The schoolboy forced to wrap up like winter every day because he is allergic to COLD

The schoolboy forced to wrap up like winter every day because he is allergic to COLD Aiden Smith is the youngest person with the rare condition in the UKComes out in a rash and can go into anaphylactic shock if he gets coldHe can't play outside, go on holiday or eat cold food | UPDATED: 15:49 GMT, 26 April 2012 A schoolboy is forced to live as if it is winter every day because he is allergic to the cold.

Five year old gets haircut for first time: Rean Carter, sick of being mistaken for a girl, demands the chop

Can I have a haircut now please, Mummy Boy, 5, demands to have his 18in-long locks trimmed for FIRST time after getting sick of being mistaken for a girlRean Carter forced to tie hair back in school for “health and safety reasons”He will finally get into the barber”s chair during his Easter holidaysHis brother Regan, 2, has also never had a haircut

Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Boy, 8, finds out his illness is terminal after going on Google

Why did you lie to me, Daddy Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google Schoolboy discovered progressive condition Duchenne muscular dystrophy would eventually kill him 'Since then he's had several nightmares about it and always calls us in for a cuddle', says father An eight-year-old boy was horrified to discover his illness was terminal after he searched for it on Google while his parents were away.

Why did you lie to me? Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google

Why did you lie to me, Daddy Boy, 8, devastated to find his illness is terminal after going on Google Schoolboy discovered progressive condition Duchenne muscular dystrophy would eventually kill him 'Since then he's had several nightmares about it and always calls us in for a cuddle', says father An eight-year-old boy was horrified to discover his illness was terminal after he searched for it on Google while his parents were away.

Zac Knighton-Smith: Cancer boy, 7, forced to travel to Germany for lifesaving operation

'I feel like Zac's country has let him down': Cancer boy, 7, forced to travel to Germany for lifesaving operation Parents have spent 10,000 taking Zac abroad for immediate treatment for neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that only affects children Schoolboy will undergo an operation tomorrow in an attempt to remove three diseased lymph nodes Emergency: Zac's parent's are taking him to Germany for immediate treatment A mother yesterday flew her son to Germany for a lifesaving operation after two NHS hospitals delayed his treatment for lack of beds. Fearing another 11th-hour cancellation, Sam Knighton has spent 10,000 taking Zac abroad for immediate treatment for neuroblastoma, a form of cancer. The seven-year-old will be operated on tomorrow at the University Hospital Greifswald in an attempt to remove three diseased lymph nodes

Boy, 6, "cured" of epilepsy after going from 45 seizures a day to none thanks to pioneering surgery

Boy, 6, “cured” of epilepsy after going from 45 seizures a day to none thanks to pioneering surgery Headgear: Tom had to wear a special helmet to protect him from injury during his seizures Little Tom Morley had to wear a padded helmet constantly because he suffered 45 epileptic fits a day.

School boy gets a new ear – sculpted from his ribs

Schoolboy born with half an ear gets a new one – sculpted from his ribsPupil used to be taunted by bullies because part of his ear was missing Sean can wear glasses for the first time A schoolboy has been given a new ear after doctors used part of his rib to sculpt a replacement. Ten-year-old Sean Wingrove-Smith from Walderslade, Kent, was born with part of his right ear missing, symptomatic of a rare genetic disorder

Boy slept for up to 19 HOURS a day after reaction to flu jab

Flu jab gave our six-year-old son narcolepsy: Boy slept for up to 19 HOURS a day after reaction to vaccine Our son “was like he was a puppet whose strings had been cut”GlaxoSmithKline deny a “causal link” between narcolepsy and Pandemrix The parents of a schoolboy who was struck down with narcolepsy after receiving a flu vaccine, said the Government should have carried out more tests before issuing the drug.