Anaesthetist "slept in a chair" as patient lay on operating table giving birth during major surgery

Anaesthetist 'slept in a chair' as patient lay on operating table giving birth during major surgeryDr Rajat Banerjee was in another room with arms folded and head on chest Had given patient spinal injection before a caesarean was carried outFell asleep on another occasion after claiming to be 'unwell', hearing told Denies misconduct charges at Medical Practitioner's Tribunal Service By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 15:40 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 21 March 2013 Accused: A disciplinary hearing was told Dr Rajat Banerjee was seen 'asleep in a chair' after giving a patient a spinal injection during a major operation An anaesthetist slept in a chair as his patient lay on the operating table giving birth, a hearing was told.

Diabetes: Hate the gym? Don"t worry – you could avoid it by getting up to chat to a colleague

Forget the gym: You could avoid diabetes by getting up to chat to a colleagueCutting the time people spend sitting down by 90 minutes a day could reduce Type 2 diabetes riskScientists in Leicester suggest physical activity advice should be amended as a consequence By Jenny Hope and Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 14:03 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:03 GMT, 28 February 2013 Being less sedentary all the time could be more beneficial than going to the gym, claim scientists Forget the gym – getting up from your desk to chat to a colleague a few times a day may be all that is required to prevent Type 2 diabetes.

Just one sick person in the office means HALF of the communal surfaces are contaminated by lunchtime

Just one sick person in the office means HALF of the communal surfaces are contaminated by lunchtime Some of the likeliest germ hotspots include doorknobs, photocopier and lift buttons and the office fridgeEmployees far more likely to get ill from touching surfaces rather than someone sneezing near themBut simple interventions such as hand washing, wipes and hand gel can drastically reduce the risk of infection By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 15:57 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:43 GMT, 1 February 2013 We've all had that sinking feeling when a stoic colleague turns up to work coughing and sneezing.

Man who had massive cardiac arrest saved after work colleague jump-started his heart by FALLING on him

Man who had massive cardiac arrest saved by 15st work colleague who jump-started his heart by FALLING on him Engineer Kevin, keeled over after suffering a massive heart attack Colleague Martin fell heavily on to Kevin's chest after trying to stop him sliding off his chairParamedics said this vital punch re-started Kevin's heart.

Sarah Catt: Eight years for the cheating wife who used drugs bought online to abort baby TWO days before it was due to be born

Eight years for the cheating wife who used drugs bought online to abort baby TWO days before it was due to be born Sarah Catt, 35, aborted her unborn baby “in the final stages of pregnancy”She admitted administering poison with intent to procure a miscarriageShe was jailed for eight years by a judge at Leeds Crown Court.Convicted: Sarah Catt (front), who aborted her own baby within a week of his due date, was sentenced to eight years in prison by a judge at Leeds Crown Court A MARRIED woman who aborted her baby in the final week of pregnancy following an affair with a work colleague was jailed for eight years yesterday.

"Chemo brain" DOES exist, finds study of breast cancer patients

'Chemo brain' DOES exist, finds study of breast cancer patients Chemo brain refers to mental fogginess experienced by many cancer patients during and after chemotherapyReview found patients performed worse on verbal and visual tests if they had the drug treatment | UPDATED: 15:22 GMT, 5 September 2012 Cancer patients have long joked and complained about the mental fogginess that can descend during and after treatment.