How rife is gonorrhoea in YOUR area? Map reveals where the clap is most prevalent 

EXCLUSIVE: Lambeth, a borough in the south of the capital, topped the charts. Around 1.2 per cent of people living there tested positive for 'the clap' in 2022, data suggests.

M&S bins 'use-by' dates on milk - in favour of the sniff test!

The move is a bid to cut food waste, with the retailer warning that around 490million pints, worth £270million, are poured down the drain in the UK every year.

I'm a fertility doctor - these are the food and drinks to AVOID when on your period

Could what you eat and drink while on your period be making your symptoms worse? Dietitians told MailOnline which food and drinks to avoid when on your period.

Covid vaccine injury bill tops £12MILLION after two dozen backlogged damage claims are approved

Some 105 claims have now been approved - up from 78 in early May. All are entitled to a one-off payment of £120,000. But Tory MPs want the sum - introduced in 2007 - to be raised in line with inflation.

Army Corps revokes permit for mine, cites threat to tribe

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has revoked a crucial federal permit for the proposed NewRange Copper Nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, saying the permit did not comply with the water quality standards set by a sovereign downstream tribe

US Army Corps revokes permit for Minnesota mine, cites threat to downstream tribe's water standards

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has revoked a crucial federal permit for the proposed NewRange Copper Nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, saying the permit did not comply with the water quality standards set by a sovereign downstream tribe

Founder, ex-executive of edgy sexual wellness company OneTaste charged with forced labor conspiracy

Two former executives of a company known for offering “orgasmic meditation” sessions have been charged with using sex, psychological abuse and economic exploitation to coerce work from people while taking over their lives

Canada wildfires are leading to air-quality alerts in US. Here's how to stay safe

Canada is dealing with a series of intense wildfires that have spread from the western provinces to Quebec, with hundreds of forest fires burning

Chesapeake Bay report cites environmental justice disparities

A report on the Chesapeake Bay has found strong disparities between communities in different parts of the bay’s watershed in terms of health, economics and social justice concerns

Is this the secrete to living to 100? Scientists find bacteria and viruses could help us live longer

Scientists from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research at the University of Copenhagen studied 176 healthy Japanese centenarians mapped their intestinal bacteria and viruses.

Man given gift of life by mother thanks to live liver...

Connor Meyrick received 65% of his mother Michelle´s liver during a 12-hour operation at London´s Royal Free Hospital in March.

Happy wife, happy life! Russian study claims marriage prevents burnout, especially for men

Researchers from the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow, Russia, set out to identify the relationship between marriage satisfaction and burnout.

Promising vaccine could treat two deadliest and fastest-rising forms of cancer, early study shows

A phase 1, first-in-human trial showed that an off-the-shelf vaccine lowered the risk of relapse in patients with colon and pancreatic cancer. It does this by attacking the KRAS mutation in the cancers.

US judge blocks Florida ban on trans minor care in narrow ruling, says 'gender identity is real'

A federal judge is temporarily blocked portions of a new Florida law that bans transgender minors from receiving puberty blockers

Federal judge says "gender identity is real" in narrow ruling against Florida ban on gender-affirming care for minors

Federal judge says "gender identity is real" in narrow ruling against Florida ban on gender-affirming care for minors

Merck sues federal government, calling plan to negotiate Medicare drug prices 'extortion'

Merck is suing the federal government over a plan to negotiate Medicare drug prices, calling the program a sham equivalent to extortion

Urgent warning over FAKE oxygen supplied to dentists as health chiefs launch criminal probe

Tricodent Limited, the Sussex-based firm which supplied the oxygen, is now under criminal investigation, health watchdogs said today.

Lawyer: Health of Gadhafi's son, detained in Lebanon, deteriorating 3 days into hunger strike

The lawyer of a son of Libya’s late leader Moammar Gadhafi says his client's health is deteriorating three days into a hunger strike in his prison cell in Lebanon

Global nursing body warns NHS recruitment from poorer countries like Ghana is 'out of control'

The International Council of Nurses (ICN) said six or seven high-income countries are driving 'intense recruitment' from places that 'can ill-afford to lose their nurses'.

Pope briefly at hospital for tests two months after bronchitis, returns to Vatican

Pope Francis has made a quick trip to a hospital for tests

Doctors reveal kids are now being hospitalised with breathing issues caused by vaping

The gadgets, which contain high doses of nicotine, are 'addicting children' in the 'early stages of their development', leading UK pediatricians said this morning.