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Busy A&E nurse caught browsing holidays9s

Busy A&E nurse caught browsing holidays

A nurse at England's worst A&E department could face the sack after a furious patient waiting over "five hours" to be seen took a picture of the medic booking a holiday. NHS bosses said the unnamed nurse was being "managed accordingly" after she was snapped scrolling through pictures of sunny beach resorts while on the phone. The picture covertly taken at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex, was shared on a community Facebook page.

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Published: January 15, 2018
Photographer captured these enchanting images showing stars glittering above a town41s

Photographer captured these enchanting images showing stars glittering above a town

A photographer had his head in the clouds when he captured these enchanting images showing stars glittering above a town blanketed in mist. Jan Sedlacek, 38, trekked 300 metres up the Malvern Hills to photograph the fog which settled over the town of Great Malvern as temperatures plunged below freezing. But he was in for a surprise when he climbed above the cloud cover to see thousands of stars glistening overhead. He captured a series of stunning images which almost appear out of this world.

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Published: January 15, 2018
Girl tethered to huge ventilator all her life finally free after op to help her breathe1m32s

Girl tethered to huge ventilator all her life finally free after op to help her breathe

This is the amazing moment a five-year-old girl who has spent her entire life tethered to a huge ventilator runs freely after undergoing surgery to help her breathe on her own. Diana Galleno suffers from congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS), a rare condition affecting the autonomic nervous system which controls breathing. As a result the little girl has been attached to a bulky 15lb ventilator - a machine to help her breathe which resembles a vacuum cleaner - since she was a week old.

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Published: January 15, 2018
Two police officers have launched an online search for a new kidney48s

Two police officers have launched an online search for a new kidney

Two police officers have launched an online search for a new kidney for their poorly one-year-old son. Little Ethan Davies is on home dialysis for 11-and-a-half hours every day after being born prematurely in March 2016 and suffering a string of serious health problems. The tot spent most of his first year of his life in hospital but is finally strong enough to accept a kidney transplant. His dad James, 43, and mum Nicola, 36, who both work for Thames Valley Police, have launched an online search to find a matching donor.

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Published: January 12, 2018
Shocking body-cam footage shows female police officer being attacked as she screams in terror2m02s

Shocking body-cam footage shows female police officer being attacked as she screams in terror

Shocking body-cam footage has been released by police showing a female officer screaming in terror as she is attacked by a thug who tore out chunks of her hair. PC Emma Agyei can also be heard breaking down in tears in the front seat of a police car shortly after being assaulted on May 20 last year. West Midlands Police released the disturbing footage yesterday (Fri) to highlight the impact of officers being assaulted on Britain's streets.

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Published: January 12, 2018
Dad, 30, becomes one of Britain’s youngest Alzheimer’s victims1m47s

Dad, 30, becomes one of Britain’s youngest Alzheimer’s victims

A dad-of-two has become one of Britain's youngest Alzheimer's victims after being diagnosed at the age of 30. Daniel Bradbury inherited the devastating disease from his father and has been warned his 18-month-old twins have a 50 per cent chance of developing it in later life. He began showing symptoms of the disease in July last year when he lost his engineering job because bosses said he was "under-performing".

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Published: January 12, 2018
Babies kick up dust storm which they breathe in as they crawl1m59s

Babies kick up dust storm which they breathe in as they crawl

When babies crawl they "kick up" a dust storm of dirt, skin cells, bacteria, pollen, and fungal spores which they breathe in, a study found And because they are so close to the floor they inhale four times as much as when an adult walks across the same surface, with carpets and rugs they worst for the "dust smog." But while this cloud of dust and dirt may sound alarming, experts reassured parents it was not necessarily a bad thing as it could help infants build up defences against asthma and allergies.

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Published: January 12, 2018
Tearjerking videos document the decline of a gran3m16s

Tearjerking videos document the decline of a gran

Tearjerking videos document the decline of a grandmother who was gradually robbed of her memory by dementia - but never forgot the words to her favorite song. Mary-Lou Versteegh adored the popular track ‘You Are My Sunshine’, and always sang it to her granddaughter Nicole Coenen, 24. But in 2009, when the WWII survivor was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and moved to a nursing home, the roles reversed.

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Published: January 12, 2018
Three-year-old girl whose skull bones are fused together branded an ALIEN by strangers2m06s

Three-year-old girl whose skull bones are fused together branded an ALIEN by strangers

The mom of a three-year-old girl whose skull bones are fused together says the tot is stared at constantly in public - and one cruel stranger even said she looks like an ALIEN. Little Ryley Nazario has Pfeiffer Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder which causes facial deformities and affects the shape of the head. Her mom Vanessa Nazario, 39, said ever since Ryley was born she has attracted attention, with strangers offering pity or making nasty comments.

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Published: January 12, 2018
The average adult will shell out £4,600 on 'financial' New Year's resolutions1m09s

The average adult will shell out £4,600 on 'financial' New Year's resolutions

The average adult will shell out £4,600 on 'financial' New Year's resolutions such as conquering their debts or moving house, according to a study. Expensive pledges such as paying off debt, buying a car and travelling the world are just as popular as traditional resolutions such as quitting smoking. The average person will attempt two such promises and reckon they will cost £4,612.52 to achieve, the poll of 2,000 people found.

