Mar 2nd, 2011
Women who have smoked are at greater risk of developing breast cancer in later life – even if they gave up the habit decades earlier. According to a study, women are 16 per cent more likely to suffer from the disease after the menopause – when most cases are diagnosed – if they smoke. The […]...
Feb 9th, 2011
It is the stuff of nightmares for those whose hectic work schedule or busy family life means getting up early and staying up late. Sleeping for less than six hours a night greatly increases the risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke, a study has found. Scientists claim that the modern tendency t...