Could herbal pill cure your cravings for fatty foods by making them unappealingPlant extract stopped people eating three minutes earlier than counterparts Participants reported no side effects By Louis De Bernires and Louise Eccles PUBLISHED: 00:37 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:44 GMT, 2 March 2013 A new herbal supplement claims to dramatically reduce people's appetite and make fatty foods seem less appealing.
It came from Down Chunder: The norovirus strain that's wreaked havoc across the UK and made 1.2million of us ill started in Oz Most people taken ill with norovirus caught the strain Sydney 2012 The variant was first identified in the UK in October but is already dominant Number of cases of the winter vomiting bug rose as much as 63 per cent compared to last year , has become the 'dominant strain' and may explain the huge rise in the number of cases.
Arthritis It's no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion whose agonising condition, triggered by food poisoning – almost ended her showbiz dream Actress Ella Kenion got rheumatic disease Reiter’s syndrom aged 18The pain in her joints nearly kept her from following her dream of acting<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 00:54 GMT, 25 November 2012 </p> <br> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/24/article-2237870-16315539000005DC-911_306x708.jpg" width="306" height="708" alt="Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems</p> <p>From playing the world’s laziest cleaner, Mrs Cakeworthy, in The Green Green Grass to a long-suffering teacher in The Catherine Tate Show, Ella Kenion has never been shy about taking on unglamorous roles.
Excited for the first time in a decade: Grandmother left without emotion because of powerful medication has her heart freed by operation 'I didn’t experience the normal highs and lows,' says Liz Jackson, who 'found it difficult' to feel joy at the birth of her granddaughter Trip to Lapland last December was first holiday she felt excited about in 12 years | UPDATED: 10:35 GMT, 11 June 2012 In the past 12 years, Liz Jackson has witnessed the death of her mother and the birth of her granddaughter.
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Dementia drugs robbed my father of his laughter, his smile and the final weeks of his life, says Fiona Phillips 'He was like something out of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'Fiona's father Neville diagnosed just weeks after her mother succumbed to dementia in 2006Two sedatives he was given were addictive and could cause cognitive decline, her research revealed Television presenter Fiona Phillips has claimed a ‘chemical cosh’ of dementia drugs robbed her father of the final weeks of his life.