Fabrice Muamba saved my life: Burnley footballer who went for screening after Bolton star's collapse discovers he too has deadly heart defectBurnley defender Jack Errington, 17, had life-threatening enlarged aorta He was prompted to undergo screening after Muamba's cardiac arrest Undiscovered cardiac conditions kill 12 people under 35 every week | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 12 December 2012 Fabrice Muamba's life-threatening cardiac arrest in the middle of an FA cup quarter-final match has helped save the life of another player.
China – the country that can make the world”s largest armchair (but where the motorways collapse just TEN MONTHS after being built)Motorway collapse is one of a string of recent transport disasters in China Fears raised over safety standards on country”s road and rail network Tragedy follows unveiling of “world”s largest armchair” in Shanghai
Heavy snorers 'face double the risk' of rheumatoid arthritis Sleep apnoea was linked to increase in risk of autoimmune disorders, where body attacks healthy tissues | UPDATED: 08:34 GMT, 28 June 2012 Snoring heavily almost doubles the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, a new study shows.
We were poisoning her, but we didn't know: Girl has such severe egg allergy that a crumb of cake can burn her skin | UPDATED: 15:29 GMT, 27 April 2012 Egg-free: Grace wants collapse after eating a chip with gravy on it, which contained yolk A six-year-old girl has such a severe egg allergy that a crumb of cake burns her skin.
Boy, 3, with rare heart condition 'dies' five times in a year Aaron will be fitted with a permanent defibrillator under his skin later this year that will trigger if his heart begins to fail again | UPDATED: 17:21 GMT, 21 March 2012 A mother has revealed how she has had to bring her son back from the brink of death five times in a year due to his rare heart condition.
Sports stars 'could be at greater risk' from hidden heart problems | UPDATED: 13:36 GMT, 19 March 2012 Premiership footballer Fabrice Muamba's dramatic collapse during a game highlights the danger of hidden heart defects among young people, a heart charity has warned.
Pictured: The seven-year-old boy with such severe narcolepsy that he couldn't kick a ball without falling asleep Reece Williams slept for up to 23 hours and fell over 25 times a dayDoctors thought it was virus until father filmed him for real diagnosisNow Reese can stop falling asleep after taking controversial drug Xyrem A boy of seven suffered from such severe narcolepsy that he couldn’t even kick a football without the sleeping disorder causing him to doze off.
Boy, 6, “cured” of epilepsy after going from 45 seizures a day to none thanks to pioneering surgery Headgear: Tom had to wear a special helmet to protect him from injury during his seizures Little Tom Morley had to wear a padded helmet constantly because he suffered 45 epileptic fits a day.