Cancer be damned! I'll make this our best Christmas ever: The utterly inspiring story of a mother-of-six with breast cancer | UPDATED: 07:46 GMT, 20 December 2012 As the mother of six young children with just a few days to go until Christmas, I’m working my way through the very long list of jobs that send all of us into a spin at this time of year.
So THAT'S why Olympic stars are covered in sticky tape! | UPDATED: 01:20 GMT, 4 September 2012 What is that brightly coloured tape some of the Olympic and Paralympic athletes have been sporting on their bodies It might look like something an electrician would use, but it is, in fact, kinesiology tape — the latest must-have accessory designed to relieve injury.
The woman who says she is beating breast cancer thanks to low fat diet: Vicky is eating turmeric instead of taking powerful drug Miss Sewart's diet bans dairy and meat and contains frozen berries, vegetables and spices such as garlic, turmeric and gingerShe says turmeric 'makes cancer cells commit suicide'Worried about the side effects of cancer recovery drug Tamoxifen and chose to change her diet and exercise routines instead | UPDATED: 06:42 GMT, 25 June 2012 Vicky Sewart, pictured in her jewellery shop in Plymouth, opted to treat her condition with a health regime involving exercise and special foods A breast cancer patient refused to take powerful drugs she was offered to stop the disease returning – and chose to depend on a spicy low-fat diet instead.
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From puffy eyes, to swollen feet: How this woman's gentle touch can instantly drain the pain of swollen limbs Anne Schreiber is a trained physiotherapist who can bring instant relief From puffy eyes in the morning to swollen feet and ankles, they are the everyday problems that can be uncomfortable and unsightly.
My breast was rebuilt by a robot: After Colette”s mastectomy, a pioneering technique restored her confidence More than 18,000 women have a mastectomy every year in England alone. Colette Hatley, 51, a payroll administrator from Ipswich, was the first in the country to undergo robot-assisted breast reconstruction. THE PATIENT “They give you a tummy tuck and use that removed tissue to tailor a new breast for you,” said Colette Hatley on DIEP flap reconstruction Five years ago, at 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer