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Jo Cameron only realised in her sixties that it was not the norm to never feel pain. It wasn’t until she came out of a notoriously painful operation unfazed that her doctor suspected Cameron was different. She has gone through life bumping into things, burning herself and even getting her teeth knocked out without feeling any pain. Scientists at University College London hope that research into the mutated genes which cause Cameron’s condition will lead to better treatments for chronic pain, PTSD and wound healing.
My children are the speakers of tomorrow, the next generation. I want them to have a voice. I want to prepare them to deal effectively with the difficulties of the world today and to stand up for themselves and their beliefs.
Look around you. Look at the poison you have created and ask yourself, what are you leaving me? This is your legacy and, regardless of Thursday's result, my generation may well spend the rest of our lives cleaning up.
The latest TV series to be spawned from the ever fertile mind of horror writer Stephen King is called 11.22.63, a time travelling
Sure, Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne give good flare game but are we non-model, non-celebrity types actually likely to trade in our skinnies and move into bell-bottom territory? Yes, but all summer?
While informed by the likes of Bacharach, Bolan and The Animals - as heard on The Moons' Jan 'Stan' Kybert-produced album Fables Of History (2012) - Crofts has taken a pop classicism and updated it without having mired himself in the black hole of revivalism.
Gentlemen! Thinking of having a change of hairstyle? Why, look no further than this marvellous video montage - which demonstrates
Though examples of popular history range from magazines such as History Today right through to the work of the National Trust, it is the film industry that has recently encapsulated the imaginations of thousands of ordinary people.
1950s These fellas are doing their daily dose of rhythmic exercise, according to the narrator. But don't be fooled, he says
Fleming speaks of Jimi's other-worldliness, of a man who could stand next to you in a room while giving you the impression he was elsewhere. But for Fleming the creative high point of the decade was 1967, the year that gave the world the Monterey Pop Festival.