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Rugby fans travelling to the World Cup are being urged to take precautions against a deadly Zika-style disease - that kills one in three of all patients

***EXCLUSIVE*** Japanese Encephalitis is a rare and incurable brain infection that is carried by mosquitoes in Japan and Asia - and kills almost 20,000 people every year. While the chances of infection are rare, the Encephalitis Society are urging tourists and rugby fans to take medical advice before travelling, because it can be prevented with a vaccination. More than 600,000 tickets are expected to be held by international fans for the tournament next month, and millions more foreign visitors are expected next year when Japan hosts the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

Britain's 'smallest detached house' that is just 13 feet wide goes up for sale for £150,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A tiny detached property believed to be the smallest in Britain could be snapped up by house-hunters at auction for £150,000.  Number 15 Goldhill Road, in Knighton, Leicester,  is just three metres (13ft) wide and seven metres (26ft) high and covers 338 square feet over two floors.  But while homeowners fork out on average £365,697 for a detached property in Britain, this one could set potential buyers back just £150,000.  The two bedroomed property is described as being in demand as it's located near schools, parks and amenities and sits only two miles from the city centre.  It features a living room, (4.46m x 3.38m) kitchen (2.24m x 1.84m), dining room (3.38m x 3.65m), family bathroom and an enclosed rear garden. The quirky property is set to be auctioned by SDL Auctions at Leicester City FC's King Power Stadium on September 3.

A mum is calling for all pregnant women to be tested for strep after the infection left her baby with brain damage

***EXCLUSIVE*** Bethany Ford tested positive for group B strep when she went into labour with her son Grayson Harris. The 23-year-old had experienced a routine pregnancy and was not given antibiotics for the common bacterial infection. By the time her results came back, she had already given birth to little Grayson who was admitted to a special care baby unit with meningitis.   Now aged three, Grayson has global development delay which means he tends to be impulsive and can go from calm to angry very quickly.