World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:11 GMT, 4 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.
World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:42 GMT, 3 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.
Winter vomiting bug closes hundreds of wards as cases hit a FIVE-YEAR high New figures show number of cases 72 per cent higher than last DecemberMore than 300 hospital wards in England and Wales have been closed to new patients since outbreak beganA total of 43 have been shut in the past two weeks aloneSchools across the UK have been affected, with one south-west London primary reporting 'unprecedented' numbers of pupils off sick | UPDATED: 03:43 GMT, 13 December 2012 Hundreds of hospital wards have been forced to close due to the spread of the winter vomiting bug, as fears grow that this winter's outbreak could prove to be the worst on record.
Is SALT making children fat Youngsters left parched by crisps and chips are quenching their thirst with sugary drinks Two thirds of children consumed sugar sweetened drink in the studyIn this group the more salt they consumed the more sugary beverages they drankThe children who consumed more than one sugary drink per day were 34% more likely to be overweight | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 11 December 2012 Sweetened: Those who consumed high amounts of salt were also the most likely to reach for sugary drinks Salty snacks could be fueling childhood obesity as they encourage youngsters to guzzle sweetened drinks to quench their thirst, say researchers.
Worrying teenage trend for self-harming sparks sharp increase in calls to ChildLine Child hospital admissions caused by ‘intentional harm with a sharp object’ up 132 per cent in a decadeCharity blames growing family problems for spike in self-harming among the young | UPDATED: 13:30 GMT, 5 December 2012 Children are turning to self-harm as a result of deepening family problems, a leading charity said yesterday.
Too good to be true: Men admit lying about their earning power, hobbies and divorce in order to impress on first date | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 23 November 2012 If you've just been on the perfect date and think your new man with a top job, interesting hobby and no ex-wife on the scene is too good to be true – he probably is.
West Nile virus death toll jumps by a THIRD in one week as U.S.
Lack of exercise is as bad for you as smoking: Failing to get fit causes 90,000 deaths a yearDeath toll from smoking is only slightly higher Only a third get enough exercise each week | UPDATED: 07:04 GMT, 18 July 2012 Under NHS guidelines, everyone is meant to take at least two and a half hours of exercise a week If you thought kicking the cigarette habit was enough to keep you healthy, you may want to go and find your trainers.
Maternity care cuts 'stop new mothers breastfeeding' | UPDATED: 06:42 GMT, 16 July 2012 Women stop breastfeeding their babies earlier in areas where there have been cuts to maternity services, research suggests.
Two thirds 'hit the bottle' to relax after a stressful day at work 60 per cent blamed work for their stress levels while half blamed financial worries | UPDATED: 08:46 GMT, 6 July 2012 Most adults admit they turn to alcohol to help them cope after a stressful day, according to new research.