Student Sarmad Alladin, 18, known as Mr Muscles dies "after taking DNP fat-burning pills"

University student, 18, known to his friends as Mr Muscles dies 'after taking fat-burning pills' he boasted about on FacebookSarmad Alladin, 18, taken to hospital hours after praising tabletsUniversity for the Creative Arts tells students: 'Stop using them'Pills contain the drug DNP, which has been linked to several deaths /11/09/article-2230445-01C3553300000578-512_306x423.jpg” width=”306″ height=”423″ alt=”Selena Walrond, 26, died from a heart attack in 2008 after taking a large amount of DNP that she had bought online” class=”blkBorder” /> Selena Walrond, 26, (left) died from a heart attack in 2008 after taking a large amount of DNP (right) that she had bought online The manufactured drug is yellow and odourless and was previously used as a herbicide and fungicide.

Retire now, work later: Like many in her mid-thirties FELICIA BROMFIELD felt there must be more to life than 12-hour days at the office – her solution…

Retire now, work later: Like many in her mid-thirties FELICIA BROMFIELD felt there must be more to life than 12-hour days at the office – her solution will tantalise you | UPDATED: 08:47 GMT, 23 November 2012 The way a wood-burning stove explodes into life when you place a log just so.

Parkinson"s drugs can turn you into a sex addict: Nearly a fifth of patients develop strange obsessions – from gambling to painting

How Parkinson's drugs can turn you into an addict: Nearly a fifth of patients develop strange obsessions – from gambling to painting By Clare Goldwin PUBLISHED: 22:45 GMT, 30 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:12 GMT, 31 July 2012 When Nikki Baudains was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, one of the few positive things that seemed to come out of it was a new burst of creativity.

First it was smallpox, now tropical infection poised to become second human disease ever eradicated

First it was smallpox, now tropical infection poised to become second human disease ever eradicated Cases of Guinea worm disease have fallen from 3.5million in 1986 to 1,060 last year | UPDATED: 15:08 GMT, 9 July 2012 Scientists are on the verge of killing off a parasite that had plagued the human race since ancient times.