Oh beer! Pub landlord who felt ill for months discovers he is ALLERGIC to aleAlastair Scott took home allergy test after feeling tired and unwellThe pub landlord was shocked when he discovered he was allergic to wheat – a key ingredient in beerBut the defiant ale lover insists he will continue to drink By Conor Sheils PUBLISHED: 16:12 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 19:08 GMT, 13 April 2013 Publican Alastair Scott discovered he was allergic to beer after taking an allergy test A pub landlord who tastes ales for a living has discovered he is allergic to BEER.
Talented teenager, 14, found dead by her father after suffering from suspected septicaemiaNatasha Scott-Falber fell ill with what her family thought was the norovirusBut she was found dead at her father's home on Valentine's DayIt is now believed the teenager may have died from septicaemia By Suzannah Hills PUBLISHED: 17:41 GMT, 19 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:42 GMT, 19 February 2013 Shock: Schoolgirl Natasha Scott-Falber, 14, is believed to have died from septicemia A talented teenager who had dreams of starring in the West End has died from suspected septicaemia aged just 14.
Tantrums and tragedy: Brothers, 39 and 42, suffering from 'Benjamin Button syndrome' regress to the age of 10Brothers have terminal leukodystrophy – it is so rare there are only 100 people affected in the whole of the UK | UPDATED: 13:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 Two brothers have developed an age-reversing disease, which has abruptly halted their adulthood and instead leaves them behaving like young children.
Doctors call for urgent stroke screening programme in bid to prevent 2,000 deaths a year GPs would check pulses of everyone over 65 and refer those with irregular pulses for further testing A national screening programme for over-65s should be 'urgently' introduced to reduce the number of premature deaths caused by stroke, according to medical experts.
One-embryo rule 'reduces chances of IVF success' as two give women better prospects of getting pregnant Childless women have a better chance of success with IVF if they ignore official guidelines and use two embryos rather than one, researchers say. The study challenges the view of IVF watchdog the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, which says no more than one embryo should be implanted because of the risk of multiple births. Such births, it says, are more likely to be premature and lead to disability.