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Personal assistant, 28, was diagnosed with Crohn's disease at just 13 after going to the dentist to complain about her mouth ulcers

***EXCLUSIVE*** A routine trip to the dentist turned into the appointment from hell for this woman after it led to a Crohn’s diagnosis at just THIRTEEN-YEARS-OLD – when she was told she would need to have a stoma or die. Personal assistant, Rosie Campbell (28), from Essex, UK, was only 13 years old when she experienced severely painful lips and mouth, a sore tummy and pain going to the toilet. The pain was so bad that she felt scared to go to the toilet and would spend most nights crying. At a routine dental appointment, her dentist prescribed her with a week’s worth of penicillin, believing that she had cold sores and piles, insisting that her blood tests came back healthy. Her dentist then referred her to an oral doctor who performed a biopsy to discover what was going on. In November 2003, the results confirmed that she had Crohn’s disease, a lifelong condition in which parts of the digestive system become inflamed. Five months later she was put onto Infliximab treatment, a biological drug that aims to treat Crohn’s, every six weeks for a few months. Following on from this, she was told that she needed a colostomy bag, or stoma bag, which is a small, waterproof pouch used to collect waste from the body. The idea of this terrified her as she began to worry that no boy would want to be her boyfriend. Despite resisting to have the stoma operation for six months, the doctors warned her that if she didn’t have one, she could die from sepsis. In March 2005 she ended up having low potassium and almost died from heart failure, convincing her to have one after all. Due to the endless surgeries and treatments, Rosie ended up missing most of her tenth year of high school and her weight dropped to just 5st and UK size four from being at a healthy 7st and UK size six to eight. She ended up having to consume her food through a nasogastric intubation, a feeding tube that goes through the nose, as she was too weak to eat normally. She spent weeks on a liquid diet to gain weight, consuming 3,000 calories a day. Over the years as she healed, she began to get used to having the bag and recently after witnessing many other men and women with Crohn’s embracing their bags, she decided to do the same and has used her Instagram profile to take her followers on a journey of self-acceptance. She is now in a relationship with her soulmate, Reece.

Baby girl born with fluid-filled cysts blocking her airways defies slim odds to survive but now needs round-the-clock care from her parents

***EXCLUSIVE*** This brave couple’s pregnancy excitement was cut short when doctors told them that their baby girl only had a FIFTY PERCENT chance of surviving birth due to a genetic condition that causes MASSIVE fluid filled cysts and breathing difficulties but with the help of THIRTY SEVEN medical staff she lived – and although keeping their daughter alive is a gruelling 24/7 job they admit having her is the best thing. Stay-at-home-dad, Ciaran Delaney (31) from Carlow, Ireland and his wife, Katie Nolan (31) were married in April 2018 in San Francisco, USA, where they stayed for a few weeks after for their honeymoon before coming home and finding out they were pregnant with their daughter, Evie who was born in December 2018. At their 20-week scan, they received the news that they were having a child with cystic hygroma. Cystic hygroma is also known as lymphatic malformation and is evident by fluid filled cysts under the skin. Ciaran and Katie were told to prepare their six-year-old daughter, Aila, for the worst as there was a 50/50 chance that Evie wouldn’t survive. Evie was delivered via EXIT delivery which needed 37 medical staff from three different hospitals. Katie was placed under general anaesthetic and Evie’s head and shoulders were delivered via c-section. The medical staff found that Evie was unable to breathe for herself due to the cysts which were on the left side of her face and blocking her airways. Evie wasn’t able to breathe if the cord was cut so she had to have a tracheostomy which is an artificial opening of the airways. Katie was separated from her baby as she stayed in the maternity hospital for five days to recover, while her daughter was taken to a children’s hospital 30 minutes away where she would spend the first six months of her life.

Star Wars collectors splashed out tens of thousands of pounds on 90 toys including £2,100 for a small plastic spaceship which had been languishing in a Leicestershire loft for nearly 40 years

***EXCLUSIVE*** The rare Tie Bomber Authentic Imperial Spacecraft toy from film The Empire Strikes Back, owned by a man who worked at a Palitoy factory where the toys were made in the 1980s, was among star lots in a Toy Auction at Derbyshire’s Hansons Auctioneers.

Ghost town left behind when it was devastated by the world's worst industrial disaster 35 years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** On the anniversary of the Bhopal gas tragedy, which killed 16,000 people, the first western photographer was granted access to take pictures of the rusting structures and shells of buildings which remain. In total more than 500,000 people were exposed to a highly toxic pesticide after a leak at the Union Carbide factory in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Mum who thought she was spiked on night out loses both legs to adult meningitis

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mum who lost her legs to meningitis after mistakenly thinking her drink had been spiked is backing a campaign to raise awareness of the disease in adults. Sarah Hayward, 51, returned home early from an evening out with pals after she started to feel 'chilly' and ‘strange.’ The mum-of-one, unaware meningitis could also strike adults, was still feeling unwell the following morning when she said goodbye to her daughter Ciara as she left for college. She said: “I have no memory of what happened next, but my daughter, who was only 16, started to get concerned that she couldn’t get in touch with me. “We are very close and she knew something was wrong so she got her course tutor to drive her home.” The college student found her mum semi-conscious hanging out of bed and called for an ambulance. Sarah said: “She saved my life. If Ciara hadn’t realised something was up, the outcome could have been much worse.”Medics took her to intensive care where she had a heart attack and her organs began to fail. Two weeks later Sarah regained consciousness but doctors later amputated both of her legs below the knee after do all they could to save them.

Beluga whales travel 6,000 miles to new sea sanctuary home after spending a decade in captivity performing tricks

Two beluga whales from a Shanghai aquarium have arrived in Iceland to be taken to a whale sanctuary there. The 12-year-old whales flew halfway across the globe in special containers. Born in the wild, Little Grey and Little White were captured at around two years old and performed for years as an attraction. Belugas are thought to suffer in captivity, and there had been mounting pressure on the British firm that runs the aquarium. Merlin Entertainment, which also runs Legoland and Madame Tussauds, bought Changfeng Ocean World Zoo where the two whales lived in 2012, and started looking for a home for them. Their new sanctuary is some 6,000 miles (9,656 km) from Shanghai, in Klettsvik Bay, on the Icelandic island of Heimaey. Their long voyage will also include travel by truck, and a ferry. The two will be studied by scientists to see how they adapt to their new home. If they thrive, they could live to between 40 and 60 years old. Depending on how Little Grey and Little White fare, the sanctuary could become home to other belugas as well.

Common merganser chicks take ride before being thrown off mums back

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ducklings climb aboard their mother's back to hitch a ride upstream. Though three of the common merganser chicks were able to score a free lift, there was no room for their three siblings and they swam behind. After the mother decided it had enough of the chicks on its back, it stood up in the water to shake them off.

Longest rainbow-colored feather boa unveiled in New York

20 June 2019, US, New York: Drag Queens unroll a rainbow feather boa on Times Square. At 1919.5 metres, the Boa represents a new world record. The event took place on the occasion of "World Pride", an annual festival that aims to draw attention to the rights and issues of homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals and others.