Couple with boy, 6, and girl, 4, have BOTH been diagnosed with a terminal illness

‘Who will look after our children’ Mother and father contemplate leaving their son and daughter orphans after BOTH are diagnosed with a terminal illnessPaul and Clare Coulston have been making guardianship arrangementsShe was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer and he with Motor Neurone DiseaseMrs Coulston has been a 30 per cent chance of survival and her husband has been told he has between three and five years to live

Men with short ring fingers may have a better chance of survivng prostate cancer

Men with short ring fingers may have a better chance of surviving prostate cancer Men with ring fingers that are shorter than their index fingers are thought to have lower levels of testosterone | UPDATED: 14:34 GMT, 15 August 2012 Men with short ring fingers may have a better chance of recovering from prostate cancer, say scientists.

Six-year-old becomes successful model, despite only being able to speak through a computer

Six-year-old becomes successful model, despite only being able to speak through a computer Joshua Lindley may suffer from a disability which has left him paralysed and only able to speak through a computer, but he has not let his condition hold him back.