Specialists at Great Ormond Street Hospital think it is time to stop providing life support treatment to eight-month-old Charlie Gard.Read the full story ›
Chris Gard and Connie Yates want to be allowed to take him to a hospital in America where they hope he can be treated.Read the full story ›
Douglas Lamond, who was registered blind, received his weekly medicines in pill boxes assembled at his pharmacy.Read the full story ›
Charlie is now 7-months-old and has spent almost all his life in hospital. But doctors say there is nothing more they can do.Read the full story ›
Specialists at Great Ormond Street Hospital want to withdraw life-support for seven-month-old Charlie Gard, but his parents are refusing.Read the full story ›
Abiageal Peters was born at just 23 weeks after mum Louise, 32, went into premature labour.Read the full story ›
A comedian who lived with anorexia for a decade has turned his experience into a stand-up show.
Dave Chawner wants to bring humour to the difficult and in his words - very unfunny topic - to engage people.
There are varying estimates about what percentage of eating disorder sufferers are men, but studies have shown that it could be up to 25%. The secretive nature of eating disorders means it’s possible that many sufferers of all genders are being overlooked.
Use the following services to find out more information and advice on eating disorders.
NHS Choices – Eating Disorders
Beat (Beat Eating Disorders)
- Helpline: 0808 801 0677
- Youthline: 0808 801 0711
- Beat website
Aldren Tomlinson, 45, was fired earlier this month for taking the sandwich despite telling catering staff he would pay them later.Read the full story ›
Victoire Dauxerre was a supermodel who walked at some of the biggest fashion shows in the world.
She graced the catwalks in London, Milan and New York, but behind the glamour she faced personal turmoil. She was urged to lose weight and at 5 foot 10 was targeting an unhealthy 7 stone. She became ill, quit modelling and ended up attempting suicide.
They don't tell you you have to lose 22lbs in two months. What they say is you need to be this size to fit into the clothes, otherwise you don't get any work.
The UK's eating disorder charity, B-EAT has specially trained atff to help end the suffering caused by eating disorders. For more information click here.