Boy gets new 'inedible' bedroom: Six-year-old with rare condition that means he craves solid objectsZach Tahir, from Salford, suffers from the rare condition PicaIt causes him to crave inedible objects, including stones, paper and moss /07/22/article-0-142754A2000005DC-937_634x464.jpg” width=”634″ height=”464″ alt=”Members of the Coronation Street cast have now got behind the campaign to raise money for Zach” class=”blkBorder” /> Members of the Coronation Street cast got behind the campaign to raise money for Zach Soap stars Kym Marsh, left, and Kate Ford, right, lent their support to the campaign to raise awareness and fun a new safe-proof room for the five-year-old Actor John Henshaw also supported the efforts to help build an extension for the child Some of the loose plaster in Zach's bedroom which the youngster has been eating Those included in supporting Zach's fund are members of the cast of ITV soap Coronation Street and comedian John Bishop.
Cancer victim who lost his nose to disease is growing a new one in his ARM for surgeons to sew back in place British man, 56, who is being kept annonymous, lost his nose to skin cancer Experts at University College London hope it will have a sense of smellProfessor Alex Seifalian said the nose will be the same as the man's orginalIt is the first time a nose has been grown from scratch and scientists say it procedure could be used to help car crash victims and wounded soldiers By Fiona Macrae Science Correspondent PUBLISHED: 22:31 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:51 GMT, 23 January 2013 A British businessman who lost his nose to cancer is growing a new one – in his arm.
Ready, Steady, Grip: How one arthritis sufferer conquered the kitchen in spite of her crippling condition | UPDATED: 21:29 GMT, 22 September 2012 Keen cooks may aspire to chop raw ingredients with the same speed and precision as Britain’s most famous TV chefs, but for many arthritis sufferers, doing so at less than half a professional’s pace can be a gruelling challenge.
Women who work more than 25 hours a week while pregnant 'more likely to have smaller babies' | UPDATED: 07:18 GMT, 28 June 2012 Pregnant women who work more than 25 hours a week tend to have smaller babies, according to research.
Eating fish may reduce risk of Alzheimer's by lowering levels of protein linked to the disease | UPDATED: 01:45 GMT, 3 May 2012 Eating fish and other foods containing omega-3 fatty acids may lower the risk of Alzheimer's disease, new research suggests.
Shop-bought baby foods 'lack vital nutrients essential for growth and protection against illness' | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 5 April 2012 Warning: Experts have warned that popular baby foods do contain vital nutrients (picture posed by actress) Top selling baby foods lack vital nutrients essential for growth and protection against illness, researchers have warned.
Transplant breakthrough as livers 'kept alive' outside body giving hope to hundreds Scientists have created a machine which can keep donor livers functioning outside the body.
The white stuff: Drinking just one glass of milk a day could boost your brain powerMilk drinkers five times more likely to succeed in memory testsDairy products could help stave off mental decline
Exposed: How patients are dying needlessly from bedsores and the hospitals where you're most at risk Pamela Goddard, an 82-year-old music teacher who conducted an amateur choir, had battled breast cancer for 50 years.
Hooked on chicken nuggets: Girl, 17, who has eaten nothing else since age TWO rushed to hospital after collapsing Stacey Irvine has breathing problems and anaemia.