View story

More stories

BLOB OF GLUE SAVES NEWBORNS LIFE

A miracle baby has overcome a one in five million brain condition, after a blob of glue saved his life. Using a revolutionary technique just weeks after his birth, doctors used Cyanoacrylate - similar to superglue - to plug a leak in 13-week old Jack Jones’ brain that would have killed him if left untreated. Newborn Jack, was diagnosed with rare condition, Vein of Galen Malformation, in August after a health visitor noticed his head was 2cm bigger than an average baby. Just 72 hours after health visitor, Louise Southward measured Jack’s head during a routine check-up, the tot underwent life-saving surgery in Glasgow. Now baby Jack has made a full recovery and is back at home with his parents, mum Emma Rigby, 26, and dad, Kelvin Jones, 46, from Sutton Heath in St Helens…

Woman overcomes thigh gap...

View this story

Triple amputee soldier fi...

View this story

Mother's instinct saves b...

View this story

Woman ages 50 years in da...

View this story

‘peg-leg’ amputee ove...

View this story

Womb stroke survivor amaz...

View this story

Heart drugs made me lose ...

View this story

Girl nicknamed jaws bites...

View this story

Sisters botched nose jobs...

View this story

I lost half my weight and...

View this story