The Curious Case of the Clark brothers: The grown men turning back to children before their mother's eyesBrothers Michael, 42, and Matthew Clark, 39, from Hull, have been diagnosed with leukodystrophyThe condition has turned them into young boys, trapped in adult bodies | UPDATED: 13:29 GMT, 26 November 2012 Like Christine and Anthony Clark, dealing with children's petty squabbles, tantrums and bad sleeping patterns is a daily battle familiar to most young parents.
Boy diagnosed with life-threatening illness on Facebook after worried mother posted footage of seizures onlineDoctors put little Evan Owens' seizures down to him holding his breath during tantrumsConcerned mother Cerys posted film of her son's attacks on Facebook in last-ditch bid for answers Friend quickly diagnosed rare Reflex Anoxic SeizuresCerys has praised social networking site for helping diagnose serious condition | UPDATED: 17:13 GMT, 20 May 2012 A baby boy was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness using Facebook – after a friend spotted his rare condition which doctors had missed.
Tantrums and tragedy: Brothers, 39 and 42, suffering from 'Benjamin Button syndrome' regress to the age of 10Brothers have terminal leukodystrophy – it is so rare there are only 100 people affected in the whole of the UK | UPDATED: 13:46 GMT, 30 April 2012 Two brothers have developed an age-reversing disease, which has abruptly halted their adulthood and instead leaves them behaving like young children.
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Post-natal depression dads 'pass on problems to babies' as they spend less time with their children | UPDATED: 06:29 GMT, 13 April 2012 It is commonly thought of as a problem affecting mothers.
Could bacteria cause Obsessive Compulsive Disorder symptoms Mental health group investigates possible link Study will look for link between Streptococcus bacteria and OCD | UPDATED: 17:13 GMT, 29 March 2012 David Beckham and Paul Gascoigne are just two of the 1.2 million British people who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) which leaves those afflicted neurotically obsessed about things such as tidiness or cleanliness.