Life and Style Was the testosterone filled James Bond susceptible to bouts of man flu?

Men with high levels of testosterone have a secret flaw - less effective immune systems, researchers have discovered

GM food stunts rats' growth

GM food stunts rats' growth

Fresh hope for spinal injury victims

RATS WHOSE spinal cords were cut have regained the ability to use their back legs in experiments that could one day lead to revolutionary treatments for paraplegic humans.

MPs to decide Ortega's immunity

MPs to decide Ortega's immunity

Immune system link to chronic fatigue

Royal College of Psychiatrists' conference

Cancer appeal girl, 9, dies

A GIRL OF nine suffering from leukaemia, whose plight touched the hearts of thousands of people across the country after an appeal by the Prime Minister's press secretary, has died.

Trials start on tumour-gene cancer vaccine

A GENETIC cancer vaccine is to be tested on patients in the first trial of its kind in the UK, it was announced today.

Clinton on hook again over sex-case ruling

PRESIDENT Clinton hedged questions about his relationship with the former White House trainee, Monica Lewinsky, yesterday, saying he had "repeatedly" answered questions on the subject and had nothing more to say. He was responding to a volley of reporters' questions at his first solo press conference since allegations about an affair first surfaced in January.

Cancer Research Campaign: Sam was nearly four when the doctors told us

Samantha Richens is a lively teenager with a passion for netball. Yet nine years ago no one knew how long she had to live. She was diagnosed as having Wilms' tumour, a type of kidney cancer that mainly afflicts small children, writes Cherrill Hicks.

Health: Not immune to how research can hurt

Jeremy Laurance talks to the man at the centre of the controversy over the MMR vaccine

Health: Not immune to how research can hurt

Jeremy Laurance talks to the man at the centre of the controversy over the MMR vaccine

Black rights hero may quit Britain

Paul George on the financial dilemma facing Simon de Banya

Vaccine that makes jabs obsolete

VACCINATIONS of the future could consist of having a liquid rubbed into your skin, rather than the pain of a needle prick - and all because of cholera.

Clinton must wait as Monica decides

IT HAS to be a burden to be 24 years old and realise that the fate of the leader of the most powerful nation on earth could depend on your word, on a choice at once simple and harrowing between responding to a straight question with a yes or a no.

Lewinsky called to testify in court

Monica Lewinsky, the former White House trainee alleged to have had an affair with President Bill Clinton and lied about it, has been summoned to testify in court on Thursday, it was reported yesterday. Her lawyer, William Ginsburg, was expected to contest the order.

Doubts over Lewinsky's immunity

Kenneth Starr, the independent prosecutor investigating allegations that President Bill Clinton had an affair with White House trainee Monica Lewinsky and lied about it under oath, said yesterday that his inquiry was making "very significant progress". He would not confirm, however, that Ms Lewinsky had been given a deadline to tell all she knew or face prosecution.
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William Shemin and Henry Johnson: Jewish and black soldiers receive World War I Medal of Honor amid claims of discrimination

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Spending half the day standing 'reduces risk of heart attacks and cancer'
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