A mother has been suffereing from hiccups for the last almost five years.
According to a Daily Mail report, 24-year-old Dorothy began hiccuping in 2008 while pregnant with her first child. She hiccups about 100 times a day and has found no cure until now.
First she thought it was part of pregnancy, but the condition continues even after she delivered er second child. It's "a bit embarassing...some people say I sound like a dinosaur", she says.
She has visited doctors and tried 'everything'. Medics are baffled as to the cause for her unusual ailment.
Girl's scalp ripped off in poultry hut
A teenage girl had her scalp ripped off from her head along with her forehead and eyebrows when her long hair entangled in a machine at her poultry hut in the South Indian city of Coimbatore.
The 16-year-old was preparing to take lunch for her father when she stepped into the poultry hut to take a bag when her hair got caught in a machine nearby which was running. The force of its pull tore off her scalp, forehead and eyebrows, reported Deccan Chronicle.
She was rushed to a nearby hospital and following a long-six-hour micro-surgery she is recovering.
The doctors said the operation was a success because the parts were brought in 'properly preserved'.
Boy lives amid 19 dogs and 30 other pets
A 12-year-old boy was living in inhuman conditions amid 19 dogs, 15 cats, two rabbits, three quail, nine chickens and one duck in his house.
When officers entered their Kent home, a pungent smell and odour of urine made it difficult for them to breathe, reported perthnow.com
The boys parents Sandra Kelsch, 49, and her husband, Edward Kelsch, 48, were charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
He is placed under the care of relatives.
Brit who suffers memory loss now sings in French
A 55-year-old woman in the UK believes she is in her 30s when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister and mobile phones were the size of bricks. She cannot remember the birth of her third child, who is a 19-year-old young adult today.
All Kay Delaney remembers is tucking her 6-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter into bed at night, reports Daily Mail. She admits that it feels as if she she's being hugged by strangers when her children embrace her.
Yet one night she woke and began reciting an Edith Piaf song in perfect French, despite not speaking the language.
Delany has lost 20 years from her memory after a freak fall and hit her head hard. Initially the doctors found nothing disturbing. She was treated for minor concussion and sent back home. But soon she began struggling with simple tasks. Today she cannot fix a cup of tea because she forgets to switch on the kettle.
Delaney is diagnosed with retrograde amnesia.
Her partner has now given up work to take care of her.