Amy Corderoy HEALTH PARENTS have been warned against using devices designed to keep babies sleeping on their backs, as they can increase the risk of infant death instead of preventing it.
Siobhan Moylan Siobhan Moylan finds out what's behind the fall in bottled water's popularity.
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Graham Osborne This humble root is a veritable elixr in plant form. Just ask the ancient Romans.
Rachel Browne Shiatsu or Swedish, remedial or reflexology - what you need and why.
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Teresa Cutter What a woman eats during pregnancy will affect not only her health but also the growth and development of her baby.
Sarah Berry They're not all created equal. These are the superfoods that deliver on their promises.
Kate Hagan The federal government will not maintain funding for a national network to monitor testing and diagnoses of chlamydia despite reported infections having quadrupled in the past 10 years.
Thomas Maugh LOS ANGELES: The announcement that a daily pill containing two anti-HIV drugs could reduce the risk of infection by more than 70 per cent in gay men stirred great excitement in the AIDS-prevention...
WASHINGTON: One in five sexually active homosexual men in the US has HIV, and almost half of those who carry the virus do not know they are infected, a study has found.