"Screening for prostate cancer does not save lives, and may do more harm than good," reports the Daily Telegraph.
'An apple a day cannot offset the damage done by eating too much salt in items such as crisps, a study has found' the Daily Mirror reports
'Social media DOESN'T make people isolated and depressed' the Mail Online reports
"Diabetes is actually five separate diseases," reports BBC News on a study looking at nearly 9,000 people with diabetes in Sweden and Finland.
'Women with apple-shaped bodies are ‘more likely to suffer heart attacks than those who are pear-shaped’ the Daily Mirror reports, as a new study found a link between increased waist size and heart attack
"Fish oil supplements and probiotic yoghurts during pregnancy may decrease children's risk of developing allergies," reports The Independent.
'Almost all cannabis seized by police now comprises high-strength varieties, with outdoor-grown herbal strains and hashish barely found' The Guardian reports
“Antibiotic madness: A fifth of prescriptions given out by GPs are to patients who do not need them,” reports the Mail Online
'Sipping acidic fruit teas can wear away teeth, says study' BBC News reports