Meet SuperTed, the brave little boy with a serious heart defect who's battling to stay alive Ted Rourke has defect that stops oxygen being pumped around his bodySix-month-old has already survived two bouts of major surgery Now being kept alive by a heart bypass and a feeding machineHis bravery has earned him the nickname SuperTed, after cartoon character By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:28 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 21:19 GMT, 6 February 2013 The parents of a baby boy with a killer heart defect have spoken of his gruelling battle to stay alive.
Quick-thinking driver, 20, makes miracle escape as lorry flattens her car by tearing off her seatbelt and rolling out of harm”s way Lorry was pulling trailer, which toppled over on top of the Nissan MicraBrave woman managed to scramble out of crushed passenger side
'You can't win them all': Schoolboy with terminal brain tumour amazes friends and family with his brave attitude to death 16-year-old has elected to stop having chemotherapy and hopes to make it to his school promDavid's mother says she has learnt how to cope thanks to her son's strengthChildren have the same risk of getting a brain tumour as getting meningitis | UPDATED: 10:35 GMT, 22 June 2012 A schoolboy dying from a brain tumour has stunned his family with his bravery after responding to his terminal condition by saying: 'You can’t win them all.' David Langton-Gilks, who is just 16, said he has accepted he is 'stuffed' following a five year battle against the disease.
A mini-midwife aged just FIVE! Schoolboy Joby helps deliver his brother then saves newborn's life by untangling cord from round his neckSon Joby only person on hand, but he proved a cool head under pressureComforted his mother then stepped in when his brother wasn't breathingKelly: 'He was absolutely fantastic and I completely underestimated him' | UPDATED: 16:08 GMT, 14 June 2012 When Kelly Graves went into sudden labour at home, she must have been just a little concerned that the only person to hand was her five-year-old son, Joby.
Smile for the camera! Touching pictures of woozy children coming round from anaesthetic after having teeth outChildren's Hospital hopes the images will allay patients' fears of the dentist By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 16:34 GMT, 7 June 2012 | UPDATED: 16:58 GMT, 7 June 2012 These touching pictures show the faces of children before and after they are put under anaesthetic for particularly dreaded procedure – having their teeth pulled out.
In this amazing video, watch as an adorable golden retriever puppy struggling in a pool gets rescued by its mother.
Brave woman shopper pounced on pervert taking indecent pictures of children in Sainsbury”s… after security guards refused to help herWoman reported man”s suspicious behaviour after spotting him prowling the aisles with a cameraTwo weeks later, she saw him again and begged security to confiscate his phone
Incredible bravery of acid attack victim as she arrives to testify against married lover who scalded her when she dumped him.Patricia Lefranc, 48, left disfigured after sulphuric acid attack.She had been mistress of married Richard Remes, 57.He “launched assault after she ended relationship”