My name is Hannah Bradley and I am 28-years-old. In February 2011 my world changed in an instant when I had a massive seizure in the early hours of the night. Luckily my partner was with me as I lost consciousness and was rushed to hospital. I really don’t remember much about the two months that followed apart from seeing many doctors and having constant headaches and a number of seizures.
Approximately 7 million people in the UK are affected by an overactive bladder, Tim Harvey who suffers from the condition shares his experiences.
When Mr Tom Hurst first wrote to the Minister for Health asking for a national day to help people stop smoking, the reply was unequivocal: “the Minister feels he is unable to support campaigns which might mislead the public into assuming that a causal relationship between tobacco smoking and cancer had been definitely proved.”
Dear Mum. There is so much I want to say that is hard to verbalise so I hope you accept this letter to you.
Today is International Women’s Day and, to mark the occasion, the Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening gave an address outlining the UK government’s focus on girls’ and women’s rights. Speaking at an event hosted by the Gender and Development Network, Justine Greening outlined the three core components of the Department For International Development’s work to promote equality for women and girls – choice, control and voice.
I’ve been a presenter at QVC for almost 20 years and yet still I get asked at every viewer event I attend: ‘What did you do before you joined QVC?’ When I tell people, their response is usually: ‘I didn’t know that about you, you should write a book.’ That’s how the original seed for my book was planted but the idea for the format came about whilst I was swimming in the pool of the house I used to own in Spain.
Running 7.5 miles a day wasn’t enough to keep 60-a-day smoker Danny from a heart attack.
Patrick Shaw, 38, is the first man in the UK and Europe to undergo a ‘hair transplant by robot’. He speaks about the procedure.
Strokes can be different. Mine was the bump onto the floor, curled-up banana, non-speaking, non-walking, non-thinking, non-writing sort. Mine was, in TV scheduling terms, was at the graveyard time, early (6.30am) on a Sunday morning, when the outcome is statistically supposedly very dodgy as no stroke consultants are necessarily on duty at the hospital and a skeleton staff is on duty.
To coincide with Eating Disorders Week, Fenella Lemonsky offers readers advice on dealing with eating disorders.
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