“Is this the solution to Alzheimer's?” asks the Mail Online. Sadly, the report is an overblown reaction to a small, poor-quality and arguably over-hyped study
“Helicopter parenting’ linked to behavioural problems in children' reports The Independent
"Common drugs may stop sepsis, say doctors," the Times reports
'Women who wake up early as they get older are less likely to develop depression than those who love a lie-in' the Mail Online reports
"Cannabis addiction rising among women and over 40s," BBC News reports.
'Fifty-year-olds with slightly raised blood pressure are at an increased risk of getting dementia in later life' The Independent reports
'Could your medications be making you depressed?' asks the BBC News website
"New hope for type 1 diabetes," reports The Express after a study showed insulin production falls for about 7 years and then stabilises in people with type 1 diabetes.
"Prostate cancer spit test is trialled," reports BBC Online on a test that looks at men's DNA to see if they have "high-risk" genes thought to affect 1 in every 100 men".