ED Sheeran shocked fans when he revealed his wife had been diagnosed with a tumour whilst pregnant. The singer's followers are now keen to find out how Cherry Seaborn is doing. How is Ed Sheeran's wife Cherry Seaborn doing? In March 2023, Ed Sheeran revealed in an Instagram post about his album Subtract, that his wife Cherry Seaborn had previously been diagnosed with a tumour . As she was pregnant at the time with their second child, she could only seek treatment after the baby was born . But The Sun exclusively revealed how she is now "recovering well" following treatment for the tumour. The pair are now looking to put the traumatic experience behind them. More on Ed Sheeran SECRET HEARTACHE Ed Sheeran's wife Cherry breaks silence on health battle in new doc MESSED-UP ED Inside Ed Sheeran's secret struggle to make album with wife's health shock An insider told The Sun: “It’s been an … [Read more...] about How is Ed Sheeran’s wife Cherry Seaborn doing? Latest health updates
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Chaotic mental health hospital where 3 took own lives allowed patients onto suicide sites
L-R Emily Moore, Christie Harnett, Nadia Sharif (Image: Harnett/Moore/Sharif families) SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info A Middlesborough mental health hospital where three teenagers took their own lives has been blasted in a damning report, which claims staff allowed patients to self-harm and access websites about suicide. The report was ordered after three teenagers - Christie Harnett, 17, Nadia Sharif, 17, and Emily Moore, 18 - died across an eight-month period at West Lane Hospital, with the last death being in February 2020. Related articles Mum of boy 'groomed' by county line gangs sends warning after death Boris and co must own up to this Covid disaster, says TOBY GREEN The hospital was described as … [Read more...] about Chaotic mental health hospital where 3 took own lives allowed patients onto suicide sites
I woke up one day unable to urinate – now I need a ‘bladder pacemaker’ at 30
A 30-year-old woman who woke up one day unable to urinate has told of her battle with a rare condition that 'completely changed' her life. Elle Adams, from east London , woke up in October 2020 and found she was unable to urinate, regardless of how much fluid she drank. The content creator rushed to A&E at St Thomas' Hospital in London, where doctors found she had a litre of urine in her bladder — double the amount it usually holds. Doctors fitted her with an emergency catheter, a flexible plastic tube inserted into the bladder to drain urine, which was her only way of urinating. She was eventually diagnosed with Fowler's syndrome — an inability to pass urine normally — in December 2021. But it was not until January that she had a 'pacemaker for the bladder' fitted, which enables her to wee normally sometimes. However, she still has to rely on a catheter. Elle Adams had a litre of urine in her bladder when she sought help - this is double the amount a women's … [Read more...] about I woke up one day unable to urinate – now I need a ‘bladder pacemaker’ at 30
I couldn’t pee for a year – I just woke up one day and couldn’t go no matter how much I drank
A WOMAN who couldn't pee for an entire year was diagnosed with a rare condition which "completely changed" her life. Elle Adams, 30, woke up in October 2020 unable to go to the toilet, no matter how much she drank. The content creator, from Bow, east London , who was otherwise "extremely healthy" said she was "very concerned". She decided to take herself to St Thomas' Hospital , London, where doctors were shocked to find Elle had 600ml of urine in her bladder. Women's bladders are usually only able to hold up to 500ml and men's up to 700ml. Doctors fitted Elle with an emergency catheter in the hope it would drain some urine from her bladder. Read more on Fowlers syndrome FIT TO BURST Woman, 23, has been unable to wee for THREE YEARS after being struck down with bizarre syndrome URINE TROUBLE I wake up 5 times nightly for toilet but rare condition stops me from weeing After waiting for a few hours Elle … [Read more...] about I couldn’t pee for a year – I just woke up one day and couldn’t go no matter how much I drank
Shoppers are raving about ‘game changer’ Kloris menopause support patches
SHOPPERS are hailing a natural relief patch as a 'game changer' for combatting common menopause symptoms. From hot flushes to sleep disorders, this 'wonder' patch from Kloris provides all-around support, and we've found a way to save 20 per cent on a range of monthly supplies. Save 20% on Kloris Menopause Patches with code: MPATCH - shop here Many women are enjoying round-the-clock and all natural support to alleviate the symptoms of menopause from these discrete, convenient patches from KlorisCBD . For a limited time, customers will be able to save 20 per cent on all packages using the code: MPATCH at the checkout. Each pack contains 30 patches which would usually cost £35 but is down to £30 with the discount code. Read More HRT HELP HRT prescriptions to cost less than £20 per year in menopause campaign win HEALTH CHECK What is early menopause and is it linked to alcohol addiction? You can … [Read more...] about Shoppers are raving about ‘game changer’ Kloris menopause support patches
Half of commuters avoid public transport to get to work – due to hygiene concerns
Half of commuters (51%) will pay more to travel to work, and 46% will choose a longer route – over concerns about hygiene and cleanliness, a study has found. More than three-quarters (79%) of adults who use public transport to get to work will avoid holding the handrails on a train, tube, or bus, to reduce their risk of picking up germs, while 55% said the same of escalator handrails. And the poll of 1,110 commuters found 14% even go as far as to wear disposable gloves on their journeys to or from work. However, more than a fifth (22%) say they would still take public transport during peak times even if they had a cough or a cold – and 21% of these would hold the handrails. Nearly half would take a longer route to work if it meant avoiding germs and bacteria ( Image: Peter Cade/Getty Images) The survey was commissioned by Puressentiel, whose spokesman said: “Whilst many of us have adapted and improved our commuting hygiene practices since the pandemic, from our … [Read more...] about Half of commuters avoid public transport to get to work – due to hygiene concerns
PIP rates to increase in weeks – how much will you get?
