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This mum says her painful red eczema was so bad that she was turned down for jobs before giving up steroid creams and healing herself NATURALLY through a vegan diet

***EXCLUSIVE*** DONCASTER, UK: Director, Misty Rowe-Elliot (42) from Doncaster, UK, has suffered with eczema for most of her life. Misty’s eczema flares were so severe at times that she would decline social invitations and avoid going out. She stopped eating certain foods like milk, cheese, shellfish and nuts to prevent further itchy flare ups. As a former professional dancer, Misty was also dismissed at job auditions because of the condition of her skin. Whenever Misty sought medical help for her skin, she was prescribed stronger and stronger steroid creams to treat her eczema which would appear to clear her skin for a period of time before it came back angrier than ever. In addition to creams and ointments prescribed by her GP, Misty tried elimination, dairy free and gluten free diets, Chinese herbal medicines, light therapy, all with mixed success to rid herself of eczema. When Misty’s husband Tom (35) asked her to marry him in 2012, she decided to stop using creams for as long as she could before her wedding day so that she could use them again just before the day and have beautiful, clear skin. For around 18 months Misty had painful, red, hot skin which oozed and broke and she felt generally unwell, but by the time her wedding day came around in July 2014, Misty still had red skin so she decided to use the medicated creams again and her skin appeared to be fixed for her special day. Little did Misty know that the inflammation she went through after ditching the creams was her body going through topical steroid withdrawal (TSW), a condition where the skin reacts adversely after long-term use of topical steroid creams is stopped. After the wedding, Misty researched TSW and the importance of gut health and committed herself to healing her skin naturally, without medication. She eats a mainly plant based diet and prioritises sleep and self-care. Now, Misty is confident in her own skin and hopes that by sharing her story, she can inspire others.

Pawtners in crime! Canny canines combine to lift some leftovers

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the hilarious moment a trio of dogs help each other to steal some leftover dinner from the kitchen counter. Hugo - the 8 month old corgi was filmed stealing the dinner at his home in Norway with the help of his friends Harley and Henry the Border collies who formed a furry footstool to give Hugo the height he needed. The footage was shot by Line Fatland Fr√łystad, professional dog trainer and CEO of @funnybubbledogs on Instagram. Line from Norway said: „My Corgi is raised together with his Border Collie brothers. He always wants to do the same as they do, run fast, jump high and steal food from the counter. But a Corgi have short legs and all of these things isn’t always easy to do. So one day after dinner I noticed the Corgi was jumping on the back of the Border Collies to reach the food.”

This man was so worried about how he looked after a DRUNK driving incident left him with one eye and half a face that he hid behind sunglasses and a hat for TWO YEARS - and now he is helping other alcoholics avoid the same fate

***EXCLUSIVE*** BOULDER, COLORADO, USA: Animal sanctuary founder, Daniel Sweig (40), from Boulder, Colorado, USA, will admit that he’d been a heavy drinker for much of his adult life. Aged 22, a drunk driving accident left Daniel blind in one eye for six months. A decade and a half later on November 12, 2017, in Lompoc, California, another drunk driving accident would leave Daniel without an eye completely. After a heavy night of partying - which included cocaine and whiskey – Daniel lost control of his car whilsst making a turn at 100 miles-per-hour. With no seat belt on and the sun roof open, Daniel embraced for the worst. Daniel’s passenger - friend, Jojo – was left uninjured but Daniel couldn’t see out of one eye and was left with an exposed skull. He’d suffered from serious facial degloving in which extensive amounts of skin are ripped away from the underlying tissues. Other injuries included a rupturing in his left eye, an orbital wall fracture, an orbital roof fracture, and cerebral contusion which lead to minor brain damage in the frontal lobe and several seizures. Daniel was driven to three different hospitals before surgeons at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, California, knew how to rectify the problem. It took 12 surgeries to stabilise his condition including a skin graft, removal of Daniel’s eye, and hundreds of stitches.

Tiny 8ft by 6ft children's playhouse listed on Airbnb for a joke is booked by family of four for a weekend break for £500 a night

***EXCLUSIVE*** A child's playhouse listed on Airbnb for a joke has been booked by a family for a weekend break - and they are paying £500 for the night. Jason Kneen, 49, built the 8ft (2.4m) by 6ft (1.8m) structure in his garden during lockdown. The dad-of-five then advertised it on the popular travel website for a laugh - but didn't actually think anyone would stump up to stay. So he was surprised when a family of four signed up for a night - and the family say they are staying this coming.

Lidl worker goes viral after entertaining shoppers with opera performances in lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lidl supermarket worker Lily Taylor-Ward has become a global singing sensation after entertaining shoppers with her amazing OPERA performances. The 24-year-old soprano singer started belting out classics to entertain customers who were forced to queue up outside during the lockdown. The talented musician has now gone viral with hundreds of thousands of people around the world watching her spell-binding performances. Lily now entertains customers in the carpark of the supermarket in Sandiacre, Derbys., after she finishes her shift every Thursday night.

A wildlife photographer captured these stunning pictures of an orphaned fox cub posing for the camera

***EXCLUSIVE*** A wildlife photographer captured these stunning pictures of an orphaned fox cub posing for the camera - after rescuing the vixen when its mother was run over.  Beverley Thain, 62, befriended the cub alongside two fellow photographers after spotting the little red fox in the countryside of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire last May. The photographers found an older vixen, thought to be the fox's mum, had been run over near the den and realised the cub would be left to fend for itself. They named the fox 'Black Paws' and vowed to keep her well, bringing her eggs and raw chicken to eat.

Street clown against COVID-19

Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico: Inocencio Jecome is an artist who works under the name ''El Payaso menudito''. Despite COVID-19, he takes to the streets to earn money to survive. He is 62 years old and is a risk population, however he does not have medical services or a fixed salary, so he is forced to take risks during his work.

The Cemetery Of Casabermeja

The cemetery of Casabermeja is one of the most famous and peculiar of all Andalusia, built in the eighteenth century, has since 1980 with the declaration of National Monument and since 2006 with the title of Property of Cultural Interest. Very curious for its narrow streets and well-kept facades. The niches have a wide variety of shapes and sizes. They are rectangular, and are attached to each other, covered with barrel vaults of variable height.