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Mother reveals her heartbreak after a picture of her newborn son with albinism was stolen and turned into a meme poking fun at his white hair

***EXCLUSIVE*** This mum was heartbroken when she began sharing pictures of her albino baby online, only to discover that one had been made into a meme by TROLLS - that went VIRAL. Fashion designer and stay at home mum of four, Patricia Williams (43) from Utah, USA, was shocked when her son, Redd (7), was born in August 2012, as she noticed his eyes were constantly tracking from side to side. After doing some research, she discovered that this was a common symptom with albinism. After meeting with genetic specialists and an optometrist, Redd was diagnosed with Oculocutaneous Albinism Type one (OCA1), which is considered to be rare and only affects around one in 17,000 worldwide. He was born with nystagmus (an involuntary movement of the eyes) and strabismus (cross eyes) which means he is legally blind. When Redd would go to the playground, he would receive stares and his peers would tease him because he looked different, but his older brother Gage (14) became protective of him. Then in February 2018, Patricia and her husband, Dale (45), welcomed their youngest son, Rockwell, who is now 21 months, who was also born with albinism. Since they had more knowledge of the condition, they were able to prepare for the news. It wasn?t until Patricia began posting pictures on social media that her youngest son became an internet meme that went viral. Initially, Patricia and Dale, who have another son called Wolfgang (5), were both upset and would encourage each person who posted it on their profile to take it down. When they realised it was out of their control, they decided to ignore the joke. Now they make it their mission to raise awareness of albinism to avoid children like her sons from being teased or bullied.

 

A 61-year-old who claimed a sex change from female to male 16 years ago was "the greatest mistake" has begun de-transitioning back to a woman

***EXCLUSIVE*** Debbie Karemer, took the decision she could no longer live life as a man and she wanted to de-transition and stopped taking testosterone in February this year. Debbie, previously known as Lee Harris, had spent years struggling with her sexual identity and asked for a gender reassignment aged 44. Shockingly, she claims she began private testosterone treatment a DAY later and had her breasts removed after just three months - starting an 11-year journey to become a 'man'.

Mother claims 'toxic' breast implants left her in such severe pain she couldn't get out of bed for days and caused an array of health conditions from eczema to hair loss

***EXCLUSIVE*** LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, USA: This mum cried for months after learning that her beloved breast implants were causing joint pain so severe, she’d spend DAYS IN BED – but since having them removed she feels great and is on a mission to prove women aren’t defined by their boob size. Home-schooling mum of three, Heather Romero (27) from Lafayette, Louisiana, USA, always felt very ‘young’ because of her 32A bra size which didn’t make her feel feminine or sexy. Heather and her husband Josh (28) have three children together, Gracie (6), Parker (5) and Everett (3) and after Parker was born she decided to have implants put in in July 2015 in order to regain some control over her body, Heather went up to a 36B size bra. Out of fear of being judged for having implants, Heather kept her decision to go under the knife a secret to everyone apart from her husband. After the operation Heather felt amazing, sexy and confident and was pleased that she could finally wear tops that she used to avoid. This buzz Heather felt from her implants started to fade as two years after having them fitted, she started to feel unwell and experienced unexplained yeast infections, digestion issues, anxiety, depression, acid reflux, kidney stones, eczema, hair loss, extreme fatigue, mood swings, joint pain, poor sleep and dry eyes. Heather’s symptoms escalated and she wasn’t able to be actively present in her children’s lives as she would be in so much joint pain that she couldn’t walk so had to rest in bed or on the sofa. After going to three different doctors to find the cause of her health problems she was diagnosed with endometriosis, a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes, in August 2019. Having heard about breast implant illness at the start of the year and being fearful of parting with her implants which gave her confidence she hadn’t experienced before, Heather’s endometriosis diagnosis and declining health was the final straw so she booked in for an explant on October 14, 2019. The explant has changed Heather’s life for the better and she noticed her symptoms improving within days of surgery, she no longer suffered from dry eyes, her complexion looked healthier and her nose became smaller and her confidence only grew.

Former gravedigger's cottage goes on the market for £3.25million after developer dug up the garden to create huge subterranean studio

***EXCLUSIVE*** An old gravedigger’s cottage has recently hit the market for a cool Ł3,250,000 ? and the current owner has dug up something extraordinary in the garden. Stunning photos of the four bedroom home North Lodge, situated in the heart of London, show a classy modern property - including a cute exterior shot of the brick cottage built at the tail end of the 19th Century; a meticulously kept garden with unusual glass slabs; and tastefully decorated living space just minutes away from Barons Court tube station. However, the property?s ace in the hole is stunning excavation below the home?s manicured garden. The curious-looking glass fittings are actually skylights, flooding a cavernous yet tranquil subterranean studio space.

According to scientists dying coral could be restored by playing the sounds of healthy reefs via underwater loudspeakers to attract young fish

***EXCLUSIVE*** Dying coral could be restored by playing the sounds of healthy reefs via underwater loudspeakers to attract young fish, suggests a new study. Experts say the "acoustic enrichment" could be a valuable tool in helping to restore damaged coral reefs. The international research team was made up of  scientists from the University of Exeter and University of Bristol, and Australia's James Cook University and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. Working on Australia's recently devastated Great Barrier Reef, the team placed loudspeakers underwater playing healthy reef recordings in patches of dead coral.