Kate Middleton"s hyperemesis gravidarum: "I"ve been there and it felt like being poisoned," says mother

'I've been there, Kate, and it felt like being poisoned': One mother tells of her extreme morning sickness Sonia Purnell was 34 when she suffered hyperemesis gravidarum – the same condition as the Duchess of CambridgeHere she tells how the joy of being pregnant was overshadowed by an onslaught of violent nausea | UPDATED: 08:53 GMT, 4 December 2012 News of the Duchess of Cambridge’s admission to hospital yesterday, suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum – extreme morning sickness – instantly made me relive the agonies of my first pregnancy 15 years ago.

"I"ve been there, Kate, and it felt like being poisoned": One mother tells of her extreme morning sickness

'I've been there, Kate, and it felt like being poisoned': One mother tells of her extreme morning sickness Sonia Purnell was 34 when she suffered hyperemesis gravidarum – the same condition as the Duchess of CambridgeHere she tells how the joy of being pregnant was overshadowed by an onslaught of violent nausea | UPDATED: 23:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Poorly: Kate Middleton has been taken to hospital with hyperemesis gravidarum, which usually leaves women on a drip because they can't eat or drink News of the Duchess of Cambridge’s admission to hospital yesterday, suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum – extreme morning sickness – instantly made me relive the agonies of my first pregnancy 15 years ago.

Nestle hides GPS chips in KitKat bars to hand out suitcase full of cash

Have a break, have £10k! KitKat firm Nestle hides GPS chips in six bars so they can track you down and hand over a briefcase full of cashChocolate giant launches “We Will Find You” campaign in UK Tracking devices are activated when you open the wrapperTeam of “commandos” despatched to your exact locationThey will swoop down from helicopter to hand you winnings

Night-time necklace that can stop the pain of heartburn

Night-time necklace that can stop the pain of heartburn | UPDATED: 10:28 GMT, 5 June 2012 Overnight mircale: The device works by applying gentle pressure to the neck to stop acid leaking back up into the throat A necklace worn in bed at night could help banish the pain and discomfort of heartburn.