Brave school girl, 4, takes chemotherapy drugs to battle painful ARTHRITIS she has had since she was two

Brave school girl, 4, takes chemotherapy drugs to battle painful ARTHRITIS she has had since she was two Lily has chronic juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, which affects one in 10,000 children aged 16 or underShe takes chemotherapy drugs as this stops the immune system from attacking the jointsHowever, they cause unpleasant side-effects including vomiting | UPDATED: 12:15 GMT, 30 November 2012 When Lily Aird went from being an active toddler to one that could barely walk within the space of weeks, her mother knew that something was seriously wrong.

Freed, the “thug in police uniform”: What jury weren”t told about the PC cleared of G20 killing

Freed, the “thug in police uniform”: What jury weren”t told about the PC cleared of G20 killingPC Harwood was subject of TEN complaints: racially abusing and punching girl, 14, and threatening to set fire to her father’s home; road-rage attack; throttling suspects during arrests; and unlawfully accessing police databaseIPCC says Harwood will face Met internal disciplinary proceedings

Grubby changing rooms and embarrassment at getting sweaty in front of boys mean PE lessons are putting girls off exercise for life

Grubby changing rooms and embarrassment at getting sweaty in front of boys mean PE lessons are putting girls off exercise for lifeHalf complained they were ‘forced’ into doing team sports, such as hockey and netballA third said PE was geared towards the sportiest and a fifth ‘felt like their body was on show' By Katherine Faulkner PUBLISHED: 00:56 GMT, 2 May 2012 | UPDATED: 06:52 GMT, 2 May 2012 Struggling to stick to your fitness regime Instead of blaming a long day or hectic schedule, it seems you may need to look a little further back in time.

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley "open" to stripping cigarette packets of branding

Health Secretary 'open' to stripping cigarette packets of branding Last week supermarkets were told to hide cigarettes under the counter or behind shutters | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 16 April 2012 Health Secretary Andrew Lansley said his mind is 'open' over proposals to strip cigarette packets of branding as a consultation on the plans was launched.