'I want my children to know how much I loved them': Dying mother writes heartbreaking blog about cancer treatment so her young family can remember her Katie Scarbrough, 32, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in June 2012She underwent chemotherapy but in September was told it hadn't workedShe has been writing a blog for her children since starting her treatmentShe hopes it will allow Sam, 8, and Sophie, 4, to understand what happened ” class=”blkBorder” /> Katie, pictured here with Stuart and children Sam, 8, and Sophie, 4, was diagnosed with aggressive bowel cancer in June 2012 Mrs Scarbrough, who was the British junior champion figure skater when she was 18, has blogged the experience in an effort to create memories for her eight-year-old son Sam, and daughter Sophie, four.
Disabled boy, 4, receives prosthetic blade for Christmas just like his hero Jonnie Peacock Rio had lower right leg amputated at 14 months after being born without a knee or ankle jointHad got around using rigid NHS false limbAsked parents for a blade after watching Paralympics and meeting 100m runner Jonnie PeacockReceived new limb for Christmas thanks to Dorset-based company | UPDATED: 01:10 GMT, 26 December 2012 Like many little boys, four-year-old Rio Woolf dreams of following in the footsteps of his sporting idols.
The oh, oh, Ohhh-lympics! As record 150,000 condoms are handed out to a host of super-attractive athletes, could London 2012 be the raunchiest games everAthletes will receive 15 condoms each for the 17-day festival”I”ve seen athletes having sex out in the open, getting down and dirty on grass between buildings,” says U.S.
How to get arms like Mark Ruffalo: Secrets of an A-list body | UPDATED: 23:33 GMT, 30 April 2012 We reveal how to get the enviable physiques of the stars.
Dean Stoneman was poised to be the next Jenson Button but faced a terrifying race against 'young man's cancer' By Barney Calman PUBLISHED: 20:56 GMT, 21 April 2012 | UPDATED: 20:56 GMT, 21 April 2012 In January last year, Dean Stoneman looked set to become the next big British name in motorsport.
A promising lead about the whereabouts of Phoenix Coldon turned out to be a cruel hoax, causing the missing Missouri woman’s family additional pain, their entire life savings and their home.
Losing my hair has made me a winner: Brave cycling champ, 23, steps on to the podium without her wig after unexpected gold medal Joanna Rowsell has alopecia areata – a condition where the immune system attacks the hair folliclesIt's spurred me on to be even more focused, she says When cycling world champion Joanna Rowsell stepped onto the podium in the Olympic Velodrome on Saturday, she had every reason to be thrilled with her achievement.