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LIFE began to make sense for Olly Carmichael when he was diagnosed with autism at the age of 25. It was the key to understanding him and the beginning of his recovery. He speaks to health reporter Kate Liptrot.
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Having put her accident prone nature down to clumsiness, Dawn Genner has since been diagnosed with a neurological condition many sufferers may not realise they have. She speaks to health reporter Kate Liptrot.
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MY SON is off to university this week and I was reflecting on the huge culture of drinking alcohol that seems to pervade university life. They say it is a social lubricant but I often wonder why we need to dull our senses and our brain in order to enjoy ourselves.
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3:23pm Monday 8th September 2014
Jo Milan was left only able to say three words after suffering a stroke at the age of 46. Having made massive progress in her recovery, she has just scaled Whitby's famous 199 steps. She speaks to health reporter Kate Liptrot.
3:14pm Monday 8th September 2014
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SUMMER holidays are over and the new school term has begun. As well as all the excitement of seeing school friends again, the return to lessons can bring nerves, anxiety, upset tummies and various bugs and germs – for both teachers and pupils.
3:19pm Monday 1st September 2014
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FATHER-OF-TWO Johnny Pearson's life was saved when a stranger donated stem cells. The pair became friends and raised thousands for charity by running in the London Marathon together. By health reporter Kate Liptrot.
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11:45am Tuesday 26th August 2014
1:34pm Monday 25th August 2014
1:23pm Monday 25th August 2014
Victoria Pendleton, the golden girl of British cycling, is on a mission to encourage more of us to take to two wheels. She tells Karin Mochan her plans and why more of us need to discover the joys of sport.
1:02pm Monday 25th August 2014
What were you doing on Wednesday, August 11th 1999? The date may mean little to most of you. But if I said that it was the day when a total solar eclipse could be seen in the UK, you may remember where you were when it happened.
1:27pm Monday 25th August 2014
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3:29pm Monday 18th August 2014
3:15pm Monday 18th August 2014
A YORK mum who nearly died after developing a rare form of pre-eclampsia - which caused her unborn baby's heart to stop beating - has told of how they beat all the odds to survive. She speaks to health reporter Kate Liptrot.
3:05pm Monday 18th August 2014
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In my 18 years of practise, I’ve come across many remarkable patients who have battled adversity and come out on top – but perhaps none more so than Carolyn, who has given me permission to share her story with you.
3:46pm Monday 11th August 2014
AFTER losing nearly eight stone Claire Martin was given a new lease of life. But the weight crept back on again when she had her two children. She tells health reporter Kate Liptrot how she's turned it back around.
3:44pm Monday 11th August 2014
A YORK mum who was given weeks to live before she had a heart transplant is taking part in a remarkable 40 mile bike ride alongside a team of people whose lives have been saved by transplants. Kate Liptrot reports.
3:42pm Monday 11th August 2014
Last week the British Council released the findings of a survey carried out amongst young adults around the world asking them what makes the UK attractive to them. Culture and history were the most popular answers, and when asked what was unattractive about the UK, the most common responses were our drinking habits and our food!
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DO you think that with the right support you could transform your health? A team from The Press has been given one-to-one support by a York gym to do just that. They tell health reporter Kate Liptrot how they got on.
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