Wood burning stoves can be a 'silent killer', leaking deadly carbon monoxide if not properly fitted<br>Around 40 people die in a year across England and Wales from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning<br>And 4,000 more need to be treated in accident and emergency for CO poisoning <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 18:29 GMT, 20 November 2012 </p> <p>They are a timeless and effective way to keep your home cosy and warm during the winter.
Could exhaust fumes CURE heart disease Minute amounts of dangerous toxins 'can unblock clogged arteries' Carbon monoxide and nitric oxide could widen blood vessels in tiny amounts | UPDATED: 12:55 GMT, 1 August 2012 British scientists are working on a pioneering experiment to cure heart disease – by using the toxic chemicals found in car exhaust fumes.
An oxygen chamber ended this woman's agony – so why is the NHS hellbent on axing them | UPDATED: 11:21 GMT, 19 March 2012 Novelist Jae De Wylde is no longer eligible for treatment For Jae De Wylde, unrelenting pain was an unwelcome part of life.
Smoking can make your nipples fall off: Plastic surgeon warns of gangrene following breast lift Smoking can make your nipples fall off – this is the astonishing claim by Dr Anthony Youn, one of American”s top plastic surgeons.
Katie blamed her migraines on stress.