Boy who can"t leave house without oxygen can now enjoy running with his dog thanks to specially-made backpack

Boy who can't leave house without oxygen can now enjoy running with his dog thanks to specially-made backpack <br> Lenny's original bag was designed to be used by older patients and restricted his movement as it was far too large for himA design student came up with an effective solution after a local hospital contacted a firm she was interning withThe new bag doesn't sway from side to side, allowing him to run<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 17:13 GMT, 22 November 2012 </p> <p>A young boy with a rare lung disease has run around with his pet dog for the first time, after a student designed a lightweight backpack for his vital oxygen supply.</p><p>Lenny Yule, 11, from Linwood, Renfrewshire, has interstitial lung disease which has scarred his organs.

Mother told she had lost her baby delighted after daughter survives against the odds

Mother told by doctors she had lost her baby is delighted after daughter survives against the odds Doctors couldn't detect Mia's heartbeat for seven minutes in the wombLittle Mia underwent an operation to remove two blood-clots from her arm when she was just days old | UPDATED: 10:39 GMT, 22 August 2012 A mother who was told her baby daughter had died in the womb before doctors said she was alive but suffering from a dangerous blood-clot, is celebrating after taking her home.

Morvern McDonald physio had a football-sized tumour

'I looked like I was five months pregnant': Physio who could not work out why she was putting on weight had football-sized tumour A physiotherapist who piled on so much weight her friends thought she was pregnant, was stunned to discover her bulging stomach was actually being caused by a tumour the size of a football.

Kathleen Connell, 100, puts her quick wits down to Nintendo DS Lite

100 years young and still going strong… thanks to her Nintendo! Pensioner clocks up a century and put her quick wits down to handheld console 'I don't feel a day over 80,' says super-sharp grandmotherKathleen spends two hours a day on her Nintendo DS Lite Young-at-heart Kathleen Connell celebrated her 100th birthday and shared the secret of her long life – playing on her handheld games console.