Vaping ‘stronger e-cigarettes means ex-smokers inhale FEWER cancer-causing toxins,’ reports the Sun.
"Bookworms more likely to end up shortsighted," reports the Daily Telegraph after a study found people who stay in education longer are more likely to develop short-sightedness.
"Moderate tipplers have the best health and are less likely to miss work through illness, research finds" reports The Daily Mail on a study looking at the drinking habits and work absences of 47,520 people in Finland, France and the UK
"Breast cancer: Test means fewer women will need chemotherapy," reports BBC News.
The news follows the publication of the trial of a test, routinely used in the NHS...
"How 'eating for two' during pregnancy is a major health risk: One-in-three women admit 'out-of-control' binges that make them pile on the pounds," is the headline from the Mail Online.
"Babies born via c-section do not benefit from vaginal seeding," reports the Mail Online.
"Women who are overweight or obese but otherwise healthy are still at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease," BBC News reports.
'Your diet, not your genes, control how your body stores fat' the Mail Online reports
"Not only are vitamin and mineral supplements a waste of money, they can in some instances actually harm the body," reports The Guardian.