Boy, 5, wins 9,000 payout from dentist who failed to notice disease that cost him all his top milk teeth – then tried to blame his mother!Cameron Jackson has been left with just seven teeth until his adult set growMum Wendy Jackson, from Bradford, took legal action against dentistHe has now won 9,000 payout which he will receive when he turns 18 By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 14:53 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 19:20 GMT, 3 January 2013 A boy of five who had to have 13 milk teeth removed after suffering severe toothache is to receive a 9,000 payout from his dentist.
You gotta friend in me-ow: Fox cub blinded by car accident becomes best buddies with three abandoned kittens. Everyone has heard of the fox and the hound but it”s not every day you see these cunning creatures hanging out with cats.
Brain haemorrhage girl, 7, wakes from coma as mother sings her Adele’s song Rolling in the Deep 'From the scans, she shouldn’t even be able to walk again – never mind talk, ride her bike and run around like she has been doing' | UPDATED: 13:02 GMT, 18 June 2012 A seven year old girl left fighting for life with a brain haemorrhage has awoken from a week-long coma, after her mother sang Adele songs to her.
Breast cancer 'returns in one in five women' as experts reveal odds of relapse for the first timeResearch showed 95 per cent of the women whose cancer returned were not alive ten years later | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 11 June 2012 One in five women with breast cancer will have their illness return following treatment, according to experts.
Beating acne may be a matter of thyme: Herbal cream 'more effective' than prescription gel Thyme more effective than marigold, myrrh and acne chemical benzoyl peroxide | UPDATED: 14:49 GMT, 27 March 2012 Beating acne may be simply a matter of thyme.
Mother has baby in car park after she is turned away from hospital that had 'run out of midwives'Ania's husband was told to drive her to a different hospital even though he didn't know the way PUBLISHED: 15:01 GMT, 26 March 2012 | UPDATED: 16:25 GMT, 26 March 2012 A mother-to-be was forced to have her baby in a hospital car park after being turned away from her local maternity ward because there were no spare midwives.
My best man was a perfect match! Groom's friend donates life-saving kidney to bride A bride who was in desperate need of a kidney transplant is looking forward to married life after the best man at her wedding was found to be the perfect match.
In 2012, don’t sell unless you really must Neither Halifax nor Nationwide is expecting much to change with house prices this year, although Rightmove predicts a two per cent rise and top-end agent Knight Frank predicts a five per cent fall. For most homeowners, however, the rule is: If you don’t have to sell, then don’t.
New drug can slow progress of ovarian cancer by up to six monthsNew trial of 1,500 women shows Avastindelays the advance of the disease Doctors believe the drug already used to treat colon cancer could become the standard treatment for ovarian cancer A drug can slow down the progress of ovarian cancer – known as the’ silent killer’ – by up to six months, claim researchers. A new trial of 1,500 women shows Avastin delays the advance of the disease by an average of two months, compared with standard chemotherapy. But women with the most aggressive disease got the biggest benefit, with the disease stalled for almost six months