The festive period is for families to enjoy each others' company, gifts and food, so the last thing you want is a trip to the hospital as a result of an accident which, with a little thought, can be avoidedFlier warns Britons of Christmas dangers Dec 22, 2008
We don't yet know all the causes of breast cancer, but we do know that alcohol, hormone replacement therapy, the contraceptive pill, early periods, late menopause and not having children can all increase riskU.K. women would cut booze to beat cancer Oct 27, 2004
A number of studies have investigated the potential link between smoking and breast cancer with conflicting results, and more research is needed to clarify a direct association between the twoResearch: Smoking causes breast cancer Jan 07, 2004
Delyth Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Drefelin (born 30 August 1961) is a Labour peer in the House of Lords of the United Kingdom. Morgan was raised to the peerage as Baroness Morgan of Drefelin, of Drefelin in the County of Dyfed, in 2004.
From 1995 to 2005 she was Chief Executive of Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Her work in this role has been recognised by the award of a Fellowship of the Institute of Cancer Research and an Honorary Fellow of Cardiff University.
Lady Morgan was Lord Minister for the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills from the creation of the Department until 5 October 2008. Her responsibilities were: