Miscarriage conveyor belt: Women in depths of despair are treated heartlessly by NHS staff, says watchdog A report by Nice says that patients who have lost their baby are often dealt with by 'insensitive' doctors, nurses and receptionistsMany are left to wait on wards where they can hear others giving birth, according to the report | UPDATED: 23:17 GMT, 11 December 2012 Distress: Women who suffer miscarriages are often dealt with by 'insensitive' doctors, nurses and receptionists, according to a new report Women who suffer miscarriages are being treated in a heartless ‘conveyor belt’ system, according to the NHS watchdog.
As if mothers don't have enough to worry about: Boy, 4, falls over and hits his head 20 times a day due to mystery conditionDesperate mother left waiting six months for NHS specialist to see her son and diagnose condition Frankie needs to carried to bed and has to sit in a pushchair when going out for his own safety | UPDATED: 11:18 GMT, 11 May 2012 Being a mother is hard enough at the best of times.
Will the Meth-heads never learn New before-and-after images of US addicts reveal the devastating effects of drug epidemic. Many of them are already lost to the powerful and tragic effects of drug addiction.
How I learned to love the She Wolf: Simpson's actor Harry Shearer reveals the secrets of coping with 'his wife's severe depression' | UPDATED: 11:22 GMT, 29 April 2012 Some of the world’s most famous comics have harboured a melancholic streak, from Peter Sellers to Tony Hancock.
Two teachers caught taunting disabled boy, 10, as “gross” and “disgusting” after his mother bugged his wheelchair with recording device. Two Alabama teachers were caught cruelly taunting and abusing a 10-year-old boy who has celebral palsy after the boy’s mother attached an audio recorder to his wheelchair.
The suicide forest of Japan: Mount Fuji beauty spot where up to 100 bodies are found every year.Warning: Graphic images!
Father”s outrage as TSA subjects his wheelchair-bound three-year-old son to humiliating search… on his way to Disney