LifeStyle: Family & Relationships

Princes William and Harry announce sculptor for Princess Diana statue

Sunday  16:20,   10 december 2017

Prince William and Prince Harry have revealed the artist chosen to create a statue of their late mother Princess Diana – find out moreThe royal brothers have chosen renowned artist Ian Rank-Broadley for the piece, known for his portrait of the Queen [...]

What a GP wants you to know about staying healthy in winter

Wednesday  16:40,   06 december 2017
Netdoctor (UK)

Limit your chances of feeling unwellVitamin D is important to keep our bones and muscles healthy and is primarily made by a reaction in our skin to sunlight. However during the winter months (October-March) in the UK, sunlight doesn't contain enough [...]

Marijuana may cause this mysterious illness

Wednesday  06:36,   06 december 2017

People in regions where marijuana is now legal may want to pause and think before indulging.  Heavy marijuana use has been linked with a rare, chronic vomiting condition.Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome​ - which causes intense stomach pain and[...]

Prince George's Handwritten Letter to Santa

Sunday  16:21,   03 december 2017
Harper's Bazaar

He only wants one thing. [...]

What the experts want you to know about lung cancer

Thursday  11:47,   30 november 2017
Netdoctor (UK)

Lung cancer is often associated with smokers, but it doesn't discriminateBecause of the stigma surrounding lung cancer there are a lot of misconceptions about the condition. This Lung Cancer Awareness Month Dr Tom Newsom-Davis, Consultant[...]

Two In Three Cases Of Pneumonia Missed By GPs, Here's The Symptoms You Need To Know

Monday  06:35,   27 november 2017
Huffington Post UK

Two in three cases of pneumonia are being missed by GPs, new research suggests. The study, led by the National Institute for Health Research, also found some doctors are mistaking symptoms of more common viral infections for pneumonia, prescribing[...]

Why experts claim parents should limit children's screen time to 90 minutes a day

Friday  08:55,   24 november 2017
Netdoctor (UK)

It's to do with obesity risksThe study – published in the journal Paediatrica – claims there's a strong link between obesity and prolonged exposure in younger years to TVs, computers and smart[...]

Women should sleep on side to prevent stillbirth

Monday  11:23,   20 november 2017
Sky News

The parents of a stillborn baby have released a picture of their son to help highlight new research that shows pregnant women can halve the risk of stillbirth simply by going to sleep in the correct position. Hayley and Adam Powsney, from Bury,[...]

Line streets with trees to reduce number of asthma attacks, experts say

Monday  11:22,   20 november 2017
Netdoctor (UK)

A study shows greenery to offset the dangerous effects of pollutionExperts are calling for more UK streets to be lined with trees, after the largest ever study looked into the impact of urban greenery on the respiratory condition – finding that[...]

The Most Popular Day For Marriage Proposals Is Coming Up

Friday  12:45,   17 november 2017

<p>While the majority of weddings take place in the summer months, an estimated 100,000 proposals are likely to happen over the 2017 Christmas period.</p>While the majority of weddings take place in the summer months, an estimated 100,000[...]

Amy Childs Reveals She Only Bathes Baby Polly Twice A Week Due To Eczema Fears

Thursday  13:51,   16 november 2017
Huffington Post UK

Amy Childs has revealed having a bath is not part of her daily bedtime routine for her baby daughter Polly, as she is worried about eczema.&nbsp;‘I only bath Polly twice a week,” the ‘TOWIE’ star said in an Instagram[...]

'Breakthrough' breast cancer drugs approved

Thursday  09:50,   16 november 2017
Sky News

Two new "breakthrough" drugs have been approved, giving new hope to women with previously untreatable breast cancer.  The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has given the go-ahead for palbociclib and ribociclib[...]

Grandparents 'may pose cancer risk' to children

Wednesday  12:50,   15 november 2017
Sky News

Grandparents pose a potential health risk to children and may even put them at risk of cancer, scientists say. The increased risk comes from the greater likelihood that grandmothers and grandfathers will spoil youngsters with treats.They are also[...]

6 things I wish you'd stop believing about type 2 diabetes

Tuesday  13:51,   14 november 2017
Netdoctor (UK)

Too many patients seem to be in the dark about the conditionThis is very far from the truth. Both types of diabetes are incredibly serious. Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes both cause the body to be unable to process sugar properly. They arise in[...]

8 things your dog can sense that you didn’t know

Monday  08:42,   13 november 2017
Now To Love

From pregnancy to changes in weather, a pet expert at Mad Paws, Melanie Griffith shares with eight things our four-legged friends can detect before us. PregnancyYour dog can sense that you’re pregnant, even before you can. More than just an old[...]