"Drinking at least 4 cups a day could slash your risk of rosacea by 20%," reports the Mail Online.
'Every hour kids spend online increases chance of buying junk food by a fifth' reports The Daily Telegraph
'HPV vaccine does NOT make girls more likely to have 'risky' sex' the Mail Online reports
“Shunning alcohol becomes 'mainstream' among young people as a third are now teetotal,” reports The Independent.
Vaginal mesh surgery should only be used as a "last resort" to treat pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence, it was widely reported today.
'Cannabis 'more harmful than alcohol' for teen brains' BBC News reports
'Antidepressant withdrawal 'hits millions'' BBC News reports
'Dementia can be beaten with 10-minute bursts of daily exercise' is the over-optimistic headline in the Daily Mirror
'Limiting children's recreational screen use has been linked with improved cognition' BBC News reports
'Eating a Mediterranean diet may help prevent depression, research suggests' BBC News reports
'More than a million over-65s may suffer dangerous side-effects because they are taking herbal remedies and dietary supplements alongside drugs prescribed by their GP' the Mail Online reports
'Air pollution could be responsible for 60,000 cases of dementia in the UK, a major study suggests' the Mail Online reports
'Midwives call for pregnancy weight targets after study highlights health risks' The Guardian reports
'Millions of healthy people who take aspirin to ward off illness in old age are unlikely to benefit from the drug, a trial has found' The Guardian reports
'Crowdfunding sites may help fuel pseudoscience and bogus cancer cures, investigation finds' The Independent reports
'Dairy food in moderation 'may protect the heart'' The Guardian reports
'Sharp rise in young people overdosing on painkillers and antidepressants' The Guardian reports
'Statins not recommended for healthy pensioners over 75, new study finds' The Daily Telegraph reports
'Airport security trays carry more viruses than toilet surfaces' reports The Guardian.
'People born using IVF six times more likely to suffer dangerously high blood pressure' reports The Sun
'Teenagers who drink and smoke even moderate amounts can suffer stiffening arteries by the age of 17, a new study has found' The Daily Telegraph reports
'Nearly a quarter of 14-year-old girls in the UK said they had self-harmed, a report suggests' BBC News reports
'A major study has found promising results for the safety of a weight-loss drug available in the US' BBC News reports
'Use honey first for a cough, new guidelines say' BBC News reports
'ADOPTING four healthy lifestyle habits might slash your chances of developing dementia, new research suggests' The Sun reports