Husband a right old grump? it could be Asperger"s: Thousands have it without realising

Husband a right old grump He could be one of thousands who have Asperger's without realisingAsperger’s is a ‘high-functioning’ form of autism where sufferers often have very high IQs | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 5 June 2012 When martial arts teacher Sandra Beale-Ellis discovered one of the children in her class had Asperger’s syndrome, she set out to discover more about the condition.

Why a daily aspirin could have saved Bee Gee Robin: Breakthrough for families living with "death sentence" bowel cancer gene

Why a daily aspirin could have saved Bee Gee Robin: Breakthrough for families living with 'death sentence' bowel cancer gene | UPDATED: 22:16 GMT, 2 June 2012 Tributes are still pouring in for Robin Gibb, one of the world’s finest singer/songwriters, who died last month aged 62.

Tony Marohn: Family fighting Coca-Cola for $130M after father bought box with old stock certificate for $5

A California family claims it is owed a $130million stake inCoca-Cola Co after their father bought an antique stock certificate in 2008 for a mere $5. Tony Marohn spent the final year of his life battling the beverage company after tracing the Palmer Union Oil Co certificate to Coca-Cola.

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sister

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sisterLoss of little Katy's smile alerted her mother to spectre of illnessBaby Scarlet brings the cancer-stricken schoolgirl happiness Family seek radical help from Australia to save their daughter A heavily pregnant mother took the heartbreaking decision to induce her child early so that her unborn daughter could meet her dying older sister. Paula Holmes, from Penwortham, near Preston, Lancashire, asked doctors to deliver baby Scarlet three weeks early to allow cancer-stricken Katy the chance to meet her little sister