Judge derails plans to close children"s heart surgery unit, slamming the "secretive" approach of NHS bosses

Judge derails plans to close children's heart surgery unit, slamming the 'secretive' approach of NHS bosses Decision to close centre at Leeds General Infirmary ruled as 'legally flawed'Mrs Justice Davies agreed that decision-making process was unfair Details of how an expert panel marked individual hospitals were kept secretBut decision does not mean hospital is definitely safe, warn campaigners By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 15:42 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:47 GMT, 7 March 2013 Mrs Justice Davies said plans to close a children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary were unfair and legally flawed A High Court judge has derailed controversial plans to close a children’s heart surgery unit because of the ‘secretive’ approach of NHS chiefs.

Father was sent home from hospital with pain killers after doctors failed to spot he had a BROKEN NECK

Father sent home from hospital with pain killers after doctors failed to spot he has a BROKEN NECK Doctors sent Darren home saying he had a 'trapped nerve'He returned to hospital five days after he was sent home suffering with pins and needles and numbness in his armsHe was diagnosed with a broken neck and has been told he cannot work for at least three months PUBLISHED: 14:18 GMT, 22 August 2012 | UPDATED: 14:18 GMT, 22 August 2012 A father was sent home from hospital with pain killers after doctors failed to spot he had a broken neck.

London Olympics 2012: McDonald’s force Olympics bosses to ban all restaurants from selling chips unless with FISH

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Claire Lomas: Paralysed woman completes London Marathon in bionic suit

Give Claire a medal! Tim Henman leads calls for organisers to reward paralysed marathon ace who finished Marathon in 16 days… as she raises 130,000£ for charity

International survey finds nurses in England feel worse about their jobs than all the other countries (except recession hit Greece)

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Fabrice Muamba latest news update: Bolton player utters 1st words since he collapsed

“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

PIP breast implants: French government tells 30k women "have them removed"

Just hours after UK health chiefs say controversial breast implants are safe, French government tells 30,000 women “have them removed” British health official accuses French government of causing “unnecessary alarm”French officials say they will cover the cost of implant removal.

Heart attack mother who lives two doors from ambulance station has to ask friend to drive her to hospital after waiting 45 minutes for paramedics

Heart attack mother who lives two doors from ambulance station had to ask friend to drive her to hospital after waiting 45 minutes for paramedics Louise Lewis, 36, could see two ambulances from her living room windowMother-of-two was too weak to walk as she was suffering a heart attackFriend eventually drove her to hospital when paramedics failed to arrive Paramedics kept Louise Lewis (pictured) waiting for 45 minutes while she suffered a heart attack… even though she lives next to an ambulance station A mother suffering a heart attack was kept waiting for 45 minutes by paramedics even though she lives just two doors away from an ambulance station.