Doctors save man's life by using neat alcohol to give him a HEART ATTACK Ronald, 77, suffering from a life-threatening disturbance to heart rhythmNeat alcohol injected into artery to destroy heart muscle causing the problemPatient was well enough to leave hospital three days later | UPDATED: 11:20 GMT, 24 December 2012 Doctors have saved a patient's life by killing off part of his heart with neat alcohol.
At last, a reason to avoid them! Too many sprouts could land you in hospital Brussels sprouts are rich in vitamin K, which can interfere with blood thinning medicationThis interaction led to one man from Ayrshire being hospitalised after his condition dramatically worsened | UPDATED: 11:56 GMT, 21 December 2012 They are famed for their impressive ability to produce wind.
How an apple a day could keep the cardiologist away – by lowering 'bad' cholesterol Daily fruit lowered 'bad' cholesterol in the blood by 40% in middle-aged adults Apples were found to be more effective than a supplement containing an antioxidant found in the fruit PUBLISHED: 08:40 GMT, 3 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:15 GMT, 3 October 2012 A new study suggests that eating apples each day could significantly improve the heart health of middle-aged adults in just one month.
Former Great Ormond Street cardiologist struck off register for sexually molesting boys as young as 10 Tribunal says that top child doctor wrote a love letter to a teenagerAccused of caressing a boy and telling him it was 'normal behaviour' in EuropeProfessor strongly denies allegations | UPDATED: 16:44 GMT, 25 September 2012 Shocking: Philipp Bonhoeffer was dismissed from the hospital in May 2010 after accusations that he had abused boys for 15 years An eminent former cardiologist at Great Ormond Street children's hospital has been struck off the medical register after he was found guilty of molesting boys as young as ten.
'We felt like third world parents begging for our child's life': Family of heart failure baby tell how they were treated with 'utter contempt' at hospital where girl diedNurses were too busy to regular check patients two nights before infant died One-year-old Hayley was 'overlooked and neglected' Doctors were 'arrogant and unprofessional' Parents were repeatedly told there was 'nothing to worry about'Hospital apologises for not requesting treatment on Hayley soon enoughWhen family expressed concerns doctor treated them with 'utter contempt' | UPDATED: 18:46 GMT, 1 May 2012 Paula Stevenson, seen here with a picture of her baby girl Hayley, describe her daughter's treatment at Birmingham Children's Hospital as 'brutal' The family of a seriously-ill baby who died of heart failure have told how 'arrogant' medics made them feel like 'third world parents begging for their child's life' when they raised concerns about her welfare.
“He is speaking”: Fabrice Muamba utters his first words and recognises family as fellow Premiership stars visit footballer in hospitalBolton Wanderers confirm footballer is breathing independently and responding to questions