Drinking coffee while pregnant might be okay, says a study

A new study says that caffeine while pregnant doesn't harm a child's development and behaviourDuring pregnancy, women are often encouraged to give up a variety of foods and drinks in order to help their baby grow healthy. While soft cheeses, sushi, raw seafood and some ice creams are some, does that cup of coffee you enjoy every morning need to go too?Well, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, researchers have discovered that drinking moderate …

Mobile phone masts removal decreases EHS symptoms

A Japanese study has demonstrated alleviation of electro-magnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) symptoms after removal of two mobile phone masts from the top of a block of residential units.Two health surveys were conducted on residents of the towers, the first survey one month before commencement of decommisioning of the masts and the second survey nine months after both masts had ceased operating.