Ten year old has giant neck tumour: Body Bizarre episode 1
A BOY of ten with a giant growth on his neck could be cured after being prescribed VIAGRA. Jose Serrano's threatening growth threatens to stop him breathing by putting pressure on his windpipe. Surgeons are desperate to operate but it will not be safe until the cystic growth -- known as a lymphangioma -- is smaller. And viagra, which is most famous for helping male impotence, has been discovered to shrink the growths in children. Jose, from Ciudad Juarez in Mexico, is now taking the medicine in the hope he will one day be able to live life as a normal boy.
THIS Gentoo penguin clearly fancied a change from its usual fish-heavy diet. The inquisitive penguin virtually sprinted up to the GoPro and gave it a good pecking - before realising it was inedible and waddling away in search of tastier treats. The footage was captured on Cuverville Island in Antarctica, home to a large Gentoo penguin colony. The camera was left buried in the snow near a penguin highway by Alex Cowan, onboard geologist on the adventure tours vessel MS Expedition, which is owned and operated by G Adventures. The GoPro captured around 60 minutes of film, including this hilarious close encounter with a Gentoo. Cuverville Island, situated in the Errera Channel, is well-known for its large Gentoo colonies and abundant icebergs, while late in the year humpback whales are frequently seen feeding and breaching in the area. For more information on G Adventures, please visit www.gadventures.com
Videographer / Director: Alex Cowan / G Adventures
Producer: Tom Midlane
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Bing UK has handed over its homepage to The Jubilee Sailing Trust, a registered charity whose mission is to promote the integration of people of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of sailing tall ships on the open sea.
This month Bing UK has handed over their Homepage to the British Hen Welfare Trust, a national charity that re-homes commercial laying hens, educates the public on how to make a difference to Hen Welfare and encourages support for the British egg industry. #HelpYourBritain http://www.discoverbing.co.uk/HelpYourBritain
This month Bing UK has handed over their Homepage to The Living Rainforest, a charity which is home to 700 species of animals and plants, and is operated and run by the Trust for sustainable living. Their mission is to educate and further the understanding of sustainable living in the UK and abroad. #HelpYourBritain http://www.discoverbing.co.uk/HelpYourBritain
This month Bing is handing over their homepage to a marine conservation organisation called Bite Back. Their mission is to halt the trade and consumption of vulnerable fish species and promote sustainable fishing, protect ocean habitats and inspire worldwide respect for the marine environment. Visit Bing.com to check out today’s homepage. If you want to find out more about today’s charity and how you can nominate one to appear on Bing next month visit www.bing.com/helpyourbritain.
As part of their on-going charity initiative, Bing is featuring the Kent Surrey & Sussex Ambulance Trust this month.
It is a registered charity established to help sick and injured people in South East England and surrounding areas by providing a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS). Responding swiftly to 999 calls, the Air Ambulance can deliver a highly skilled team of Specialist Doctors and Critical Care Paramedics to the patient at the scene. It costs £5 million per year to keep the service running; this money is raised almost entirely via voluntary donations.