The Curious Case of the Clark brothers: The grown men turning back to children before their mother"s eyes

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.

Retire now, work later: Like many in her mid-thirties FELICIA BROMFIELD felt there must be more to life than 12-hour days at the office – her solution…

Retire now, work later: Like many in her mid-thirties FELICIA BROMFIELD felt there must be more to life than 12-hour days at the office – her solution will tantalise you | UPDATED: 08:47 GMT, 23 November 2012 The way a wood-burning stove explodes into life when you place a log just so.

Doctors perform world"s first uterus transplant between a MOTHER and her DAUGHTER

Doctors perform world's first uterus transplant between a MOTHER and her DAUGHTER Two women in their thirties received their mother's uterus They will need to wait for one year before undergoing IVFIf procedure works it will be the first time a mother and daughter will have grown in the same womb Women stop producing eggs around the age of 50 but their wombs can remain viable past 60 | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 19 September 2012 Doctors have carried out the world’s first womb transplants between a mother and daughter.

Man found dead in street below Heathrow flight path could be illegal immigrant stowaway

Horror of residents in plush London suburb as stowaway who had been clinging to a plane plunges to his death in the middle of streetPolice say man, believed to be in 30s, could have fallen thousands of feet Found on car parked on road in affluent London suburb of MortlakeStreet is around 10 miles away from Heathrow Airport and on flight pathAviation expert believes he froze to death; it appears body fell out of the landing gear Man thought to be from North Africa and suffered multiple injuriesResidents described “monstrous bang” and body parts flying 20ft away

Legionnaires" disease outbreak 2012: Cooling towers blamed for death of man and 40 victims

Cooling towers blamed for outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease that has killed one man and claimed 40 victims – and the toll will getter higher Bacteria thought to have been transmitted via droplets of infected water from cloud of gas rising into the air Man in his 50s dies from deadly bug in Edinburgh Royal InfirmaryTens of thousands at risk as epidemic could spread 44 square miles from source Scotland's health secretary expects the number of cases to peak over the weekendSymptoms include coughing, chest pains, fever and chills | UPDATED: 07:20 GMT, 7 June 2012 A man has died and another 12 patients are critically ill in intensive care following an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease.

Cooling towers blamed for outbreak of deadly Legionnaires" disease that has killed one man and left 12 critical

Cooling towers blamed for outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease that has killed one man and left 12 critical Bacteria thought to have been transmitted via droplets of infected water from cloud of gas rising into the air Man in his 50s dies from deadly bug in Edinburgh Royal InfirmaryTens of thousands at risk as epidemic could spread 44 square miles from source Health bosses warn people to watch out for symptoms, which can take weeks to appearSymptoms include coughing, chest pains, fever and chills | UPDATED: 00:10 GMT, 7 June 2012 A man has died and another 12 patients are critically ill in intensive care following an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease.

Henry Winkler: "As a child I was treated like an idiot and chastised constantly"

'As a child I was treated like an idiot and chastised constantly': Under the microscope with Henry Winkler | UPDATED: 23:35 GMT, 26 March 2012 The Happy Days star, 66, on being diagnosed with dyslexia in his thirties, going from almost blindness to 20-20 vision and why he's an optimist 'You have greatness in you whether you're in the top 10 per cent or the bottom 3 per cent,' said Henry Winkler ARE YOU AS CHEERFUL AS THE FONZ Yes — I’m a glass half-full person.

Father donates sperm to help son and daughter-in-law have children

Father donates sperm to help son and daughter-in-law have children | UPDATED: 22:10 GMT, 23 March 2012 The couple have found a clinic which will honour their unusual request (file picture) After three years of trying to conceive with his wife, a man in his early thirties, has turned to his own father to provide the sperm.

Rickets: No one told me children should take vitamin D pills – then my son got the disease

No one told me children should take vitamin D pills – then my son got rickets Four-year-old Toby Ault cried out in pain as his mother Kathryn gently lifted him up to tuck him into bed. ‘He said it was his legs and they were really hurting him again,’ says Kathryn, 27. ‘It was the third or fourth time in the space of a few weeks.