Beaming baby Blake diagnosed with rare disease meaning he will forget how to walk, talk…
Boy, 10, who collapsed and died after building an igloo in the snow with friends may have had unknown heart conditionJoshua Houlgate was playing in the snow with his friends when he complained of feeling unwell and collapsedHis mother frantically tried to save his lifeCoroner records verdict of death by natural causes | UPDATED: 17:50 GMT, 15 October 2012 Tragic loss: Joshua Houlgate, the ten-year-old who collapsed and died while he was playing in the snow with his friends in February A 10-year-old boy who collapsed in front of his pals while they played in the snow could have had a lifelong heart condition, an inquest heard.
Girl, 2, in brave battle against arthritis after being bedridden for months with mystery illnessBlaze Duckworth, of Bolton, Greater Manchester, needs injections to walkShe became ill last Christmas but was not diagnosed until April this year | UPDATED: 18:41 GMT, 15 October 2012 Jumping on a trampoline, Blaze Duckworth seems to be playing as happily as any two-year-old.
Woman discovers ex-boyfriend living in her attic 12 YEARS after they broke upEx-boyfriend had recently been released from prisonThere were cups containing feces and urine all over the atticHe was spying on Tracy through an air vent in her ceilingIs still on the loose
Coleen was slim and fit – but her daily chocolate habit gave her a heart attack | UPDATED: 21:39 GMT, 30 April 2012 Until the heart attack, Coleen Gill had no idea she had several risk factors Coleen Gill reached for an indigestion pill when she felt a burning sensation spread across the middle of her chest.
Panic attacks almost ended my TV career, says Daybreak's Anna Williamson | UPDATED: 00:10 GMT, 25 March 2012 Stressful time: Anna says the attacks left her rooted to the spot Few would accuse Anna Williamson, showbusiness reporter for ITV’s Daybreak, of a lack of confidence.
'All I wanted was for him to be breathing on his own', says Emmerdale star Scott Taylor about son Leo's bowel disorder That's my boy: Scott with Leo now Perfect, tiny and pink – baby Leo was handed to his mother Carla Tomlinson after a 72-hour, yet straightforward, labour.
'Is it all about NHS targets': It's a 21st Century epidemic, costing 1m an hour but experts fear thousands of the three million diabetes sufferers are misdiagnosed Diane Platt was one of thousands who have been wrongly diagnosed After a bad fall in March 2010, Diane Platt was rushed to hospital in excruciating pain and wasn’t all that surprised to learn she had fractured her pelvis. But the 45-year-old, head of fundraising for a charity, wasn’t prepared for the bombshell the consultant then dropped: routine blood tests indicated she was suffering from type 2 diabetes. ‘In fact, the doctor who told me was incredulous that I wasn’t already being treated for the condition,’ says Diane, who lives in Bournemouth with husband Gary, 51, a chartered surveyor, and their son Rick, 24