Caught on camera: The sickening moment teenage yob kicks and stamps on his father’s elderly German shepherd dog

Caught on camera: The sickening moment teenage yob kicks and stamps on his father”s elderly German shepherd dog Unemployed thug drags dog before standing on it with his full weightGerman shepherd filmed helplessly wriggling underneath 18-year-oldJordan Kearsley, 18, spared jail and banned from owning animals for life

Father who had his ear bitten off in attack is fitted with ultra-realistic prosthetic replacement

Father who had his ear bitten off in random attack is fitted with ultra-realistic prosthetic Father-of-two had his ear bitten off by a stranger at a fireworks eventMr Tracey was shocked at how realistic his new prosthetic wasHe said he thought it was hilarious when his ear went flying at a nightclub

Miracle as mother survives losing 12 PINTS of blood after giving birth to son (that"s more than is in most people)

Miracle as mother survives losing 12 PINTS of blood after giving birth to son (that's more than is in most people) Average woman has 8 to 10 pints of blood in her bodyRachel London lucky to be alive after losing 12 pints while giving birth to Jacob, who weighed 11lbs 2oz She had blood transfusion, then emergency surgery to stem blood flowJacob taken to special care unit with vomiting bug | UPDATED: 14:43 GMT, 3 July 2012 A mother almost died after losing an astonishing 12 pints of blood while giving birth to a boy weighing more than 11lbs.

Mother"s outrage after being billed for "nursery care" of daughter who died MINUTES after being born

Mother's outrage after being billed for 'nursery care' of daughter who died MINUTES after being born | UPDATED: 21:01 GMT, 3 June 2012 A grieving mother whose newborn died in her arms was charged almost $900 for her daughter's hospital care, despite the fact that she was only alive for a few seconds after birth.

How stress can shut down the command centre in the brain

Blanking out: How stress can shut down the command centre in the brain | UPDATED: 14:32 GMT, 10 April 2012 We've all had those terrible moments, whether just before making a wedding speech or delivering a presentation at work, when our minds have gone completely blank.