Dancer suffering from profuse sweating disorder holds hands with boyfriend for the first time at 22 after operation to sever glands Lynsey Dare, 22, from Worcester, suffered from excessive sweating disorderHer affliction was so severe it water-damaged mobile phones and laptops | UPDATED: 15:34 GMT, 10 October 2012 A dancer has told of her joy at being able to hold hands with her boyfriend for the first time, thanks to an operation to cure an excessive sweating disorder.
Real-life cat burglar: Boxer shorts, slippers, thong and a dozen pairs of socks all among haul stolen by pet “Dennis the Menace”. Dennis pinches everything from towels to toys from his neighbours and carries or drags them home through his cat flapOwner Lesley Newman, 49, from Luton, has two boxes full of stolen items for neighbours to collect
A mini-midwife aged just FIVE! Schoolboy Joby helps deliver his brother then saves newborn's life by untangling cord from round his neckSon Joby only person on hand, but he proved a cool head under pressureComforted his mother then stepped in when his brother wasn't breathingKelly: 'He was absolutely fantastic and I completely underestimated him' | UPDATED: 16:08 GMT, 14 June 2012 When Kelly Graves went into sudden labour at home, she must have been just a little concerned that the only person to hand was her five-year-old son, Joby.
Freezing weather causes highly contagious winter vomiting bug to spread across Britain34 hospitals reported outbreaks over past two weeks The freezing weather has caused a national outbreak of the winter vomiting bug, it has emerged.
Pensioner dies after THREE-HOUR wait for ambulance following slip on black iceLocals tried to stem pensioner”s blood with kitchen towels while waiting for ambulanceWiltshire County Council have told Great Western Ambulance Service to hold an inquiry An 88-year-old pensioner died after she was left lying on a freezing cold pavement for three hours while waiting for an ambulance, it has been alleged. It is thought Doreen Wignall fell on black ice causing a head injury as she crossed a bridge in Ludgershall, Wiltshire. An investigation is underway into why it took Great Western Ambulance Service allegedly three hours to send an ambulance to a critically-ill pensioner Repeated calls were made for an ambulance without success while members of the public gave her first aid – including stemming the blood with kitchen towels.