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Doctors told me to have an abortion 10 times – but I gave birth to a healthy baby girl

***EXCLUSIVE*** Doctors warned first time mum Natalie Halson that her unborn baby would have a poor quality of life after a 22-week scan showed the tot had spina bifida - a condition where a baby's spine and spinal cord don't develop properly in the womb.  But clued-up Natalie, 29, who had been over the moon to discover she was pregnant, overruled doctors who regularly suggested she terminate the pregnancy even when she was 33 weeks gone. After thoroughly researching spina bifida, Natalie decided to trust her intuition and go ahead with the pregnancy, despite being offered multiple abortions.

Cystic fibrosis sufferer, 26, is traveling the world - visiting at least 14 countries and 4 states - to prove she will not be held back by the disease

***EXCLUSIVE*** ST THOMAS, US VIRGIN ISLANDS: This woman grew up with CYSTIC FIBROSIS but after having to ask her parents what her life expectancy was at the age of TWELVE and fearing she had lived half her life already, she vowed to make her life as fulfilling as possible by TRAVELLING the world. Yoga instructor and traveller, Chelsea Spruance (26) from St Thomas, US Virgin Islands, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at four months old when her parents noticed that she couldn’t keep food down and she was growing increasingly fussy. Chelsea was still at her birth weight at four months old and a sweat test soon diagnosed her condition as cystic fibrosis. Throughout her youth, Chelsea’s condition remained stable and she was raised not to let cystic fibrosis limit her. However, there was one daunting question which Chelsea asked her parents and doctors at just 12 years old, this being what her life expectancy was. Family members avoided answering, so Chelsea sought information online but was distraught to find out that the average life expectancy of someone with cystic fibrosis was only 26 years old. During a trip to Mexico when she was 17, Chelsea developed a love for travel as she was able to push beyond the restraints of her illness. In 2015, Chelsea spent two weeks in Thailand followed by backpacking through Europe in 2017 when she visited Greece, Italy, Germany, France and Belgium with her vast medication in tow. Chelsea has also travelled to Puerto Rico, Honduras, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Living with cystic fibrosis taught Chelsea that life is precious, but when she started travelling, she was able to see that she is much stronger than she thought possible. This motivated Chelsea to experience as many adventures as she can. When Chelsea was growing up, she had no role models who showed her the limitless possibilities that can be accomplished despite cystic fibrosis, so she decided to share her travels on Instagram, @salty_yogi, so that she could be that role model for others.

A talented highland dancer is back in her kilt just five months after she endured a gruelling seven hour spinal surgery - which left her with 15 BOLTS in her back

***EXCLUSIVE*** Isla Robertson,15, feared she would never be able to dance again after she developed a curve in her back from Scheuermann's Kyphosis. The schoolgirl was left in agonising pain and was devastated when she had to give up dancing - which she has enjoyed since she was just six-years-old. But medics performed life-saving surgery to straighten the youngster back meaning she will one day be able to dance again.

My 26-year-old model girlfriend is out of my league

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, MANHATTAN, New York: A couple with a 28-year age gap are used to getting looks and stares when they go out in public - not least because she’s a model and he’s a 54-year-old who rides a mobility scooter. Mason Reese, 54 and Sarah Russi, 26, don’t look like your average couple. An adult model and cam girl, Sarah „covers up” in hot pants and crop tops; while 4 ft 10 Mason is more comfortable in jeans and a shirt. Mason, from New York, told Barcroft TV: „Truth of the matter is I don’t see myself as being in her league, so when I look at a beautiful young 26-years-old adult model I don’t think, oh she is gonna be in love with me?.”

Mices in tiny fantasy houses

***EXCLUSIVE*** A British photographer has built his own village complete with log cabins, post boxes and dining tables- for wild mice. Simon Dell began making the mini shire in spring 2018 when he spotted a wild mouse in his back garden: "I could see the cats sitting just feet away from him at the other side of a fence.

