The deadly rise of “hippy crack”: For celebrities, it’s the party drug du jour. Now inhaling laughing gas – is spreading to…

The deadly rise of “hippy crack”: For celebrities, it”s the party drug du jour. Now inhaling laughing gas – is spreading to middle-class living roomsCoronation Street actress Michelle Keegan has been spotted taking the drug Even Prince Harry was seen indulgingin nitrous oxide two years agoEffects can cause strokes, hallucinations, seizures, blackouts, incontinence, stress on the heartSuch is the ease of availability that it has even infiltrated middle-class living rooms

My anorexia was fuelled by celebrity magazines: Victim demands ban on airbrushed photographs

My anorexia was fuelled by celebrity magazines: Victim demands ban on airbrushed photographs Rachel Johnson weighed little more than four stone during four-year battle with eating disorder 20-year-old idolised super-slim models and celebrities from the age of 13 She is now calling on the Government to ban airbrushing in magazines and adverts that are aimed at children | UPDATED: 11:48 GMT, 30 April 2012 Three years ago Rachael Johnston was given just 48 hours to live after a four-year battle with anorexia left her weighing a mere 4 stone.