Brave girl, 8, overcomes cancer to appear in a movie alongside film hunk James McAvoy

Brave girl, 8, overcomes cancer to appear in a movie alongside film hunk James McAvoy Megan Finn was diagnosed with a kidney tumour in 2007She had surgery and underwent six months of chemotherapyLast year she beat hundreds of other youngsters to appear in movie adaptation of Irvine Welsh novel Filth with Oscar-nominated James McAvoy – but Megan won't be allowed to watch it for a few years.

Dancer suffering from profuse sweating disorder holds hands with boyfriend for the first time at 22 thanks to operation

Dancer suffering from profuse sweating disorder holds hands with boyfriend for the first time at 22 after operation to sever glands Lynsey Dare, 22, from Worcester, suffered from excessive sweating disorderHer affliction was so severe it water-damaged mobile phones and laptops | UPDATED: 15:34 GMT, 10 October 2012 A dancer has told of her joy at being able to hold hands with her boyfriend for the first time, thanks to an operation to cure an excessive sweating disorder.

Mexican street dance could help fight the symptoms of dementia

Mexican street dance could help fight the symptoms of dementia Danzn originated in England in the 17th century and is still popular in Mexico todayCare home residents who tried out the dance were less anxious and apathetic | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 31 August 2012 A Mexican street dance is putting a spring back in the step of British dementia patients.

Katie Dell allergic to WATER: I will die if I cry

‘I could die if I cry’: Agony of young woman who is so allergic to water that her TEARS cause potentially deadly burning rash. A young woman fears she could be killed by her own tears because she is allergic to water.

Young woman who can"t cry – because she"s allergic to her own tears

Young woman refuses to cry – because she”s allergic to her own tears Katie is in pain for two hours after every quick shower A young woman has revealed how she can”t watch a weepy film because she”s allergic to her own tears. Katie Dell, 26, is one only about 35 people in the world diagnosed with the rare condition called aquagenic urticaria, which means she is allergic to water. It means she can”t have long soaks in the bath, go swimming, or cry without triggering a painful, burning rash on her skin.