Teenager crowned beauty queen just six months after her face was paralysed by a stroke Emily, 18, was paralysed down the left side of her body after she suffered a stroke while volunteering at Camp AmericaShe regained her smile and learned to walk again after a few months of physiotherapyWon beauty pageant she entered before becoming ill due to 'captivating eyes and smile' By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 12:56 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:57 GMT, 28 January 2013 A teenager has been crowned a beauty queen – just six months after her face was paralysed by a massive stroke.
Fake No, Holly’s teeth really are this white: Toothpaste advert cleared of using TV trickery | UPDATED: 08:26 GMT, 5 December 2012 She is known to daytime TV viewers for her perfect smile and gleaming teeth.
A horrific car crash left her locked in a face that couldn't move…
Say la not aah! Musical dentist's drill for nervous patients Indonesian dental surgeon came up with unusual musical tool after realising children feared the drillThe drill is plugged into an MP3 player and patients hear louder music when they open their mouths | UPDATED: 15:14 GMT, 3 October 2012 Nearly all of us have experienced the familiar butterflies when it's time for the dreaded trip to the dentist.
Awkward Family Photos – the Father”s Day edition: Embarrassing dads show how to really ruin a picture. With their lack of dress sense, shame and ability to crack a smile for a family photograph, dads have long been able to make the simplest of pictures excruciatingly awkward.
Give Claire a medal! Tim Henman leads calls for organisers to reward paralysed marathon ace who finished Marathon in 16 days… as she raises 130,000£ for charity
'She's a feisty one': Baby girl born three months early weighing just 1lb 12oz wins battle for survival Isla had stopped growing in the womb at 25 weeks and measured just 11 inches long | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 26 March 2012 A baby girl proved she was a born fighter when she let out three yelps and lifted her arm – even though she was delivered three months premature.
Dementia drugs robbed my father of his laughter, his smile and the final weeks of his life, says Fiona Phillips 'He was like something out of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'Fiona's father Neville diagnosed just weeks after her mother succumbed to dementia in 2006Two sedatives he was given were addictive and could cause cognitive decline, her research revealed Television presenter Fiona Phillips has claimed a ‘chemical cosh’ of dementia drugs robbed her father of the final weeks of his life.