It’s my duty to tell my son he’s fat: A mother reveals why she’ll always be honest with her children on their weight. A few months ago, my ten-year-old son complained to us that he had a ‘big tummy.’ I was standing in the kitchen, preparing spaghetti bolognaise for dinner, and I froze.
Teenage girl who weighed just six stone wrongly diagnosed with eating disorder when she had a deadly brain tumour Nichole Bain, 19, was suffering from severe headaches and sickness when she visited her GP in Blackburn, LancashireShe actually had a malignant brain tumour the size of a 50p coin | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 12 May 2012 A teenager weighing just six stone was wrongly diagnosed as an anorexic by doctors when she actually had a potentially deadly brain tumour.
School health lessons ‘made our son anorexic after it made him paranoid about junk food’. Mr and Mrs Fieldsend claim that Jame’s battle with anorexia started after he was taught about healthy eating at school