The teenager sure to be in Santa"s good books after giving CPR to save her little brother"s life

The teenager sure to be in Santa's good books after giving CPR to save her little brother's life Courtney, 13, realised her three-year-old brother had experienced a seizure and had stopped breathingHer mother Kim said Courtney calmly performed CPR while she had panickedCourtney managed to revive Lucas after 20 minutes of chest compression and mouth-to-mouth | UPDATED: 17:19 GMT, 24 December 2012 Meeting Father Christmas is a wonderful experience for any child, but it was extra special for teenager Courtney and her little brother Lucas. For the 13-year-old from Southampton had saved her younger sibling's life just months before. Courtney Lanfear, had looked in on three-year-old Lucas as he had been suffering from a cold when she noticed his cot was shaking.

Britain will be "swamped" by TB unless tests to diagnose it are brought into the 21st century, experts warn

Britain will be 'swamped' by TB unless high-risk immigrants are routinely given blood tests, experts warn 9,000 cases of tuberculosis in the UK last year – up 5% on the year beforeImmigrants currently screened using chest X-rayBut experts argue this 100-year-old method only spots people with advanced disease, meaning many with no symptoms are missedCalling for blood test used in the U.S. to be standard test | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 7 December 2012 Britain will be 'swamped' by tuberculosis unless new measures to diagnose the disease A leading doctor has warned that Britain will be ‘swamped’ by tuberculosis unless new measures to diagnose the disease in immigrants are introduced