After 14 miscarriages, a stillbirth and losing her 2-week-old son, a new mum is celebrating the arrival of her healthy daughter, Mia
A mum is celebrating her miracle baby after struggling through 14 miscarriages, a stillbirth and the death of her newborn son at just 2 weeks.
Cancer nurse Maria, 32, and partner John Foran, 35, spent 13 difficult years trying for a baby and were beginning to give up hope when Maria fell ... Continue reading
A 3-year-old girl makes incredible recovery after 37 high-powered magnets stick together inside her
A toddler was rushed to hospital last month, after an x-ray revealed she’d swallowed 37 high-powered magnets.
When doctors took an x-ray of Payton Bushnell stomach they thought she’d swallowed a bracelet, but as they attempted to remove the object from her stomach they realised a chain of 37 magnets had attracted ... Continue reading
A favourite baby staple, the nappy rash cream Sudocrem, is the latest beauty must-have
Sudocrem sales have more than doubled in the last year, according to nationwide chemist Superdrug. So what’s going on?
For nearly 80 years Sudocrem has been a favourite among mums for soothing sore baby skin. But now, British women are jumping on the bandwagon and relying on this tried and tested ... Continue reading
John Powell and his wife are celebrating the arrival of their daughter, 21 years after he was told treatment for aggressive testicular cancer would leave him infertile
John Powell and his wife, Chenphen, were overjoyed at the arrival of their baby girl, 21 years after John was diagnosed with cancer and told that chemotherapy would leave him infertile.
John was diagnosed with testicular cancer when he was 32. He was given just six months to live and told that ... Continue reading
Cravings for ice cream and other junk foods can be so strong they are similar to those experienced by drug addicts, a study reveals
Ice cream leaves people feeling addicted in the same way as illegal drugs, suggests a new study.
The study, published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that our cravings for the delicious dessert were similar to those experienced by drug addicts. The research concluded that the brain was left ... Continue reading
Has the 29th February got you confused, excited for the Olympics or proposing? Spare a thought for the woman who’s celebrating her 100th birthday…and her 25th
Britain’s oldest leap year baby is celebrating two birthdays today, turning 100 and 25 at the same time. Margaret Ware, who was born on the 29th February 1912, has only seen 25 official birthdays due to her leap year birth. But, with a letter from the Queen to prove it, ... Continue reading
Eve Hobsbawm, 8, has launched her own website, charging customers to solve their problems
An 8-year-old from London will answer your questions on love, life and work-life balance, for as little as 10p!
Mini entrepreneur Eve Hobsbawm has set up her own online agony aunt service and has already responded to more than 40 dilemmas.
Eve told The Guardian, “The first person I exchanged business cards with ... Continue reading
Thousands of ‘leapers’ are celebrating their four-yearly birthdays this leap year
The chance of having a baby on the 29th February is about one in 1,461, so if you’re due tomorrow (on Leap Day) your baby’s going to be born with an automatic talking point!
According to The Honor Society of Leap Year Day Babies, a free online club with nearly 10,000 members ... Continue reading
With a birth weight of nearly 1.5lb more than current titleholder Suzie Tevendale, could 3-month-old Niamh O’Halloran steal the record for Britain’s heaviest baby girl?
Suzie Tevendale, thought to be Britian’s heaviest baby girl has been pipped to the post by Niamh O’Halloran, who weighed over a stone at birth.
When Niamh’s parents, Elaine Matin and Sean O’Halloran, were told their daughter was going to be a big baby, they never expected their newborn would tip the ... Continue reading
Research reveals the wackiest baby names British parents used 100 years ago
Looks like today’s celebrity parents didn’t start the unusual baby names trend after all. A review of the British birth registry from the 19thcentury has uncovered a list of baby names, strange enough to rival Harper Seven and Ace Billy.
As part of the research, history website genesreunited.co.uk looked through 750 million ... Continue reading
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