Study on mice showed that eating lots of fruits, vegetables and whole-grains can reduce lung inflammation
In April of this year, Marina Chapman, a sixtysomething grandmother from Bradford, published an autobiography in which she made an astonishing claim. She said she had been kidnapped from her family home in Colombia at the age of five and abandoned in the jungle, where she was taken in and raised by a group of capuchin monkeys. Instead of just smiling and nodding politely, like many of the Breakfast TV interviewers did, National Geographic made Woman Raised By Monkeys, a documentary in which their cameras accompanied Marina on a trip to Colombia and attempted to investigate the veracity of her claims.
Thousands of Somali have been left homeless following continued flooding in parts of Somalia’s Middle Shabelle region over the past couple of months, with large tracts of farmland being inundated, raising fears of livelihood losses
The Government may be covering up the extent to which austerity and welfare cuts are adding to the problem
Robertson was on a news programme discussing the importance of carbohydrates
Amanda Hutton sentenced for manslaughter, child neglect and preventing the burial of her dead son's body
Mother with history of alcohol and drug abuse let her son starve to death, court told
British athlete is one of the favourites in the World Triathlon Grand Final in London this Saturday. She describes what it feels like to put your body on the line
Since arriving in Britain, one thing I have failed to wrap my head around is the fact that there is poverty, homelessness and hunger in the developed world, just like in Africa
Forensic tests revealed that the food contained toxic levels of a deadly pesticide
Curing poverty, hunger, disease: Charity luminaries set out their stalls for Lough Erne summit
If you're looking for heroes, the best place to start is in the Lancet
This is the face of Britain's ideal woman, according to a bizarre new survey.
Surgery which was donated after viral pictures, but the baby will still require lots of medical care
Supplements. Note the name. They're not handy replacements for a healthy diet and lifestyle; they're a nice top-up of the nutrients you need to keep skin, hair and nails in good nick – usual suspects such as vitamins A, C and E plus minerals such as zinc, iron and silica.
Who would have thought it? After millions of pounds in product recalls, nationwide revulsion and an international search for the guilty men, it seems that the horsemeat many of us have been eating inadvertently may be the new health food, according to scientists.