Dying swine flu victim's pleas to go to hospital ignored THREE times by paramedics Niyousha Haki was seen on three separate occasions after concerned relatives dialled 999Despite having 'grossly abnormal' temperature and elevated heart rate, they judged her symptoms to be ‘non-life threatening’She died a day later after suffering a cardiac arrest | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 4 December 2012 A young woman with swine flu died after her desperate pleas to be taken to hospital were ignored three times by paramedics.
Yes, you CAN die of a broken heart – emotional turmoil can narrow the arteries, leading to cardiac arrest | UPDATED: 15:58 GMT, 15 October 2012 It has long been claimed that people have died from a broken heart.
You really can die of a broken heart – however healthy you are | UPDATED: 22:45 GMT, 13 August 2012 Last Tuesday Marcus Ringrose was sitting at his desk responding to letters of condolence about the death of his wife, when he suffered a fatal heart attack.
Mini-Muamba! Like soccer star, toddler makes a 'miraculous' recovery after his heart stops for 39 minutes | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 9 June 2012 When his heart stopped for 39 minutes, it seemed a lifetime to Zach Hilary’s mother.
Meningitis toddler takes first steps thanks to prosthetic limb after losing leg to deadly disease'She was jet black and her whole body was blistering and bubbling' | UPDATED: 09:11 GMT, 18 May 2012 A toddler who almost died after contracting meningitis as a baby has taken her first steps – after doctors fitted her with a prosthetic leg.
Make mine a double: How an alcoholic drink or two can sharpen up your mind | UPDATED: 08:33 GMT, 11 April 2012 It is the perfect excuse to pour yourself another one – alcohol can sharpen the mind.
Can humans hibernate As a driver survives for TWO MONTHS trapped without food at -30c, this theory could transform medicine Few can fully imagine the frozen nightmare that Swedish motorist Peter Skyllberg endured for two months, trapped and slowly dying inside his ice-bound car on a remote track after it became bogged down in snow drifts last December.
Electrodes in the brain put Alyce back in the saddle: Pioneering op offers normal life to young rider who had 100 epileptic seizures a day From the time she was a toddler, Alyce Jayne Stockdale endured up to 100 epileptic seizures a day.