A gene has been noticed by scientists from Edinburgh University that can make diagnosing prostate cancer easier and treating it easily as well.
The gene that was identified was Decorin and this controls the formation of the prostate gland.
As compared to normal prostate cells, the mere presence of this gene was reduced in tumours.
Professor Malcolm Harrington is to quit after giving a warning that the controversial `back to work' tests for incapacity benefit claimants needs to be changed and things need to be more `fair and humane'.
Harrington carried out a third review of the testing system that assesses whether the long-term sick and disabled are fit to look for work.
People have been urged by Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni to keep off any physical contact after a person died from Ebola virus in the capital Kampala.
It was stated in a broadcast that from the time the outbreak happened about three weeks back, 14 people have now died.
When it comes to Kampala, no confirmed cases have emerged of the infection spreading.
Legionnaires’ disease is still affecting people and about eight cases are still being treated for this disease by doctors in hospital. There has been one death over the weekend.
It was last week when the deadly water bug attacked and in total, 16 people were caught up in the scare.
According to an expert, a lot of improvement is needed when it comes to testing if disabled or sick people are fit to work and called these tests ‘patchy’.
People who are not capable of working will have to suffer, according to Professor Malcolm Harrington, the man appointed by the Government to review the Work Capability Assessment.
According to a study, the risk of developing stomach cancer can be decreased by cutting down on salty foods such as bread and breakfast cereals.
Experts state that too much salt is already present in foods so eating too much salt is not only through putting salt over fish and chips or taking it in Sunday lunch.
In the UK the maximum sickness rate was found in Wales and an average of about 6.5 days was being missed by workers in Wales.
As compared to private firms, public sector had a higher level of sickness absence, according to a study of 120 organisations by information firm XpertHR. Wales has a larger public sector.