Parents warned children are raiding kitchen cupboards in attempt to create 'legal highs' Children as young as nine experimenting with kitchen cupboard essentials such as cinnamon and nutmeg to try and create 'drug-like effects' Dozens of children treated in emergency rooms after trying to swallow cinnamon, while two choked to death on marshmallows'Seemingly silly games can have sinister effects,' Chicago doctors warn | UPDATED: 19:06 GMT, 19 December 2012 Parents have been warned to watch their kitchen cupboards, after a spate of hospital admissions of children pursuing 'legal highs.' Researchers said youngsters were downing cinnamon, snorting nutmeg and even experimenting with marshmallows to try and create a drug-like effect.
How women would rather give up sex than chocolate: One in five say treat would be last thing they foregoMore than 20 per cent of women said that chocolate would be the last thing they could give up, according to aa Cancer Research UK campaignBut just nine per cent said that sex would be the hardest thing to forego | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 4 December 2012 The log fire is raging and the lights are turned down low.
First person: ‘Painkillers saved my life, then they almost killed me’ British women are turning to prescription drugs in their millions, with the number of opioid analgesics doled out leaping by 500 per cent in 20 years.
My feet were such agony I got married in my wellies…
Father delivered first baby (with help of 999 operator) after midwife got trapped in snow Sarah Alder spent months planning for her home birth.
Six-year-old becomes successful model, despite only being able to speak through a computer Joshua Lindley may suffer from a disability which has left him paralysed and only able to speak through a computer, but he has not let his condition hold him back.