four-year-old twin girls has identified a rogue cell which is the root cause of childhood leukaemia. Child Trust Fund Savings Boost
Parents and relatives are saving more money than before into tax free child trust fund (CTF) accounts, an industry survey has show... Stop Smoking Tops New Year’s...
Each year, many people resolve to quit smoking as part of their New Year’s resolutions. Crisps 'Not A Treat' For Children...
Children's diets are now so poor that more than two-thirds of them do not think fast food is a treat, British Heart Foundation res...