Ready, Steady, Grip: How one arthritis sufferer conquered the kitchen in spite of her crippling condition | UPDATED: 21:29 GMT, 22 September 2012 Keen cooks may aspire to chop raw ingredients with the same speed and precision as Britain’s most famous TV chefs, but for many arthritis sufferers, doing so at less than half a professional’s pace can be a gruelling challenge.
At last, a pain-free way to banish your bunion…and other cutting-edge cures for your poor, aching feet | UPDATED: 23:22 GMT, 30 July 2012 The average person walks 75,000 miles in a lifetime, or five times round the world — so it’s small wonder most of us develop painful and deforming foot problems.
Hospital cutbacks 'have left one nurse to every 18 patients': Front-line health staff put Health Secretary on the spot Jobs ‘at risk’ because of spending cuts, according to Royal College of Nursing study Community nurses among those facing the chop A total of 26,000 jobs already gone in last two yearsLansley receives frosty reception at nursing conference | UPDATED: 23:55 GMT, 14 May 2012 Nurses have told the Health Secretary they are routinely being left alone on wards caring for up to 18 patients at a time.
Worker who lost three fingers in industrial accident has them replaced with two bionic digits and a toeElectrodes within the bionic fingers read signals given by the muscles and can move independently A worker who lost three fingers in an horrific industrial accident has had them replaced with two bionic digits – and his big toe. Packager Michal Takac, 32, severed his fingers when they got stuck between two feed rollers in a machine at a printing plant.