Selective dorsal rhizotomy: Boy, 4, takes first steps after flying to U.S for surgery despite callous thieves stealing charity funds

Taking his first steps: Boy whose funds for 35,000 private op were stolen by thieves walks after parents raise money again Corin diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 18months and walked with a frameParents launched fundraising campaign to pay for surgery to loosen his legsIn August thieves stole 1,400 from the fund, but family pressed on his parents started a fundraising campaign to pay for a special procedure to loosen his legs as it is not routinely available on the NHS.

Oxytocin: How drug used to speed up births can starve a baby of oxygen

How drug used to speed up births can starve a baby of oxygen | UPDATED: 06:48 GMT, 16 October 2012 Kate was nine days overdue with Jack when she was admitted to Yeovil District Hospital Jack Clayton is a bright seven-year-old with an impish grin who loves riding his Dartmoor pony, Harry Hoof, and playing with his four-year-old brother.

Scientists discover new treatment that could reverse the effects of Alzheimer"s disease

Scientists discover new treatment that could reverse the effects of Alzheimer's disease Compound discovered during drug tests to treat neurological pain in chemotherapy patients | UPDATED: 04:29 GMT, 3 September 2012 Scientists believe they have discovered a breakthrough treatment that could halt and reverse the effects of Alzheimer's disease.

Cerebral palsy procedure: Girl, 4, denied operation to help her walk due to postcode lottery to have surgery after wellwishers raised 30,000

Girl, 4, denied operation to help her walk due to postcode lottery to have surgery after well-wishers raise 30,000 Evie suffers from cerebral palsy and can only shuffle using a walking frameShe will undergo a procedure to 'free' her legs thanks to contributions from wellwishers after her story was featured on MailOnline in January | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 28 August 2012 Karissa Skidmore with her daughter Evie Tucker who suffers from cerebral palsy.

Boy, 6, with cerebral palsy takes first steps after family raise 50,000 for life-changing surgery in America

Boy, 6, with cerebral palsy takes first steps after family raise 50,000 for life-changing surgery in America Operation involves cutting the nerves in the spine to release the spasticity (tension) in AJs muscles | UPDATED: 09:10 GMT, 18 June 2012 A little boy born with cerebral palsy has taken his first steps just days after a life-changing operation in America.

Women who go through change early more likely to suffer fatal brain haemorrhage

The deadly danger of an early menopause: Women who go through change early more likely to suffer fatal brain haemorrhage | UPDATED: 01:15 GMT, 12 June 2012 Women who go through an early menopause are more likely to have a potentially fatal brain haemorrhage, experts warned last night.

UK"s most popular IVF treatment in turmoil over shock report into baby defects

IVF treatment used by 23,000 women in turmoil as shock report shows birth abnormalities have DOUBLEDSurvey shows injections used by 20,000 British couples a year reveals one in ten babies born with abnormalitiesFindings show all other IVF procedures are safeClinics accused of profiting from more expensive procedure | UPDATED: 22:24 GMT, 5 May 2012 Fertility clinics are facing demands to restrict the most popular form of IVF after a shocking new report linked it to an increased risk of birth defects.