Peter Andre: "I have an annual Botox jab to stop my lines from getting too deep"

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"I have an annual Botox jab to stop my lines from getting too deep": Under the microscope with Peter Andre

'I have an annual Botox jab to stop my lines from getting too deep': Under the microscope with Peter Andre /12/31/article-2255483-16AC5117000005DC-221_233x370.jpg” width=”233″ height=”370″ alt=”'I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I'm turning 30, not 40,' said Peter Andre” class=”blkBorder” /> 'I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I'm turning 30, not 40,' said Peter Andre HOW FIT ARE YOU I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I’m turning 30, not 40.

The teenager sure to be in Santa"s good books after giving CPR to save her little brother"s life

The teenager sure to be in Santa's good books after giving CPR to save her little brother's life Courtney, 13, realised her three-year-old brother had experienced a seizure and had stopped breathingHer mother Kim said Courtney calmly performed CPR while she had panickedCourtney managed to revive Lucas after 20 minutes of chest compression and mouth-to-mouth | UPDATED: 17:19 GMT, 24 December 2012 Meeting Father Christmas is a wonderful experience for any child, but it was extra special for teenager Courtney and her little brother Lucas.

A life worth living: Judge backs wife in fight to keep her husband alive after hospital tried to withhold treatment

A life worth living: Judge backs wife in fight to keep her husband alive after hospital tried to withhold treatment Doctors had wanted to withhold potentially lifesaving care from father Judge Justice Jackson overruled doctors yesterday saying they had undervalued the limited quality of life David James, 68, could still enjoyMr James went to hospital seven months ago with stomach complaint, but contracted pneumonia that led to multiple organ failureJudge described husband's relationship with his family as 'of the closest and most meaningful kind' and this carried 'great weight' in his decisionEmotional evidence heard relatives insisting Mr James smiled when they visited and enjoyed reading the newspaper and seeing his grandchildren | UPDATED: 12:11 GMT, 7 December 2012 The loving wife of a desperately ill musician yesterday won her fight to force a hospital to keep treating him.

Didier Jambart who said Parkinson"s drug made him a "gay sex addict" awarded 160k by French court

Loving husband who claimed Parkinson's drug turned him into a 'gay sex addict' wins 160,000 compensation in a French courtDidier Jambart, of Nantes, France, was an upstanding member of the community before he started taking RequipBut it soon turned him into a gambler and sex addict who sold his children's toys for cashHis wife, who has stood by him throughout, was with him as he wept with relief in court after the ruling | UPDATED: 16:42 GMT, 29 November 2012 A Parkinson's sufferer has won a six figure pay-out against a drug giant after his medication turned him into a 'gay sex and gambling addict'.

Fat people ARE more jolly – because their genes mean they"re less likely to get depressed

Fat people really ARE more jolly – because their genes mean they're less likely to get depressed Scientists from McMaster University in Canada found the so called 'fat gene' FTO is also a 'happy gene', tooAssociated with an eight per cent reduction in the risk of depression <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 18:16 GMT, 20 November 2012 </p> <br><p>The word 'jolly' has long been a byword word for 'plump' – hijacked by experts in the back handed compliment.</p><p>But scientists believe there could be genetic evidence which explains why fat people are often happier than their skinny friends.</p><p>It comes after Strictly favourite Lisa Riley has been flying the flag for larger women insisting she is a 'big, happy girl', more than comfortable with her size.

Meet Brianna Minnich, the nine-year-old US girl who turns yellow when ill or angry

Nine-year-old who turns YELLOW with anger: Brianna must spend 12 hours a day under UV lights because of rare condition Brianna Minnich, nine, of Pennsylvania, suffers from Crigler-Najjar syndromeSpends every night beneath lights to battle disease, which affects 200 peopleHas high levels of bilirubin, a waste product from blood usually broken downEyes and skin turn yellow whenever she is ill, injured, stressed or arguing | UPDATED: 19:19 GMT, 14 October 2012 A nine-year-old girl suffering from an extremely rare liver condition which turns her skin and eyes yellow has to spend up to 12 hours every day under bright blue ultraviolet lights to stay healthy.