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A mum has told how she has an unusual addiction to eating Johnson's Baby Powder - and can eat an entire tub in just a DAY

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lisa Anderson, 44, started eating the powder 15 years ago when she felt the urge after using it on her young son following a bath. She estimates she's spent nearly £8,000 on her craving which sees her run off to the bathroom at least 40 TIMES a day to gorge on the white powder which she eats off the back of her hand. Lisa, who suffers from anxiety and depression, spends at least £10-a-week on her craving. She eats the bathroom staple up to every 30-minutes and routinely wakes up FOUR times a night to feed her habit. Lisa from Paignton, Devon, kept her habit secret for a decade before confiding in her ex-partner - and has now plucked up the courage to get professional help. The mum-of five was recently told by doctors she may have symptoms of PICA syndrome - an eating disorder characterised by a compulsion to eat non-food items.

Air hostess broke leg in seven places after plane shot up 500ft during severe turbulence

***EXCLUSIVE*** An air hostess broke her ankle and leg in SEVEN places after the plane flew through a huge storm and she experienced severe turbulence. Eden Garrity, 27, was pushing a catering trolley on board a Thomas Cook flight from Cuba to Manchester when the plane met a mid-Atlantic storm. The plane shot up 500ft, pinning Eden to the ground and snapping her ankle.

A bearded dragon that had been so badly neglected she was left paralysed has been able to crawl across her tank for the first time - thanks to a custom-made wheelchair

***EXCLUSIVE*** Life is no longer a drag for "middle-aged" reptile Millie, who was unable to use her back legs after contracting a debilitating Metabolic Bone Disease, caused by a lack of vitamin D. The disease stripped poor Millie's bones of much-needed calcium and made her back so brittle it was fractured when a previous owner tried to pick her up.

A mum who was sick 40 times a day during a traumatic pregnancy bounced back just a year later to become a shredded bodybuilder

***EXCLUSIVE*** Natasha Gilson, 35, suffered from Hyperemesis during her pregnancy with daughter, Ana√Įs as the weight dropped off her. Crippled with constant sickness and nausea Natasha struggled with everyday life and the once super fit gym-goer couldn't bring herself to do even a small exercise. After an equally traumatic labour which was then followed up by a bout of sepsis Natasha thought she'd never get her fitness back.

World championship in Christmas tree throwing

Rhineland-Palatinate, Weidenthal: A participant hurls a spruce at the 14th World Championship in Christmas tree throwing. The "World Championship", founded by the FC Wacker Weidenthal club, is played out in a three-way match: long throw, high throw and slingshot of a Christmas tree about 1.50 meters tall.

Drinks company STRYYK produces a non-alcoholic selection of drinks that imitate the taste popular spirits such as gin, vodka, and rum - perfect for Dry January

***EXCLUSIVE*** People looking to stay sober this January may find help with a new non-alcoholic drink that tastes and smells like GIN. Alex Carlton has launched new spirits that aim to replicate the taste of alcohol, including vodka and rum. STRYYK spirits were started following the reveal that four million Brits had signed up to Dry January last year - a drastic rise from when just 17,000 vowed to not drink alcohol in 2014. Alex said: “When I found I wasn’t working for a couple of years, I was drinking more and I had to have a reason to drink less.

Life after no-love! Mutt called Cher who was left with broken leg and tied to lamppost in Cyprus is given new home by UK dog-lover in Lake District

***EXCLUSIVE*** A dog has been given a new life in the UK after being found tied to a lamppost and left for dead in Cyprus. The four-year-old Golden Retriever and Greek Kolkoni cross, called Cher, was found in Nicosia, Cyprus. She was discovered by volunteers for the D.O.G Rescue Cyprus animal charity which is dedicated to improving the lives of abandoned, abused and neglected dogs.

Wedding planner has eye split open to save vision after optician found tumour

***EXCLUSIVE*** A wedding planner had to have her eye SPLIT OPEN to have a radiotherapy device inserted after an eye test revealed she had a cancerous tumour. Louise Jordan, 50, said that "something inside told her" that she should pay a visit to the optician. The mum-of-two from Bloxwich, West Midlands thought that her eyes were 'completely fine', but when she spotted a letter from the optician, she booked in for a check up just to be on the safe side.