The report's authors have called for further research to examine the possible link and caution their current results are not yet conclusive
One in 150 children are thought to experience the condition which can leave children unable to speak to people outside their family or immediate social circle for years
The prematurely-born babies were also found to be more likely to suffer from chronic health problems as adults
The woman had a rare condition which resulted in her bladder, vagina and rectum not separating normally during early developmental stages
Despite the rise in arrests, one-fifth of motorists do not know it is an offence to drive while impaired by prescription drugs
Researchers believe the discovery could be 'really helpful' in curing a condition that affects 350,000 in the UK
The robot could one day be used to patch up wounds inside the stomach, or deliver targeted medicines
Cheyenne Adele Rose says she has been 'searching for a title for what's wrong with me for years'
Research suggests pig factories may heavily use antibiotics on pigs as they often feature overcrowding which can lead to animals biting each other and subsequently spreading infection through their wounds. Many animals also have poor immune systems as they are taken from their mother while still suckling
'There are homeopathic asthma inhalers being sold. These aren’t any better at stopping an asthma attack than a placebo. An untreated asthma attack can be fatal'
One woman said she would be 'haunted for the rest of her life' by the 'unnecessary suffering' her elderly mother went through following an unsafe discharge
Researchers believe gut bacteria, which influences two per cent of a person's body weight, could lie dormant and survive outside the body, before transferring to other people
Tissue regeneration is a complex process - but it could be used in human medicine one day
The study reviewed the sexual satisfaction and pain sensors of 62 circumcised and non-circumcised men
The Zika-linked disease attacks nerves in the brain and spinal cord, producing neurological problems in some patients
Dr Klaus Witte, the lead researcher on the study, said the results were 'nothing short of amazing'