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Published: January 12, 2018
Sneaky shoppers tear open creme eggs in search for £1k white version47s

Sneaky shoppers tear open creme eggs in search for £1k white version

Sneaky shoppers are scratching the wrapping off Creme Eggs without buying them - in the hope of finding the limited edition white chocolate version. Pictures show the tinfoil wrapping on eggs peeled back by customers searching for the £1K prize. Cadbury is rewarding all white egg poachers with £1,000 up until Easter Sunday on April 1. There are believed to be around 371 white eggs in circulation.

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Published: January 11, 2018
This is the touching moment a nurse soothed an anxious patient - by SINGING to her1m32s

This is the touching moment a nurse soothed an anxious patient - by SINGING to her

This is the emotional moment a nurse soothed an anxious patient - by SINGING to her. Jared Axen, 31, serenaded DeBoraha Townson, who had been admitted to hospital on her 60th birthday after suffering shortness of breath. The grandmother-of-six was awaiting a procedure to examine her heart when Jared asked if he could sing to her to calm her nerves.

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Published: January 11, 2018
Girl who died after BMW ploughed into her as she waited at bus stop has been named locally42s

Girl who died after BMW ploughed into her as she waited at bus stop has been named locally

A 15-year-old girl has died after suffering serious injuries when a car ploughed into a bus stop she was waiting at, police have confirmed. The teenage girl has been named locally as Katelyn Dawson and has been described by her friends as "amazing, kind, funny and beautiful." Four people were injured when a BMW smashed into a bus stop in the Moldgreen area of Huddersfield, West Yorks., on Wednesday morning (Jan 10).

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Published: January 11, 2018
Toy store opens doors for adults to relive their childhood1m08s

Toy store opens doors for adults to relive their childhood

Millions of Brits are taking a trip down memory lane - by buying toys they owned as kids, according to a study. Researchers found 44 percent of the population have purchased play things they enjoyed as children because they bring back happy memories. Colouring books, cuddly toys and board games top the list, with jigsaws and Lego completing the top five most popular choices. And those who have sought to recapture the sense of wonder associated with their formative years own eight toys on average.

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Published: January 11, 2018
Baby boy becomes interent sensation when video of him saying 'hello' to his dad goes viral46s

Baby boy becomes interent sensation when video of him saying 'hello' to his dad goes viral

This is the adorable moment a baby stunned his parents by saying his first word - at just 12-WEEKS-OLD. Little Jenson Webster can be heard repeating the word "hello" to his shocked dad Tom in the heart-warming video filmed by proud mum Laura. Tom, 28, had been lying next to his young son after giving him a feed at the couple's home in Leicester on Sunday morning (7/1).

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Published: January 11, 2018648 views
More than half of UK workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague1m52s

More than half of UK workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

More than half of UK workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague, a study found. Research revealed the true extent to which staff who arrive at work coughing and spluttering pass on their gems and diseases to those who sit nearby. According to the study the average 'martyr' will struggle into work while ill five days a year, putting their co-workers at risk.

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Published: January 11, 2018
Hilarious moment naughty pooch is caught ‘red-pawed’ with its head stuck in a cheeseburger box16s

Hilarious moment naughty pooch is caught ‘red-pawed’ with its head stuck in a cheeseburger box

This is the hilarious moment a naughty pooch was caught ‘red-pawed’ with its head stuck in a cheeseburger box after raiding its owner’s trash can. Jacob Allinson, 32, returned home from a gym session to find heaps of litter strewn across his living room floor. In an amusing clip he films the chaotic scene and then rounds a corner to find the culprit - his eight-year-old rescue dog Kevin.

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Published: January 11, 2018
Grieving dog owner spots her dead dog in a cloud formation near the moon41s

Grieving dog owner spots her dead dog in a cloud formation near the moon

A grieving dog lover was astonished when she saw the spitting image of her dead pet in a photograph she snapped of the full moon. Donna Mortlock, 50, was heartbroken when her Jack Russell, BiJa, died shortly before his 19th birthday. The cherished pet died of old age and his heartbroken family spent their first Christmas without him in nearly two decades.

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Published: January 10, 2018
Hunter won't face charges despite being caught on camera1m29s

Hunter won't face charges despite being caught on camera

A rider with a hunt caught on camera whipping a protester with her crop SEVENTEEN TIMES could face a private prosecution after police said she wouldn't be charged. Shocking footage of the incident went viral in November after it appeared to show the rider whipping the saboteur who had grabbed her horse's reins. Cries of 'Let go!' and 'Get off the horse!' can be heard, while others shouted for the woman to stop using her mount 'as a weapon' in Herstmonceux, East Sussex.

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Published: January 10, 2018
100-year-old man says cider is one of the keys to a long life1m24s

100-year-old man says cider is one of the keys to a long life

A Second World War veteran has celebrated his 100th birthday and revealed the secret to his long life - a daily pint of CIDER. Sprightly Joshua Kelly hit the milestone and celebrated like he has done almost every day of his life - with a trip to the pub, And Joshua insists his daily tipple has helped him reach the ripe old age. When asked the secret to a long life, Joshua said: "Cider, and I've been lucky.

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Published: January 10, 2018
Brits won’t pay off their Christmas debt until April, according to research1m35s

Brits won’t pay off their Christmas debt until April, according to research

Brits won’t pay off their Christmas debt until April, according to research. Hefty spends on gifts, food, drink and more means the typical adult won’t clear their festive spends until 14 weeks into 2018. On average those polled borrowed £398.19 either through loans or credit cards to cover Yuletide and everything which comes with it. Amid this, one in three borrowed more than they did the previous year – an average increase of 46 per cent on their 2016 borrowings.

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Published: January 10, 2018