Girl, 8, with face tumour the size of a football to have life-saving surgery before it strangles her

Girl, 8, with face tumour the size of a football to have life-saving surgery before it strangles her Trinny suffers from a severe form of bone disease called Fibrous dysplasiaThe tumour is benign but has grown so quickly it has blinded her in one eye and threatens to strangle her if no action is takenMother has praised her daughter who has bravely dealt with condition for half her lifetime | UPDATED: 17:37 GMT, 14 December 2012 An eight-year-old girl with a football-sized facial tumour is to have pioneering surgery before it strangles her.

Schoolboy hours from death after swallowing magnetic tongue studs designed to look like a piercing

Schoolboy nearly died after swallowing magnetic tongue studs designed to look like a piercing Magnets are designed to sit on either side of the tongue to hold stud in place Michael Delaney needed surgery after accidentally swallowing them Magnets ripped through his intestines and acid damaged his bowelTeenager was four hours from death when he had life-saving surgery | UPDATED: 12:22 GMT, 10 December 2012 Michael Delaney was forced to undergo major surgery after swallowing his magnetic tongue studs A schoolboy nearly died after swallowing magnetic tongue studs designed to look like a piercing.

Meet the Face-Kini, the latest craze to hit China’s beaches as bathers wear masks to beat the sun’s harmful rays

Meet the “Face-Kini”, the latest craze to hit China”s beaches as bathers wear masks to beat the sun”s harmful rays The name describes a protective head mask that is being used along Shandong province”s East China Sea coast Used by beach-goers who want to protect their skin from the sunThe colourful masks sell for 15 to 25 yuan (1£ to to 2.50£)

It"s fiddly putting in a hearing aid with no fingertips: Sir Ranulph Fiennes faces one of his greatest challenges

It”s fiddly putting in a hearing aid with no fingertips: Sir Ranulph Fiennes faces one of his greatest challenges | UPDATED: 21:08 GMT, 31 March 2012 Over the past few years, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, one of the world’s foremost explorers, has battled a litany of health problems.