Two ago, Cynthia Knapp was virtually immobilised by rheumatoid arthritis. The auto-immune disease, which causes joints to swell, had left the 67-year-old in such agonising neck and back pain, she was often unable to hobble the few feet from bedroom to bathroom.
Today, however, the pain is gone, and the retired graphic designer from Worthing, West Sussex, is more active than she could ever have hoped to be. Once housebound, now her days are filled with trips to the park with her grandchildren — Sofia, seven, and Lucas, 18 months. Read more
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Psychic Surgeons: Miracle Workers or Frauds?
Medical doctors consider psychic surgeons frauds, but patients credit them for miraculous recoveries