What's Making News

June 14, 2010 - 1:09pm

Posted By RACHEL PUNCH, THE SUDBURY STAR: Mother of three Corinne Fewster-Gagne knew something was wrong with her infant son when he was about three-months-old."If he was awake, he was crying," Fewster-Gagne said. His fists and arms were clenched tight and weren't moving. "If I put him under a mobile he would just lay there all stiff. I knew something was wrong," Fewster-Gagne said.

November 6, 2009 - 9:28am

Guy Dixon From Saturday's Globe and Mail

For many years, Liona Boyd had something distressing happening to her hand, specifically to her right middle finger, and it was only getting worse.

July 21, 2009 - 9:43am

Wired Magazine - Brian Raferty - The rules changed all the time—sometimes day to day, sometimes hour to hour—and whenever he tried to recite them, people thought, "This guy is nuts."

The rules dictated when and where Scott Adams, the chief engineer of the Dilbert comic empire, was allowed to speak. He could neither control them nor predict exactly when they'd go into effect.

April 30, 2009 - 2:02pm

The Doctors, CBS  Living with Dystonia
Imagine having constant muscle spasms and not being able to stop your body from shaking uncontrollably. Alex, 27, has lived with this debilitating feeling since she was diagnosed with dystonia in 2007.

April 21, 2009 - 11:11am

By Hoda Kotb Correspondent NBC News

Imagine being a high-spirited 12-year-old boy and discovering that your body wasn't working the way it's supposed to. Watch the full segment here.