PIP rates to increase in weeks - how much will you get? (Image: Getty) SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Millions of Britons receiving Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) benefits are due to see a pay rise in April, as confirmed by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt during last November’s Autumn Statement. Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is one of the many benefits included in the uplift, which will mean some claimants will receive hundreds more a year. Related articles Thousands of people near end of life to get fast-tracked benefits Full details of DWP cost of living payments due from next month PIP is a benefit distributed by the DWP to help people who need extra help with daily tasks or getting around due … [Read more...] about PIP rates to increase in weeks – how much will you get?
Bruce Willis’ wife shares sweet clip as she ‘keeps memories safe’ for him amid dementia
Bruce Willis and Wife renew their vows SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Bruce Willis , 68, and Emma Heming Willis, 44, married in 2009 and for their 10th anniversary renewed their vows at the very same spot they first said: “I do”. Emma shared a touching message as she clings to this memory, five weeks after revealing the Die Hard star’s devastating new diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia. Related articles Eamonn Holmes says mum 'didn't want him' at her funeral Gino D'Acampo 'lived on top of Gordon and Fred' before quitting show Sharing a sweet, soundless clip with her 776,000 followers , Emma and Bruce were surrounded by their blended family for the loving ceremony. The bride … [Read more...] about Bruce Willis’ wife shares sweet clip as she ‘keeps memories safe’ for him amid dementia
What is Symprove, what does it do and is it worth it?
WE'VE long been reminded that it's important to look after ourselves from the inside out. Symprove is the brand worth keeping on your radar for stomach concerns, ranging from IBS and bloating to digestive issues. Save 15% off Symprove with code: SUN15 - shop here Gut health is something over 35 per cent of Brits were looking to improve heading into 2023, and there's one brand that continues to show up among the favourites. It has gained a host of celebrity fans and health fanatics alike including presenter Lisa Snowdon and singer Alexandra Burke . Symprove is a unique water-based probiotic, which delivers four unique strains of bacteria that reach the gut alive. Read More GUT FEELING From probiotics to better sleep — how to improve your gut health Symprove your diet Save 15% on Symprove the gut-boosting supplement Lisa Snowden swears by It is available in a few flavours including mango and … [Read more...] about What is Symprove, what does it do and is it worth it?
Is Parkinson’s disease, ‘world’s fastest growing brain disease,’ mostly preventable? Study offers clues
close Video Man with Parkinson's disease walks for first time in years shocking doctors Charles Shields, who has Parkinson's disease and is in hospice, says it's a miracle that he was able to walk for the first time after being bedridden for several years. Researchers warn that a colorless chemical known as trichloroethylene (TCE) — which has been used to dry-clean clothes, degrease metals and decaffeinate coffee — may be linked to the dramatic increase in Parkinson’s disease (PD) cases. They recently published a series of seven cases in the Journal of Parkinson’s disease that illustrate TCE’s harmful health effects and the potential PD association. "TCE is associated with a 500% increased risk of Parkinson’s disease," lead author Dr. Ray Dorsey, professor of neurology at the University of Rochester in New York and author of "Ending Parkinson’s Disease," told Fox News Digital. CHEMICALS IN WATER AND HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS COULD REDUCE … [Read more...] about Is Parkinson’s disease, ‘world’s fastest growing brain disease,’ mostly preventable? Study offers clues