Diabetes: Did chicken pox trigger my children"s diabetes? As the number of patients DOUBLE in ten years, one mother"s alarming story

Did chicken pox trigger my children's diabetes As the number of patients DOUBLE in ten years, one mother's alarming story By Lucy Elkins PUBLISHED: 23:17 GMT, 30 April 2012 | UPDATED: 23:17 GMT, 30 April 2012 Jen Mackenzie has lived with type-1 diabetes since she was four, and is only too well aware of the symptoms of the disease.

Mother left her 16-month-old baby home ALONE while she partied for five days and nights

Mother left her 16-month-old baby home ALONE while she partied for five days and nights. Baby was found starving and wearing a nappy which had not been changed for days.She came home periodically to feed infant Cheerios

Happy smiling 7-year-olds: The twin sisters who can now live separate lives despite being born conjoined at the spine

They play side by side, walk hand in hand to school and love dressing-up games – the picture of happiness at seven years old. Yet these twin girls were born conjoined – bonded at the spine with a question-mark over whether they could survive.