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I couldn’t imderstand it. It just wasn’t shaking this flu bug off and I felt dreadful. It was going around our college campus like wildfire and the students were dropping like flies. It was November 2006 and I’d had it for nearly a week now, feeling exhausted with sickness. Then at the end of the week I went downstairs and my mum turned to me. ‘You’ve turned yellow,’ she said. I was lying on the sofa and couldn’t even get up I was so exhausted. ‘You look like Bart Simpson with your yellow face,’ my sister Chloe, 19. told me. ( jones )
YASMIN JONES. A HAD A COLD - NEXT WEEK I NEEDED A LIVER TRANSP[LANT TO SURVIVE
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WHEN Albie the three-legged goat needed a prosthetic leg, owner Jenny Brown knew exactly who to turn too. Albie had made a miraculous escape from a local abbatoir, but injuries inflicted when he was trussed up with wire in the abbatoir before he made his heroic attempt had nadly infected his leg. Vets battled to save it, but couldn’t, so they had to amputate it. leaving him with just three legs. Poor Albie tried to hop around the field on three legs, but kept having to rest as it was too much of a strain on his other leg and back. So Mrs Brown leapt into action. She knew exactly what to do - after she had lost her own leg at the age of ten to cancer. She contacted the doctor who had made her prosthetic leg, and begged him to help Albie too.
Goat and me have artificial leg.
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THESE are hospital patients of a most unusual kind - at the world’s only turtle hospital. Wrapped with bandages around their damaged shells, and being tube fed a diet of liquid fish, these are the turtles that have been rescued who otherwise would have died. The turtles fall victims to discarded plastic bags which wrap themselves around their flippers and bodyand are mistakenly eaten as jellyfish. They also get injured by boat propellors, fishing lines and from shark attacks, which cause injuries which they would normally die from.
The worlds first all turtle hospital .
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AFTER being born without front legs, these pups are finding it wheelie easy to get about. They are the first four chihuahua pups in the world to be fitted with a set of high tech wheels to make life just that little bit easier. And now there’s no stopping them! ( dogs on wheels)
DOGS ON WHEELS. FOUR PUPS ON WHEELS.
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THESE are the amazing pictures of the world’s only little mermaid girl. Eight year old Shiloh Pepin has undergone more than 150 surgeries so far after she was born with many internal organs missing. She is only of only three children to survive in the world with this condition, but the other two have had successful operations to separate their legs. Shiloh’s parents are waiting for her to make her own decision about whether she wants to have her legs separated, so until then she remains the world’s only mermaid girl. Her father Elmer Pepin, 38, from Maine, USA, said: ‘She scoots around our home on her backside - she can get up the stairs, get onto the sofa, get into bed, anything that other little girls do. She is so determined, we are so proud of her. She’s our incredible little mermaid.’
PEPIN. THE WORLDS ONLY MERMAID LOSES FIGHT FOR LIFE .
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I can see the number six,’ the psychic insisted. ‘All I can see is the number six. I don’t know what it means. My husband Mark and I were on the phone having a psychic reading done, and the most crucial question we wanted to ask her was when we were going to have a baby. We had been trying for a baby for nearly four years, and it just wasn’t happening. So we wanted to know why. ( williams )
WILLIAMS. MY PSYCHIC BABY
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THE girls at school were having a beauty competition, and their words stung me. ‘The girls are judged on how beautiful they are - so it’s not fair that you should be involved,’ they told me. Its been like that all my life. People staring at me when I walked down the street, and teasing and taunting at school. Teenage boys laughing at me as I walked down the street. But there is always one thing that I’ve done - and thats hold my head up high. Its what my parents taught me right from being little. ‘Stand your ground,’ mum told me. ‘And never run away - face everything head on. I was burnt in a car fire and the flames causes burns to my face and hands and I’ve spent 18 years having countless skin graft operations on both my face and hands. But I’ve always held my head up high. And it doesn’t get me down. Its part of who I am, and I’ve never let myself get bothered or upset by people’s comments. (ofarrell o'farrell)
OFARRELL. MY FACE LOOKS LIKE THIS - BUT IM A MODEL
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WHEN Alison Morris’s husband Ian was struck down with leukaemia doctors told him the treatment would leave him infertile. So the couple decided to have his sperm frozen to give them a chance of having a family in the future. They had their first try in 1999, but it failed, and so did their next two attempts and Mrs Morris thought she would never be a mother. But in Feburary last year, they had a fourth try - with Mr Morris’s sperm which by then had been frozen for an amazing FOURTEEN years.
MORRIS. MIRACLE 14 YEAR FROZEN SPERM BABY
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WHEN little Lily Slater lay in her hospital bed with a brain tumour, doctors knew what the best medicine was for her. They asked her mother Shirley Lydon to bring in Lily’s twin sister Willow to help her recovery, and told her that it could be the best possible medicine. So Willow arrived at South Tyneside General Hospital and spent every spare minute with her twin sister - and the doctors even arranged for her to stay overnight with Lily too. And it seems like a twin bond has proved the treatment for Lily, four, - as she has now beaten her brain tumour.
SLATER. TWIN SISTER PROVES BEST MEDICINE FOR BRAIN TUMOUR TWIN
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I looked at the table in front of me, and smiled a secret smile to myself. I was almost bubbling over with excitement and anticipation. Piled on the table was a whole loaf of bread, an entire tub of icecream, packets of biscuits and a whole cake. I was about to eat the whole lot, and I just couldn’t wait. I’d made sure I was on my own in the house - it all had to be done in secret so no-one could see my binges. Then I would go to the bathroom cabinet and take out a handful of laxatives to get rid of all the food that I had eaten. I had spent 20 years of doing this to myself and I knew that I had to do something about it. ( kennish )
KENNISH. GASTRIC BAND ENDED BY 20 YEARS OF BULIMIA HELL.
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