"I want to die": Paralysed bank manager Grace Sung Eun Lee"s plea to doctors

'I want to die': Paralysed bank manager with terminal brain cancer pleads with doctors – but her Christian parents refuse to remove her breathing tubesGrace Sung Eun Lee, 28, is paralysed from neck down after brain tumour led to seizure Currently on breathing tubes and told her parents that she wants to dieHer parents, originally from South Korea, are deeply religious and think that allowing her to die is suicide, a sin | UPDATED: 19:15 GMT, 4 October 2012 A terminally ill bank manager with brain cancer has made her last wishes clear – she wants to die.

Help save our daughter: Parents" pleas to raise 150,000 to save their little girl with the one-in-a-million form of liver cancer

Parents' need to raise 150,000 in 18 days to save daughter with a one-in-a-million form of liver cancer Parents have partly remortgaged their home to raise money for operation | UPDATED: 13:06 GMT, 26 June 2012 Sophie Roberts was first diagnosed with cancer in June 2011 The parents of a two-year-old girl who has liver cancer have just 18 days to raise 152,000 for a life-saving operation.

Church warden found dead in bath by vicar after overdose of Viagra-style pills

Church warden found dead in bath by vicar after killing himself with overdose of Viagra pills Condoms, lubricant, disposable latex gloves, canes and towels found at Dr Martin Rowe's houseInquest heard he took hundreds of times the normal dose of the prescription drug | UPDATED: 19:16 GMT, 31 May 2012 A church warden found dead in a bath by the vicar of the church where he volunteered had killed himself by taking a 'massive' sex drug overdose, an inquest heard.

A nation addicted to statins: We would rather pop a pill than live a healthy life, warns Oxford University professor

A nation addicted to statins: We would rather pop a pill than live a healthy life, warns Oxford University professor By Julian Gavaghan PUBLISHED: 18:26 GMT, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:31 GMT, 14 March 2012 Britain is at risk of becoming a nation addicted to medicine where people would rather pop a pill than live a healthy lifestyle, an Oxford University academic has warned.

Blood donors turned away due to new safety ruling that bans nurses from tapping skin to raise vein

Blood donors turned away due to new safety ruling that bans nurses from tapping skin to raise veinSarah Midwinter, a donor of 30 years, was turned awaySkin cannot be touched once it has been cleaned in case infection is spread in non-clinical environments Incident sparks concern over shortage of donors Sarah Midwinter was told that skin tapping is now banned in non-clinical environments A woman, who has given blood for 30 years, was stunned when she was turned away from a donor session because of a new safety ruling.

Walking starves off dementia as well as toning your behind

From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner What nicer way could there be to work off the excesses of Christmas than a walk Research shows the festive break is the most popular time for rambling. But while many of us think walking is ‘cheating’, a growing body of evidence suggests that it’s actually one of the best forms of exercise for both body and brain. So if you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution you can stick to, here the experts reveal what walking could do for you…

From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner

From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner What nicer way could there be to work off the excesses of Christmas than a walk Research shows the festive break is the most popular time for rambling. But while many of us think walking is ‘cheating’, a growing body of evidence suggests that it’s actually one of the best forms of exercise for both body and brain.

Maya Joseph: Disabled dwarf "healed by a church leader Rev George Booty"

Disabled dwarf “healed by church leader”s miracle touch” after spending 10 years in a wheelchairMaya Joseph claims it took Rev George Booty just minutes to “cure” her at St George”s in Milton Keynes A disabled dwarf who spent ten years in a wheelchair claims she has been miraculously “healed” by a church leader”s touch.

Sarah Bradbury who gave birth to "miracle baby" after eight miscarriages dies

Woman who gave birth to “miracle baby” after eight miscarriages dies after collapsing at Christmas service A mother who suffered eight miscarriages before giving birth to a “miracle” baby boy has died after collapsing at a Christmas church service. Tragic Sarah Bradbury, 30, from Portland, Dorset, suddenly fell ill as she told her Catholic priest how well her premature son Joseph was doing during a private confession