Stem cell treatment helped me walk again

It was this amazing, amazing treatment.

– Holly Drewry

Holly Drewry, like most of us, took walking, dancing even running for granted until she was hit by the debilitating neurological condition Multiple Sclerosis. Within weeks of the birth of her daughter Isla, Holly lost the ability to move without the use of a wheelchair.

Only three weeks after receiving a pioneering new stem cell treatment, Holly was able to walk again. She said: "It feels like a big dream", she added, "never did I think I'd be as healthy as I am now."

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Hugh Jackman: My wife fell in love with the mullet

When I met my wife I had a mullet.

– Hugh Jackman on resurrecting the 80s hair trend

Is the mullet haircut the way to go? Hugh Jackman certainly seems to think so! The Hollywood star chatted to Kate Garraway about his latest role - playing the villain in Chappie.

He says it was fun to play the baddie and explained how his wife fell in love with him the last time he sported a mullet - which is why he didn't mind so much doing it again for this role.

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'It's wonderful to see so much good being done'

I cannot imagine that feeling of helplessness because in the UK we do have options and we provide solutions.

– Myleene Klass

Charity workers from Save the Children are warning that almost 30 countries are at risk of an Ebola type epidemic because they have such weak healthcare systems. They say the rest of the world needs to wake up to the threat and help provide better protection for millions of children

In her video diary, made exclusively for the Good Morning Britain website, Mylene Klass shares her experiences of her recent trip to Nepal, which has a weaker health system than other ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa.

Myleene Klass speaks out on children's party etiquette

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Questionning continues over missing Becky Watts

Detectives searching for the missing Bristol teenager Becky Watts are continuing to question two people on suspicion of her murder. A twenty-eight-year-old man and a woman, 21, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Becky Watts has been missing for almost two weeks, she was last seen on February 19, and forensic teams are searching three houses. Becky left home with a phone, laptop and tablet and police have seized a black Vauxhall Zafira.

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