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Seven years ago Beth, woke up to discover she couldn't hear anything.
But the tablets Beth had been prescribed didn't seem to be making a difference, so Aimee persuaded her to visit the doctor once more, and this time demand a blood test.
PDSA senior vet Lianne O'Brien said: "We warned Beth's owners that it would be a risky operation but thankfully everything went well and Beth has gone on to make a full recovery.
Towards the end of last year, Beth had been feeling tired and was struggling to stay alert.
Having experienced and observed that Christians are not immune to the struggle with emotional and mental issues, Beth pursued scriptural solutions to these problems.
As a result of her continuing professionalism and dedication, Beth is a member of the Golden Key Society, the National Association of Nurse Massage Therapy and the Holistic Nurses Association.
I suggested an 80s theme because Beth is a real 80s girl.
However, when Beth sets them straight and Kirk walks into the room, their faces fall in unmasked disappointment.
Beth, a singer-songwriter from Sedgley, has already supported artists, including The Saturdays Greatest Hits Arena Tour, Conor Maynard, Katy B and Duke Dumont and is using her new profile to visit colleges in the area to speak to students about cyber bullying.
Talented Beth became a literary sensation after she penned a romance story in her bedroom as she studied for her A-levels.
It was as if Beth Ward had unchained the hopelessness of addiction, the cruelty of institutionalized racism and the despair of government-approved poverty, and allowed them to attack me all at once.
OLYMPIC bronze medal winner Beth Tweddle brought her new gymnastics programme to Anglesey at the weekend.
DANCING On Ice skater Dan Whiston today revealed why he could score a hattrick with partner Beth Tweddle.