Are you a Trend-Hunter, a Lone Raider or a Family Pack: The three main types of shoppers hitting the Black Friday sales | UPDATED: 17:24 GMT, 23 November 2012 The prospect of hitting the shops after a huge Thanksgiving dinner might sound like hell to many people.
Diabetes cases to soar by 700,000 as obesity epidemic takes its toll Around 3.7 million people in Britain have diabetes.
Chub class: Wider airline seat for fat flyers who will get an extra two inches…but slimmer travellers lose space
Woman, 36, who lost mother to brain cancer creates breathtaking fantasy land photo series in her memoryKirsty Mitchell”s Wonderland series has been three years in the makingAll costumes, wigs and sets were constructed on a shoestring budgetSome images took up to five months to create She would often wait an entire year to find the perfect natural setting for her shots
Stop Occupying my wedding! Moment furious bride was caught up in anti-NATO protests as Chicago locks down for conferenceAt least 18 arrests made over the weekend in ChicagoPolice in riot gear surround downtown areaReverend Jesse Jackson appeals to protesters for “non-violence”
Will my GP's hospital referral be accepted | UPDATED: 21:07 GMT, 31 March 2012 There was an outcry last month when it was revealed that some NHS Trusts are denying operations and procedures to smokers or those who are obese.
15bn lawyers' bill for NHS blunders: Avalanche of no-win, no-fee claims push costs up 13%Health Service sets aside 15.7bn to deal with 'no-win, no-fee' claimsCompensation claims cost NHS more as one third of money paid out goes straight to lawyers An avalanche of claims against doctors has left the Health Service with a 15.7billion bill.
NHS patients to be given full access to medical records within the next three years Patients will be given full online access to their medical records within three years, under government backed proposals.