In a major breakthrough, researchers at University College London identified a mechanism known as the 'chase and run' effect, where diseased and healthy cells follow each other around the body.
A major review for the European Commission has found 36 hair dye chemicals ‘may not be safe for use’ and that consumers are not ‘effectively protected’.
A report by the Institute of Fiscal Studies has revealed that the average Briton now has less fat, sugar and alcohol in their diet than someone of the same age in the early 1980s.
Three months before her wedding day, Louise Jackson booked into a salon for a set of eyelash extensions.
Jackson, 64, is fronting a new charity called One For The Boys which is challenging men to talk more about, and be more aware of, cancer. He said: 'Guys don't talk about health issues, unless they've got a sprained ankle.'
Actor Ian, 54, suffers such extreme OCD he worries that if he picks up his children, he might hurt them, or that if he sits down too quickly he will crack his coccyx.
Victoria Newlove, 31, from Kent is the first person in the UK to undergo a hysterectomy performed through a single incision in her belly button.
We salute the comedian and actor who wins a lifetime achievement accolade in our Ethical AwardsIt is all too easy to make fun of celebrities for their fundraising antics and, in itself, this is no good reason why we should not do it – it can be salutary to point out a bit of empty moral posturing. Indeed, gave himself full comic licence to ridicule all those stars who compete to pull our...
The FHM pin-up, 22, has reportedly gone under the knife to improve her self confidence after years of being ridiculed.