A young woman with Tourette’s has found a way to make her condition disappear – by breaking into song.
21-year-old Emily Carter, who was diagnosed with Tourette’s when she was just four-years-old, has found that when she sings, her condition completely disappears.
As a young teenager, Emily found that her Tourette’s – which affects one in 100 people – was so extreme that she suffered fits and was even hospitalised.
Bullied because of her tics, Emilly was a shy and unconfident child and, until she was age 15, Emilly would get her mum to talk on her behalf. But singing and performing gave her an outlet to… Read the full story