The bedroom battleground: Four in ten snorers argue with their partner over the noise while a quarter don't share a bed Some 41% of snorers engage in regular night-time tussles with partnersMore than half of people have never tried anything to tackle the problemAround one quarter of women and four in ten men are frequent snorers By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 00:25 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:25 GMT, 22 April 2013 Bedtime should be a blissful part of any happy couple’s day, the bedroom a safe haven where partners snuggle up before drifting into a peaceful night’s sleep.
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Three-year-old girl dies of dehydration after locum doctor sent her home from A&E without carrying out basic testsMylee Ward, who had a rare brain disorder, was laid across chairs instead of a bed by Dr Mushfikur RahmanThe locum doctor at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, in Derbyshire, then failed to carry out 'basic tests' an inquest has heardNext day she was found unconscious in her playpen and pronounced dead By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 10:39 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 15 February 2013 A girl of three died of dehydration after a locum doctor in a casualty unit sent her home without doing basic tests that would have saved her life, an inquest was told.
Wildlife presenter and father of eight Terry Nutkins, 66, dies after nine-month battle with leukemiaThe father of eight and grandfather of eight died in Scotland yesterdayHe had presented The Really Wild Show, Animal Magic and other wildlife TVHis love of animals was confirmed when as a child he would bunk off school and climb over the fence of London Zoo Tributes from the world of television have flooded in for the much-loved broadcaster”His enthusiasm and genuine love of animals will have inspired generations of children throughout the country,” BBC said
'Out of nowhere I was deaf': How thousands are losing their hearing without warning | UPDATED: 23:16 GMT, 23 July 2012 As Chris Cooper switched on the car ignition to begin his half-hour journey home, a loud, unexplained humming began in his ears.
Prostate cancer protein discovered by scientists could lead to new tests and treatments The protein is found in aggressive forms of the cancerScientist believe they can use the protein as a marker, providing a potential new target for drug treatment | UPDATED: 23:10 GMT, 29 May 2012 A prostate cancer protein has been identified that could lead to new diagnostic tests and treatments.
Wildlife presenter Chris Packham under the microscope: My fear of honey | UPDATED: 21:42 GMT, 7 May 2012 Nature expert Chris Packham, 50, takes our health quiz…
Unnecessary prescriptions 'are costing NHS more than 8MILLION a year' Reducing unnecessary prescriptions could help battle the growing problem of antibiotic resistance Scientists from Cardiff University found GPs were over-prescribing antibiotics, which could be tackled with training Unnecessary prescriptions for antibiotics could be costing GP practices as much as 8.4million a year, according to a new study.
Now that’s something to smile about! Toddler gives first ever grin after doctors remove infected birthmark from her lip