Magic gel that could put Julie back on song

Magic gel that could put Julie back on song: Pioneering treatment could restore damaged vocal cords | UPDATED: 00:36 GMT, 21 August 2012 She was devastated when her five-octave singing voice was rendered ‘pretty non-existent’ by a botched operation 15 years ago.

Nichole Bain wrongly diagnosed with eating disorder when she had a deadly brain tumour

Teenage girl who weighed just six stone wrongly diagnosed with eating disorder when she had a deadly brain tumour Nichole Bain, 19, was suffering from severe headaches and sickness when she visited her GP in Blackburn, LancashireShe actually had a malignant brain tumour the size of a 50p coin | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 12 May 2012 A teenager weighing just six stone was wrongly diagnosed as an anorexic by doctors when she actually had a potentially deadly brain tumour.

Paralysed rugby player who thought he would never have a family defies doctors to walk, wed, and have a baby daughter

Paralysed rugby player who thought he would never have a family defies doctors to walk, wed, and have a baby daughter 'It’s been the best year of my life'Now John wants to be able to walk his daughter down the aisle unaided An IT worker who feared he might never have children after being paralysed from the waist down in a rugby accident is celebrating the birth of his daughter. John Power, 34, was just 18-years-old when he broke his neck during a heavy tackle whilst playing his first professional rugby match