The heartwarming moment blind four-year-old steps off the kerb by himself for the first time

'I can do it!': The heartwarming moment a blind four-year-old boy steps off the kerb by himself for the first time By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 16:12 GMT, 13 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:49 GMT, 13 March 2013 This heartwarming video shows the amazing moment a blind four-year-old navigates a kerb on his own for the first time.

Stephanie Knight"s bucket list: The modest but heartbreaking final wishes of a woman dying from cancer

A trip to a spa, a day at the seaside and being a bride for a day: The modest but heartbreaking final wishes of the 21-year-old dying from cancer Stephanie Knight was diagnosed with a rare cancer when she was just 17Told her condition was terminal on New Year's Day 2012Has now drawn up a bucket list – including a having a hen do, being a bride for the day and number of wishes for her beloved friends and family but this time it failed to work.

Electronic cigarettes "DON"T help fight addiction and cause harm to health"

Electronic cigarettes 'DON'T help fight addiction and cause harm to health'New report warns electronic cigarettes do not help smokers quitGadgets still posed a health risk, although not as serious as real cigarettesExperts warned their use could lead young people on to real cigarettes | UPDATED: 16:48 GMT, 30 December 2012 They are used by thousands of smokers who are either looking to kick the habit or just for a healthier alternative.

Bad news headlines hit women hardest

Why bad news hits women the hardest: Headlines take toll because they have evolved to look out for situations that affect them and their children Women are more affected by bad news headlinesThey can also remember the details betterWomen have evolved to look out for situations that threaten them and their children | UPDATED: 11:24 GMT, 12 October 2012 Bad news: Women are more affected by bad news and can be reduced to tears by the latest headlines a study found It is a finding that will come as no surprise to women reduced to tears by the latest headlines – while their husbands simply shrug their shoulders.

Safe sex: Facebook is a good way to promote condom use to teenagers

How Facebook could prevent you from catching an STD Young people who 'Liked' a sexual health advice site were more likely to use condoms than those who didn't Facebook 'a good way to help prevent sexually transmitted infections' | UPDATED: 14:50 GMT, 10 October 2012 Young people who received sexual advice from Facebook were more likely to use condoms If you worry about spending hours on Facebook, then relax – it could be good for your health.

The heartstopping moment neighbour CATCHES seven-year-old girl as she plummeted from THREE STORY window

Caught on camera: Heart-stopping moment neighbour saved life of seven-year-old girl as she plummeted from THIRD-STOREY window. A seven-year-old Brooklyn girl is safe thanks to a fast-acting neighbor who came to her rescue.