How doctors are using Coca-Cola to treat painful stomach blockages The drink's chemical ingredients do a similar job to gastric acid, by helping to digest fibreThe bubbles also help speed up the process By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 13:59 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:59 GMT, 7 January 2013 Doctors have discovered that Coca Cola is highly effective at treating stomach blockages Doctors are using Coca-Cola to treat a painful stomach condition, sparing patients from surgery.
‘I was too ashamed to get the cancer test that could have saved my mother’: Obese father-of-three, 37, loses EIGHTEEN stone in nine months after vowing to slim for his sons
Wayne Robinson dropped from 31st to 13st after making a ‘conscious effort to constantly avoid embarrassing situations’ like parents evening
Fancy eating at the NEST-aurant The “bird abode” dining pods perched on tree tops where waiters fly though the air on zip-lines.At 283 for a meal for two, it’s not cheap… although it certainly is cheep.
“I heard the Essex lion roar behind my house”: Fear of residents told to stay at home as police launch hunt for “big cat” 30 police officers, marksmen and two helicopters in searchPanicked man running towards family yelled: “It”s a f****** lion!” Family playing backgammon in front room heard very loud roar . Residents of a village where a lion is believed to be on the loose have today spoken of their fear after police launched a huge search for the beast.
Hunt for a “lion on the loose in Essex”: 30 police officers, crack marksmen and two helicopters join search. Armed police were last night hunting for a lion believed to be on the loose in Essex.
Fat Britain: Gastric bypass operations on the NHS up by 530% over the past five years 18,577 gastric bypass and 7,650 gastric band operations were carried out between April 2006 and March 2012Gastric bands cost up to 8,000 while bypasses cost up to 15,000 Risk of complications are 1 in five for bypasses and 1 in 10 for bands | UPDATED: 11:16 GMT, 23 August 2012 The number of gastric bypass operations carried out by the NHS in England has risen five-fold over the past five years, new figures have revealed.
Enough to make your head swim: World”s largest pool which cost $1bn and holds 66m gallons is so big you can even sail boats on it The Crystal Lagoon at San Alfonso del Mar resort, Chile, is large enough for sailing and comes with its own fake beach
Well it has been a whole month! Just weeks after 17-day Hawaii vacation Michelle hits the slopes with daughters on Aspen ski trip With the economy on its knees, many American families have had to forgo their annual holiday just to make ends meet.
Asthmatic children's lives put at risk by 'red tape' as schools banned from keeping spare inhaler 1.1million children have asthma and 30,000 are admitted to hospital with condition each year Prescription only: Schools cannot have a spare asthma inhaler under current legislation Children with asthma are being prevented from getting access to inhalers in schools due to 'needless red tape', a leading charity has warned. Asthma UK said schools are prevented from keeping a spare blue reliever inhaler on their premises because they are prescription-only medicines. But this puts children's lives at risk when they have forgotten to bring their own inhaler to school or have run out, it said