Cancer deaths will 'fall by 17% by 2030' as treatment improves and people stop smokingDeath rates set to drop from 170 to 142 per 100,000Ovarian and breast cancer expected to fall the mostBut oral and liver forms of the disease set to rise | UPDATED: 01:01 GMT, 25 September 2012 Death rates from cancer in the UK are set to fall by almost 17 per cent by 2030, experts predict.
“I just got tired of always changing the sheets”: Military mom, 21, “let her toddler die because she was too depressed about her husband”s deployment”Tiffany Klapheke, 21, charged with three felony counts of injury to a child after her 22-month-old daughter diedAutopsy found daughter lacked basic care and was dehydrated and covered in chemical burnsAt time of death, child weighed only 17.5 poundsKlapheke admitted that she should have taken better care of her daughter
Mother's meningitis diary reveals how her healthy daughter was ravaged by the illness in just four hours Erica would have died if she hadn't called out for a glass of water in the night she fell illDoctors tell her parents she had been just three hours from death PUBLISHED: 12:42 GMT, 22 August 2012 | UPDATED: 12:42 GMT, 22 August 2012 A mother has released a chilling photo diary revealing how meningitis took her perfectly-healthy toddler to the brink of death – in just four hours.
Why drinking red wine helps keep pensioners steady on their feet | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 19 August 2012 Recommended: Drinking red wine in old age could improve brittle bones Red wine isn’t usually associated with being steady on your feet.
Heart of oaks: One farmer”s growing love for his late wife is clear from glade in memorial meadow he planted Bereft Winston Howes planted the sapling oaks 17 years ago Trees have grown into a glorious meadow with a heart pointing towards his late wife”s childhood homeTribute had been a family secret until balloonist photographed it from the air
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A fight to the death: The lawyer who has dedicated his life to campaigning against capital punishment | UPDATED: 22:37 GMT, 7 July 2012 INJUSTICE: LIFE AND DEATH IN THE COURTROOMS OF AMERICA by Clive Stafford Smith Harvill Secker 18.99 ☎ 16.99 inc p&p Mission in life: Lawyer Clive Stafford Smith defends prisoners on Death Row Aged ten, Clive Stafford Smith saw a picture of Joan of Arc being burnt at the stake.
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Schoolboy, 6, with fear of loud noises 'died' for 33 minutes after thunderstorm triggered heart attack Callum Bryan's heart stopped due to adrenaline rush caused by fear He was put in medically induced coma for five days to help his body recover from the trauma | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 13 June 2012 A six-year-old boy with a fear of loud noises 'died' for more than half an hour after a 'petrifying' thunderstorm triggered a heart attack.
I knew it wasn’t tulips or cheese in that suitcase. They were going to kill my son