Schoolgirl, 15, sleeps through her GCSEs because of rare 'Sleeping Beauty' syndrome that leaves her in bed for months at a timeStacey Comerford, 15, from Telford, Shropshire, has a rare condition called Kleine-Levin syndrome, which makes her nod off for lengthy periodsShe has recently come out of her longest episode, which lasted two monthsDespite being predicted straight As in her GCSEs, she has managed just a 30 per cent attendance record this year because of her crippling condition | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 14 June 2012 A schoolgirl missed nine exams and even her birthday because of a rare condition which leaves her sleeping for weeks at a time.
Poisoned by plastic: Chemicals in water bottles and food packaging have been linked to infertility and birth defects.
Girl, 14, killed in her tent by barbecue fumes: Brother, 11, and parents found unconscious Family “took disposable barbecue into tent to keep warm”Teenager was pronounced dead at the sceneBoy and his parents are seriously ill in hospital
The Disney princesses! Popular movie characters brought to life in beautiful photographs with REAL WOMEN.Millions of little girls across the world are smitten with Disney”s beautiful princesses.
The suicide forest of Japan: Mount Fuji beauty spot where up to 100 bodies are found every year.Warning: Graphic images!
Struggling to sleep You'll pile on the pounds: Less than five and a half hours is bad for your weight Could explain why night workers who struggle to sleep during the day are more prone to being overweight | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 12 April 2012 Sleepy: According to scientists, getting less than five and a half hours of sleep a night could see you gain nearly a stone in a year Have you been getting enough beauty sleep lately If not, this might encourage you to turn in a little earlier.
Overweight girl, 17, first teenager to have tummy tube to fool body into thinking it's full By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 1:34 PM on 28th February 2012 A British 17-year-old girl has become the first overweight teenager to be fitted with a revolutionary device that treats obesity and diabetes.
Lead in lipstick, arsenic in eyeliner and cadmium in mascara: The ugly secrets that the beauty industry isn’t telling you There have long been suspicions over the levels of toxins in make-up, with numerous reports paying close attention, in particular, to lead levels in lipsticks.
Nutrition therapists condemned as 'quacks' who put patients' health at risk Nutrition therapists have been condemned as quacks and accused of putting the health of the sick – including those suffering from breast cancer – at risk. An industry has grown up based on the concept that ‘food doctor’ nutritionists can cure patients’ ills and allergies through diet
From 'dartboard face' to model ace: How teenager overcame severe acne and years of bullying to become a beauty queen contestant A teenage girl has revealed how she once had so many spots on her face she was nicknamed 'dart board' by cruel bullies at school. But now Harriet Page has entered a beauty pageant after taking medication and finding a new sense of self-belief. Beating the bullies: Harriet Page (left) has entered Miss Hampshire 2012.