Toddler, 3, saves mother's life by calling his gran despite never using a phone beforeLittle Aaron Green managed to call for help when his mother had a diabetic seizureDespite never having used a mobile before, doctors say his quick thinking saved his mother Cally's life She says: 'I want everyone to know what a Superman he is' | UPDATED: 16:25 GMT, 5 December 2012 Little hero: Aaron Green, 3, managed to save his mums life by calling for help using her mobile phone, despite having never used one before A three-year-old boy saved his mother’s life by calling for help using her mobile phone – despite having never used one before.
Patients with sympathetic doctors are more likely to have a better outcome and fewer complications Researchers found a link between a physician's empathy for their patient's condition and the patient's outcomes The study was done by Thomas Jefferson University and Italian researchersThe relationship between diabetic patients and their physicians in Parma, Italy were evaluatedThe results support the beneficial effects of empathy in patient care | UPDATED: 19:33 GMT, 11 September 2012 Patients with more sympathetic, understanding doctors have better outcomes and fewer complications, new research suggests.
Diabetic mother, 55, died in hospital after nurse's 'gross failure' to check her dangerously low blood sugar levels Mrs Pitt admitted herself to hospital when she realised her glucose levels were very lowCoroner says nurse failed to provide basic medical treatment'My wife deserved far better,' says distraught husband of 35 years | UPDATED: 15:07 GMT, 25 June 2012 Diabetic Margaret Pitt, 55, suffered irreversible brain damage in November 2010 after medics at Alexandra Hospital, in Redditch, Worcestershire, failed to monitor her blood sugar levels A diabetic mother-of-three died after doctors forgot to check her blood sugar levels – days after she was admitted to hospital with dangerously low glucose levels.
Calls for simple health checks as diabetes care reaches 'state of crisis' as sufferers are failing to get even basic care | UPDATED: 06:43 GMT, 14 May 2012 Simple health steps could help stave off the health risks of diabetes as a new report warns care for the potentially life-threatening condition in England is in a 'state of crisis'.
An oxygen chamber ended this woman's agony – so why is the NHS hellbent on axing them | UPDATED: 11:21 GMT, 19 March 2012 Novelist Jae De Wylde is no longer eligible for treatment For Jae De Wylde, unrelenting pain was an unwelcome part of life.
A woman’s best friend: Diabetic mother reveals how her cocker spaniel has saved her life FOUR TIMES. A severely diabetic mum told how her life has been saved four times by her cocker spaniel – Scotland’s first blood sugar sniffer dog.