Fancy some X-Ray Vision carrots? How catchy names could encourage children to eat their vegetables

Fancy some X-Ray Vision carrots How catchy names could encourage children to eat their vegetables Children ate 66% of their veg when labelled 'X-ray vision carrots' compared to 32% just labelled 'Food of the Day'Researchers say re-labeling food could provide low-cost solution to boosting veg intake | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 18 September 2012 Parents often struggled to persuade their children to eat healthy vegetables, but now scientists have found a simple solution – give them superhero names.

Rare oesophagus condition: Girl, 3, who takes four minutes to eat a strawberry – because gobbling her food could kill her

Girl, 3, who takes four minutes to eat a strawberry – because gobbling her food could kill her Milly had 13 operations to disconnect her trachea and oesophagusShe can't eat carrots, mango, melon or rice as they can get stuck | UPDATED: 16:18 GMT, 9 May 2012 Milly with mother Kaylee: The youngster had 13 operations on her oesophagus to widen it A three-year-old girl suffers from a rare digestive condition which means she can't gobble down her food – because it could kill her.

BBC"s Sophie Raworth: "Hungover cure? A full-fat can of Coke and a bar of chocolate"

'Hungover cure A full-fat can of Coke and a bar of chocolate': Under the microscope with Sophie Raworth | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 The BBC newscaster, 43, on marathon-training, why she won't have plastic surgery and how she got over her fear of flying 'Running is a great way to burn off the calories – I ran the London Marathon this year,' said Sophie Raworth EVER DIETED I’ve never really dieted as such, though I went on a pretty strict regime and started doing exercises to get back in shape after the birth of my second child (I have three now).

The Tango Kid: Boy, 3, is only person in Britain with condition where carrots turn him orange

The boy who turned orange: He’d eaten too many carrots… but at least his future’s bright! The three-year-old is believed to be the only person in Britain to suffer from a condition that means his body cannot digest carotene, which gives foods such as carrots their colour.

The boy who can only eat NINE foods: Six-year-old has rare life-threatening allergy

The boy who can only eat NINE foods: Six-year-old has rare life-threatening allergy Jayden can only eat nine foods: cereal, chicken, ham, pears, apples, bananas, carrots, potatoes and riceLast year doctors restricted the boy to a baby milk-only diet A young boy must survive on a simple diet of chicken and chips and fruit salad, after he was diagnosed with a rare allergic condition.