The last of the headhunters: Indian tribe who once decapitated people as a gruesome rite of passage will take their culture to the grave as their final members die

***EXCLUSIVE*** Remarkable photos capture the few remaining members of the Konyak Tribe – a much feared group of warriors who used to decapitate their victims and parade their bloodied skulls around as a gruesome rite of passage. Stunning images show frail tribesmen proudly sporting bone jewellery, crafted from the remains of vanquished animals; elderly natives with imposing facial tattoos which mark their prowess on the battlefield; and the remaining members of this vanishing tribe deep in discussion around an open fire. The striking shots were taken by Polish model/photographer Wiktor Stadniczenko who travelled deep into mountainous region of Nagaland in north east India to meet and drink tea with the last of the headhunters.

A woman begged a surgeon to amputate her right leg as she suffered pain for two years - after dropping a perfume bottle on her foot

***EXCLUSIVE*** The freak accident caused Gill Haddington's right foot to swell to twice its size, develop sore ulcers, turn in to the left and her toes curl underneath.  The pain in her foot was so intense she would go to A&E screaming in agony - but relief only came when she had her leg removed below the knee after realising it was never going to get better.  The mum-of-two told how she was getting ready one morning in September 2015 when she knocked the empty square-shaped bottle off a chest of drawers in her bedroom by accident.  She said: "When I first did it I cried out in pain, I lifted my foot to look at it and it hurt so much I couldn't put it back down again.  "Initially I thought I must have broken it - I wish I had."  The 42-year-old, from Morecambe, Lancs., was sent home from the hospital after X-rays and scans showed no break or injury and expected it to get better.  However, over time it got worse and her own GP advised that, as she suffered from pain condition, Fibromyalgia, which makes a patient more susceptible to pain, that must be the cause.  But it was when it swelled and developed ulcers, side effects of auto-immune illness coeliac disease, that Gill really started to worry.

Behind-the-scenes photos show stars of Gone With the Wind playing games on set, an army of extras and how an inferno was staged on the Oscar-winning film

***EXCLUSIVE*** Amazing behind the scenes photos of the classic film Gone With The Wind have come to light 80 years later. The comprehensive archive of over 800 images includes candid snaps of the leads Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh unwinding between takes. One extraordinary photo shows the pair still in costume playing a board game, with another capturing the burning of Atlanta in the film. There is also a picture of the director Victor Fleming holding the novel 'Gone With The Wind' while in discussion with Leigh.

Marmite fan selling her home for £775k hides jars of spread in every room…

***EXCLUSIVE*** This stunning five-bed farmhouse could be yours for £775k but can you spot the hidden jars of marmite pictured in the house? The incredible images show the large farm house from above, the extensive gardens and the cottage located on the grounds. Other striking shots show the spacious living rooms, cosy bedrooms and large kitchen while all the interior pictures feature a hidden jar of marmite. Harperrig House is located in Kirknewton, West Lothian and is currently listed by Savills for £775k. Current owner Lucy Strachan was feeling tearful about their impending move when Savills photographer Sean Begley arrived to take photographs for the brochure. Over a cup of coffee Sean and Lucy discovered they had something in common: a love of Marmite. Lucy has an extensive collection of Marmite pots in all shapes, sizes and designs, acquired over the years. On the couple’s 25th wedding anniversary, John even gave his wife an engraved silver Marmite top. To cheer Lucy up Sean hid a pot of Marmite in each of the interior photographs, challenging her to find them.

A budding entrepreneur turned his struggle to get up for university lectures into a caffeine-fuelled juice that is "healthier" than coffee

***EXCLUSIVE*** Alex Turner, 23, claims his fruit juice invention provides the same energy boost as espressos - but with additional health benefits. Flavours smooth apple and orange have a whopping 170mg of caffeine in each bottle, which is almost double a regular coffee. Bottles of CaffJuice have already been sold at shops across Kent, but Alex now aims to sell his product to major supermarkets.