Woman, 42, bled to death after routine back op in hospital where staff had warned bosses about "grave risks to patients"

Woman, 42, bled to death after routine back op in hospital where staff had warned bosses about 'grave risks to patients' Andrea Green died hours after the operation at Barnsley District Hospital Post-mortem report listed cause of death as internal bleeding It later emerged she may not have needed the surgery after allStaff had already warned about 'extreme pressure and stress' in department By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 11:17 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 23:22 GMT, 22 February 2013 Andrea Green bled to death after a routine back operation she may not actually have needed A fit and healthy woman bled to death after having routine surgery for a back pain.

The weight-loss boarding school where students can shed nearly 100lbs A TERM

The weight-loss boarding school where students can shed nearly 100lbs A TERMJason, 16, who started at academy in September lost 93lbs by this ChristmasPupils have counselling and fitness and cookery classes alongside normal lessonsSlimming school is latest weapon in U.S battles against obesity | UPDATED: 09:44 GMT, 25 December 2012 When Jason Alexander started boarding school in September he weighed a massive 23st.

Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre home

Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre homeLisa and Wayne Badger bought Diddy the pony for their two children Kept him in cramped shed with no natural light and fed it on vegetablesBanned from owning animals for ten years and fined £1,150

Hunter Spanjer: Nebraska school tells deaf student, 3, to use a new hand sign for his name as it looks like a gun

School tells 3-year-old deaf student named Hunter to use a new hand sign for his name as it looks like a gun .2 A school district has demanded a three-year-old deaf student named Hunter use a different hand sign for his name as the current gesture resembles a gun, his parents have claimed.

Boss of first privately run NHS hospital

Boss of first privately run NHS hospital says its model is key for best patient care The company that runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital is 'co-owned' by its workers and clinicians | UPDATED: 16:52 GMT, 1 August 2012 The chief executive of the first private company to take charge of an NHS district general hospital today said he would like to see the model extended across the health service in England.

Anthony Sanchez filmed whipping his son during game of catch arrested for child abuse

Man filmed whipping his son during game of catch arrested for child abuse. A California water agency director has been arrested on suspicion of felony child abuse after a neighbour shot and posted an online video of him whipping his stepson with a belt while playing catch.

Man, 20, who thought he had common cold is diagnosed with incurable rare disease than means hes unlikely to live to 30

Man, 20, who thought he had common cold is diagnosed with lung-damaging disease he will battle for life David was misdiagnosed with flu, pneumonia, meningitis and tuberculosis | UPDATED: 15:06 GMT, 11 April 2012 Early symptoms of Wegener's granulomatosis are similar to the common cold A young man who thought he had a common cold had in fact contracted a rare and incurable disease and now has just a 20 per cent chance of living beyond the age of thirty.