Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov has acute leukaemia

Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov is suffering from acute leukaemia Acute leukaemia is an aggressive cancer of the white blood cells | UPDATED: 15:25 GMT, 30 March 2012 Cherished player: Stillian Petrov has captained Aston Villa since 2009 Football has been rocked by a third shock illness to a player within just two weeks after Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov was diagnosed with acute leukaemia.

Baby becomes youngest person ever to have open heart surgery at 17-and-a-half hours old

Baby becomes youngest person ever to have open heart surgery at 17-and-a-half hours old. Jasmine Carr given just a 15% chance of survival before operation

Stepping Hill hospital: Police arrest male nurse, 46, at hospital where saline poisoning patients died

Police arrest male nurse, 46, at hospital where saline poisoning patients died Stepping Hill hospital in Stockport centre of investigation since July 2011 A 46-year-old male nurse has been arrested by Greater Manchester Police investigating the poisoning of patients at Stepping Hill Hospital. The arrest came as it emerged that the death of an 82-year-old man on New Year's Eve is also now being investigated as his medicines were contaminated. His is now the fourth death being investigated by police working on the inquiry

Vinnie Jones urges public to perform CPR to beat of Bee Gees classic "Stayin Alive"

Football hard man Vinnie Jones urges public to perform CPR to beat of Bee Gees classic 'Stayin Alive' Mouth to mouth often ineffective while chest compressions are crucial, say heart experts Giving the kiss of life may actually hinder a patient’s survival, experts warn. They say that mouth-to-mouth is often ineffective and gets in the way of the crucial chest compression’s need to keep the victim’s heart beating. And according to the British Heart Foundation, the sheer thought of having to blow into someone’s mouth puts many of us off from even attempting resuscitation

Is the kiss of life actually dangerous? British Heart Foundation say it may hinder patient"s survival

Is the kiss of life actually dangerous British Heart Foundation say it may hinder patient's survival Public should concentrate on giving 'hard and fast' chest compressions to Stayin Alive by the Bee Gees Giving the kiss of life may actually hinder a patient’s survival, experts warn They say that mouth-to-mouth is often ineffective and gets in the way of the crucial chest compression’s need to keep the victim’s heart beating. And according to the British Heart Foundation, the sheer thought of having to blow into someone’s mouth puts many of us off from even attempting resuscitation