On Tuesday he shared his heartbreak after receiving the news his baby daughter Azaylia's leukaemia had returned. And Ashley Cain took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a sweet clip with his six-month-old as she slept soundly on his chest at their home. The Ex On The Beach star, 30, doted on his daughter as she napped on him, and gave her a gentle peck on her head so as not to wake her. Doting: EOTB's Ashley Cain shared a sweet clip of baby daughter Azaylia sleeping on his chest on Wednesday, after revealing her leukaemia has returned Azaylia appeared to be very comfortable on her father's bare chest, and she was bundled up in a cosy black blanket. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Our cherub turned into my dad!' Charlotte Dawson's baby son... Katie Price unveils son Harvey's new frog-themed clothing... 'All I've done is correct something that was wrong at my... James Argent, 33, receives his first dose of the... … [Read more...] about EOTB’s Ashley Cain shares sweet clip of baby daughter Azaylia sleeping on his chest after revealing her leukaemia has returned
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A MUM has described how her son’s milk allergy left him skin blistered from head to toe and his poo like acid water. Charlotte Smallwood, 25, says her baby Arthur screamed in pain and was "inconsolable" for seven months before he finally got the treatment he needed. Doctors reportedly misdiagnosed Arthur, now 10 months old, with colic - when babies cry an abnormal amount - and acid reflux. But Charlotte’s first child, three-year-old Thea, had suffered from both of these conditions, and she thought there was something more to Arthur’s suffering. The mum believed that milk was the problem but claims doctors continuously insisted Arthur did not have a cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA). She and husband Lewis, 28, tried steroid creams, bath creams and milk formulas prescribed by doctors to help their “constantly upset” and sleep deprived baby - but to no avail. Eventually, dermatologists at a children hospital urgently requested to see Arthur and were reportedly “shocked … [Read more...] about Mum’s agony at son’s screams from blistered skin and bowel movements like ‘acid water’
F ollowing evidence that the Oxford vaccine appears to offer only limited protection against mild disease caused by the South African variant of Covid-19, vaccines minister, Nadhim Zahawi, urged the public to remain confident in the vaccine . Mr Zahawi described the emergence of new variants of Covid as “worrying”, but said in an article for the Telegraph that: “We should bear in mind that recent studies show the vaccines being deployed right now across the UK appear to work well against the Covid-19 variants currently dominant in the UK.” Meanwhile, ministers are said to be discussing plans to vaccinate millions of under-50s at work in order to accelerate the national vaccine rollout from spring onwards. Your questions on what the new variant could mean for vaccines were answered by our science editor, Sarah Knapton, at noon on Feb 10 during a live Q&A. You can find a recap of Wednesday's Q&A below. If you've been vaccinated and get Covid symptoms do you still … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine Q&A: Your questions on new variants and jabs at work answered
The symptoms of coronavirus can vary hugely from person to person, but those most badly affected will require intensive care in hospital. Among them is Prime Minister Boris Johnson , who was admitted to ICU (Intensive Care Unit) after his condition worsened. But what are the reasons for moving a coronavirus patient from a ward to ICU? And what sort of treatment do doctors and nurses provide? Sky News has spoken to a number of consultants. What has to happen for you to end up in intensive care? Advertisement Patients end up in intensive care when COVID-19 makes it very difficult for them to breathe, which in worst cases can cause them to develop pneumonia - fluid on the lungs. They also may require sudden access to equipment to aid breathing that is not available on general wards. More from Covid-19 COVID-19: Airlines to burn through up to $95bn this year after restrictions tightened COVID-19: Face masks may not be needed … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why are patients put into intensive care?
England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some questions from the public on the coronavirus crisis. He shared his perspective on the public's queries and concerns on topics including the vaccine rollout, vaccine hesitancy and lifting the lockdown. Below are some of the key things from the Q&A, followed by a short analysis from science correspondent Thomas Moore , who offers his insight on each answer. 1. Since we hit the first 15 million jabs target there has been a drop-off in the daily vaccination numbers. Why? "That's really very simple to explain. There are always going to be supply fluctuations. These are new vaccines and by and large the manufacturers have never made them or anything like them before," Professor Van-Tam said. Advertisement Using one of his now-famous analogies Prof Van-Tam compared the manufacture of vaccines to beer-making. He said you set the equipment up and let … [Read more...] about Vaccine side-effects, fertility and jab shortages – Van-Tam answers your questions