New NHS 111 phone line under fire again after paramedics are sent to deal with an ingrown toenail and a CAT with diarrhoea System is 'endangering lives' as responders can't get to real emergenciesAmbulance staff say their workload has almost doubled since 111 beganBlame inexperienced operators unable to filter calls from the publicHospitals have also seen huge influx of patients since the scheme began -13.
You might as well stay on the couch because keeping fit 'can't stop our muscles ageing' By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 01:14 GMT, 22 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:08 GMT, 22 March 2013 Sex And The City star Sarah Jessica Parker, now 47, has been forced to reduce her daily workout after her designer gowns revealed her bulging veins and sinewy biceps Millions of us spend hours sweating and straining in the gym hoping to keep ourselves looking younger than our years.
Mother trapped in her own body for nine months after brain haemorrhage makes startling recovery thanks to last ditch surgery Pauline Quinn suffered a brain haemorrhage in July 2011 and was unresponsive for nine months, unable to walk, talk or eat Amazed doctors by talking again after shunt drained excess fluid from brainShe told her sister she thought she had been in hospital for a few weeks doctors put a shunt into Ms Quinn's brain to drain extra fluid from her skull.
The weight-loss boarding school where students can shed nearly 100lbs A TERMJason, 16, who started at academy in September lost 93lbs by this ChristmasPupils have counselling and fitness and cookery classes alongside normal lessonsSlimming school is latest weapon in U.S battles against obesity | UPDATED: 09:44 GMT, 25 December 2012 When Jason Alexander started boarding school in September he weighed a massive 23st.
Olympic star Jessica Ennis: 'Girls are put off becoming athletes because they worry about being too muscly'The heptathlete admitted she too was concerned about weight training and had to be reassured by her coach She tells girls 'sport and being strong is good' | UPDATED: 07:40 GMT, 27 November 2012 Olympic heroine Jessica Ennis believes young girls are being put off sport because will end up being too muscular.
Suffering from office aches and pains Try the dumbbell cure One hour a week of lifting small weights is enough to stop neck and shoulder stiffness | UPDATED: 00:52 GMT, 24 November 2012 Picking up a dumbbell could see off common aches and pains suffered by office workers.
Poster girl for cancer charity dies: Sophie, 21, campaigned to warn others after doctors said she was 'too young' to get the diseaseSophie Cutts became cancer charity ambassador before her death to warn others that disease can strike at any ageThought she had undergone successful mastectomy and chemotherapyBut months later doctors found a secondary tumour on her brainFamily want to fulfil her final wish by raising awareness among young people | UPDATED: 21:54 GMT, 1 October 2012 The parents of a young woman who died of breast cancer aged 21 are carrying on their daughter’s message that the disease can strike at any age.
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The gruelling workout of Martine Wright: Secrets of a Paralympic body | UPDATED: 00:19 GMT, 4 September 2012 We reveal the stories behind the stars of the Games and their gruelling workouts.
Boy disabled at birth after doctors failed to spot plummeting blood sugar levels set for 1m payout | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 9 August 2012 A boy left brain damaged as a baby after doctors failed to spot his blood sugar levels had plummeted is set to be awarded more than 1million in compensation.