Woman who suffered extreme allergic reaction to eyelash extensions is told by salon 'remove them yourself' Jane Rolfe, 42, had severe reaction to glue used to apply eyelash extensionsLeft with severely blistered skin for weeks and had to take steroids Salon refused to remove eyelashes so took her five hours at home Now can't get compensation because salon voided insurance policy By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:06 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:04 GMT, 1 February 2013 A woman who suffered an extreme allergic reaction to eyelash extensions was forced to spend five hours peeling them off her face after the salon refused to remove them.
Boy, nine, dies from asthma attack as he didn't think he needed his brown inhaler to prevent episodes Brown inhaler has a low dose of steroids but must be taken regularly to build up resistance in the lungsBlue inhaler works to open up airways during an attack, but can do little once airways close His local GP practice has now stopped repeat prescriptions of inhalers and opted to assess children each time to monitor their condition and compliance | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 2 October 2012 A 'dynamo' boy of nine died from a severe asthma attack after he refused to let the condition spoil his love of playing with friends and family.
Asthma drug 'cut attacks by a fifth' even for those with severe form of the disease | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 16 September 2012 A DRUG that reduces the number of asthma attacks by more than a fifth could offer hope to hundreds of thousands of patients who suffer from the most severe form of the debilitating lung disease.
Plan to ban drug that would help thousands with incurable immune system disease put on holdThe NHS rationing body said Benlysta was too expensive at 9,000 a year despite there being no alternative treatments for lupus.But an appeal has ruled that a ban on the drug is put on hold | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 7 September 2012 A plan to ban a new drug that would help thousands of women with an incurable immune system disease has been put on hold.
Olympic doping tests may have to be tightened after study finds that green tea could help cheats Extracts shown to reduce testosterone concentrations by up to 30%Scientific director of World Anti-Doping Agency says changes could be necessary | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 6 April 2012 Green tea can help mask the levels of testosterone in the body, say scientists.
Should we all take an aspirin | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 25 March 2012 There are numerous health benefits but it's not without risk The benefits of aspirin are making headlines again, this time with research showing it prevents cancer.
My head turned into a football! Shocking pictures show swollen face of woman, 25, after allergic reaction to home colouring kit Carmen said she performed a patch test 48-hours before with no problems 'The most disgusting thing is my head started to leak pus,' she said A young woman who fancied a new look was temporarily blinded and hospitalised for three days following a severe reaction to hair dye she bought in the supermarket.
'Goldilocks' gene used to find drug treatment that is 'just right' for TB patients One of first examples of using personalised medicine for an infectious disease Tuberculosis patients may soon receive treatments specially tailored to their DNA, an international research team from Oxford University, King's College London, Vietnam and the U.S.
Louise Hastings has op cancelled after medic resigns’I’ve been treated really badly’, grandmother-of-four saysSays her weight piled on after taking steroids for asthma
Woman blinded and paralysed after stomach bug triggers allergy to virtually all FOOD A woman who caught a stomach bug on holiday developed a host of food allergies so severe that they twice robbed her of her sight and left her temporarily paralysed.