Woman goes to hospital with stomach pains…
Teenager 'must eat' half a stick of DEODORANT every day after bizarre addiction takes over her life Nicole, 19, enjoyed taste when she tried some as a toddlerDoctors says she is risking her health if she continues By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 06:04 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:50 GMT, 1 March 2013 A teenager has revealed that she has what must be one of the most bizarre addictions on the planet…
'Anyone know what this is' Olympic gold triathlete Brownlee has emergency op to remove appendix… and posts picture on Twitter! Alistair had been traveling down to Heathrow when he began to experience stomach painHis father, who is a doctor, sent him straight to A&E where he was diagnosed with appendicitisHe promptly had surgery at Leeds General Infirmary and is now taking a holiday to recover | UPDATED: 11:00 GMT, 4 October 2012 Triathlete Alistair Brownlee Just two months ago, Olympic athlete Alistair Brownlee was receiving a rapturous applause after he won a gold medal in the triathlon in front of a home crowd.
'I don't see the point of having those big inflated lips': Under the microscope with Brenda Blethyn | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 24 July 2012 The actress, 66, on why she's a happy person, her ability to fall asleep anywhere and how brisk walking helps her keep in shape 'I'm only 5ft 2in and I could be lighter,' said Brenda Blethyn ANY FAMILY AILMENTS My mum died in 1992 of a heart attack aged 88, as did one of her sisters.
Taking the contraceptive pill caused my teenage daughter's stroke, says mother | UPDATED: 12:36 GMT, 26 April 2012 Gemma Hill is studying chlildcare at college following her two strokes A schoolgirl suffered a devastating stroke just weeks after taking the contraceptive pill for the first time.
Don't want any more children – but can't face major surgery The 20-minute op that lets you ditch the Pill for good | UPDATED: 00:37 GMT, 24 April 2012 The idea of surgery under a general anaesthetic can put some women off sterilisation.
Doctors were certain I was anorexic.
Rise of the run-ch break: How workers are swapping suits for jogging gear and exercising at lunch More than two million British workers now exercise during their lunch break, according to a new study.
Yes, the Pill CAN ease the agony of period pain: Scientists confirm what millions of women already know Cramps: In some cases women who previously had symptoms so severe they had to take time off work were able to go about their routines as normal while on the Pill albeit with the help of painkillers Millions of women have long known that taking the Pill can ease their period pains.
A nasal spray for norovirus: New drug reduces chance of catching bug by half Development: The new nasal spray has been shown to halve the chance of catching norovirus A nasal spray that protects against the winter vomiting bug is being developed by scientists. It has been shown to halve the chance of catching norovirus and may be available in five years