'Vivacious' schoolgirl, 16, died from undiagnosed heart condition day after she had been shopping for prom dress Alex Reid never saw her GCSE results which were six A* and four A gradesThe part-time model had swam and played netball for SheffieldParents found her unresponsive in bed and she could not be revived By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 19:03 GMT, 8 February 2013 Active: Schoolgirl Alex Reid had been a keen skier, netballer and swimmer before she died of an undiagnosed heart condition A schoolgirl died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heard condition the day of her final GCSE exam, an inquest heard.
The two-year-old who is allergic to Christmas: Archie has extreme reaction to Yuletide treatsArchie Sims cannot eat mince pies, chocolate and cheeses because of a variety of allergiesNativity scenes with animals give him hay fever symptomsHis family even has to have a fake tree as pines trigger a rash | UPDATED: 14:29 GMT, 24 December 2012 Little Archie Sims is the boy who is allergic to Christmas.
The two-year-old who is allergic to Christmas: Archie has extreme reaction to Yuletide treatsArchie Sims cannot eat mince pies, chocolate and cheeses because of a variety of allergiesNativity scenes with animals give him hay fever symptomsHis family even has to have a fake tree as pines trigger a rash | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 24 December 2012 Little Archie Sims is the boy who is allergic to Christmas.
Never mind wrinkles – a blob of Botox on your nose could banish hay fever, too Gel is applied to the nose and will penetrate the skinIt's hoped the toxin will block chemicals released by the body that cause annoying symptoms | UPDATED: 17:52 GMT, 9 October 2012 It has been used to treat a host of ailments from migraines to incontinence – and that's on top of it being the world's most famous wrinkle-buster.
'All actresses worry about their weight, but I've never dieted': Under the microscope with Niamh Cusack | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 27 August 2012 The actress, 52, on looking bigger on screen, cycling 16 miles to the National Theatre every day and how she avoids depression 'I get anxious about work, which affects my sleep, but I think I'm all right,' said Niamh Cusack DO YOU COME FROM A HEALTHY FAMILY My father was in rude health and lived to 82.
The last days of Ol Boy: Heartbreaking video captures animal rescue group giving a dying stray dog his first moments of love as his life slips awaySingapore group cared for Ol Boy in his final days.When his rescuers found him, Ol Boy was in a state of pain, but they cared for him in his final days, showing him a love he had never known.
Hay fever marathon: Sufferers endure longest pollen season for 20 years High pollen season started a week early in late May this year | UPDATED: 23:37 GMT, 15 August 2012 Hayfever hell: Pollen counts high for weeks longer than usual this year Allergy sufferers have sneezed their way through the longest hay fever season in more than two decades.
From air filters and vacuums to nose drops and acupuncture, a guide to the hayfever remedies that REALLY work PUBLISHED: 23:45 GMT, 9 June 2012 | UPDATED: 23:45 GMT, 9 June 2012 A doctor, a homeopath and a sufferer recommend treatments for a condition that brings misery to millions every summer.
Cooling towers blamed for outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease that has killed a man and left 32 fighting for survival Bacteria thought to have been transmitted via droplets of infected water from cloud of gas rising into the air Man in his 50s dies from deadly bug in Edinburgh Royal InfirmaryTens of thousands at risk as epidemic could spread 44 square miles from source Health bosses warn people to watch out for symptoms, which can take weeks to appearSymptoms include coughing, chest pains, fever and chills | UPDATED: 11:52 GMT, 6 June 2012 A cloud of vapour rising from cooling towers has been blamed for a massive outbreak of the deadly Legionnaires' disease tearing through Edinburgh.
The 63 heroes who saved our son: Revealed in the heart-tugging story of a critically ill baby and the astonishing army of NHS staff needed to save one life | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 3 April 2012 Michael Cockerham recalls with chilling clarity the moment he and his wife realised they might lose their three-week-old son, Phineas.