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When 25 year old carpenter Mark Watts was driving home from a night shift he saw the body of a battered and bloodied man lying at the side of the road.

Pride of Britain supporter Simon Cowell has surprised a family from Newcastle Upon Tyne with the gift of hope for their young son who is suffering from an aggressive form of childhood cancer for the second time.

When William Seager was born prematurely, weighing just 1lb 15oz, at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff he was deemed as a ‘miracle child’. William, who has now turned four years old, was recommended for termination when doctors suspected he had a severe form of spina bifida. Upon later inspection it was found that the tot had a triple knot in his umbilical cord.

An inspiring online challenge for amputee British soldiers to film themselves doing push-ups to raise awareness about military suicide has gone viral.

When Louise White's daughter came into the world stillborn she wanted to create a way to always have her precious child in her life.

Last year we honoured Teddy Houlston who became the youngest ever organ donor when his brave parents made the incredible decision to donate his organs after he was born with anencephaly - a rare birth defect that prevents the brain and skull developing.

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