A new study finds moderate drinking during early pregnancy doesn't seem to hurt the child later on. Danish researchers followed pregnant mothers who had 8 drinks or less a week during their first trimester. Those children were tested five years later. Their IQ, attention span and organizational skills were similar to other kids. However, researchers say its probably safest for women to avoid alcohol during pregnancy.
People who live in sunny areas are less likely to get pancreatic cancer, especially if they're fair skinned. Australian researchers followed 700 people and found those exposed to the highest levels of sunlight had a 24 percent lower risk of developing pancreatic cancer. And those with the most sensitive skin had a 49 percent lower risk. Researchers believe vitamin D gained from sun exposure plays a role.. but say more studies are needed to determine the exact link.
(Ines Ferre, CBS News)