UP to a million Brits are taking anabolic steroids to get a buff bod, public health experts and doctors have said.
From teens seeking the ripped abs of their screen idols to older gents juicing for youthful looks the numbers of people using image- and performance-enhancing drugs (IPEDs).
Research suggests that
A MAN “froze to death” outside his home after waiting 16 hours for an ambulance to arrive, it is reported.
A whistleblower from the ambulance service handed a damning dossier to the media detailing the case and several others.
The man, believed to be in his 50s, was found dead
THE collapse of Carillion is one of those scandals that do neither Labour or the Tories any favours.
Labour put a rocket under outsourcing when in Government, and the Tories are quick to point out the opposition party were still using the failed giant to provide services in Wales
BRITS are facing an Aussie flu jab crisis as chemists are reportedly beginning to run out of vaccines.
Pharmacies across the UK have been forced to turn away patients due to a shortage amid fears of an epidemic as the virus continues to spread.
Branches of Boots in Cumbria, the
SHAMED former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been found guilty of failing to provide information to the Pensions Regulator after the chain went bust.
The businessman, who bought the doomed chain from Sir Philip Green for £1 a year before it collapsed, had claimed he did "everything and more" to
THE mum of a baby born with a hole in her heart has hit out at the government after her life-saving op was cancelled FIVE times due to hospital pressures.
Adorable one-year-old Evelyn Johnston-Smith was in desperate need of major surgery to correct the heart defect which was spotted
THERESA MAY was today slammed over the NHS winter crisis - as Andrew Marr told her he would have died without speedy care.
The BBC star, who suffered a stroke five years ago, told the PM: "This is about life and death."
Mrs May admitted that "nothing's perfect" - but
SHOCKING images have emerged of patients lying on a hospital floor as the NHS winter crisis deepens.
In pictures posted to social media two people can be seen apparently asleep on the floor, at least one seemingly in a hospital gown.
The woman who took the photos said she snapped
JEREMY Corbyn is still not back at work after his Christmas holiday to Mexico while his own party warns the NHS is in a “winter crisis”.
The Labour leader is believed to be on his way back from an 11-day vacation to South America, the same destination he spent last
THERESA MAY today apologised for delays to the NHS - admitting it is "difficult, frustrating and disappointing" for patients.
The PM's comments came as Jeremy Hunt appeared to admit there is a "crisis" in the health service with thousands of operations cancelled.
Mrs May visited Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey
JEREMY Hunt has apologised to everyone who has had operations cancelled while Theresa May has rejected claims the NHS is currently in “crisis”.
The Health Secretary was speaking after it was revealed tens of thousands of non-urgent procedures could be deferred until next month.
But he defended the decision, calling
AMIR Khan hailed I’m A Celebrity as his “detox” during a candid appearance on Loose Women.
The boxer, who was spotted looking loved up with his pregnant wife, Faryal Makhdoom on the way to the show earlier this morning, admitted he was now working hard on their relationship.
SECRET government crisis offices are to have Sky News installed to keep up to date on terror.
The TV channel’s reporters are better informed than our spooks, say spy chiefs.
Senior intelligence sources said the £25million move will help the Government respond quicker when it convenes Cobra crisis meetings during
MINISTERS yesterday pledged to spend £180million of Britain’s bloated foreign aid budget to stem the flow of migrants fleeing Africa.
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt said the taxpayer-funded package will help build infrastructure, create jobs and smash smuggling routes across Libya, Sudan and Tanzania.
Britain will spend £121million over five
THE IMPACT of Brexit could be as huge as the financial crisis, David Davis told MPs today.
The Brexit Secretary said it was impossible to predict how quitting the EU will affect Britain's economy because it will be a "paradigm shift" in the same way as the crash of
IRANIAN President Hassan Rouhani warned Saudi Arabia it will achieve nothing by threatening the "might" of his country as the war of words between the rivals reaches breaking point.
"You know the might and place of the Islamic republic. People more powerful than you have been unable to do
MILITARY leaders in the US will showcase never-before-seen battlefield weapons during any future conflicts with North Korea.
Technology experts within the Pentagon have invested billions on dozens of new state-of-the art combat machines which will send Kim Jong-un scurrying to the hills for cover.
In the vanguard of any attack will
AMERICA'S giant iconic Cold War bomber is back in the spotlight with the revelation that squadrons are on a moment's notice to strike North Korea.
The B-52 Stratofortress - capable of carrying 20 nuclear cruise missiles - has been on the front line of America's defence arsenal since the
BRITAIN’S armed forces are gearing up for a possible war with North Korea, it has been claimed.
Top brass have reportedly been tasked with drawing up plans detailing how the UK would respond if a conflict broke out with wannabe warlord Kim Jong-un.
One option involves dispatching Britain’s new
TEN of thousands of people took to the streets in Barcelona and Madrid and staged rival rallies amid a growing crisis over Catalan independence - as far-right protesters flashed fascist salutes.
Protesters dressed in white gathered in front of town halls in dozens of cities across Spain to demand
Anthony Martial was the latest player to limp off injured for United after the Frenchman impressed in their 4-1 win
FEARS for the safety of NHS patients has soared as thousands of nursing positions are unfilled, it has emerged.
Royal College of Nursing chief Janet Davies claims a "perfect storm" is set to swarm the profession, as large numbers have quit because of poor pay and staff shortages.
Families that rely on doorstep lenders to tide them over have been left in limbo by software bug
People with poor credit ratings who rely on the firm to tide them over with cash may not get it because of a software bug, according to reports.
Peter Crook resigned as boss