Global study covering 17,000 samples included anti-malarials, anti-tuberculosis medicines and antibiotics.
Labour want 20,000 more nurses by 2020, 1,000 of them this year.
Protesters say "in this age, with people generally being larger, it is unconscionable that the club should provide less".
American researchers suggest that evidence shows that people who take more dietary supplements than needed tend to have a higher risk of developing cancer.
The University of California has shown for the first time that nocturnal eating raises the risk of illness.
Philadephia cream cheese manufacturer is attempting to attract health-conscious consumers.
Study finds link between pelvis shape, stature and head circumference.
The unidentified disease outbreak not infectious and could be related to locally brewed gin.
Depression Awareness Week, marked by Depression Alliance, is held from 20 to 26 April
Protein E47 can be used to turn pancreatic cancer cells into normal ones.
Male drivers made 101 driving mistakes when given only 25ml of liquid per hour.
To be useful, they have to be consumed much before the tumour develops.
Despite the fatal nature of sepsis, research on new drugs have been stalled.
Two cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone raise concerns over sexual transmission of Ebola long after recovery.
Scientists says experiments are vital part of research into drug effects on humans