France and Austria named as best family ski destinations

International ski body Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS) have found that French and Austrian ski resorts offer the best value for money for families looking for a holiday spent on the slopes. Read more

Enzyme stops tumour growth in its tracks

Scientists in America have discovered that an enzyme called FBP1, already well-known for controlling metabolism in cells through its ability to turn genes on and off, can play an important role in the treatment of kidney cancer. Read more

Sun exposure could halve risk of developing ovarian cancer

Experts have revealed that exposing yourself to the right amount of UV rays and sunshine can actually decrease your risk of developing ovarian, oesophageal and pancreatic cancers by up to an astounding 50%. Read more

Can doctors teach the human body to cure lymphoma?

Thousands of people have been dedicated to the human fight against cancers which affect millions each year – such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma – for decades, so what if the cure to cancer has been part of every human anatomy all along? Read more

Testicular cancer symptoms often mistaken for ‘signs of phantom pregnancy’

Adrian Tinsley, 32, was suffering from the same symptoms as his partner Bethann Meakin, 21, when she was pregnant with their first child together. Read more

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