Footballer, 21, who gave birth despite doctors saying she couldn't dies after three-year fight with ovarian cancer Emma Mincher had been given the all clear but cancer tragically returned Gave birth to two daughters after being told she could not have childrenTalented footballer played for Blackburn Rovers' women's team By Sam Adams PUBLISHED: 11:00 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:06 GMT, 1 March 2013 A young mother and professional footballer has died aged just 21 after losing her three-year battle with ovarian cancer. Emma Mincher from Droylsden, Great Manchester – who played for Blackburn Rovers – was diagnosed with the disease the day before her 18th birthday in March 2009
Simply having a wonderfully awkward Christmas time! Festive family photos that'll make even the worst scrooge laugh out loud | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 23 December 2012 Taking holiday photos can often be an awkward experience for the senders as well as the receivers. On some occasions the images come out looking picture perfect.
Facebook 'cashing in on mums-to-be by selling information about due dates and babies' gendersUsers who announce happy news are deluged with baby product adverts Originally Facebook said it would not target mothers-to-beBut the Daily Mail has learned this policy has secretly been changed | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 21 December 2012 Happy news: But women letting people know about their pregnancy on Facebook may open them up to targeted advertising Facebook is cashing in on pregnant women by selling access to private information about their due dates and the gender of their unborn babies to advertisers.
Early to bed for a week for you, Mr Balls | UPDATED: 23:41 GMT, 11 December 2012 Labour's Ed Balls again did his boiling-milk impression. He is not having a happy time. Last week he had a stinkeroo of an Autumn Statement
Santa's little yelpers: Hilarious pictures of children screaming and crying during trips to Christmas grottoesOnline snaps show children utterly dismayed by a festive visit to SantaParents posting images of unruly, crying youngsters | UPDATED: 20:09 GMT, 4 December 2012 Christmas is normally a happy time when families enjoy spending the festive season together, while children impatiently await a visit from Santa Claus and the presents he brings. But these online pictures show that not all children share a love of jolly old St Nick
What are they thinking Our bodies, not faces, reveal the truth about how we feel | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 30 November 2012 If you find it hard to read someone’s emotions, the problem may be that you are staring them in the face. Research suggests that it is a person’s body that gives away what they are thinking, not their expression. When men and women were given photos of individuals and asked to judge the emotion shown, they did badly when just given head and shoulders shots.