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.
Girl, 2, in brave battle against arthritis after being bedridden for months with mystery illnessBlaze Duckworth, of Bolton, Greater Manchester, needs injections to walkShe became ill last Christmas but was not diagnosed until April this year | UPDATED: 18:41 GMT, 15 October 2012 Jumping on a trampoline, Blaze Duckworth seems to be playing as happily as any two-year-old.
Catherine took two painkillers for her bad back and just hours later she was dead – because her GP had prescribed TEN TIMES the correct dose | UPDATED: 00:57 GMT, 14 May 2012 When Catherine Rodger swallowed the usual two painkillers for her bad back, it was just part of her bedtime routine.
Coleen was slim and fit – but her daily chocolate habit gave her a heart attack | UPDATED: 21:39 GMT, 30 April 2012 Until the heart attack, Coleen Gill had no idea she had several risk factors Coleen Gill reached for an indigestion pill when she felt a burning sensation spread across the middle of her chest.
A woman’s best friend: Diabetic mother reveals how her cocker spaniel has saved her life FOUR TIMES. A severely diabetic mum told how her life has been saved four times by her cocker spaniel – Scotland’s first blood sugar sniffer dog.
Season to be jolly Not for the mother who”s allergic to Christmas trees, tinsel, mince pies and turkey The festive season would not be complete without Christmas trees, tinsel, mince pies and turkey. But for Donna Hindley, these seemingly innocuous Yuletide items are a source great of dread.