5 saliva test that assesses risk of cancer: It will be available at your GP surgery Test would detect high risk of breast cancer and prostate tumours Patients could then be monitored to catch tumours at early stageGenetic testing come about after four years of analysis by 1,000 scientists Doubled the number of genes linked to breast, ovarian and prostate cancers By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 16:03 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 28 March 2013 A saliva swab that tests for the genetic risk of two of the deadliest cancers could soon be available at GPs’ surgeries. The 5 test would help detect women with a high risk of breast cancer and men who are genetically prone to prostate tumours.
Heartbroken Native American mom and dad to bury their brood – FIVE children all under 10 – during single, tragic funeral this week following shocking Mississippi car accident Incident occurred Saturday, shortly after midnight on County Rd. 107 Six die after SUV plunges into rain-swollen creek Mom and dad survive accident, only to face heartbreak of losing five kids Father, who drove Dodge Durango, remains hospitalized Alcohol testing results to be released same day as funeral 'This accident is not weather-related at all,' says sheriff Vehicle's nine occupants are Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians | UPDATED: 23:34 GMT, 30 December 2012 Unthinkable tragedy: Among the dead was Dianne Chickaway, 37, whose husband, Dale, survived the horrific crash that, in all, killed six people The heartbroken mother and father of the five Native Americans – all under 10 years old – killed in a Mississippi car accident Saturday will bury their brood during a single, tragic funeral this week
IQ tests are 'meaningless and too simplistic' claim researchers Researchers say findings are a 'wake up call' for anyone using current testsComes after biggest ever study of intelligence | UPDATED: 18:29 GMT, 19 December 2012 It will come as a relief to those who failed to shine when taking an IQ test. After conducting the largest ever study of intelligence, researchers have found that far from indicating how clever you are, IQ testing is actually rather ‘meaningless’.