Emma ONeil: I"m living proof that you can beat anorexia

I'm living proof that you can beat anorexia: Girl who weighed 2st 12lb tells how she battled back to health Emma developed eating disorder when she was 14Only realised she was ill after she collapsed in a roadHas now set up a foundation to help others with the condition | UPDATED: 10:14 GMT, 20 September 2012 Weighing less than three stone, Emma O’Neil could not even lie down on a bed without bruising her fragile skin.

Cats that beg could be suffering from an obsession with food that has driven it to insanity

Cats that beg for food aren”t just hungry, they”ve got a psychological condition, say scientists. Feed me, please: A cat begging could be a sign of mental illness Does your cat meow for titbits from the table or rub against your legs as soon as you open the fridge It seems you may need to dish out some psychological treatment rather than a bowl of Whiskas.

Parkinson"s drugs can turn you into a sex addict: Nearly a fifth of patients develop strange obsessions – from gambling to painting

How Parkinson's drugs can turn you into an addict: Nearly a fifth of patients develop strange obsessions – from gambling to painting By Clare Goldwin PUBLISHED: 22:45 GMT, 30 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:12 GMT, 31 July 2012 When Nikki Baudains was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, one of the few positive things that seemed to come out of it was a new burst of creativity.

Skin cancer cases triple for the Seventies sun generation with 25 being diagnosed every day

Number of skin cancer cases triple for the Seventies ‘sun generation’ with 25 being diagnosed every day | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 23 July 2012 The number of over-50s being diagnosed with the deadliest form of skin cancer has trebled in 30 years.

Vanity Wonder who spent $15,000 on illegal bottom and hip injections reveals she’s lucky to be alive

Woman who spent $15,000 on illegal bottom and hip injections admits she”s lucky to be alive after her obsession could have killed her Vanity Wonder admitted on This Morning she didn”t know what she was injected with the first time she had the procedure

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.