Dozens of abortions carried out on foetuses with minor imperfections such as cleft lip or club foot New research finds 157 foetuses aborted in three years for cleft lipFurther 205 aborted for club foot according to European monitoring groupBut only fraction of these show up on official recordsDepartment of Health admit there may be 'discrepancies' in their figures By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 15:02 GMT, 3 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:14 GMT, 4 February 2013 Foetuses are being aborted for minor and treatable imperfections such as cleft lip and palate or club foot every year in the UK.
Howzat Former England batsman claims MISTLETOE injections cured cancer that should have killed him five years agoTreatment has been widely used in Europe – particularly in GermanyChristmassy plant may contain compounds that affect leukaemia cells There is still scepticism in the UK, however | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 25 September 2012 Miraculous recovery: Ex-England batsman John Edrich claims he recovered from cancer thanks to extracts of mistletoe A former international cricketer who was diagnosed with a rare and incurable form of leukaemia claims scientists saved his life using mistletoe.
Could the OMG diet craze put young girls in danger Fears teenagers could be at risk from eating disordersSelf-published book has knocked the Dukan Diet from the top of the bestseller listCritics warn the word-of-mouth hit cynically targets impressionable teenagers | UPDATED: 07:04 GMT, 2 July 2012 It is the latest diet fad, urging weight watchers to soak in ice-cold baths, give up fruit and gulp down black coffee before exercise.
Hidden in your blood, the 'liquid gold' that saves cancer patients | UPDATED: 00:51 GMT, 24 April 2012 Simon Wilson prayed silently as the first drop of liquid gold trickled down the intravenous tube and into his wife’s chest.
The one-off jab that could stop the most common cause of age-related blindness in elderly | UPDATED: 22:57 GMT, 8 April 2012 A chemical that will stop people from developing the most serious form of age-related macular degeneration has been found by scientists.
You may have the world at your feet, but that don't stop the corns from hurting High heels have caused painful-looking corns on Naomi Campbell's feet Every time I watch famous actresses and singers waft down the red carpet sporting glamorous gowns, I think of the terribly witty Sally Rogers, played by Rose Marie, in the Dick Van Dyke Show.