Terminally-ill single mum, 23, who fulfilled her dream of having a fairytale wedding gets another wish granted by having a hen do at TOWIE nightclubKayleigh Duff, from Kent, has been diagnosed with terminal liver cancerHas list of things she wants to do before dying – including getting marriedLast week had a ceremony where she 'married' a male model at a castleNow been given a hen do at the TOWIE nightclub Sugar Hut in Brentwood and medics removed her bowel.
Nearly ALL doctors have given patients a placebo – either to keep them happy or reassure them 97% admitted giving placebos that are not proven, such as antibiotics for a viral infection 12% had used ‘pure’ placebos, such as sugar pills, which have no medicinal value at allMost placebos given to reassure patients, or to produce a psychological effect By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:58 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:58 GMT, 20 March 2013 Doctors clearly believe placebos can help patients, the research found Nearly all doctors have given their patients placebos, a study has found.
Diet fizzy drinks make you 60% MORE likely to get diabetes than regular, 'full fat' versionsDrinking one can a week of any type of fizzy drink increases risk of diabetes by a thirdWomen who drank 1.5 litres of diet drinks a week had up to 60 per cent increased risk of the diseaseArtificial sweeteners in diet drinks may be to blame PUBLISHED: 10:45 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:51 GMT, 8 February 2013 Women who drank diet drinks were more likely to develop diabetes than those who indulged in a regular, full-sugar version Diet fizzy drinks can raise the risk of diabetes by 60 per cent, startling new research has revealed.
Forget hot toddies for a cold – try a flu-busting ICE CREAM instead Inluenza sorbet has ingredients that help treat viral symptoms, such as pectin to soothe a sore throatPlus cayenne pepper and ginger to reduce inflammationAnd orange and lemon juice to boost immune system By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 18:08 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 1 February 2013 When we are struck down with a streaming cold most of us reach for a mug of comforting chicken soup or a hot toddy.
Get to 75 and you can eat what you like: Poor diet makes no difference to your health If you live to 75, your diet is unlikely to make much difference to your health afterwards, say expertsCompared elderly people who followed high-fat, high-sugar or healthy diet By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 17:35 GMT, 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:22 GMT, 18 January 2013 Many of us spend decades trying to overcome our food demons by avoiding fast food restaurants and resisting the dessert tray.
Mother has pioneering treatment using cells from dead patients that could potentially cure diabetesAnn Adair, who suffers from type one diabetes, is one of only a handful of people to have successfully had the operation The ground-breaking procedure takes cells from dead patients and transplants them to the livingExperts hope it could lead to a cure for hundreds of thousands of diabetes sufferers | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 27 November 2012 Deputy headteacher Ann Adair had a ground-breaking procedure which transplants cells from dead patients.
Are expensive cough mixtures a waste of time Which casts doubt on health claims | UPDATED: 07:13 GMT, 15 October 2012 Effective: Benylin cough syrup is popular off the shelves, but just how effective is it Popular medicines we spend billions of pounds on a year do not work as well as they claim to do, according to experts.
The 'healthy' cereal bars that contain 30% sugar and high levels of fat | UPDATED: 23:18 GMT, 17 August 2012 Cereal bars are not the healthy snack so many thought they were The image of cereal bars as a healthy snack is a myth, with some containing the equivalent of almost four teaspoons of sugar and high levels of fat, say researchers.
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Colour-changing contact lenses could replace painful skin prick tests for diabetics | UPDATED: 11:51 GMT, 24 May 2012 Millions of diabetes sufferers face the daily grind of frequent skin prick tests to monitor their blood sugar levels.